The Labor & Industries Electrical Construction Inspector inspects electrical installations in various stages of construction and enforces compliance with electrical licensing laws, state rules and the National Electrical Code, issuing citations or correction notices for safety violations. You will schedule daily work for maximum effectiveness, and maintain and update computer records as required by policy and procedure.
Some of what you will do · Check individuals and companies performing electrical installations for compliance with licensing and permitting requirements. · Conduct field investigations and compile investigation reports. · Issue approval notices for electrical installations and write correction notices where there are violations. · Make electrical disconnects according to policy and procedures. · Answer questions about NEC, and Washington State wiring rules and regulations. · Maintain good relations with contractors, architects, engineers, public utilities and private parties engaged in the use and installation of electrical equipment. · Issue electrical fee due notices when required by appropriate WAC rules. · Accurately complete and document action in the Infraction Citation Writer (ICW) computer system. · When required, prepares testimony and testifies on behalf of the Department before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) and/or other courts regarding investigations and findings, and/or to defend and support citations issued. Who should apply 4 years’ work experience as a certified journeyman electrician in the electrical construction trade installing and maintaining electrical systems or other experience as outlined in RCW 19.28.321. What we’re looking for 1. Must possess and maintain a valid and active WA State General Journeyman (EL01) electrician certificate or Master General Journeyman (ME01) electrician certificate. 2. Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. 3. Demonstrated experience in a cross-section of electrical work in the electrical construction industry. 4. Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills. 5. Provide services that consistently meet and exceed the needs and expectations of our customers. 6. Code knowledge - understand how and when the National Electrical Code, RCW 19.28 and WCA 296-46B apply to all commercial, industrial, and residential electrical installations and the calculation of loads in those installations. 7. Experience reading and interpreting, plans and blueprints of electrical installations. 8. Explain electrical trade rules, regulations, policies and procedures and keep current and trained in applicable electrical codes and laws. 9. Crawl under buildings and into attics, climb ladders and scaffolding, and enter "confined spaces", (after following proper procedure for testing), to perform electrical inspections. Walk up to one half mile to access their assigned inspections. 10. Travel daily, throughout assigned region to other regions to cover workloads and attend training. 11. Washington State General Administrator Certificate (AD01) preferred.
This job announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies Employees driving on state business must have a valid driver’s license. Employees driving a privately owned vehicle on state business must have liability insurance on the privately owned vehicle. Prior to any new appointment into L&I a background check, including criminal record history, will be conducted. To apply, follow the "Apply" link above Only complete applications will be considered. Be sure to answer all supplemental questions.
We’re looking for evidence that you have the skills, experience, and abilities indicated in this announcement. Information you provide will be used for deciding who'll be selected for the next step in our process.
For more information about the Department of Labor & Industries visit: http://www.lni.wa.gov/
Contact us at: Jobs@LNI.wa.gov Persons with a disability, who need assistance in the application process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, may call (360) 902-9152. Applicants that are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service at 7-1-1.
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