Job Opportunities

 

7/23/14

Code Enforcement Office, Oak Island

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Job Title: Code Enforcement Officer
Salary Range: $35,356 - $52,327
Status: Full Time
Application Deadline: Applications Accepted Until Filled

 

Town Of Oak Island Website

www.oakislandnc.com 

 

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7/21/14

Durham City County Chief Electrical inspector

 

Chief City-County Codes Inspector (Electrical)

(Durham City-County Inspections Department)

Refer to the “City Jobs” section of Durham’s website at www.durhamnc.gov for job description, requirements, salary, closing date, and application for employment.  Individuals selected for conditional offers of employment must pass the City of Durham physical examination including drug and alcohol testing.  A background check and driver’s history check are conducted for applicants applying for jobs requiring a valid North Carolina Driver’s License and/or CDL.  “This Agency Seeks Diversity in the Workplace”.   The City of Durham is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

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2/11/14

Durham City-County Codes Inspector (Electrical) - #792

City/County Inspections (City Hall)

Hours: Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Hiring Range: $41,071.00 - $53,393.00

Closing Date: 03/07/2014

http://durhamnc.gov/ich/as/hr/Pages/city_jobs.aspx

 

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2/5 /14

Alamance County Code Inspector III (Electrical)

Graham, NC

  http://alamance.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-544153.html

 

 

 

 

11/17/2013

 

NC Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC)

 

Executive Director Position Available

 

 

 

(9/ 18/13)

Three positions for City of Greensboro, Electrical, Mechanical and Pluming Inspectors

 

Position # 2355

Inspector Trades (Plumbing)

Engineering & Inspections

Hiring Salary Range: $38,746 – $51,661

Closing Date: 9/30/2013

Work Schedule/Requirements:  Mon - Fri 8 hours per day (8am-5pm)

Primary job function and duties: The Plumbing Trades Inspectors primary responsibility is to inspect residential, commercial, and industrial plumbing installations for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes and City of Greensboro Ordinances. Some plan review requiring examination of plumbing plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes is required. The applicant should have the knowledge and skills to provide quality inspections, investigate complaints, and recommend corrective actions with approval of supervisor. The applicant should exhibit strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to prepare correspondence and reports. The physical duties of the job include walking, standing, bending, reaching and kneeling, stooping and crawling in confined spaces, climbing ladders to access roof top equipment, attics etc., and other activities associated with the primary responsibilities. The Plumbing Trades Inspector’s working conditions include working in outdoor weather and around loud noise levels. The employee should have the knowledge to enforce City of Greensboro Ordinances and NC General Statutes pertaining to inspections and should have knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA policies and procedures. A Mechanical Standard Level I and Electrical Standard Level I Certification is required for this position or must obtained within 2 years of employment in order to remain in the position. The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Plumbing Standard Certificate Level III (include copy with application)
  • 7 years + "hands on" plumbing experience in residential, commercial & industrial construction (must indicate on application)
  • Microsoft Office Software (must indicate all experience on application)

An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):

  • Mechanical Standard Level I and Electrical Standard Level I (include copy with application)
  • Prior plan review and/or blueprint experience
  • Prior experience with a local municipality in plumbing inspections
  • Experience in supervision in plumbing trade
  • ICC Certification as Plumbing Inspector (include copy with application)

Special Notes Concerning This Position:

 


 

 

Position # 2349

Inspector Trades (Electrical)

Engineering & Inspections

Hiring Salary Range: $38,746 – $51,661

Closing Date: 9/30/2013

Work Schedule/Requirements:  Mon - Fri 8 hours per day (8am-5pm)

Primary job function and duties: The Electrical Trades Inspectors primary responsibility is to inspect residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installations for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes and City of Greensboro Ordinances. Some plan review requiring examination of electrical plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes is required. The applicant should have the knowledge and skills to provide quality inspections, investigate complaints, and recommend corrective actions with approval of supervisor. The applicant should exhibit strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to prepare correspondence and reports. The physical duties of the job include walking, standing, bending, reaching and kneeling, stooping and crawling in confined spaces, climbing ladders to access roof top equipment, attics etc., and other activities associated with the primary responsibilities. The Electrical Trades Inspector’s working conditions include working in outdoor weather, around loud noise levels and in conditions with risk of electrical shock. The employee should have the knowledge to enforce City of Greensboro Ordinances and NC General Statutes pertaining to inspections and should have knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA policies and procedures. A Mechanical Standard Level I and Plumbing Standard Level I Certification is required for this position or must obtained within 2 years of employment in order to remain in the position. The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Electrical Standard Certificate Level III (include copy with application)
  • 7 years + "hands on" experience in commercial & industrial construction wiring (must indicate on application)
  • Microsoft Office Software (must indicate all experience on application)

An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):

  • Mechanical Standard Level I and Plumbing Standard Level I (include copy with application)
  • Prior plan review and/or blueprint experience
  • Prior experience with a local municipality in electrical inspections
  • Experience in supervision in electrical trade
  • ICC Certification as Electrical Inspector (include copy with application)

Special Notes Concerning This Position:

  • Any applications received for this position (closing date 8/27/2013) need not re-apply. Those applications will be considered in this current recruitment.

 

2354

Inspector Trades (Mechanical)

Engineering & Inspections

Hiring Salary Range: $38,746 – $51,661

Closing Date: 9/30/2013

Work Schedule/Requirements:  Mon - Fri 8 hours per day (8am-5pm)

Primary job function and duties: The Mechanical Trades Inspectors primary responsibility is to inspect residential, commercial, and industrial mechanical installations for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes and City of Greensboro Ordinances. Some plan review requiring examination of mechanical plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes is required. The applicant should have the knowledge and skills to provide quality inspections, investigate complaints, and recommend corrective actions with approval of supervisor. The applicant should exhibit strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to prepare correspondence and reports. The physical duties of the job include walking, standing, bending, reaching and kneeling, stooping and crawling in confined spaces, climbing ladders to access roof top equipment, attics etc., and other activities associated with the primary responsibilities. The Mechanical Trades Inspector’s working conditions include working in outdoor weather and around loud noise levels. The employee should have the knowledge to enforce City of Greensboro Ordinances and NC General Statutes pertaining to inspections and should have knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA policies and procedures. An Electrical Standard Level I and Plumbing Standard Level I Certification is required for this position or must be obtained within 2 years of employment in order to remain in the position. The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Mechanical Standard Certificate Level III (must include copy with application)
  • 7 years + "hands on" mechanical experience in residential, commercial & industrial construction (MUST indicate on application)
  • Microsoft Office Software experience (must indicate all experience on application)

An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):

  • Electrical Standard Level I AND Plumbing Standard Level I (include copy with application)
  • Plan review and/or blueprint experience
  • Prior experience with a local municipality in mechanical inspections
  • Experience in supervision in mechanical trade
  • ICC Certification as Mechanical Inspector (include copy with application)

Special Notes Concerning This Position:

  • Any applications received for this position (closing date 8/30/2013) need not re-apply. Those applications will be considered in this current recruitment.
       

How To Applyhttp://www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=746

 

 

 

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CITY-COUNTY CODES INSPECTOR (COMBINATION ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL)

Durham City-County Inspections Department

 

 

Hours:   Monday-Friday; 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Date Open:  Now

 

The purpose of this position is to enforce state and local electrical codes, local ordinances, and general statues. This is accomplished by inspecting buildings, reviewing plans, traveling to job sites, interacting with homeowners and building officials, maintaining documentation, and monitoring active projects. Other duties include inspection of residential HVAC replacements (which requires the ability to obtain a Probationary Level I Certification in Mechanical prior to employment), enforcing safety precautions, attending project meetings, and confirming accessibility codes.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with a two year associate's degree, diploma or equivalent from a college, technical, business, vocational, or correspondence school.
  • Three or more years of full skilled crafts level experience in electrical work or any combination of training and experience which provides thorough knowledge of the National Electrical Code and electrical construction practices.
  • Some experience in residential HVAC work or any combination of training and experience which provides knowledge of the residential section of the NC Mechanical Code and mechanical construction practices.
  • Knowledge of materials, methods and practices in various types of electrical installation and of the stages in construction when possible defects and violations may be most easily observed and corrected.
  • Some knowledge of materials, methods and practices in various types of residential HVAC installation.
  • Knowledge of methods and techniques of code enforcement.
  • Ability to work effectively with contractors, co-workers, and the public; and ability to demonstrate effective communication skills.
  • Minimum requirement of Probationary Mechanical Level I Certificate.
  • Must be able to obtain a ProbationaryElectricalLevel III Certificate within one year of employment.
  • Must be able to obtain a Standard Mechanical Level I Certificate within 2 years of employment.
  • Must possess a valid North Carolina Class "C" Driver's License.

 

                                                                               HIRING RANGE:

Probationary Electrical Level II:  $41,071

Standard Electrical Level II:  $47,232

Standard Electrical Level III:  $53,393

 

CLOSING DATE:  September 6, 2013

 

 

How To Apply:

 

The job posting will not be present on the city site until 9-2-13 but here is an application link for those who want to get an early start:


 

See also the City's Human Resources Department or on the website atwww.durhamnc.gov under "City Jobs".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deputy Fire Marshal – School Inspector Wake County

 

DUTIES

Perform the state mandated periodic fire and electrical inspections in public schools as required by the North Carolina Fire Code and NC General Statutes. Perform plans review and new construction inspections for public schools and other commercial occupancies. In addition, maintain occupancy records relative to mandated inspections program and issue fire code permits to regulated facilities. Respond to emergency scenes and provide technical support to emergency service agencies in the field of fire cause and determination investigations and any other emergency support. Perform on-site inspections of public school facilities as required by general statutes and assisting commercial building inspectors in the review and inspection process of all commercial occupancies. Assist the Training Division with various training events offered to County emergency services agencies.  Attend mandatory training sessions to maintain required State certifications. Serve as staff liaison for County Emergency Operations Center. Issue permits for blasting operations and public fireworks displays.

Minimum Qualifications:

Associate's degree in Fire Prevention, Fire Science or related field and four years of experience in fire service; or equivalent. North Carolina Fire Inspector Level III Certification; North Carolina Electrical Inspector Level III. A valid driver's license and a "safe" driving record require

Hours:

Mon - Fri 7:00 am - 3:45 pm; Night/Weekend/Holiday hours may be required; Fluctuating work schedule may be approved once hired into the position.

Expected Hiring Range:

$17.79 to $24.04 Per Hour

Closing Date: 8/30/13

How To Apply:

Visit http://www.wakegov.com/employment/Pages/default.aspx to view and apply by the closing date. An electronic Wake County Government application must be submitted for consideration.

Also, you can call Charlie Johnson directly if you have any questions:

Charlie Johnson
Chief Deputy Fire Marshal
Wake County Fire & Emergency Management
331 S. McDowell St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 856-5519 - office
(919) 856-6236 - fax
cejohnson@wakegov.com

 

 

 

 

Posting Title:         Electrical Trades Inspector - City of Greensboro

Position #:            2349

Hiring Range:       $38,746           to        $46,495

 

Full-Time

Please apply by: 08/9/2013       

 

Primary job function and duties:

The Electrical Trades Inspectors primary responsibility is to inspect residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installations for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes and City of Greensboro Ordinances. Some plan review requiring examination of electrical plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes is required. The applicant should have the knowledge and skills to provide quality inspections, investigate complaints, and recommend corrective actions with approval of supervisor. The applicant should exhibit strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to prepare correspondence and reports. The physical duties of the job include walking, standing, bending, reaching and kneeling, stooping and crawling in confined spaces, climbing ladders to access roof top equipment, attics etc., and other activities associated with the primary responsibilities. The Electrical Trades Inspector's working conditions include working in outdoor weather, around loud noise levels and in conditions with risk of electrical shock. The employee should have the knowledge to enforce City of Greensboro Ordinances and NC General Statutes pertaining to inspections and should have knowledge of and ability to comply with OSHA policies and procedures. A Mechanical Standard Level I and Plumbing Standard Level I Certification is required for this position or must obtained within 2 years of employment in order to remain in the position. The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA. 

  

Minimum Qualifications:

- High School Diploma/GED
- Valid Driver's License
- Electrical Standard Certificate Level III (include copy with application)
- 7 years + "hands on" experience in commercial & industrial construction wiring (must indicate on application)
- Microsoft Office Software (must indicate all experience on application)


An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):
- Mechanical Standard Level I and Plumbing Standard Level I (include copy with application)
- Prior plan review and/or blueprint experience
- Prior experience with a local municipality in electrical inspections
- Experience in supervision in electrical trade
- ICC Certification as Electrical Inspector (include copy with application)   

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Posted 4-28-2013)

 

 

Town of Calabash

Position Opening

Assistant Building Inspector

 

The Town of Calabash (population 1,786) seeks qualified candidates for the position of Assistant Building Inspector.  An employee in this class performs building and fire inspections, code enforcement, and other work as directed to ensure compliance of all regulations, ordinances, and codes for the Town of Calabash.  This position works under the general supervision of the Calabash Building Inspector and the Town Administrator

 

The applicant must possess a high school diploma (or equivalent), a valid NC Driver’s License, and must meet all requirements of the NC Code Officials Qualification Board in order to perform the position. The applicant must possess strong communication skills, interpretation skills, record keeping skills, and be able to maintain effective working relationships. The position requires that the applicant be able to handle a number of physical tasks, indoors and outdoors, in varying weather conditions.

 

The ideal applicant will hold Standard Level I Certificate in the Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, and Electrical trades. Applicants who hold a minimum of one Standard Certificate, or,  who have the necessary experience and training to be eligible to take a minimum of one State Certification Exam within 3 months of employment will also be considered. All applicants must be able to obtain Probationary Certificates in all other trades.

 

Salary Range: $33,539 to $44,006, plus excellent benefits package.  Submit resume to: Chuck Nance, Town Administrator, 882 Persimmon Road, Calabash, NC 28467 or email to tacalabash@atmc.net.  Open until filled.  EOE.

 

 

 

 

(Posted 3-4-2013)

 

 

Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement has Plans Examiner positions
available for Building, Electrical and Mechanical/Plumbing trades.
Please apply through MyHR if you are interested.
 

http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HR/Pages/ApplyOnline.aspx

 

Job Description

 

Posting Title:                 Plans Examiner

 

Job ID:                         6671

 

Department:                  LUE3077 Plan Review

 

Hiring Range:                49645.600 to 65159.850

 

Full/Part Time:              Full-Time

 

Regular/Temporary:       Regular

 

Please apply by:           3-15-13

 

Responsibilities / Qualification

 

Examines plans and specifications for compliance with North Carolina
state building codes.  Makes decisions or judgments on the
interpretation of state building codes, approves or disapproves
construction documents (plans, specifications, calculations) and
communicates results to design professionals orally or in writing.
Provides field inspections as necessary, participates in submissions of
code to both state and model code organizations as needed, and organizes
and attends project pre-reviews with designers.  Works in a team
environment without direct supervision, keeps management informed of
unusual problem situations during the plan review process from plan
submittal through final project approval. Bachelor's degree in
engineering and five years of experience in the design/construction of
commercial buildings or five years experience as a level three code
official or equivalent combination of education and experience in design
or construction.  Supervisory experience as a construction project
manager or design office manager or licensed P.E. or Architect is a
plus.  Must obtain Level III inspector certification (in the specified
trade) through the North Carolina code officials qualification board
within one year of hire.  Multiple trade certifications a plus.
Requires a valid Driver's License. Must obtain and maintain a
Mecklenburg County Driver's Permit.

 

 

 

 

 

(Posted 2-18-2013)

 

Job Description

Posting Title:         Plans Examiner

Job ID:             `           6671

Department:               LUE3077

Plan Review

Hiring Range: $49,645.600           to        $65,159.850

 

 Full-Time

Please apply by: 02/21/2013       

 

Responsibilities/Qualification

Examines plans and specifications for compliance with North Carolina state building codes.  Makes decisions or judgments on the interpretation of state building codes, approves or disapproves construction documents (plans, specifications, calculations) and communicates results to design professionals orally or in writing. Provides field inspections as necessary, participates in submissions of code to both state and model code organizations as needed, and organizes and attends project pre-reviews with designers.  Works in a team environment without direct supervision, keeps management informed of unusual problem situations during the plan review process from plan submittal through final project approval.  Bachelor's degree in engineering and five years of experience in the design/construction of commercial buildings or five years experience as a level three code official or equivalent combination of education and experience in design or construction. Supervisory experience as a construction project manager or design office manager or licensed P.E. or Architect is a plus. Must obtain Level III inspector certification (in the specified trade) through the North Carolina code officials qualification board within one year of hire.  Multiple trade certifications a plus. Requires a valid Driver's License. Must obtain and maintain a Mecklenburg County Driver's Permit.

Apply Here: http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HR/Pages/ApplyOnline.aspx

 

 

Posted 1/11/2013 (Intertek - ETL Follow-up Inspector)

Follow-up Service Inspector

Intertek, an internationally recognized independent testing organization is looking to fill a “part-time” position in central North Carolina and is ideal for retired technical persons looking for flexible, part-time hours working through your own home.

  • Plan, organize and conduct surveillance inspections in accordance with scheduling requirements, to include: document manufacturer’s production and quality processes; review required production tests, including methods, equipment used and calibration of equipment; inspect ETL Listed products, subassemblies and components with respect to the Certification Documents; review ETL label inventory and control; review non-compliances issued as a result of previous inspections and document unresolved issues; select samples as directed.
  • Document compliances and non-compliances found during the inspection, and advise clients on proper resolution.
  • Complete and submit Follow-up Service Inspection Report for each client inspected.
  • Communicate information between facility representatives and Certification Dept. personnel.
  • Maintain expenses within given guidelines.


If interested, please contact Marie Murray at marie.murray@intertek.com or Larry Brewer at larry.brewer@intertek.com.

 

Posted 1/3/2013 (Three Jurisdictions)

1). Town of Cary Inspections

Job Title:

CHIEF CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL (ELECTRICAL)

Closing Date/Time:

Mon. 01/21/13 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Salary:

$25.90 - $42.74 Hourly
$53,872.00 - $88,899.20 Annually

Job Type:

Regular, Full-Time

Location:

Cary, North Carolina

DESCRIPTION

 

Performs difficult technical and supervisory work in all code inspections of all types and sizes of commercial and residential buildings at various stages of construction to ensure compliance with state building codes, industry standards, and related regulations for the trades area to which assigned.
 
Work includes extensive public contact in dealing with the general public, contractors, homeowners, and other Town staff.
 
Work is performed under the regular supervision of the Director of Inspections and Permits.  Supervision is exercised over subordinate code officials.


TYPICAL TASKS

 

Supervises code officials in the field to ensure the quality and reliability of inspections;

 

Provides input on divisional budget;

 

Schedules daily work;

 

Keeps director informed of problems and issues in specific trade area;

 

Serves as an inspector in times of heavy work load or absences of inspectors;

 

Reviews inspection reports and assists field inspectors in unusual and difficult situations;

 

Provides training and professional development of field inspectors;

 

Confers with and advises owners, architects, engineers, contractors, and interested parties in explaining and interpreting difficult code and ordinance requirements, inspection procedures, and requirements for plan reviews and obtaining building permits;

 

Drives to construction sites and inspects a wide variety of residential and commercial buildings at various stages of construction to ensure conformity with approved plans and compliance with state building codes, and related regulations; identifies conditions requiring correction or additional inspections; notifies appropriate individuals; issues warnings and stop-work orders if necessary;

 

Interviews and makes recommendations on hiring new inspectors; reviews performance and recommends personnel actions;

 

Reviews alternate methods and materials not specifically prescribed by codes; determines if such alternate is equivalent of that prescribed by the code; approves or disapproves such use;

 

Reviews and approves plans; identifies areas of non-compliance;

 

Inspects existing buildings for hazardous conditions, structural failures, or improper uses;

 

Investigates complaints of buildings in violation to identify extent and nature of problems and to determine corrective action required;

 

Assists fire inspectors in identifying areas of non-compliance during their scheduled routine inspections;

 

Testifies in court on code violation cases;

 

Completes and maintains records regarding inspections;

 

Performs other job-related tasks as required.


 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Comprehensive knowledge of all types of materials and methods applicable to assigned trade; comprehensive knowledge of national and state building codes and related codes and regulations; comprehensive knowledge of inspection and code enforcement of all trades; comprehensive knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local building laws and their enforcement; thorough knowledge of residential and commercial development, current literature, and sources of information in related areas of municipal inspections; knowledge of employee supervision principles; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials, and hazards of fire and collapse; ability to supervise personnel; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications, and blueprints of difficult complexity quickly and accurately and to compare them with construction in process; ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with building owners, contractors, and the public; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

 

MINIMUM AND PREFERRED REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Requirements:

-  Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a community college with a degree in engineering, architecture, or building construction and a minimum of five years in construction or inspection work which includes work on large commercial buildings

 

- Certification by the North Carolina Department of Insurance as a Standard Level III Inspector in assigned trade or ability to obtain within one year
 
- Possession of a valid driver's license with a good driving record
 
- Drug testing and background check (which may include criminal check, education verification and credit history review) prior to employment


Preferred Qualifications:

- Supervisory experience

- E
xperience working for a municipality as an inspector

TO APPLY

To ensure consideration, complete a Town of Cary online application by visiting www.townofcary.org and clicking the "employment" tab.

 

 

2). Durham City-County Inspections Department

CITY-COUNTY CODES INSPECTOR (ELECTRICAL

Hours:  Monday-Friday; 8:00 a.m. –  4:30 p.m.

Position Available:  February 1, 2013

The purpose of this position is to enforce state and local electrical codes, local ordinances, and general statues. This is accomplished by inspecting buildings, reviewing plans, traveling to job sites, interacting with homeowners and building officials, maintaining documentation, and monitoring active projects. Other duties include enforcing safety precautions, attending project meetings, and confirming accessibility codes.

REQUIREMENTS:

·         Work requires knowledge of a specific vocational, administrative, or technical nature which may be obtained with a two year associate's degree, diploma or equivalent from a college, technical, business, vocational, or correspondence school. 

·         Three or more years of full skilled crafts level experience in construction work or any combination of training and experience which provides thorough knowledge of the National Electrical Code and electrical construction practices.

·         Knowledge of materials, methods and practices in various types of electrical installations and of the stages in construction when possible defects and violations may be most easily observed and corrected.

·         Knowledge of methods and techniques of code enforcement.

·         Ability to work effectively with contractors, co-workers, and the public; and ability to demonstrate effective communication skills.

·         Minimum requirement of Probationary Electrical Level II Certificate.

·         Must be able to obtain a Standard Electrical Level III Certificate within two years of employment.

·         Must possess a valid North Carolina Class “C” Driver’s License.

 HIRING RANGE

Probationary Electrical Level II:  $41,071

Standard Electrical Level II:  $47,232

Standard Electrical Level III:  $53,393

CLOSING DATE:  January 18, 2013    

 

 

3). Mecklenburg County Inspections

 

Posting Title:

Inspector III

 

Job ID:

Posting Title:

 Department:

 Market Rate:

 Hiring Range:

TBD

Inspector III

 TBD

 $55,296.00

 $44,236.80 to $58,060.80

 

 

 

  Full/Part Time:            Full-Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Regular/Temporary:    Regular

 

 

 

 

Responsibilities/Qualification

 

This class is responsible for performing the most complex residential and commercial inspections.  This class may also be responsible for reviewing commercial plans in compliance with state law or local ordinances.

Bachelor's Degree in Construction, Engineering, Planning or related field and five years of related experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Licensing Requirements (based on the area of expertise):  May require Level III certification in at least one construction trade or Level I or higher certification in four construction trades, certification as Zoning Official or American Institute of Certified Planners. Valid Driver's License.

 

Special Requirements

Performs comprehensive site field inspections to insure full compliance with the NC State Building Codes, along with other Zoning and Trade ordinances. Confers with architects, engineers, contractors and owners involving construction, design and use of buildings and structures. Compiles and interprets reports, data, and designs to verify code compliance and advises public, owners, architects, engineers and contractors of same. Provides code and construction information to owners, designers, and contractors to assist them with completing a code compliant project.

Ability to obtain Level III pre-certification in the desired trade from N.C. Code Officials Qualification Board (prior to the hire) and shall obtain a Level III Standard Certificate within one year of employment or must be capable of obtaining and maintaining a level I Inspector Certifications in the Building, Electrical, Mechanical, and Plumbing trades from the NC Code Officials Qualification Board. Two Standard level I Certificates must be obtained within 24 months and the additional two standard level I certifications within 48 months from the date of employment.

Clear concise communication, good customer service skills and project management ability in a team based environment a must. Ability to work in an electronic format to include construction drawings, specification, data entry and tracking needed. Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to obtain and maintain a Mecklenburg County driver’s permit. A DMV and background check is required.

NCCOQB Certification requirements supplied upon request.

Please visit Mecklenburg County HR link below to apply:http://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/HR/Pages/ApplyOnline.aspx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Past Jobs Posted)

 

 

TOWN OF CARY
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL (MUTLI-TRADE)
 

SALARY:

$19.33 - $34.68 Hourly
$40,206.40 - $72,134.40 Annually

 

OPENING DATE: 12/03/12

 

CLOSING DATE: 12/19/12 11:59 PM

 

DESCRIPTION:

Performs difficult technical work in conducting code enforcement inspections, principally in residential and small construction, to ensure compliance with state building codes and related regulations in the trades areas: building, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing.

 

This classification is primarily assigned to smaller construction projects where a certification at the level I is required. Inspectors with higher certifications may inspect larger, more complex construction projects according to their area of certification and, therefore, will be classified at a higher level. 
 

Work includes considerable public contact in dealing with contractors, architects, homeowners, the general public, and other Town staff. 

 

Work is performed under the regular supervision of a Chief Code Enforcement Official.

TYPICAL TASKS:

Drives to construction sites and inspects residential and commercial buildings at various stages of construction to ensure conformity with approved plans and compliance with state building codes and related regulations;

 

Identifies conditions requiring correction or additional inspections; notifies appropriate individuals; issues warnings and stop work orders if necessary;

 

Provides consultation; advises and assists architects, engineers, contractors, and the general public on code requirements, code interpretations, inspection procedures, plan review requirements, and proper permitting procedures;

 

Reviews alternate methods and materials not specifically prescribed by codes; determines if such alternate is equivalent of that prescribed by the code; approves or disapproves such use;

 

Documents and maintains records regarding inspections; enters inspections information on computer system;

 

Testifies in court on code violation cases;

 

May assist in other inspection areas as needed;

 

Performs other job-related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of all types of building construction materials and methods and of stages of construction when possible violations and defects may be most easily observed and corrected; comprehensive knowledge of state building and related codes and regulations; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials, and hazards of fire and collapse; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications, and blueprints of some complexity quickly and accurately and to compare them with construction in process; ability to adopt and maintain accurate records; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with building owners, contractors, and the public while using firmness and tact in enforcing building ordinances and codes; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

MINIMUM AND PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a community college with a degree in building construction or related field and a minimum of five years experience in related building construction or inspection work.  Also requires a valid driver's license with a good driving record.  Must have the ability to obtain certification by the North Carolina Department of Insurance as a Standard Level I inspector in all four construction trades areas: plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and building. 

Preference will be given to candidates who have experience working for a municipality as an inspector and currently hold certification from the NC Department of Insurance in all four trades.  The ideal candidate would be currently certified as Standard Level III Electrical Inspector in the state of North Carolina with certification in the other three trades: plumbing, mechanical and building. An Electrical Contractor's License is helpful to candidates without municipal inspections experience. 

Requires drug testing and background check (which may include criminal check, education verification and credit history review) prior to employment.
 

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.townofcary.org

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
316 N. Academy Street, Human Resources
Cary, NC 27513
919-469-4070
kim.berthiaume@townofcary.org

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Job #13-00240
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICIAL (MUTLI-TRADE)

 

 

 

 

 

Available immediately: Code Enforcement Officer I, City of Wilson

 

 

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER I

This position performs technical inspections in the enforcement of the city building code, minimum housing code, nuisance code and zoning code. This position will primarily perform plumbing and building inspections on commercial construction and plumbing, building, electrical and mechanical inspections on residential construction. 

 

Applicant must have thorough knowledge of electrical, plumbing, mechanical and building construction practices, materials and equipment; national, state, and local building code standards and ordinances; and structural construction and utility installation practices and materials. Must have demonstrated the ability to detect defective construction, installation, or repair of buildings, and determine appropriate corrections and improvements. Must have demonstrated the ability to understand and interpret diagrams and written specifications; maintain accurate records and reports; and effectively communicate orally and in writing. Must have also demonstrated the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with property owners, contractors, other officials, and the public; enforce the City's building ordinance and codes firmly and tactfully.

 

For more details and a complete description, go to:

 

 http://www.wilsonnc.org/jobs/id/461/ 

 

 

 

BUILDING INSPECTOR/CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

 

The Town of Beaufort is seeking a Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer. Duties include enforcing  zoning code and other ordinances, interpreting and applying code regulations, and performing various staff duties for the Beaufort Historic Commission and Town Board of Adjustment. NC Building Level I certification in all four trade areas required, with ability to obtain Level II within two years. High school diploma or equivalent, and a valid NC drivers’ license required. Successful candidates must pass a pre-employment health examination, drug screening, and criminal background check. Starting salary range is $39K - $45K,  dependent upon qualifications and certifications. Benefits include insurance and 401K.  Applications available at Beaufort Town Hall – 701 Front Street, or online atwww.beaufortnc.org. Completed applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. August 17, 2012. The Town of Beaufort is an equal opportunity employer.

Debbie

Town of Beaufort

252-728-2141, ext. 224

 

Senior Building Inspector, Lincoln County

 

An employee in this position is responsible for conducting plan reviews (residential and commercial) and building inspections in the enforcement of building codes and ordinances. Reviews new construction plans; new up-fit plans, tenant change up-fit plans, addition plans, pier plans, change of occupancy plans, renovation plans, sign plans, school plans, tower plans, and modular site construction. Takes phone and email messages from designers with questions and changes to submitted plans. Meets with engineers and contractors; Issues stop work order; Checks for building specifications and code compliance for building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing;. Reviews architectural drawings for specifications and code compliance. Reviews structural drawings for compliance and reviews daycares for state standard requirements. Inspects new construction, new up-fit, additions, commercial piers, change for occupancy, renovations, signs, schools, towers, and commercial modular site construction. Completes ABC permit, daycare permit, group home, and foster home care inspections; completes agricultural electrical inspections; inspects unsafe buildings for condemnation. Inspects damages to buildings, plumbing upgrades, mechanical upgrades, electrical upgrades; performs fire prevention and life safety inspections; performs mobile home inspections; inspects demolition sites. Attends required education classes. Must have knowledge of building construction materials, methods and best practices; knowledge of state codes and laws as pertains to construction and life safety; knowledge of the principles and practices of building inspection; knowledge of county policies and procedures; Skill in reading and interpreting plans and specifications; skill in the use of personal computers; skill in interpersonal relations, and skill in dispute mediation and in oral and written communication.

Open Until Filled

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Possession of an appropriate driver’s license valid in the State of North Carolina. Safe driving record. Must possess two Level III certificates, two Level II certificates, and Fire I certification.

As a condition of employment, individuals hired by the County are required to present proof of identity and legal eligibility to work in the United States before they can begin work. Male applicants between the ages of 18 and 26 are required by State Law to certify that they have registered for Military Service. Pre-employment drug testing required. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

 

 

 

Plans Examiner, Fayetteville

 

Closing Date/Time: Fri. 08/10/12 11:59 PM Eastern Time

Regular Full-Time

Location: 433 Hay Street, Fayetteville, NC 28301, North Carolina

Hiring Range: $23.95 - $35.92 / Hour D.O.Q.

INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED

A RESUME WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IN DETERMINING YOUR QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS POSITION.


Under limited supervision, performs plan review to assure compliance with NC State Building codes. Performs professional and highly technical level work in the technical construction code field by the review of plans, specifications, and calculations to verify conformance to the technical construction related codes as adopted by the State of North Carolina and City of Fayetteville. Provide information to the public and other staff members for the building, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing aspects of these technical codes. Assist when necessary with the permit application process by ensuring the completeness of applications and supporting documentation. Performs related work as required and related regulations as directed by Ordinance, Resolution, and State law. 

This is an advanced level position advising and directing lower level department staff on technical matters as required. Employees in this position perform the most difficult and responsible types of duties assigned within this series. At this level, employees are required to be proficient in all procedures related to assigned area of responsibility.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  1. Review applications from the public to ensure necessary information is provided. Assists in providing appropriate information related to the completeness of the application and explains the application process. 
     

  2. Conduct compliance review of plans and specifications of new construction, additions and alterations to residential, commercial and all other types of structures; determine compliance with the provisions of applicable technical construction codes, ordinances and regulations. 
     

  3. Review technical construction plans for change of use, occupancy, or compliance with applicable codes and ordinances. 
     

  4. Reviews submitted drawings of proposed construction for compliance submitted by applicants seeking authority to obtain a construction permit. Authorizes approval of the project plans for the issuance of construction permits. Prepares reports of activities and writes letters of corrections/acceptance. 
     

  5. Discusses with customers for compliance with notices that have been issued to comply with concerning violations; maintains background records for possible legal actions. 
     

  6. Confers with architects, contractors, builders and the general public in the field and office; explain and interprets requirements and restrictions. 
     

  7. Researches computer records, and files regarding a variety of building-related or issues. Maintain files and reports regarding plan review activities and findings; prepare daily reports of plan review activities performed and results. 
     

  8. Provides technical information and make appropriate recommendations on fire-damaged buildings to insure customer has all appropriate and sufficient information to determine the scope of the damage and areas needing repair. 
     

  9. Answers questions and provides information to the public, real estate agents, bankers, contractors, architects and homeowners regarding all technical codes and related issues. 
     

  10. Confers with inspectors and personnel from other departments and divisions to ensure consistent code and ordinance enforcement. 
     

  11. Prepares correspondence to homeowners, contractors, and others for needed corrective action needed on reviewed construction drawings along with the technical code and ordinances references that apply. 
     

  12. Monitors the review process by routing applications and plans; tracks applications through the approval process. Notifies supervisor of applications requiring special attention to expedite the approval process. 
     

  13. Reviews and authorizes sign permits issuance after review of structural review and approval. 
     

  14. Assists in the development of public information materials. 
     

  15. Reviews construction project submittals for floodplain compliance based on North Carolina State Building Code. 
     

  16. Provides information to the public concerning structural and other matters; works with developers towards plan completion. 
     

  17. Confers with inspections staff and make recommendations for action; assist staff in solving controversial issues. 
     

  18. Maintains appropriate certification from then NC Building Code Council to perform work at this level. 
     

  19. Drive to meetings and inspection sites.

Non-Essential / Secondary Duties:

  • Perform a variety of office duties; issue permits. 
     

  • Attend and participate in professional group meetings, seminars and conferences; stay abreast of changes in the all codes and other pertinent standards and regulations. 
     

  • Perform other duties as assigned to assist the Development Services Department.

  • For a complete job description click here.

    Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: 

    Experience: 

    Four years of increasingly responsible plans examiner and/or inspection experience involving the full range of plans examiner and/or inspection duties. 

    Training: 

    Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in construction management, civil engineering architecture or a related field. 

    Licensing & Certification 

    Required: North Carolina Building Standard Inspection Level III certification, and Level II certifications in the Plumbing, Mechanical, and Electrical trades. Two years or minimum time needed to schedule classes will be given to obtain Level III certification in all trades. Possession of or ability to obtain an appropriate, valid driver's license and maintain vehicle insurability with the City of Fayetteville. 

    Preferred: None applicable 

    From the time of closing the hiring process is anticipated to last 3 weeks. The process will consist of a panel interview and may consist of a written exam with the successful candidate being subject to a pre-employment drug screen, background check and driving history check.

     

     

     

     

    (Expired)

    CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER III

    The City of High Point (pop. 107,000) seeks a qualified person for the position of Code Enforcement Supervisor in the Inspection Services Division of the Planning & Development Department.  Major responsibilities include: electrical inspections associated with residential, commercial and industrial buildings; preparation of related correspondence and reports; examination of plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes; supervision of subordinate electrical inspections staff, including maintaining quality control, evaluation and training; and other activities associated with these primary tasks.  Qualified candidates must possess or be eligible for State of NC certification as a Standard Level III Electrical Inspector.  Supervisory experience is desired.  Must possess an acceptable valid NC driver’s license.  Salary from $50,000 annually, depending on qualifications and experience, with excellent benefits.  Interested applicants should obtain, complete and return the required application package no later than closing date of July 13, 2012 from the City of High Point, Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 230, High Point, NC, 27261; or apply online:

    http://www.highpointnc.gov/person/jobs.cfm

    The City of High Point is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

     

     

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    Codes and Standards Coordinator IAEI Richardson Texas

    Two Positions Available

    Description
    The International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) with its headquarters located in Richardson, Texas, which is in the north Dallas metropolitan area, is seeking a qualified person for the position of Codes and Standards Coordinator.  IAEI is a not-for-profit professional organization devoted to the electrical industry with the intent to promote the safe use of electricity.  The Education Department is responsible for the development of technical document content (text and graphics), development of technical articles for the IAEI News magazine, and review of material submitted to IAEI for use in the IAEI News and other publications.  The department is also responsible for development of training programs for the electrical inspector and the industry and coordination of training program and seminar schedules.

     Accountabilities
    The Codes and Standards Coordinator is responsible for:

    ·         Coordinating the department’s seminars, activities, and projects.

    ·         Assisting in producing and/or updating IAEI training material.

    ·         Assisting in composing, reviewing, and the technical editing of articles and material for theIAEI News as well as other IAEI publications.

    ·         Representing the International Office at Section/Chapter/Division meetings as needed.

    ·         Serving as an IAEI instructor and/or speaking at training forums and seminars as needed.

     

    Skills, Capabilities and Experience
    Experience in the electrical industry as an electrical inspector, electrician, instructor/teacher, and public speaking is essential.  Good public relation skills are required for the high amount of public contact involved with this position.  Candidates are expected to possess nationally recognized electrical certification or a Master Electrician License.  A minimum of ten (10) years of industry knowledge, skills, and abilities is required.  Knowledge of photovoltaic and hazardous location installations would be an asset.

    Reports to:
    Director of Education, Codes and Standards

    Salary
    Commensurate with qualifications and experience

    The international office is located in Richardson, Texas.  Please submit a resume with a brief summary of experience to:

    IAEI
    Attn.  David Clements
    CEO/Executive Director
    P.O. Box830848
    Richardson,Texas 75083-0848
    Email:  dclements@iaei.org

    Inquiries to be directed to David Clements or Keith Lofland

     Applications must be received by July 13, 2012

     

     

    Past Jobs Listed

     

     

    ELECTRICAL FIELD INSPECTIONS SUPERVISOR

    (City-County Inspections Department)

    Hours:  Monday-Friday; 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

    This position is responsible for technical and supervisory field and office work in the inspection of electrical construction to ensure compliance with the National Electrical Code and the Unified Development Ordinance.  Supervision is exercised over a staff of subordinate inspectors to include training and evaluation, as well as the coordination of inspection activities.  Interprets codes and performs the more complex inspections.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    ·         Position requires an Associate’s Degree in electrical installations, but an equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.

    ·         5 years of experience (including supervision/management) in full skilled crafts level in electrical construction/inspection; or any combination of training and experience that provides the following:  thorough knowledge of the National Electrical Code and electrical construction practices. (Preference given to prior code enforcement experience.)

    ·         Knowledge of materials, methods and practices in various types of electrical installation and of the stages in construction when possible defects and violations may be most easily observed and corrected.

    ·         Knowledge of possible defects and code violations in electrical installations and of effective corrective measures.

    ·         Knowledge of methods and techniques of code enforcement and the principles and practices of effective supervision.

    ·         Ability to work effectively with contractors, co-workers, employees, and the public; and ability to demonstrate effective communication skills.

    ·         Must possess a valid North Carolina Class “C” driver’s license, and must be able to obtain a Standard Electrical Level III Certificate within one year of employment.

    Applications can be obtained from: the City’s Human Resources Department or on the website at www.durhamnc.gov under “City Jobs”.

    HIRING RANGE:  $49,061 – $78,498

    CLOSING DATE:  March 30, 2012

     

     

     

     

    Field Representative for NEMA

     

    Vacancy Announcement:

     

    NEMA, the Association of Electrical and Medical Imaging Manufacturers, is seeking a Field Representative for the Southern area of the U.S. (the states in the Southern Section of the IAEI). The individual will serve as an advocate for NEMA’s member companies and will work with industry, public and private groups, and individuals to provide assistance and feedback on a wide variety of issues facing the electrical industry including existing and proposed laws, regulations and ordinances, as well as probable future legislative and regulatory trends.

     

    This position requires working independently from an office set-up in the employee’s residence.  A comprehensive knowledge of the National Electrical Code as well as an understanding of the codes and standards development process of organizations such as NFPA, UL and the ICC is necessary.  A background with the IAEI is desirable.  Knowledge of the regulatory environment in the Southern states is a plus.

     

    Excellent writing, presentation and communications skills are necessary.  Diplomacy and tact are important as well as an ability to understand the subtleties of issues.  The ability to budget resources (funding, time, etc.) is critical.  Personal computer use, i.e., Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, e-mail, etc., is required.  The individual must reside in one of the states in the region. Extensive travel (50%) can be expected.

     

    The position reports to the Technical Director of Codes and Standards in NEMA’s Technical Services Department.  Interested individuals should e-mail or fax a resume, writing sample, salary requirements and a list of references to careers@nema.org or 703-841-3372.

     

     

    Greensboro Inspector Position

    Link to application here: Application

    Position # 2349

    Electrical Inspector

    Engineering & Inspections

    Hiring Salary Range: $32,250-$39,950

    Closing Date:11/15/2011 

    Work Schedule/Requirements: 5 days per week, 8 hour per day, (8-5)

    Primary job function and duties:
    Major responsibilities include inspections of residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installations for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes and City of Greensboro City Ordinances. Some plan review requiring examination of electrical plans and construction documents for compliance with the N.C. State Building Codes is required. This position may require crawling in confined spaces, using ladders to access roof top equipment, attics, etc.; preparation of related correspondence and reports; and other activities associated with these primary tasks. This employee should exhibit strong communication skills both verbal and in writing. The employee in this position must provide quality inspections, investigate complaints, and recommend corrective actions with approval of supervisor and other tasks as assigned. The job is NON-EXEMPT under FLSA.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • High School Diploma or GED
    • Valid Driver’s License
    • Prior experience using Microsoft Office (indicate on application)
    • 7 years minimum ‘hands on’ experience in commercial & industrial construction wiring (indicate on application)
    • Mechanical and Plumbing Standard Level I (indicate on application)
    • Electrical Standard Level III (indicate on application)

     An Ideal Candidate Would Also Possess (Preferred Qualifications):

    • Prior supervision in the electrical field (indicate on application)
    • Prior plan review and/or blueprint experience (indicate on application)

     Special Notes Concerning This Position:

     

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    Past job posting (Position filled)
    Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer/Town Planner-Cape Carteret, 
    Population 1421. Responsibilities include performing inspections for 
    compliance with NC Building codes and Cape Carteret ordinances, advisor 
    to the planning board, and other assigned duties.  Requires minimum Level II
     Standard Certificates in Building, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing.  
    Experience in planning, zoning and code enforcement, floodplains, CAMA, 
    Arcview, and grant writing a plus. Salary $40,000 to $48,000 based on 
    skills and experience.  Excellent benefits.  For a complete job 
    description and application, please go to www.townofcapecarteret.com. 
    Application deadline is April 25, 2011.


     

    Past job posting (Position filled)

    INSPECTIONS DIRECTOR - Rowan County

    Responsible professional and administrative work directing all aspects of the Rowan County Building Inspections/Codes Enforcement Department; plans, directs, and organizes the department and staff; provides technical and administrative supervision of the building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical inspections activities; monitors and evaluates the job performance of staff; prepares the annual departmental budget requests and controls budgetary expenditures; oversees the process of applications for permits and issuance of building permits and certificates of occupancy; and handles complaints and concerns from contractors, property owners, and the general public.

    Requires a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Architecture, Engineering, Construction Management, or related field and five years of management or supervisory experience in the construction or inspections field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer previous management experience in a County or Municipal Building Inspections department. Possession of Standard Level III certifications by the State of North Carolina in the building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical trades are required; a valid driver’s license is required.

    Salary Range $56,000 – $89,000 commensurate with education and experience. BENEFITS. Submit application and resume to Rowan County Human Resources, 130 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144. Open until filled.

    We Administer Pre-employment Drug Tests and Physical Exams, Conduct Criminal Background Investigations, and Driving History

    EOE

    6/28/10