• Structural Inspector

    Location US-NY-New York | US-NY-Westchester
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Engineering - Facilities
  • Overview

    CHA Consulting, Inc. is currently seeking a Structural Inspector to perform inspections of underground electrical distribution structures, such as vaults, manholes, and service boxes throughout New York City and Westchester County.  This project is expected to begin in Fall 2018. 


    The Structural Inspector will be responsible for detailed visual inspections of the underground facilities in accordance client standards.  The inspector will be responsible for identifying and classifying various structural defects in steel, concrete and masonry construction; as well as overall structure deficiencies such as excessive settlement and collapse.  The inspector will complete and submit daily inspection reports, and interact daily with client/contractor personnel.


    • 5 years of related inspection experience required.
    • ACI Concrete certification or the ability to obtain upon hire required. 
    • Must have excellent communication skills.
    • Must be able to work independently.
    • Must be able to interpret construction plans and contracts.
    • Must show strong computer skills and be able to write concise daily reports.
    • Must be a proactive individual to identify problems, and work effectively with the Resident Engineer to seek resolution.
    • Must be able to work outdoors in different weather conditions.
    • Must be able to stand for long periods of time, walk through rough terrain, safely navigate construction sites, and enter applicable underground structures.
    • Must have a valid US driver’s license.
    • Must have dependable transportation. 

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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