Inspect residential and commercial buildings for compliance with all plumbing codes, ordinances, standards, rules, and regulations. Check design, construction and quality of materials, and location of plumbing systems. Review multi-family residential, commercial, and industrial plumbing plans and specifications.
- Inspect and regulate installations of plumbing systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.
- Check the design, construction, and location of systems for compliance with state and municipal plumbing regulations and related standards.
- Read and interpret construction plans in conjunction with actual construction.
- Interpret product listings and installation requirements.
- Interpret and apply plumbing statutes to the inspection.
- Consult and advise builders of plumbing code requirements needed to pass inspection.
- Meet with staff, general contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, and other customers to explain code requirements and resolve conflicts and problems.
- Answer technical questions from the public regarding city, State, and applicable local requirements of the plumbing code.
- Coordinate with other divisions and governmental agencies on final project acceptance.
- Write inspection reports.
- Keep accurate inspection records.
- Enter inspection results into computer system.
- High School diploma or GED One year of experience as a plumbing inspector, or an equivalent combination of education and experience enabling the incumbent to perform the essential functions of the position.
- Ability to pass reference checks and satisfy the requirements of a background check.
Licensing and Special Requirements:
- Valid driver's license and the ability to meet the city's driving standards.
- State of Oregon Inspector certification.
- State of Oregon journeyman plumber’s license.
- State of Oregon A-level Plumbing Inspector certification.
- State of Oregon Residential Dwelling Plumbing Inspector certification.
- State of Oregon Medical Gas Inspector certification with 12 months of hire.
- The city will consider combination of education and experience which are assets to successful performance of the job.
- State of Oregon Post Earthquake Damage Inspector registration
Compensation: $32.47 - $43.50 Hourly
How to Apply:
To view the complete job posting and apply, go to the City of Beaverton's career pages here: https://www.beavertonoregon.gov/jobs