Universal Engineering Sciences

  • Special Inspector

    Job Locations US-GA-Norcross
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(4/5/2018 9:38 AM)
    # of Openings
    Construction Materials Testing
  • Overview

    Universal Engineering Sciences is the largest family owned business of it's kind in the nation! Building Inspection Services is just one of the many Engineering Services we offer. We also provide materials testing, threshold inspection, environmental and geotechnical services, drilling services and more! We have an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, 401k match, company vehicle, and much more. Come join the UES family!


    • Provides special inspections for foundations, reinforcing steel, masonry (CMU), wood framing and/or structural steel bolting.
    • Project Management and/review of construction materials testing projects.
    • Ensure project requirements are met and compliant with project specifications, requirements and company policies or procedures.
    • Attend all technician meetings.
    • Operate a motor vehicle. Maintain Company vehicle (schedule oil changes, check fluid levels, inside/outside upkeep).


    • Ability to read/understand project plans and specifications
    • Ability to communicate with project construction team
    • Report writing and documentation with computer software skills (summaries and time sheet)


    Required Qualifications:

    Candidate must be certified by one or more of the following agencies or carry the following licensure:

    • Georgia PE or E.I.T.
    • ICC Building Inspector
    • ICC Masonry Inspector
    • Concrete Reinforcing Inspector
    • CWI
    • Georgia DOT (RTT)

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Background in Geotechnical Engineering is a plus for this position 



    EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran Universal Engineering Sciences is a Drug-Free Workplace. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.


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