ICC Inspector

Website Universal Engineering Sciences

ICC Inspector Job Highlights

Title ICC Inspector
Type Full Time
Experience 1+ Years
Function Engineering/IT
Location Las Vegas, NV, United States
Company Universal Engineering Sciences

Company Profile

Universal Engineering Sciences (UES) provides essential engineering services that include geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing/inspection, building code compliance, environmental, and building envelope.

Job Profile

The company is looking for an individual to join its construction team for various observation activities.

Educational Qualification

  • The applicants may be required a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of one ICC certification (ICC Masonry, ICC Reinforced Concrete, ICC Soils)

Highly Preferred – ICC High Strength Bolting, ICC Welding, ICC Structural Steel, and ICC Masonry Pre-grout and Grout (CCBD approved)

Work Experience

  • The candidates should have 1+ years of relevant experience performing special inspections on at least one type of construction material (such as soils, masonry, concrete, structural steel).


  • Communicate with managers, show commitment as a team player, and organize work and manage time effectively
  • Inform field representatives of observation and test results
  • Perform observations and testing
  • Write detailed reports summarizing test results and observations


  • Excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent client relations skills
  • Valid Nevada driver’s license


  • 401k
  • dental and vision plans
  • Health Plans
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)/Paid Holidays

Employer’s Statement

Universal Engineering Sciences is an EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran. The company 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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