Engineering Technician II - Lead Project Inspector

$38,516 - $67,404 yearly
  • NC Department of Transportation
  • 558 Gillespie St., Fayetteville, NC 28301, USA
  • Jul 09, 2024
Full time Biking, Walking, and Mobility Engineering Roads, Streets, and Sidewalks

Job Description

How to Apply
You MUST apply at https://tinyurl.com/mwmuahnm by July 29.
 
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The Challenge
We are looking for a skilled Engineering Technician to join our Southern Ave Engineering team as a lead project inspector serving Cumberland and Harnett counties.
 
In this role, you will:
    • Be a lead project inspector conducting independent complex inspections of structure and roadway items for project construction.
    • Review safety- and environmental-related items.
    • Supervise junior inspectors performing routine and moderately complex inspections of roadway and structure construction processes and materials to assure compliance with contract agreements, standards, and specifications.
 
What You Bring
    • Knowledge and understanding of NCDOT highway and bridge construction.
    • Knowledge and understanding of contracts, plans, standards, and specifications.
    • Working knowledge and skills using computers, software, and math functions.
    • Experience performing inspections, sampling, and materials testing (concrete, asphalt density) to ensure compliance with NCDOT specifications.
    • Working knowledge of pay record book entries and material received reports.
    • Ability to evaluate and apply engineering judgement to plan interpretations.
    • Communications skills to establish and maintain positive communications between technicians, engineers, contractors, and the public.
    • Agility to traverse rough terrain in evaluation of highway construction.
    • You apply a safety philosophy and program to all operations.
    • Ability to work in close proximity of high volumes of traffic and heavy construction equipment.
    • Attention to detail to accurately maintain daily records of work accomplished.
    • Ability to safely drive a State vehicle.
    • Safety toe shoes.
 
Education & Experience
    • Associate's degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Survey Technology, or a related field, and
    • 2+ years relevant technician-level experience; or
    • An equivalent combination of training and experience.
 
Questions?
Call me: Angela Evans at (910) 364-0608.
 
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