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Factory Inspector – QAI Laboratories

 

Job Description

QAI laboratories is a testing, inspection and certification organization providing services to manufacturers of Electrical Products, Building Products, Vehicles, Factory Built Structures and other regulated products. Recognition of the QAI name and logo have grown significantly over the past few years resulting in the significant expansion of the business.

As such, we are currently seeking a qualified individual to join our growing Inspection Department.

Reporting to the Inspector Manager, the role of Factory Inspector involves, but not limited to:

  • Perform inspections of manufacturing facilities to ascertain conformance of those facilities with specific quality and manufacturing requirements. Inspection of products such as building materials, plumbing and gas components, electrical components and other products as may be required by QAI.
  • Maintains a high level of technical competence in the field of inspection.
  • Manages day-to-day activities with respect to scheduling and reporting.
  • Write inspection reports detailing evidence viewed during inspections and recording any identified issues.
  • Become familiar with the QAI quality system and procedures, learn to use QAI inspection report templates and follow QAI’s inspection procedures.

 

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Closing Date: Open until filled

Manager, Building Inspection – Capital Regional District

 

Make a difference and become a part of the Capital Regional District’s vibrant future! Located in one of the world’s premier places to live, work and visit, the Capital Regional District (CRD) strives to create liveable, vibrant communities, practice exemplary environmental stewardship and build a prosperous and sustainable economy. We are an outcome driven, high performance organization respected for its commitment to the citizens we service and the services we provide.

 

Position Purpose

The Manager, Building Inspection is an operational position that provides oversight of the building inspection function ensuring effective and efficient service delivery.

 

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Closing Date: Open until filled

Building Inspector – Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD)

 

Encompassing an unparalleled geographic region in the heart of British Columbia, the Thompson-Nicola Regional District (TNRD) offers the best of both worlds. Urban life within vibrant communities and outlying rural regions that showcase the region’s beauty – pristine but rugged mountains, rolling grasslands, lush evergreen forests, with both historic and modern areas offering a variety of recreational pursuits, all within 45,000 square kilometres. Headquartered in the City of Kamloops, the TNRD provides a wide range of local government services to the population of 130,000 living within its 11 diverse municipalities and 10 electoral areas.

 

Click here to view job details Building Inspector – (TNRD)

 

Closing Date: Open until filled

Building Inspector 3 – Capital Regional District

 

Summary

Reporting to the Manager, Building Inspection, the Building Inspector 3 regulates building construction within a designated area of the Electoral Areas of the Capital Regional District and may be assigned to work in various CRD Building Inspection Offices. This position is also responsible for the efficient operation and administration of a building inspection office.

This position requires an acceptable criminal record check. The applicant/incumbent will be required to undergo a criminal record check in order to work in this position, and to report to their Supervisor if any criminal charges are laid against them that may be related to their employment in this position.

This position resides on Salt Spring Island.

 

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Closing Date: Open until filled

Senior Building Official – City of Revelstoke

 

The City of Revelstoke is currently seeking interested candidates in the Development Services Department. Revelstoke is currently experiencing a construction boom, processing over $20 million in Building Permit valuations in 2018. With new hotels, multi-family developments, modular construction practices, a 100+ year old downtown and snow loads exceeding Part 9 BC Building Code tables, building inspection in Revelstoke is anything but ordinary!

 

Revelstoke is internationally recognized as a destination for many outdoor pursuits. With breathtaking scenery in all directions, residents and visitors enjoy hiking, mountain biking, ski touring, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, dirt biking, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Formal recreational activities include a full service community centre, aquatic centre and seniors’ activity centre, an 18 hole golf course, bowling lanes, fitness centres, tennis courts, skating arena and curling rink. The area boasts two national parks, three provincial parks, several municipal parks, hot spring developments, and an abundance of camping opportunities. Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with the most vertical (5620’) in North America, was awarded the ‘Best Canadian Ski Resort’ distinction at the World Ski Awards held in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

 

Revelstoke and Area, with an estimated population of just over 8,000 (12,000+ in winter) has built a reputation for community living in a spectacular and historic mountain setting. The community is rich in natural environmental beauty and offers many opportunities for new and expanding businesses. If lifestyle is your key to happiness, then Revelstoke is the place for you.

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Closing Date: Open until filled

Building Inspector – City of Revelstoke

 

The City of Revelstoke is currently seeking interested candidates in the Development Services Department. Revelstoke is currently experiencing a construction boom, processing over $20 million in Building Permit valuations in 2018. With new hotels, multi-family developments, modular construction practices, a 100+ year old downtown and snow loads exceeding Part 9 BC Building Code tables, building inspection in Revelstoke is anything but ordinary!

 

Revelstoke is internationally recognized as a destination for many outdoor pursuits. With breathtaking scenery in all directions, residents and visitors enjoy hiking, mountain biking, ski touring, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, dirt biking, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Formal recreational activities include a full service community centre, aquatic centre and seniors’ activity centre, an 18 hole golf course, bowling lanes, fitness centres, tennis courts, skating arena and curling rink. The area boasts two national parks, three provincial parks, several municipal parks, hot spring developments, and an abundance of camping opportunities. Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with the most vertical (5620’) in North America, was awarded the ‘Best Canadian Ski Resort’ distinction at the World Ski Awards held in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

 

Revelstoke and Area, with an estimated population of just over 8,000 (12,000+ in winter) has built a reputation for community living in a spectacular and historic mountain setting. The community is rich in natural environmental beauty and offers many opportunities for new and expanding businesses. If lifestyle is your key to happiness, then Revelstoke is the place for you.

 

Click here to view job details Building Inspector – City of Revelstoke

Closing Date : Open until filled

Senior Building Official – City of Revelstoke

The City of Revelstoke is currently seeking interested candidates for the Senior Planner position in the Development Services Department. Revelstoke is currently experiencing a construction boom, processing over $20 million in Building Permit valuations in 2018. With new hotels, multi-family developments, modular construction practices, a 100+ year old downtown and snow loads exceeding Part 9 BC Building Code tables, building inspection in Revelstoke is anything but ordinary!

 

Revelstoke is internationally recognized as a destination for many outdoor pursuits. With breathtaking scenery in all directions, residents and visitors enjoy hiking, mountain biking, ski touring, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, dirt biking, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Formal recreational activities include a full-service community centre, aquatic centre and seniors’ activity centre, an 18 hole golf course, bowling lanes, fitness centres, tennis courts, skating arena and curling rink. The area boasts two national parks, three provincial parks, several municipal parks, hot spring developments, and an abundance of camping opportunities. Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with the most vertical (5620’) in North America, was awarded the ‘Best Canadian Ski Resort’ distinction at the World Ski Awards held in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

 

Revelstoke and Area, with an estimated population of just over 8,000 (12,000+ in winter) have built a reputation for community living in a spectacular and historic mountain setting. The community is rich in natural environmental beauty and offers many opportunities for new and expanding businesses. If lifestyle is your key to happiness, then Revelstoke is the place for you.

 

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Closing Date: Open until filled

Building Inspector – City of Revelstoke

 

The City of Revelstoke is currently seeking interested candidates for the Senior Planner position in the Development Services Department. Revelstoke is currently experiencing a construction boom, processing over $20 million in Building Permit valuations in 2018. With new hotels, multi-family developments, modular construction practices, a 100+ year old downtown and snow loads exceeding Part 9 BC Building Code tables, building inspection in Revelstoke is anything but ordinary!

Revelstoke is internationally recognized as a destination for many outdoor pursuits. With breathtaking scenery in all directions, residents and visitors enjoy hiking, mountain biking, ski touring, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, dirt biking, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Formal recreational activities include a full-service community centre, aquatic centre and seniors’ activity centre, an 18 hole golf course, bowling lanes, fitness centres, tennis courts, skating arena and curling rink. The area boasts two national parks, three provincial parks, several municipal parks, hot spring developments, and an abundance of camping opportunities. Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with the most vertical (5620’) in North America, was awarded the ‘Best Canadian Ski Resort’ distinction at the World Ski Awards held in Kitzbuhel, Austria.

Revelstoke and Area, with an estimated population of just over 8,000 (12,000+ in winter) have built a reputation for community living in a spectacular and historic mountain setting. The community is rich in natural environmental beauty and offers many opportunities for new and expanding businesses. If lifestyle is your key to happiness, then Revelstoke is the place for you.

 

Click here to view job details Building Inspector – City of Revelstoke

 

Closing Date: Open until filled

 

Manager of Building and Bylaw Services – Town of Princeton

 

Position: Manager of Building and Bylaw Services

Fulltime / Full Benefit Position

Salary range $80,000-$85,000 per year

The beautiful town of Princeton, located in the sunny Similkameen Valley, has a great lifestyle opportunity for someone looking for an exciting job in a location that boasts clean air, clean water and excellent natural outdoor experiences. The Town offers affordable housing, low taxation and a great place to live. A paradise for those who are looking to connect with nature and the outdoors.

The Town is anticipating a time of substantial growth. Currently we have seen an increase in construction at our Industrial park and we are experiencing a need for new residential subdivisions and services. This is a great opportunity for someone to be a part of an exciting time in Princeton’s history.

This is a fulltime position with the Town of Princeton (based on 35 hours/week), to oversee and manage the operations of the Building Services Department.

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Building-Inspector-job-posting-June-2019

Closing date: Open until filled.

Tradesperson – Plumbers – School District 36

Tradesperson – Plumbers – School District 36

Due to growth the Surrey School District is seeking to fill new positions with our Plumbing team! Reporting to the Manager of Structural Maintenance within the Facilities Division, the Plumber Tradesperson is responsible for a variety of projects including renovations, repairs and new installations in over 140 school district sites and offices. The successful applicant must be a team-player ready to be part of a cohesive, effective team of professionals in this busy department of roofers, plumbers and carpenters who hold great pride in their work. The department requires applicants to be prepared to work effectively in a small team as well as independently to complete top quality work in various District facilities. Experience and training institutional facilities is a bonus!

Click here to view job details: School District 36 – 36-SS-Job Posting Tradesperson – Plumbers 2019

Closing Date: Open Until Filled