We are seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as a full-time Senior Inspector to perform duties related to quality control, construction materials testing, and special inspections. In this role, you will be responsible for performing construction observation, testing, and inspection of various phases of construction which includes but is not limited to mass grading, utility installation, concrete pavement, masonry, reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, bolting, and welding.

A day in the life as a Wood Rodgers’ Senior Inspector:

  • Perform construction observation to ensure that work is being performed in accordance with approved plans and specifications.
  • Conduct special inspections (reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, masonry, etc.) and field-materials testing including soil compaction, concrete strength, and asphalt density testing.
  • Record and document daily test results and observations and communicate findings with project management team.
  • Prepare and organize test reports for different phases of the construction project.
  • Maintain equipment and perform routine maintenance and calibration to ensure accurate readings.

Here is a baseline of qualifications:

  • 5+ years of experience in quality control, construction materials testing, or related field.
  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Grade I certification.
  • Nevada Alliance for Quality Transportation Construction (NAQTC) Samling and Density certification.
  • International Code Council (ICC) Certification(s).
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

How we elevate your game:
Joining Wood Rodgers comes with perks to support you in your personal and professional journey.

  • A Unique Culture: An engineering firm that doesn’t feel like one. We are inventors that ask, “why not?” with leadership that empowers employees to grow, challenge convention, and develop creative solutions. We throw big parties, get random days off, and constantly are shown how the company reinvests in our employees rather than corporate bottom-lines.  These all help build a great culture, but at the core are great people; people who want to learn, teach, help, and collaborate.
  • Teamwork: experience what being a part of the Wood Rodgers family feels like. Be inspired by your leaders, be encouraged and cheered on by your teammates to live a big life, and be supported in your whole life working while you work with us. Visit our website to get a feel or check us out on social media @woodrodgersinc!
  • Learning + Development: take on leadership development programs and goal setting to create big possibilities for your career and life. Develop within the company; be mentored and grow to your potential as a leader from the minute you’re hired.

What it takes:

  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-hour Construction certification.
  • International Code Council (ICC) certifications – Reinforced Concrete, Prestressed Concrete, and Masonry are preferred.
  • Experience in construction observation, field testing and reporting.
  • Knowledge of construction materials testing equipment, methods, and procedures.
  • Ability to work independently, manage time effectively and work in a team environment.
  • Physically able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds and perform duties in outdoor weather conditions

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It is our expectation that the salary will be somewhere in the middle of this range.

This range has not been adjusted for any specific geographic differential and can fluctuate above or below the posted range. If there is an offer, the salary presented will consider several factors including, but not limited to, a candidate’s experience, education, skills, licensure and certifications, and training. Base pay is just one piece of the compensation package offered by Wood Rodgers.

Pay Range
$35.74$44.68 USD

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