Work primarily on active construction sites to perform observation, documentation, and material testing of earthwork, asphalt, foundations, reinforced concrete, masonry, and/or structural steel.
Prepare daily field reports, including summaries of test results, field sketches, and photographs using software such as Word, Excel, and Adobe.
Daily communication with site contractors, project managers, and other technicians.
Work Environment: Regular exposure to ALL outside weather conditions, moderate to loud noise conditions, exposure to heights.
Some weekend, evening, and overtime work required; overnight travel may be required with this position.
A minimum of a high school diploma or AA/AS degree
3 to 8 years' relevant experience
Nuclear gauge certification and/or
ACI Grade I certification and/or
NECEPT certifications (or ability to obtain)
Preferred: One or more ICC certifications in Reinforced Concrete, Structural Masonry, Structural Steel (Bolting), and/or Spray-On Fireproofing (or experience/ability to obtain)
Preferred: NJDCA and/or Philadelphia L&I-approved Special Inspector (SI) status (or experience/ability to obtain)
Basic math skills, strong oral and written communication skills (English)
Ability to read drawings, follow directions, and interpret engineering and construction plans
Ability to work outside as noted, walk on uneven ground, and carry up to 75-pound equipment
Valid Driver's License with a clean driving record
Drug testing may be required