Construction Inspector Trainee - 1825

Transportation and Infrastructure New York, New York


Description

STV currently has an opening in its’ NYSDOT field Office for an Construction Inspector Trainee/Engineering Technician for our Transportation and Infrastructure division to work on transportation projects in the New York Metropolitan Area.  A primary purpose of NYSDOT’s Consultant Trainee Program is to train and upgrade minorities and women in the engineering consultant industry.  The six month program leads the successful candidate to continued employment as a construction inspector upon meeting the requirements for NICET Level I certification.

The candidate should have a minimum of at least one construction season (6 months) of work experience in highway, bridge or other civil engineering related construction inspection, or: completion of at least one year (30 credits hours) of college course work as part of an Associate’s Degree program in civil engineering, civil engineering tech., construction technology, engineering science or survey technology or: completion of at least one year (30 semester credit hours) of college course work as part of a Bachelor’s Degree program in engineering, engineering technology, mathematics, architecture or architectural technology, construction technology, environmental technology, landscape architecture, surveying, physics, geology or forestry.

The Construction Inspector Trainee will work under supervision of senior inspectors for inspection of structural repairs to bridges.  Frequently, work will be height and will not be ADA accessible.  Work locations are generally not easily reached by public transportation and the trainee may be required to have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

STV is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Company practices and employment decisions, including those regarding recruitment, hiring, assignment, promotion and compensation, shall not be based on any person’s race, color, religion, ancestry or national origin, creed, age, disability (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical), marital status, sexual orientation, or gender.