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Urban Engineers, Inc. Construction Inspectors & Technicians in Erie, Pennsylvania

Company Overview:

Our culture is built around our people. Voted a top workplace by our employees, we are committed to advancing careers and providing a foundation for professional growth. Urban offers a wide range of health, welfare and financial benefits to our employees, as well as career development through our own Urban Training Institute, tuition assistance program, and certification incentives.

Founded in 1960, Urban provides services for buildings, ports, transit, railroads, airports, bridges, and highways. We specialize in engineering design, environmental, planning, construction services, and program management. By providing innovation, technical excellence, and on-time performance, we create value for a proud Urban family.

Position Description: There are positions available in central Pennsylvania, including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Erie, Allentown, Scranton, Mechanicsburg, State College and Williamsport, in the Construction Management Department for Transportation Construction Inspectors/Supervisors/Managers for highway construction projects. This position will be responsible for the inspection of highways and bridges and documenting that they are being constructed in conformance with the plans and specifications. You will be responsible for inspecting and documenting the field activities performed by the contractor on a daily basis and act as a representative for the client. Communication between the inspection team, contractor, and client is required on a daily basis. Other tasks may include but not limited to: Project Site Activity (PSA) reports, electronic tablet and computer usage, processing payments, issuing work authorizations and work orders, and monitoring of the project schedule.

Job Requirements:

Minimum requirements for the following positions (PennDOT experience preferred):

  • Technical Assistant (TA) – High School Diploma and able to read, write and basic math skills.

  • Transportation Construction Inspector (TCI) – Two years of transportation highway construction inspection experience or four years’ experience in highway construction and must have two of the following certifications: NICET (Highway Construction), NECEPT Asphalt, or NECEPT/PennDOT Concrete. A B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering or similar can be substituted for experience. A Professional Engineers License can be substituted for experience.

  • Transportation Construction Supervisor (TCIS) – Six years of transportation, highway or bridge construction inspection supervisor/management experience or five years of transportation highway construction inspection experience and must have the following certifications: NICET Level III (Highway Construction), NECEPT Asphalt, or NECEPT/PennDOT Concrete. A B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering or similar can be substituted for four years of experience. A Professional Engineers License can be substituted for experience.

  • Transportation Construction Manager (TCM) – Eight years of transportation highway construction inspection supervisor/management experience or six years of transportation, highway or bridge construction inspection experience and must have all of the following certifications: NICET Level IV (Highway Construction), NECEPT Asphalt, or NECEPT/PennDOT Concrete. A B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering or a Professional Engineers License can be substituted for four years of experience. A Professional Engineers License can be substituted for a NICET certification.

    Additional requirements:

  • PennDOT ECMS v3 and PPCC experience preferred.

  • Basic computer skills to use an electronic tablet and computer for reviewing construction drawings/specifications and completing project documentation are required.

  • Navigate construction sites in different types of terrain and weather conditions.

  • Work hours may include day and/or night shift work, and weekends, based on the type of operation taking place.

  • Communication - Both verbal and writing skills are required.

  • Candidates must also have their own vehicle, and have a valid driver’s license.

    Incentive: Sign-on bonuses available from $500-$2000 depending on experience level, 50% in your first paycheck and the remaining 50% payable following ninety (90) days of employment!

    Benefits Offered:

  • Medical/Prescription

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Life Insurance

  • Short/Long Term Disability

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • 401K and company match

  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)

  • Vacation, Holiday, and Personal Days

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Professional Development

  • Certification Bonus

    Req: 613 #LI-LH

    Please include a PDF or Word Document Version of your resume

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