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QEI Job Listings
Garry Kosinski / Program Administrator
(888) 511-3113, Ext. # 4


American Loss Prevention Services
is hiring in the Buffalo area for full time and part time QEI certified elevator inspectors. Flexible scheduling; Standard pay scale, mileage and tolls reimbursed. For more information please go to www.alpsqei.com. Interested parties should e-mail resume and/or CV's to Sharon Hicks at sharonalps@hotmail.com.
ATIS Elevator Inspections, a division of American Testing and Inspection Services, is seeking full and part-time Qualified Elevator Inspectors (QEI) in Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, upstate New York, Maryland, Delaware, South Carolina and Virginia.

About ATIS: Founded in 2012, ATIS's mission is to become America's premier elevator inspection business by empowering our employees to provide reliable and timely results. With operations in more than 15 states, ATIS is quickly expanding its footprint to better service local and national accounts.

Essential QEI Duties: Inspect installation and operation of elevators, escalators, and related conveyance equipment to verify compliance with applicable building and safety codes. Investigate concerns of code violations, and reinvestigate to verify corrective actions. Interpret and explain rules, regulations, ordinances, and safety standards to clients. Prepare and maintain accurate records and inspection reports. Follow prescribed company standards, forms, processes, and procedures in fulfilling job requirements.

Job Requirements: Elevator (QEI) Certificate of Accreditation, issued by the following ASME approved agencies:
Elevator Industry Work Preservation Fund, (410)312-1474; www.eiwpf.org
National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities International, (360)292-4968; www.naesai.org
QEI Services Inc., (888)651-9209; www.qeiservices.com

Please send resume to: careers@americantesting.com or call: 855.755.ATIS (2847).
BROWARD COUNTY FLORIDA - (Ft. Lauderdale) is looking for a ELEVATOR SECTION SUPERVISOR.

This is advanced technical and supervisory work in the enforcement of Chapter 399 of the Florida Statutes, the Florida Building Code and other related regulations.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
For required certifications, additional information and on-line application and all go to "hot jobs" @ www.broward.org/careers.

All submissions must be received on later than 5:00 PM on Friday, March 8, 2013. Phone: (954)357-6445.

All certifications, education, and experience must be documented and verifiable.

BROWARD COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND PROVIDER OF SERVICES

CNY Elevator Inspections Inc. (CNYEI) is looking for a part-time Elevator Inspector in the Rochester area. If interested, please call 1-800-976-7035 or e-mail us at info@cnyei.com.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Department of Labor & Industry
UCC ELEVATOR INSEPCTOR and SUPERVISOR
Openings in the Central Pennsylvania Region and in the Northeast Pennsylvania Region.

JOB DESCRIPTION
As a UCC Elevator Inspector, you will perform technical elevator inspection work. You will conduct independent inspections of elevators and other lifting devices to ensure compliance with the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) and other state laws regulating their construction, maintenance and operation. You may provide on-the-job training to UCC Elevator Inspector Trainees.
As a UCC Elevator Inspection Supervisor, you will perform technical supervisory duties in the elevator inspection program within an assigned district. Your work will involve assigning and reviewing the work for UCC Elevator Inspectors and Trainees. You will review elevator inspection reports and recommendations for compliance with departmental policies and procedures and assist in difficult inspections.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Please make sure you meet all requirements. If after reading the requirements you are not sure you qualify, contact one of the Commission's offices listed at the end of this announcement.
You must be willing to travel. Travel expenses will be paid.
You must be a Pennsylvania resident, of good moral character and able to perform the essential functions of the job.
Necessary Special Requirement
Both Job Titles: Possession of a valid Qualified Elevator Inspector qualification.
The Department of Labor and Industry accepts Elevator (QEI) Certificate of Accreditation, issued by the following ASME approved agencies:
  - Elevator Industry Work Preservation Fund, (410) 312-1474; www.eiwpf.org
  - National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities International,
(360) 292-4968; www.naesai.org
  - QEI Services Inc., (888) 651-9209; www.qeiservices.com
Post Employment Requirements
Both Job Titles:
  Employees must obtain a valid certification issued by the Department of Labor and Industry, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as an Elevator Inspector within the probationary period.
UCC Elevator Inspection Supervisor only:
  Employees must obtain valid certifications issued by the Department of Labor and Industry, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as a Passenger Ropeway Inspector and Building Code Official within the probationary period.
Condition of Employment
UCC Elevator Inspector only:
  Certain positions in this job may require a valid certification issued by the Department of Labor and Industry, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as a Passenger Ropeway Inspector.
Both Job Titles:
  Certain positions in these jobs will require possession of a valid driver's license.
Minimum Requirements
UCC Elevator Inspector:
  Successful completion of the UCC Elevator Inspector Trainee program; OR two years of experience which involved the inspection, installation, repair, maintenance, or design of elevators, passenger ropeways, or other lifting devices.
UCC Elevator Inspection Supervisor:
  Two years of experience as a UCC Elevator Inspector; OR four years of experience which involved the inspection, installation, repair, maintenance, or design of elevators, passenger ropeways, or other lifting devices.

REMEMBER: Applicants must list their QEI qualification number and certifying agency in Section 9 of the Application.

Application link:
PA Civil Service Test Announcement link: UCC Elevator Inspector and Supervisor

http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/http;//www.portal.state.pa.us;80/portal/server.pt/
gateway/PTARGS_0_73945_1186725_0_0_18/2011-118_UCC_Elevator_Inspector_and_Supervisor.html


The following link, How to Get a Civil Service Job, provides detailed application procedures for students that wish to apply for this (or other PA Civil Service covered career opportunities):
http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/general_information/14274/
how_to_get_a_civil_service_job/590778


The following link is to the PA State Civil Service Website where application can be made online or where a paper application can be downloaded from the How to Get a Civil Service Job Instruction page:
www.scsc.state.pa.us

Interested parties can contact Susan Zehner with questions, or require clarification on the application process at szehner@pa.gov.
National Elevator Inspection Services (NEIS) has positions for QEI Inspectors in the following areas: Pennsylvania, Up State New York, New York City, Virginia/Maryland area, California, Florida, Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire.
Contact #: 1-800-886-6347


NYC DOB; positions available for licensed NYC Elevator Inspectors.

Must have a current NYCDOB Elevator Inspector's license (with a QEI is a plus). Valid NYS Driver's License.

Positions available: F/T elevator field inspector, P/T elevator field inspector.

For complete job listing Click Here.


State of Hawaii Executive Branch, Department of Labor & Industrial Relations
ELEVATOR INSPECTOR II (I); SR-21 (SR-19) - Oahu
Opening Date: March 30, 2012               Closing Date: Continuous

DUTIES SUMMARY
Responsible for performing inspections and investigations of accidents involving elevators and kindred equipment used in hoisting, lowering and transporting people and materials, to ensure compliance with pertinent safety codes, laws, rules and standards. Types of equipment inspected include elevator, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walks, hoists, lifts and amusement rides. In order to conduct safety inspections of the equipment described, a person must be a qualified elevator inspector, in accordance with requirements defined in State law and departmental rules.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must meet all the requirements for the position they are seeking as of the date of the application, unless otherwise specified. Please note that unless specifically indicated, the required education and experience may not be gained concurrently.

For more details concerning the MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS & a copy SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE please Click Here.

APPLICATION and SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE may be obtained from www.hawaii.gov/labor/jobs       or
Department of Labor and Industrial Relations
830 Punchbowl Street, Room 312
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Recruitment Hours: Mondays thru Fridays 8:00am 4:00pm
Closed on State Observed Holidays

Submit completed Application and Supplemental Questionnaire to address above.

State of Nevada, Department of Business and Industry Division, Division of Industrial Relations

DEPUTY DIVISION ADMINISTRATOR, MECHANICAL SECTION

Annual Salary: Up to $81,584* (employee/employer paid retirement plan)

*NOTE: Per NV State Legislature, State of Nevada Classified/Unclassified employees are subject to a mandatory unpaid furlough requirement of 48 hours per year through June 30, 2015.

The Nevada Division of Industrial Relations (DIR) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Deputy Division Administrator to oversee its Mechanical section. Under the direction of the Division Administrator, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is charged with administration of statutory programs and policies to ensure the safe operation of boilers, elevators, and pressure vessels in the State of Nevada. Responsibilities include management of a staff of 34 employees located in Henderson and Reno.


For complete job listing Click Here.

Thompson Elevator Inspection Service is actively seeking QEI certified inspectors looking for new job opportunities or a change in career in northeast Illinois. Inspector shall inspect, but not limited to, equipment such as Elevators, Escalators, Man-lifts, Wheelchair Lifts and Dumbwaiters. In addition, shall have a thorough knowledge of the installation and maintenance of the conveyance equipment, current Elevator Codes and experience in the Elevator Industry or a related field. The individual shall possess good time management and ability to communicate well and provide a high level of detail and attention to the equipment being inspected.

Contact Patty Young at 847-296-8211 for more information.
Send resumes to info@thompsonelevator.com

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Elevator Inspector I for The City of Tulsa, Oklahoma

Under general supervision performs entry level inspections in securing compliance with the City's building and elevator codes and regulations governing existing and new elevators, chairlifts, dumbwaiters and wheelchair lifts and other related assigned duties. More details and an online application form available at the following link.

https://www.cityoftulsa.org/our-city/jobs/current-openings/office-support-and-technical/elevator-inspector-i-.aspx


Washington, DC Metropolitan Area
Position Title: Sr. Elevator Inspector
Salary: $62,400-$72,800 annually PT/FT (Contract to Permanent w/Benefits)
Hours: Days/Nights/Weekends Required
Reports to: Owner


ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

Determines compliance or non-compliance with code requirements. Investigates concerns of code violations, and reinvestigates to verify correction actions. Interprets and explains rules, regulations, ordinance, and standards to clients, architects, building management personnel, code authorities, property owners, and contractors. Prepares and maintains accurate written and complete reports and submits records of inspections performed by due date specified. Follows prescribed company standards, forms, processes, and procedures in fulfilling job requirements. Obtains approval from management for deviation based on individual client needs. Complies with all applicable safety rules and procedures common to the trade. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested. Inspects installation and operations of elevators, escalators, and related lifting equipment to verify compliance with related building codes and safety codes for Elevators and Escalators. Inspections will be completed within the standards of the Authority Having Jurisdiction and the inspector's certification standards.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

Preference of 5 plus years relevant elevator industry experience and prefer a minimum of 3 years conducting maintenance evaluations, audits and/or inspections. Requires experience necessary to obtain an Elevator Inspector Certificate issued by the state work is to be performed. Certified Q.E.I. inspector with current (unexpired) license. QEI certification must be maintained by the employee.

Please Contact:
Carla D. Thomas
Adonai Consultants, Inc.
4601 Presidents Drive
Lanham, MD 20706
ct@adonaiconsults.com
Phone: 240-770-5560
Fax: 240-770-3957

Washington State Department of Labor and Industries
Position Title: Elevator Inspector
Salary: $3,894-$5,108 Monthly and complete Benefits Package

Multiple opportunities in Tumwater, Tacoma, Tukwila, Seattle and Bellevue.

Interested in applying, for additional information or if you have questions, contact:

Surie Hughes, Staffing Consultant
360-902-5241 or e-mail myes235@lni.wa.gov

WMATA
Elevator/Escalator Inspector - (Maintenance Coordinator)

Job # 131054

POSITION SUMMARY:
This is a highly skilled and technical maintenance coordination work involving auditing of preventive and corrective maintenance on escalators and elevator in support of the entire Metrorail system. Employee performs inspections; conducts investigations; responds to escalator and elevator emergencies, accidents/incidents, and equipment outages; and produces written audits and/or reports to document findings and recommendations for corrective actions. Employee audits and monitors work performed by WMATA and contractor personnel. Employee monitors adherence to applicable Federal, State, and Local codes. Employee has comprehensive working knowledge of codes, escalator and elevator systems, and troubleshooting and maintenance procedures. Employee has considerable latitude for independent judgement within established guidelines.

MAJOR DUTIES:
Audits escalator/elevator maintenance and repair requirements and mechanics who are performing work. Provides technical assistance to ELES for troubleshooting and repairing escalators and elevators.

Audits and monitors contractors on escalator and elevator replacement and rehabilitation projects to ensure that work is done in accordance with specifications and appropriate codes. Audits activities of in-house and contractor personnel.

Performs independent audits of escalators and elevators to assure that all scheduled and required inspections are conducted in accordance with established codes. Performs inspections on maintenance and repair work and assesses workmanship, completeness, and compliance with applicable Federal, State, and Local codes; engineering orders; drawing specifications: procedures and standard maintenance practices.

Reviews specifications, drawing, schematics, and contracts for accuracy and completeness.

Reviews service tickets and other maintenance-related documents as part of maintenance audit process.

Conducts investigations and responds to escalator and elevator emergencies, accidents/incidents, and equipment outages. Produces written reports to document findings and recommendations for corrective actions.

Maintains effective contact with Federal, State and Local code enforcement agencies.

Performs related duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough working knowledge of escalator and elevator systems, troubleshooting techniques, and maintenance procedures.

Knowledge of building codes, for safety codes, OSHA safety regulations, and their application to the installation operation, and maintenance of the Authority's escalators and elevators.

Ability to use electronic and other test devices and to stay abreast of state-of-the-art technology.

Ability to review and interpret blueprints, schematics, diagrams, and manufacturer's maintenance manuals.

Ability to prepare comprehensive documents that identify deficiencies noted are corrected in a timely manner.

Ability to maintain audit records and conduct follow-up to ensure deficiencies noted are corrected in a timely and effective manner.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals; Federal, State, and Local code enforcement agencies; and other organizations with whom interface is required.

Ability to communicate effectively.

Ability to work variable hours and at variable locations.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate and training in one of the following engineering disciplines: mechanical, electrical, electronic. A minimum of four (4) years responsible experience in one of these disciplines, including at least two (2) years training and technical work experience in a relevant applied engineering area which demonstrates a high degree of proficiency in performing maintenance and maintenance inspections on escalators and/or elevators. Applicant must be qualified in the maintenance, repair, and inspection of escalator and/or elevator support equipment. Applicant must be certified by the National Association of Elevator Safety Authority International (NAESAI), Elevator Industry Work Preservation Fund (EIWPF) or QEI Services through ANSI/ASME QEI-1 qualification test.

Or, and equivalent combination of post-high school education and more than six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in one of the following disciplines: mechanical, electrical, and electronic. Must be qualified in the maintenance, repair, and inspection of and/or elevator support equipment. Certification by the National Association of Elevator Safety Authority International (NAESAI), Elevator Industry Work Preservation Fund (EIWPF) or QEI Services through ANSI/ASME QEI-1 qualification test. Incumbent must also demonstrate a high degree of proficiency in performing maintenance inspections on escalator and/or elevators.

LICENSE:
Possession of a valid District of Columbia, Maryland or Virginia motor vehicle operator's permit issued from the jurisdiction of residence, or the ability to acquire one on a timely basis.

Posssession of a current certification by NAESAI, EIWPF or QEI Services, as required above.

Please apply at http://www.wmata.com/careers/ or e-mail resumes to: smorales@wmata.com.

If you have any questions regarding the EIWPF QEI program, please do not hesitate to call us at (888) 511-3113 ext. #4.

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