Inspector Transportation Services TW0193

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Job Title:
Job Code:
Inspector Transportation Services
TW0193
Affiliation:
Wage Grade/Hourly Rate:
Local 416
$30.75
Date Prepared:
Hours of Work per Week:
May 1, 2002
40
Major Responsibilities:
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Inspects and monitors construction and maintenance work of City and Municipal Development Construction Projects for
municipal infrastructure contracts for conformance to specifications, contract agreements/drawings and safety standards.
Checks functional operation of existing systems and equipment.
Monitors City and Municipal Development Construction projects, such as, the construction of watermains, sewer, sewer
connections, storm water facilities, parks, buildings, roads, sidewalks, etc., to ensure that the work is in compliance with
contract drawings, City specifications, standards, grading sheets, etc. Inspects materials to ensure that they are of the proper
quality and in accordance with contract plans and City specifications and policies. Occasionally oversees repairs/construction
by private developers, Toronto Transit Commission, etc.
Co-ordinates scheduling and discusses details of pending repairs/construction work with staff, contractors, management staff,
contractors, utilities and other agencies as required.
Marks designated areas for repair/construction on roads, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, etc., as per drawings.
Conducts visual inspections and performs on-site sampling and testing (e.g. air, slump and temperature tests for concrete, casts
concrete cylinders, obtains temperature and samples of asphalt, etc.). Collects and delivers samples of materials for lab testing
to ensure materials conform to specifications and collects test results.
Prepares daily progress reports including materials/equipment used, hours worked and status of project completion and weather
conditions.
Measures repaired/constructed areas to verify dimensions and calculates quantities for payment to contractors. Assists in
preparation of monthly progress payments and payment for additional work.
Ensures that proper traffic control and equipment are employed at work sites.
Attends pre-construction and job site meetings to discuss progress/problems (e.g. completion dates, finalization, noncompliance, etc.) Liaises with general public, contractors, consultants, utilities, city staff and other agencies.
Maintains up to date records for “as-built” drawings as project progresses. Assists with preparation of contracts.
Performs guarantee maintenance inspections for initiation and release of maintenance.
Maintains all records related to summer and winter maintenance contracts.
May be required to prepare and fax snow advisory reports.
Inspects roads during salting and ploughing operations on winter maintenance contracts.
Works on a rotating shift schedule, including scheduled weekend shifts. Must work varying hours beyond normal work day
and in different climatic conditions (e.g. summer, winter, night).
May be temporarily re-assigned to other technical positions when required due to seasonal work variations and absences.
Performs other related work as assigned.
Key Qualifications:
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Certified Engineering Technician or qualified to be registered with O.A.C.E.T.T. (Ontario Association of Certified Engineering
Technicians and Technologists) or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Extensive experience in construction, inspection of municipal infrastructure works related to the assigned duties.
Advanced knowledge of the type, quality and quantity of materials required for the construction of roads, sewers, water mains,
buildings, etc.
Ability to determine whether the construction work performed is in accordance with required standards and contract documents.
Demonstrated ability to deal with construction/consultant personnel and to enforce the terms of construction contracts.
Ability to provide work direction and training to others.
The above reflects the general details considered necessary to perform the principle functions and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work
requirements inherent in the job.
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Ability to prepare concise and accurate reports using automated systems such as maintenance management systems etc. Ability
to make calculation estimates for materials, time, etc. required for projects.
Must be able to work in and have knowledge of confined space entry regulations.
With the appropriate safety precautions, must be able to tolerate dusty, noisy, heights and odorous conditions.
Must possess and be able to maintain a valid Province of Ontario, Class “G” Driver’s License and must qualify for the City’s
equipment operating permits and requirements.
Qualified in first aid, W.H.M.I.S., Traffic Control Manual for construction projects, hazard and danger involved with
exposure/contact with underground or overhead utilities.
Must be familiar with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the regulations that apply to this work.
May be required to supply a fully insured and licensed vehicle for on the job use, reimbursed by meterage.
Must be available to work rotating shifts/weekend/overtime/on call duty.
Must be physically capable of performing required duties.
The above reflects the general details considered necessary to perform the principle functions and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work
requirements inherent in the job.
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