QEI Job Listings

Elevator Inspector, Journey POSTED: 3/3/2021
Salary: $43.13 – $50.17 Hourly
Location: Seattle, WA
Job Type: Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time
Department: Seattle Department of Construction & Inspection
Job Number: 2021-00173
Closing: 3/16/2021 4:00 PM Pacific

Position Description
Are you looking to join a team of talented, skilled, and dedicated professionals who are committed to providing excellent service? As stewards and regulators of land and buildings, the Department of Construction and Inspections is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the equity, livability, safety, and health in our communities. We are very pleased to announce an opportunity to join the SDCI team as an Elevator Inspector, Journey.

Each inspector independently conducts the required inspections on elevators, escalators, and conveyance equipment within an assigned geographic area.
Inspections are performed on all new and altered conveyance installations and annual certification inspections of over 6600 existing conveyances are performed

Job Responsibilities
You will feel prepared to take on this role if you can:
Use your independent judgment and ability to interpret and apply the relevant code requirements to evaluate the safety and compliance features of widely varied installations.
Resolve problems and assist contractors with technical advice on equipment changes or alterations concerning code compliance and take equipment out of service as determined
to be appropriate.
Communicate effectively with contractors, repair and maintenance personnel, owners, and the public to resolve property violations and non-compliance, and provide advice and
interpretation of regulations.
Check and test elevator equipment upon completion of construction of major installations or alterations to determine compliance with ASME and other applicable codes and
regulations and may lead a team of inspectors in such inspections.
Inspect existing installations to ensure proper operating condition and safety of equipment. Perform follow-up inspections of installations placed out of service to determine
compliance and suitability to be placed back into service.
Maintain files on new installations, major modifications, and annual certifications. Write annual reports on code violations and potentially unsafe conditions.
Review new technology relating to elevators and similar equipment for compliance with codes. Review proposed new codes for adoption. Observe and evaluate safety
tests performed by elevator maintenance contractors for approval.
Inform owners, operators, and contractors regarding applicable code provisions and violations. Post such notices as “Unsafe” and “Stop Work” as necessary. Remove unsafe
conveyances from service when required.
Perform fire service tests, life safety tests, and emergency power tests for elevators and related equipment.
Enter inspection information electronically.
Understand and commit to actively supporting the City and Department goals in promoting racial equity and social justice.

Your effectiveness and ability to succeed in this position will be enhanced by your:
Ability to work independently and under limited supervision.
Ability to interpret and apply guidelines and specifications to resolve complex elevator issues and problems.
Your excellent customer service and strong writing and communication skills. Your basic knowledge of computers and MS Outlook and Word and your project management
and leadership skills.

Minimum Qualifications:
Four years of experience as a Journey level elevator mechanic (two years equivalent to an elevator inspector entry level and two additional years of progressively responsible and
recent experience), or as an elevator inspector for a public sector organization enforcing elevator safety codes in relation to a wide variety of equipment.
Any other combination of equivalent education, training and experience providing the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered.

Desired Qualifications:
Attend certification for QEI within 12 months of hire date.
Be able to learn and perform SDCI plan review and permitting process and assist when needed.
Occasional overtime may be required.

Work Environment/Physical Demands:
Must exercise caution in working at heights in elevator shafts or open hoist ways, inspecting silent moving equipment, climbing ladders to gain access to roof-top machine rooms,
and crawling into hoist way pit areas.
Climb near and work around very high (480) voltage, wiring and equipment.
Sometimes exposed to hazardous/toxic chemicals and materials.

Additional Information
Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including a pre-employment physical, a driving abstract, and a background check of conviction and arrest records in compliance with Seattle’s Fair Chance Employment Ordinance, SMC 14.17. Applicants will be provided an opportunity to explain or correct background information.

Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is a proud participant in the Race and Social Justice Initiative, a citywide effort to realize the vision of racial equity.

We require a strong commitment to customer service and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply.

Agency: City of Seattle
Address: Seattle Municipal Tower 700 5th Avenue, Suite 5500, Seattle, Washington, 98104

To Apply Please Visit Our Website At:http://www.seattle.gov/jobs

Elevator Management Services – Elevator InspectorPOSTED: 1/19/2021
Inspects elevator and escalator equipment to verify it is operating in accordance with all applicable jurisdiction code requirements and manufacturer’s specifications.
Examines equipment and site to identify possible defects and faults in equipment, maintenance, machine room, hoistway and pit.
Witness of standard testing methods to ensure equipment operation meets established code requirements.
Completes deficiency and test reports and submits to the state.
Operates in accordance with established safety practices.

Possession of current QEI (Qualified Elevator Inspector) certification.
Two to Five years’ experience in the elevator industry with a working knowledge of elevator mechanics, maintenance, repairs, and testing of elevator systems.
Education in an engineering discipline which may account for field related experience.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software applications.

Position provides a very flexible work environment.
Inspectors work daily off-site at a commercial building setting such as: offices, hospitals, universities, apartments, and industrial sites.
Position requires physical ability to climb ladders and ride on top of elevator unit to inspect.
Limited in-office time.
Inspection appointments are scheduled by office personnel.
Customer deficiency reports and invoices are prepared by office personnel.

Elevators Management Services provides favorable compensation plans for the industry.

Founded in 2007, Elevator Management Services (EMS) provides inspection and consulting for all forms of vertical transportation. Based in Pittsburgh, EMS manages
over 2,000 elevators across the country. For more information, please visit us elevmgmt.com.
Interested candidates please contact Rich Sieber at richard.sieber@elevmgmt.com or 412.926.3970.

Elevator Management Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such we recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job classifications without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, sexual orientation, genetics, status as a protected veteran, or any other non-job-related characteristics.

State of Iowa – Bureau ChiefPOSTED: 12/15/2020
Salary: $60,320.00 – $107,432.00 Annually
Location: Des Moines – 50309 – Polk County, IA
Job Type: Full-time
Agency: Iowa Workforce Development
Job Number: 21-01454
Point of Contact: Joseph Mullen – joseph.mullen@iwd.iowa.gov

For more information Click here

NEIS/Bureau Veritas – ColoradoPOSTED: 12/3/2020
QEI inspectors needed immediately
Competitive salary offered with potential signing bonus.
If interested please contact:
James Meyer, Area Vice President, NEIS/Bureau Veritas
Email: james.meyer@bureauveritas.com
Phone: (916) 752-3929

Thompson Elevator Inspection Service, Inc. – IllinoisPOSTED: 4/14/2020
Thompson Elevator Inspection Service, Inc. is currently accepting applications for already, or soon to be, QEI and State of Illinois certified inspectors for performing code and permit inspections as well as required Category witnessing tests in the suburban Chicagoland area including Lake, McHenry, DuPage, Cook, Kane, Will counties, but not limited to.

We offer you flexible appointment scheduling set up by our office which allows you to inspect and not worry about “office work”. It provides you weekly income supplement to you and your family especially now in these interesting times.

As an inspection company leader in the Chicagoland area, we welcome you to join our team of highly recognized professional inspectors into our working family-team environment. Our company is 5th generation in an industry who prides itself, and strives, to continue to making the world a safer place for the public and your families.

Best way to reach out to us:
Fax:847-296-5424 Attn: Patty Young
Mail:Thompson Elevator Inspection Service, Inc.
830 E Rand Rd Unit 10
Mt Prospect, IL 60056

JOIN THE EIS team – Chicago, ILPOSTED: 3/20/2020
Elevator Inspection Service Co., Inc. has immediate inspector opportunities in the Chicago Metropolitan area.
outstanding opportunity for retired, experienced field mechanics
flexible work schedule
great potential for income
valid QEI certification required (or qualified to sit for QEI exam)
valid Illinois elevator inspector license required

At EIS, you’ll work with the best! We have a leadership team that truly cares about their people and their clients. Our dedicated team members strive for excellence and have a great company culture.

Interested? Contact John Annoreno at 630.323.6541 or email: john.annoreno@elevator-inspection.com.
Elevator Inspection Service Co., Inc.
745 McClintock Dr, Suite 235
Burr Ridge, Illinois 60527


IEA Corp – Washington, DCPOSTED: 2/28/2020
IEA Corp, an EverWatch company is in search of three QEI Certified Elevator Inspectors to support the Department of State in Washington, DC (2 openings) and Oakland Park, FL (1 opening). The candidate may begin with a Secret clearance, an interim Secret clearance or a Top Secret clearance. Please note that the candidate must be willing to travel 40-50%.

A professional, experienced vertical transportation inspector to provide detailed code compliance safety inspections and oversight of required testing for vertical transportation equipment operating in the Department of State diplomatic facilities abroad. Work of this nature will require candidates to work with local elevator companies around the world and the ability to understand the elevator safety standards of the host nation. Performing quality inspections at some locations requires that the inspector is able to convey complicated requirements to those who are unfamiliar with US industry standard practices and therefore requires sound communication skills, command over the subject materials, patience and drive. The ability to manage and lead is essential.

Work with local resources to successfully accomplish the complicated task of vertical transportation inspection and testing.
Travel globally to conduct periodic elevator safety inspections and witness safety testing ensuring compliance with 15 FAM 660, OBO-Elevator
Management (OBO-EM) directives and applicable safety codes.
Witness required testing of various elevator safety components to ensure compliance with applicable safety codes, manufacturer’s specifications
and OBO-EM directives.
Conduct final acceptance inspections on new elevator and modernized elevator systems for compliance with OBO contract specifications,
OBO-EM directives and applicable codes.
Provide detailed inspection reports reflecting the inspection / testing results, identifying code deficiencies and recommendations.
Provide technical assistance to Facility Managers (FM) and / or Post POC regarding testing and inspection requirements.
Explain elevator safety code compliance deficiencies to the FM and / or Post POC in order resolve identified issues.
Perform detailed vertical transportation equipment condition assessment and provide a detailed report on findings.
Working with facility staff and local service contractors, lead the inspection and testing process to achieve the desired results.
Coordinate inspection scheduling with facility staff; submit the required travel documents; and make the necessary travel arrangements.
Confirm with facility staff that the local maintenance contractors understand the Scope of Work and are capable of performing the required tasks.
Assist in maintaining OBO- EM inspection statistics (spreadsheets, status reports) and GMMS database.
Assign GMMS work orders as directed by OBO-EM.
Assist in the peer review of plans, specifications, and technical reports prepared by others.
Assist OBO-EM in providing applicable safety and technical training.
Assist OBO-EM in presenting technical reports and propose solutions.
Explain technical requirements to others.
Assist in developing and implementing an OBO-EM elevator safety program presentation to Facility Managers, OBO staff and others.

Required Qualifications
The Elevator Inspector shall meet the below qualifications.
Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate.
Full time professional experience performing code compliance inspections of vertical transportation equipment and systems.
Must be certified as a Qualified Elevator Inspector (ASME QEI-1) by an organization accredited by the American National Standards Institute.
And must maintain QEI credentials through the contract period.
A proven track record of escalating responsibility and participation in vertical transportation inspection and testing in a major US market.
Initiative and sound judgement;
Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently;
Must be able endure the physical and mental challenges of global travel and working in varying political, climatic and economic environments.
A proven mastery of the materials, methods and target results that allows for creative problem solving; Ability to communicate effectively
both in writing and orally;
Detailed knowledge of elevator safety codes, building codes as they relate to elevator systems, and fire protection codes as they relate to elevator systems;
Ability to learn and apply foreign codes and standards;
Ability to drive the inspection process in locations where routine inspection and testing practices are different, lesser or nonexistent;
Demonstrated ability to work through complex issues of code compliance and the methods for obtaining results;
Strong working knowledge of MS Office products, MS Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.

Breanne Kretzschmar
EverWatch Corporation


ATIS Elevator Inspections, LLC – Saint Louis, MOPOSTED: 2/14/2020
ATIS is steadily growing and continues to look for Qualified Elevator Inspectors (QEI) to be part of our team! We are always interested in talking with QEIs in any part of the US, but we currently have a need for Inspectors in the following areas:
Colorado; Wisconsin; Arkansas; Pennsylvania; Vermont; Washington D.C.; Virginia; Maryland; Florida (Miami); Nevada (Las Vegas); Missouri (St. Louis); and Texas (Dallas/North)

Whether you are an Inspector who is considering different employment opportunities or retiring from the elevator industry and still want to use your talents in the field, ATIS could be the perfect partnership! If you have your QEI License and are interested in becoming an Elevator Inspector with ATIS, contact us today!

Perks and benefits of becoming an Inspector with ATIS include:
Flexible / accommodating work schedule
Potential travel to fun destinations to inspect (Las Vegas, Miami and more!)
Possible relocation to other parts of the US where there is a need for Inspectors
Reimbursement of costs/fees associated with QEI and state inspection licensing/renewal
Complete benefits package for full-time employees, which includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short/Long Term Disability, Flexible Spending Accounts,
Employee Assistance Program, additional Comprehensive Benefits, Paid Time Off, and 9 Paid Holidays per year!
Both full-time and part-time employees have the option to participate in 401k – which has included a company match for the past five years!

If you are ready to join a work family that places safety before profit and values your talents, we want to talk with you! To learn more, please visit our website: www.atis.com/careers, email us at Careers@ATIS.com, or call Sheena at 1-855-755-ATIS. We look forward to talking with you!

ATIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

For more information please contact Bob Capuani 217-720-4899

Bureau Veritas North America, Inc – Elevator InspectorPOSTED: 9/26/2019
Multiple openings in New York/Albany/Buffalo, NY
San Diego, CA
Washington, D.C.
Denver, CO

Conducts a range of trade specific inspections on elevators, escalators, mechanized walkways, and / or other lift machinery, verifying that the operation, construction, retrofit, or repair work in the field is performed in accordance with applicable code requirements, drawings, plans, specifications and contract documents.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: Other duties may be assigned.
Performs trade specific code and/ or Quality Control inspections on various phases/ aspects of elevator/ lift equipment, including installation, retrofit, repairs, periodic re-inspection, or related projects.
Detect possible defects and faults in equipment installations or operation and recommend or stipulate appropriate remedial measures.
Accurately reads, interprets, and comprehends equipment operation and installation plans and instructions.
Rides on top of, and crawls below elevator cars to perform shaft way and equipment operation inspections.
Utilizes standard testing devices and methods to ensure equipment operation meets established requirements, and to detect possible defects in equipment or installations.
Objectively interprets and consistently applies code requirements and related standards in accordance with state, local, and national regulations and department policies.
Effectively coordinates work schedule with elevator service companies/ technicians to ensure maximum operational efficiency.
Works cooperatively with property managers, service companies, and the general public.
Conducts all work operations in accordance with established safety practices, ensuring all work is completed without hazard to self or others.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Associates or Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering or construction discipline, with five or more years of experience performing elevator/ lift equipment
inspections and/ or repairs; or equivalent combination of education or experience.
Possession and maintenance of current QEI Inspector license, and other required certifications required.
Demonstrated knowledge of the following:
oThe methods and practices involved in installing, repairing and maintaining a variety of electric and hydraulic elevators, escalators and moving walks
oFundamental mechanical and electrical principles as they apply to elevators and similar controls
oStages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and corrected
oApplication of the American National Standard Safety Code for Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators and Moving Walks as referenced
and amended in the Construction Code, as well as A17.2 Inspectors Manual.
Demonstrated ability to use graphic instructions such as blueprints, schematic drawings and layouts, and comprehend and make inferences
from written materials and code documents.

IT/IS Skills:
Demonstrated knowledge of a variety of computer software applications in word processing, spreadsheets, document and database software (MS Office, Access, etc.). Knowledge and use of field Work Order Management systems and programs required.

Work Environment:
An employee in this position typically works in an industrial field environment, with daily exposure to operating machinery. Office time is limited.

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this Job, the incumbent is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; lift/ reach above shoulder level with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl while regularly working in small or restricted spaces; and speak and hear clearly. The incumbent frequently ascends and descend ladders or stairs and works at heights greater than 10 feet, and is frequently required to lift up to 20 pounds. The vision requirements include: ability to adjust focus, distance vision and close vision. Travel is requirement is up to 50%, dependent on assignment location and duration.

Kristy Phillips
Talent Acquisition Manager – North America
Bureau Veritas North America, Inc
16800 Greenspoint Park Dr
Houston, Texas 77060
Email: Kristy.Phillips@us.BureauVeritas.com
Direct: 281-986-1355

Apply: https://career5.successfactors.eu/career?company=BVPROD

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY – Internal Services DepartmentPOSTED: 7/19/2019
Position: Elevator Inspector
Salary Range: 77,164 – $119,702

Minimum Qualifications:
Must possess a Qualified Elevator Inspector credential issued by an Accredited Certifying Organization as specified in the ASME QEI-1 standard. Must be eligible to register as a Certified Elevator Inspector with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation as specified in Chapter 399, Florida Statutes within 45 calendar days after date of hire. Must be able to climb ladders and stairs. Must possess a Driver license. All credentials and licenses must be in good standing with the Certifying Organization with no pending complaints.

Applicants must apply online to Job Opening # 55517 by March 31, 2020 at https://www.miamidade.gov/jobs

Technical Inspection Agency – USAPOSTED: 7/12/2019
Position: QEI Inspector
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada; Dallas, Texas

Job Description:
Detect possible defects and faults in equipment installations or operation and recommend or stipulate appropriate remedial measures.
Objectively interpret and consistently apply code requirements and related standards in accordance with department policies.
Learn job-related material primarily through oral instruction and observation which takes place mainly in an on-the-job training setting.
Work cooperatively with the general public.
Comprehend and make inferences from written materials and code documents.

Knowledge of:
The methods and practices involved in installing, repairing and maintaining a variety of electric and hydraulic elevators,
escalators and moving walks.
Fundamental mechanical and electrical principles as they apply to elevators and similar controls.
Stages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and corrected.
The Rules of the American National Standard Safety Code for Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators and Moving Walks as referenced
and amended in the Construction Code, as well as A17.2 Inspectors Manual.

Job Requirements:
3 years’ experience as an elevator inspector or mechanic.
Certified Q.E.I. inspector with current license.

Additional Requirements:
Walk, bend or stop repeatedly or continually and work in small areas.
Lift arms above shoulder level while measuring or performing inspections.
Ascend and descend ladders or stairs and work at heights greater than 10 feet.
Work safely without presenting a direct threat to self or others.
Use standard testing devices and methods to detect possible defects in equipment or installations.
Ride on top of elevator cars to perform shaft way and equipment inspections.

David Koch
Operations Manager/ Senior Inspector
Technical Inspection Agency USA Inc.
5940 S Rainbow Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone: 702-835-9261
Mobile: 281-229-5033
Email: dkoch@tiagusa.com
Website: https://www.tiagusa.com

Elevator Inspector POSTED: 5/17/2019
Primary Location: United States of America-OHIO-Franklin County
Organization: Commerce
Classified Indicator: Classified
Bargaining Unit / Exempt: Bargaining Unit
Schedule: Full-time
Work Hours: 8-5 M-F
Compensation: $24.08/hour
Unposting Date: Ongoing
Job Function: Trades

Job Duties
Inspects operation, installation, construction, maintenance &/or repair of elevators as defined by Ohio Revised Code, including new installations, alterations & existing elevators for compliance with all applicable codes; conducts annual inspections of licensed elevators (e.g., passenger elevators, freight elevators, dumbwaiters, special service elevators, belt man lifts, platform man lifts, radio controlled smoke stack climbers, special handicapped lifts, moving walks, pit elevators, stage lifts & other lifting & lowering apparatus permanently installed between rails or guides) located in public & private buildings (e.g., office batons, apartments & condominiums, retail & wholesale establishments); inspects mechanical & electrical structures & controls (e.g., structure of hoist way enclosures, machine room enclosures, drive motor machine controls, wiring, guild of cables, sheaves, pit depth, & doors, gates, etc.). Investigates elevator related accidents (e.g., gathers data & establishes facts to determine probable cause of the accident etc.). Seals elevators posting them as “out of order” when imminent danger exists.

Conducts phone conference with supervisor upon completion of inspection to review hazards noted & makes recommendations; confers with building owners &/or maintenance personnel regarding operating conditions; confers with architects, engineers, contractors, builders & elevator trade workers concerning the interpretation of state elevator codes. Prepares & submits to section’s office a detailed written report on each inspection conducted (e. g, elevator type; make capacity; speed; landing safety tests; certificates number; if issued and whether or not certificate was issued; expiration date of certificate & an itemization of code violations); makes recommendations for the issuance of adjudication orders; testifies at case related hearings; prepares bi-weekly accountability reports (e.g., travel expense reports & monthly vehicle reports); writes necessary job related correspondence (e.g., elevator data & check sheets, accident reports, elevator violations, change of address for owner/billing etc.); maintains files of records & information related to elevator inspections. Performs technical work in the inspection of elevators, amusement rides, escalators, moving walks, lifts, dumbwaiters and related equipment to insure compliance with state safety laws and regulations; performs related work as required.

Certificate of competency to inspect elevators as required in Section 4105.02 of revised code; valid driver’s license.

Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.

Knowledge of elevator safety guidelines & regulations; elevator investigative procedures & techniques*; public relations*.

Skill in operation of motor vehicle; testing equipment (e.g., ohm meters; probes; tachometers; door pressure gauges; levels; measuring tape; electrical testing equipment).

Ability to prepare detailed investigative reports & maintain accurate records; define problems, collect technical data & establish probable cause; handle sensitive inquiries from & contacts with officials & general public; understand system of mechanical procedures; prepare meaningful, concise & accurate reports; climb in, around & upon elevator shafts, pits, cabs, tops & machine rooms.

Agency Contact Name: Commerce Human Resources
Agency Contact Information: COMHRRecruit@com.ohio.gov
Click here to apply.

Elevator Inspector – State of Mississippi POSTED: 1/15/2019
Salary: $43,146.00 / Year
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: 25-HINDS COUNTY, Mississippi
Shift Schedule: Day Shift Only
Travel Schedule: Often Day Only
Time Limited Position: No

Characteristics of Work
This class performs specialized regulatory work in performing inspections of public elevators and related equipment to ensure compliance with required operational and safety codes and standards. The employees in this class under general supervision and are responsible for conducting inspections of public elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, escalators, moving walks, and related equipment. They are also required to determine compliance of safety tests, and/or nondestructive repots with applicable code requirements, submit detailed inspection reports; perform exit interview with owners/users, provide technical explanations and customer service; and conduct investigations of accidents and complaints.

Example of Work:
Examples of work performed in this classification include, but not limited to, the following:
Explains and interprets laws, rules, codes, standards, regulations, policies, and procedures concerning the various safety programs to owners/users.
Conduct inspections of new and existing elevators and similar equipment for compliance with safety standards.
Prepare and submits detailed reports describing the activities and results of safety inspections.
Conduct incident investigations; prepares and reviews reports of incident investigations.
Conducts complaint investigations and submit findings to Chief Elevator inspector.
Investigate complaints of equipment performance and accidents; and documents findings.
Conducts exit interview with owners/users to explain all requirements, violations, corrections, and time of follow up inspections.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED or High School Equivalency Diploma): AND
Special Requirements:
Employment with the Mississippi Insurance Department shall be contingent upon Certification from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (QEI) within one (1) year of employment.
Essential Functions:
Additional essential functions may be identified and included by the hiring agency. The essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:
Examines electrical and mechanical features of elevator, dumbwaiter, escalator, moving walks, and wheelchair lifts, installations for conformance to safety regulations.
Issues citations to building owners for non-compliance with State and National codes.
Investigates complaints of equipment performance.
Other duties as required.

If interested please contact Gary Brewer, Chief Elevator Inspector at 601 359 9497 for more detailed information.

ATIS Elevator Inspections POSTED: 9/4/2018
ATIS is steadily growing and continues to look for Qualified Elevator Inspectors (QEI) to be part of our team! We are always interested in talking with QEIs in any part of the US, but we currently have a need for Inspectors in Virginia and Buffalo/Rochester, NY.

Whether you are an Inspector who is considering different employment opportunities or retiring from the elevator industry and still want to use your talents in the field, ATIS could be the perfect partnership! If you have your QEI License and are interested in becoming an Elevator Inspector with ATIS, contact us today!

Perks and benefits of becoming an Inspector with ATIS include:
Flexible / accommodating work schedule
Potential travel to fun destinations to inspect (Las Vegas, Miami and more!)
Possible relocation to other parts of the US where there is a need for Inspectors
Reimbursement of costs/fees associated with QEI and state inspection licensing/renewal
Complete benefits package for full-time employees, which includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Short/Long Term Disability, Flexible
Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, additional Comprehensive Benefits, Paid Time Off, and 9 Paid Holidays per year!
Both full-time and part-time employees have the option to participate in 401k – which has included a company match for the past four years!

If you are ready to join a work family that places safety before profit and values your talents, we want to talk with you! To learn more, please visit our website: www.atis.com/careers, email us at Careers@ATIS.com,, or call Sheena at 1-855-755-ATIS. We look forward to talking with you!

ATIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, or disability.

OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY – Managed by UT-BATTELLE for the US Department of Energy POSTED: 3/23/2018

Position: Elevator Inspector

The Elevator Inspector/Planner for the Surveillance Team has overall responsibility for technical operations of enforcing code for inspection of equipment to ensure safety and health. Under general supervision, is responsible for inspection work of considerable difficulty and supervisory work of average difficulty; and performs related work as required. Responsibilities require working with and technically supervising Bargaining Unit employees as an integral part of an inspection team. Inspected equipment includes but is not limited to: elevators and vertical reciprocating conveyors. The Elevator Inspector/Planner teams with craft supervision, craft workers and other support personnel in task preparation and work planning to ensure that work is conducted in a safe, compliant, timely and efficient manner. The Elevator Inspector/Planner would be responsible for scheduling inspection activities, corrective maintenance, and preventive maintenance.

Major Duties/Responsibilities
Verify that all required inspection steps are performed, documented, and reviewed for completeness.
Think and work independently yet share ideas and work toward team goals.
Remain calm, objective, and impartial under stressful conditions.
Respond to changing business needs and priorities.
Ensures new and existing installations comply with safety standards.
Assures that the design, installation, and safe operation of lifting-and-conveying devices conform to State and National laws and ordinances.
Examines hoist way, and interlock system for proper functioning.
Examines electrical and mechanical features of elevator installations for conformance to safety regulations.
Observes running and safety test of elevators.
Triggers smoke detectors to determine if proper emergency services (i.e., alarm, sprinkler) are activated.
Inspects machine room for appropriate maintenance of equipment and machinery.
Visually inspects cable for wear or decrease in circumference.
Identifies deviations from State and National code.
Makes recommendations for improvements.
Read and interpret code requirements and enforce those requirements with firmness, consistency, tact and courtesy.
Prohibits operation of lifting-and-conveying device if necessary.
May participate in and/or supervise bargaining unit employees in performing the inspection of cranes, hoists, dock levelers,
and portable automotive lifting devices.
Develop cost estimates, quotations, work plans, materials procurement & deliveries and assist in managing projects
within established budgets and schedules.
Promote and maintain a business culture that focuses on meeting the needs and support of craft workers and customers.
Serve in an important interface role to ensure that customers are fully informed about project costs, schedules, status, delays, etc.
Ensure that work tasks are properly analyzed and graded according to ORNL work control procedures.
Work closely with their counterparts to support administrative functions, training needs, timekeeping, workforce instruction & direction,
performance evaluation and feedback, efficiency improvements, productivity improvements, etc. in support of the division agenda.
Organize and maintain spare parts inventory on an on-going basis.
Coordinate with supervisors and crews to ensure that proper levels of inventory are maintained.
Coordinate with ORNL Receiving on delivery of materials and organize them in orderly fashion.
The Elevator Inspector/Planner is also expected to serve as a relief supervisor.

Qualifications Required
Basic Qualifications:
Education equivalent to graduation from a standard high school.
Successful completion of the TN Elevator Inspector Licensing Exam within three months of hire date.
ASME QEI-1 certification must be maintained during employment in the Elevator Inspector 4 classification.
A valid motor vehicle operators’ license.
This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a clearance from the Department of Energy. As such, this position is a
Workplace Substance Abuse Program (WSAP) testing designated position. WSAP positions require passing a pre-placement
drug test and participation in an on-going random drug testing program.
Work will involve various physical requirements and certain working conditions and as such a post offer, pre-hire physical will be required.

Preferred Qualifications:
An Associate’s degree in a technical discipline or an associate degree with 4 years of experience in inspection/construction of
passenger or freight elevators, escalators, and/or moving walks.
Current certification as ASME A17.1 QEI-1.
Currently licensed by the State of Tennessee per Tennessee Code Annotated 68-121-110 or certified in another state whose license
is accepted by the Tennessee.
Strong oral and written communication skills.

ORNL is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants, including individuals with disabilities and protected veterans, are encouraged to apply. UT-Battelle is an E-Verify Employer.

If interested in this position, you may apply at www.ornl.gov/ornl/careers by following the directions provided. Once on the site, go to View Open Positions, then use the keyword search “Elevator”. To ensure you have completed the process, you will receive an email from erecruit@ornl.gov.

BOCA Group is looking for 3 NYC Field InspectorsPOSTED: 2/22/2018
An industry-leading vertical transportation consulting company is seeking experienced and NYC licensed Elevator/Escalator Inspectors to join our customer-focused team, NYC based. We are a fast-paced, rapidly growing company that offers a positive work environment, competitive salary and benefits.

Essential Responsibilities:
The candidates will perform elevator/escalator evaluations/inspections and check conformance with code requirements,
specifications and/or client requests, noting elevator/escalator deficiencies and code violations. Provide
recommendations for future upgrades.
Witnessing Cat 1 and Cat 5 tests/filling out necessary paperwork
Perform maintenance evaluations/filling out necessary paperwork
Perform maintenance re-evaluations/filling out necessary paperwork
Perform construction service evaluations/filling out necessary paperwork
Perform general consulting evaluations/formulating report on findings and recommended corrections
Perform due diligence surveys/filling out necessary paperwork.
Perform other evaluations as assigned
Attend monthly meetings with Senior Vice President
Take notes and follow up on directives provided by Senior Vice President
Attend continuing education seminars
Travel as needed
Must be able to adapt to new technology used for field operations
Responsible to track and report billable hours
Communicate with supervisors and managers
Perform other duties as assigned
Code: Knowledge of national and local codes
Clerical: Properly filling out necessary paperwork for the specific job
Safety: To know and follow the elevator industry hand book
Computer knowledge: understanding and operating field tablet

NYC Elevator Inspector’s license required, Local and QEI elevator licenses preferred.
Must have extensive elevator knowledge and excellent verbal communication skills.
Must maintain a professional demeanor in all situations and be able to communicate with building ownership, building
personnel and contractors.
Must continue to improve their elevator knowledge associated with, but not limited to, national and local codes, national and local
testing procedures, jurisdictional processes and new technology.
Strong organizational, computer and interpersonal skills.

Competitive Salary
Potential for overtime at 1.5% rate
Paid Vacations
Paid Holidays
Expense Allowance
Health Insurance

Contact: careers@bocagroup.com

The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA)POSTED: 8/13/2017
is hiring Associate Safety Engineers (ASE, Elevators) and Senior Safety Engineers (SSE, Elevators) throughout the state:

Associate Safety Engineer, Elevators$7,632–$9,547
Senior Safety Engineer, Elevators$8,986–$11,247

ASEs are field positions that conduct new, altered, and periodic inspections of conveyances in many different settings and consult with employers on a wide range of conveyance safety issues. They write requirements enforcing the Elevator Safety Orders to protect the riding public and workers in the elevator industry. SSEs supervise ASEs and perform administrative and leadership duties such as rulemaking, code committee participation, IT design and support, training, variance evaluations, controller acceptance, and device approvals. For descriptions of these classifications and their minimum qualifications, visit https://www.jobs.ca.gov/CalHRPublic/Tools/ClassSalarySearch.aspx.

Cal/OSHA elevator safety engineers describe their jobs as interesting and enjoyable. They report enormous satisfaction knowing they are helping to improve health and safety conditions in workplaces, making a positive difference in the lives of working men and women, and protecting the riding public. In addition, the State of California offers long-term job security and excellent benefits, such as medical coverage and a pension.

Examinations are being offered periodically for ASE (Elevators) and SSE (Elevators). Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications, possess strong analytical and communication skills, and be able to prioritize tasks and meet multiple demands and deadlines. When available, the exam bulletins are posted online. To see a listing of current exam bulletins and job vacancies in the Department of Industrial Relations, go to http://www.dir.ca.gov/dirjobs/dirjobs.htm and click on “Browse Job Openings.”

  • To apply for an exam, click on the exam bulletin link for the particular job title that interests you and click on the particular exam ID. Then click on “ACCESS AN OFFICIAL COPY OF THE BULLETIN ON THE DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS’ WEBSITE.” Follow the instructions to complete and file the exam application. You will be notified of your admittance status at least 10 days before the exam date and provided with instructions on taking the exam. You must take and pass the exam before applying for a job with Cal/OSHA. If you pass the exam, you will be placed on an eligibility list.
  • To apply for a job, click on the job vacancy link for the particular job title that interests you. This will take you to a page that requires you to either create a CalCareer account or login if you already have an account. Then follow the instructions to complete and submit your job application.

To ensure the safety of the riding public and protect workers in the elevator industry, the Elevator Unit will maintain a vigilant system to meet our obligation to inspect and enforce code compliance for elevators and other conveyances.

Medical, dental, and vision insurance
Pension plan
401(k)/457 retirement plans
Short-term and long-term disability coverage
Flexible spending account to save on medical and child care expenses
Paid vacation and holidays
Union representation
Professional development support

If you have questions, you may contact the Cal/OSHA Elevator Unit headquarters: sanjoseelevator@dir.ca.gov; (408) 362-2120.
Visit our home page: www.cal-osha.ca.gov/Elevator.html.
Cal/OSHA home page: www.cal-osha.ca.gov.

State of Washington, Department of Labor and Industries POSTED: 7/30/2017
Come join our team at the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. Our Elevator Inspectors play a vital role in keeping Washington safe. We have multiple opportunities throughout our beautiful state. Our Elevator Inspectors are provided a generous benefits package as well as a monthly compensation ranging from $4,506.00 – $5,920.00. We have opportunities located in Seattle, Tukwila, Tacoma, Spokane and Kelso.

As an L&I Elevator Inspector, you’ll inspect all types of conveyances within the agency’s policies and procedures for compliance with codes and standards adopted within the scope of ASME, WAC 296-96 and RCW 70.87; assure compliance by writing reports, issue code violation corrections with follow up inspections within the agency’s rule and policies to abate corrections. Audit elevator companies’ maintenance control program records for compliance to ASME A17.1.8.6. Keyboard data into a database system. Continue learning and growing in knowledge of elevator codes while applying what you’re learning as you inspect conveyances.

This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of ensuring the safety and well-being of the citizens of Washington. You’ll become part of our dynamic team while enjoying steady employment, paid holidays/vacation/sick leave and a competitive medical/dental /retirement package.

Potential candidates should have 4 years’ experience in the elevator industry field as an apprentice, mechanic or inspector from another jurisdiction or combination thereof.

Washington State Department of Labor & Industries
Phone: (360) 902-5700
Website: http://www.lni.wa.gov/Main/FindAJob/#

NOTE: Please include a resume and letter of interest/cover letter with your application.
You may be eligible for a flex-schedule consideration after your probation period.
L&I may consider relocation assistance.

Associated Elevator Inspections POSTED: 1/26/2017
POSITION: QEI-Qualified Elevator Inspector (Full or Part Time)
BENEFITS: Paid Vacations
Paid Holidays
Expense Allowance
Health Insurance
LOCATION: South Florida
Central Florida
North Florida

QUALIFICATIONS: Current QEI license and knowledge of ASME A17.l/CSA B44, Section 1.3 and witnessing tests specified in ASME A17.l/CSA B44 and ASME A lB. 1 or CSA B355. Verifiable evidence of training and experience.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform acceptance inspections and witnessing tests to determine whether all parts of the installation conform to the requirements of the applicable code or regulations and whether the required safety devices function as required. Perform routine or periodic inspections and witnessing tests of existing installations to determine that the equipment is in apparent safe operating condition, has not been altered except in conformity to the applicable code or regulations, and in accordance with test requirements.

CONTACT: careers@aeielevator.com
1-888-211-1126 General Manager

Dominion Elevator Inspection Services (DEIS)POSTED: 8/30/2016
Dominion Elevator Inspection Services is seeking QEI Certified Elevator Inspectors interested in either Full Time or Part Time employment.

DEIS is a full service elevator and escalator inspection firm that performs contract elevator inspection services on over 10,000 units per year. We have both Full-time and Part-time work available in Western PA and Washington DC. Check us out on the Web: http://www.dominioninspections.com

Job Title: Certified Elevator Inspector
Job Description: Inspect elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walks and other hoisting devices periodically for safety/code compliance.
Average Annual Salary Range: Part Time – $40,000.00 / Full Time- $80,000.00
Condition of Employment: Valid Driver’s License
Current American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Qualified Elevator Inspector (QEI) Certification

To apply select one of the four options:
Email your resume to: dominion@ptd.net
Fax your resume to: (717) 432-0591
Mail your resume to: 42 Old York Road, Wellsville, PA 17365
Call our office to schedule a telephone interview: (717) 432-0590

Bayline Lift Technologies Norfolk, VAPOSTED: 8/15/2016
Bayline Lift Technologies is currently seeking experienced, self motivated inspectors, full/part time, to perform inspections throughout the United States and/or within our local region.

Candidates must meet ALL the following requirements:
Must be currently QEI Certified through an approved Accredited Organization or in the process of
obtaining QEI certification within four months of application.
Have a minimum of two (2) years experience as a QEI Certified elevator inspector or five (5) years
as an elevator technician directly involved with elevator inspections and testing.
Be proficient with computers and with Microsoft Excel.
Prepare computerized inspection reports with detailed code references/code violations.
Travel is required throughout the United States (expenses paid).
Work as a team member communicating, setting schedules for inspections with Elevator Contractors and
Bayline Lift Technologies Management team.
Pass background check to obtain security clearance for Federal and Government Services Administration.

If you wish to apply, please send a resume with references and any questions to Lynn Hawkes/Vice President at lhawkes@baylinelift.com.

Bayline Lift Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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