Plumbing Subcode Official

Location: Township of Irvington

 

Qualifications:              

Applicants must possess a valid license as a Plumbing Subcode Official issued by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. Knowledge of design and analysis techniques needed to ensure compliance of in building water drainage systems with requirements of the code. Knowledge of organization and content of the plumbing subcode. Knowledge of plan reading sufficient to permit an understanding of the process and to perform the duties of the position.

 

Responsibilities:          

Reviews and approves plans of proposed structures as provided in State Uniform Construction Code regulations for conformity with plumbing and energy subcodes. Inspects and evaluates plumbing work in construction projects underway. Inspects plumbing installations in existing buildings to ensure that installations meet the minimum health and safety standards incorporated in the regulations for the State Uniform Construction Code and relevant sanitary and public health laws. Inspects plumbing installations in existing buildings to ensure that installations meet the minimum health and safety standards for the State Uniform Construction Code. Takes the initiative in halting construction work by contractors when and if reasonable standards of workmanship, safety, and plans, specifications, and/or legal requirements are not being observed.

 

Hours: Varying hours 

Salary: Commensurate with experience
     

An application fee may apply as this position requires a background investigation. 

Interested candidates should apply to this position

by submitting a resume with a cover letter to the Township of Irvington.

TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION – CLICK HERE

Incomplete applications will not be considered

EARLY SUBMISSION APPRECIATED

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The Township of Irvington is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, ancestry, national origin, social status, or physical disabilities.

 

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