Jacobs Field Inspection Technician Career Level in Atlanta, Georgia
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We’re looking for a Utilities Coordinator Construction Engineering Inspector to join our Jacobs team. In this role, you will provide Utility Coordination during Project Construction phase to include:
Observing, inspecting, and documenting the utility work to determine the progress and quality of work, identify discrepancies, report significant discrepancies to the Department, and direct the contractor, utility owner, or utility contractor to correct such observed discrepancies.
Becoming familiar with the standard utility construction practices of the Department, contractual requirements (Worksite Utility Coordination Supervisor (WUCS), Special Provisions, etc.), the utility construction plans, utility adjustment schedules, utility/railroad agreements, and utility permits for the project, and the Contractor's proposed schedule of operations prior to beginning field work under a project.
Attending utility and construction conferences and/or meetings required to carrying out the scope of services and provide weekly report
As Utility Inspector, abiding by the Specifications, Special Provisions, the Utility Accommodation Policy and Standards Manual, current edition, the utility permit, the utility adjustment schedule, and The Source of the State of Georgia Department of Transportation.
As required by Department’s Sampling and Testing Standards, sampling and testing materials for utility work in the construction project as pay items and rejecting any work and materials not meeting the Utility Relocation Plans, Specifications, Special Provisions, or The Source of the State of Georgia Department of Transportation.
Making certain that test report records or certificates of compliance for utility work in the project as pay items have been received, prior to the incorporation of materials in the work, for materials tested off the project site.
Bring your curiosity, talent for multi-tasking and collaboration, and extreme organizational skills and we’ll help you grow, pursue and fulfill what drives you – so we can make big impacts on the world, together.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree in Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management Or degree in Civil Engineering Technology, Construction Management and two (2) years of progressive transportation technical experience as an employee or consultant for a State Highway Agency or Local Agency.
Non-engineering/Construction Management Degree or High School Diploma or GED and four (4) years of progressive transportation technician experience as an employee or consultant for a State Highway Agency or Local Agency
Knowledge of mathematical functions, including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry related to highway/transportation engineering.
Valid driver’s license
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