Building Inspector Resume
What does a building inspector do?
The building inspector monitors and controls technical procedures and specifications of the building process. The building inspector verifies the building's conformity with the building project and with the conditions mentioned in the building authorization; verifies the work health and security measures; is responsible with the environment protection and the protection of the public interests.
Job description The job of a building inspector entails monitoring the building process, monitoring the quality and quantity of work, monitoring conformity with the building project and with the building authorization, managing relations with sub-contractors, negotiating and consulting with other parties involved, registering building stages and progress.
What it takes to succeed
To get a job as a building inspector one should have graduated from a technical vocational building school or a construction specialized high school (depending on jurisdiction). Sometimes passing an exam is required, usually organized by the building inspection authority.
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Building Inspector Resume Sample
Name: Anna Haven
Birth date: 16.05.1979
Address and Contact Details: 2399 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44115, (203) 972-5000
Marital Status: Married, 4 children
Driver's license: Yes
I'm an architecture graduate with working experience in the field of building inspections. I'm specialized in evaluating reinforced-concrete structures, but I am capable of identifying the compliance to general and regional regulations of any given building and of evaluating building contents, fire safety systems and other protection equipment.
My primary objective is to find a position that can offer me the opportunity to use my extensive construction and architectural knowledge in assessing the safety characteristics of buildings in our community.
Architectural professional with experience in building inspections, I wish to apply for the job your agency is offering and to contribute to its development, while contributing to the safety and well-being of our community.
construction and architectural knowledge, capacity to work on field, physical abilities, ability to collaborate with teams of professionals, experience in evaluating electrical, plumbing or elevator systems.
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Brian Wert Inspection Agency, Wisconsin, 2003-2010
In charge with conducting inspections in private homes, commercial and office buildings, for the benefit of private prospective home buyers that needed assistance in determining if contractual safety regulations are respected.
Reinforced-concrete structures inspector
Middle Department Inspection Agency, Pennsylvania, 1999-2003
In charge with evaluating reinforced-concrete structures, starting with the supervision of the architectural plan and the on field evaluation of the construction steps and ending with the final evaluation of conformity to safety standards.
Education and Training:
International Code Council degree in building inspections
Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Ohio University
In my previous working positions I have managed to properly evaluate buildings with positive results and I have contributed to the safety of the residents.
Areas of interest:
Architecture, engineering, physics, business, technology
Mr. Adam Sandler, Department of Housing Inspections, Brian Wert Inspection Agency, Wisconsin