Land Development Construction Inspector (Municipal)
Description

TPD is seeking enthusiastic construction inspectors to join our municipal services team. Our ideal candidates will have 2+ years of inspection experience and possess a NICET certification. When submitting your resume please list all certifications you possess, date obtained, expiration date, and the corresponding identification numbers for the certification(s).


Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Inspection of municipal projects which include roadways, curbs, sidewalk, storm sewer, detention basins, soil and erosion control measures, water mains, sanitary sewers, and pump stations.
  • Monitoring and documentation of daily construction activity, equipment and manpower; verification of conformance of materials and equipment with approved shop drawing submittals
  • Oversight of contractor startup and testing activities
  • Monitoring of work performance and documentation of variances from established schedules
  • Evaluation of contractor payment requests and maintenance of changes to record documents and assistance with the preparation of “as built” drawings.

Technical learning is encouraged both externally, as well as within TPD’s own University program (TPDU). TPD strongly encourages and supports individual’s career growth and upward mobility. As staff members advance in their career paths, opportunities may arise for advanced roles, in turn increasing responsibility and leadership options.


Requirements

  • High School Graduate
  • 2+ years’ inspection experience
  • NICET (preferred)
  • Candidates with supervisory and/or journeyman experience in the construction trades will also be considered.

REASONS TO WORK FOR TPD

We are a dynamic team of multi-disciplinary transportation professionals that innovate, collaborate, learn from each other, and serve the needs of our clients and the public. Our team of 200+ engineering, design, planning professionals share a mission to improve the quality of life for the public. We are deeply dedicated to our company values, which include a commitment to: fostering a healthy work-life balance; bettering our surrounding communities through charitable work and giving; staff, client, and geographic diversity; Professional Development; meeting the needs of the public; as well as active engagement in the shaping of policy.


Our team members produce exceptional work products and are supported in their growth through some of the most competitive benefits in the industry. TPD offers a competitive salary and benefits, including an unmatched flex-time policy, Paid Time Off, parental leave, and a Professional Development program designed to help our staff continue their education and training throughout their careers.


ABOUT TPD’S CULTURE

Ranked the overall #4 Best Civil Engineering Firm to Work for in the Nation (#1 in our size category), and residing on the list of the Engineering News Record (ENR)’s Top 500 Design Firms in the nation, we are proud of our success and growth as a multi-disciplinary engineering firm since our inception in 1989. With 13 offices throughout the eastern United States, no project is too small or too large for our professionals. From local streetscape or trail design projects to corridor improvement projects spanning miles, we take pride in everything we produce as a team. Our staff has become like a second family, with group potlucks, coordinated fitness challenges, organized community improvement events and regular happy hours. We seek opportunities to spend time with each other outside work because we genuinely enjoy each other’s company. At TPD, we offer a creative, supportive, flexible, and fun environment, an ideal environment to continue your career.


*TPD is an Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity. It is our policy to not discriminate against employees or employment applicants for any reason including, but not limited to: veteran status, uniformed service member status, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, genetic information or any other protected class under federal, state, or local law.