Company: State of Wyoming
Posted on: June 7, 2021
and Functions Open Until Filled GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Performs
electrical inspections, ensuring compliance with the National
Electrical Code (NEC). Inspections may include construction,
remodels, fire alarm tests, and safety inspections on all types of
buildings, ensuring compliance with Wyoming Licensing Statutes.
Human Resource Contact: Stephanie Wagoner -
stephanie.wagonerwyo.gov - 307-777-6385 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The
listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to
describe every function which may be performed at the job level.
Provides input for program improvement. Develops program materials.
Responsible for on-site inspections, monitoring visits and
investigation of complaints. Performs tasks in a variety of
regulatory programs in the enforcement of state and federal
statutes and rules. Inspects establishments or equipment.
Investigates complaints. Provides education and enforces
compliance. Maintains records and equipment. Serve as a witness
during hearings as requested. Manage a caseload of inspections.
Responsible for electrical permit inspections. Performs electrical
inspections in residential, institutional, commercial, and
industrial occupancies, including related inspection reports and
documentation. Uses electrical test equipment and computers for
inspection and related reports. Travels within inspection areas
performing inspections, investigations, and conducts training
seminars. Researches and answers NEC questions. Assists fire
investigators regarding electrical caused fires with origin and
cause of fires at investigation scenes. Qualifications
PREFERENCES/AGENCY REQUIREMENTS: Preference may be given to
applicants with eight (8) years of work experience in installation,
wiring, testing, and repair of electrical systems and equipment.
Agency requires that the successful applicant possess a Wyoming
Electrical Masters License within six (6) months of employment.
Agency requires that the successful applicant, within one (1) year
of employment, must receive an International Association of
Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) or International Code Council (ICC)
Residential and Commercial Inspector's Certification. KNOWLEDGE:
Knowledge of blueprint reading. Skill in good, safe driving. Skill
in use and understanding of electrical test equipment. Skill in
oral and written communications. Skill in interpersonal relations.
Skill in the use of GPS is helpful. Skill in basic computer skills.
Knowledge of the National Electrical Code and Electrical
Construction Industry. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education:
Bachelor's Degree Experience: 0-2 years of progressive work
experience (typically in Inspection) with acquired knowledge at the
level of an Inspection Specialist I. OR Education & Experience
Substitution: 3-5 years of progressive work experience (typically
in Inspection) with acquired knowledge at the level of an
Inspection Specialist I. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
None Necessary Special Requirements PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Frequent travel and overnight stays involved weekly in inclement
weather and extended hours. NOTES: FLSA: Non-exempt. A background
check and fingerprinting will be conducted for this position. DFPES
offers flexible work schedules, professional development throughout
the year, and casual professional dress. Supplemental Information
041-Department of Fire Prevention & Electrical Safety. Click Class
Specifications are subject to change, please refer to the A & I HRD
Website to ensure that you have the most recent version.
Keywords: State of Wyoming, Cheyenne , Electrical Inspector, Other , Cheyenne, Wyoming
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