To schedule, perform, and maintain records of electrical inspections to ensure buildings being constructed are in compliance with Electrical Codes.
Essential Job Functions:
Inspects electrical wiring, connections, and equipment for new construction, building repairs, and remodeling to ensure compliance with Electrical Codes; issues a violation notice for installations found not in compliance with Electrical Code; reinspects stopped projects to ensure violations have been corrected. Reviews plans and specifications to ensure that electrical system components used comply with approved plans in the field. Provides information to contractors, electricians, and owners regarding Electrical Codes and special problems found in the field. Maintains a file of permits received listing inspections, violations, and final dispositions. Reviews plans and specifications for compliance with Code in the absence of the Electrical Inspection Supervisor. Receives and reviews permits for electrical installations; determines inspection schedule. Collects evidence of code violations and reviews cases with the supervisor before issuance of warrants or citations; issues approved warrants or citations to persons responsible for code violations. Prepares a daily report listing inspections completed and any violations found. Receives complaints and requests for inspections by telephone and provides information regarding Electrical Codes. Notifies the appropriate utility of special problems noted during inspections; completes releases allowing utilities to connect service after final inspection and approval. Operates a City pool automobile in the performance of essential job functions.
Minimum Qualifications and Additional Requirements:
These knowledge, skills, and abilities are usually, although not always, acquired through completion of high school or two (2) years of vocational-technical training in the Building or Electrical Trades and two (2) years of experience in the installation of electrical wiring systems. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.
Must possess State of Arkansas Journeyman or Master Electrician’s license prior to employment and maintain licensure for the duration of employment in this position.
This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise.
City of Little Rock, AR - 16 months ago
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