Infrastructure Inspector

Position Type: Full-Time

Salary Range: $21.08 - $29.95 Hourly, $38,361.00 - $54,517.00 Annually | Benefits

Location: Fishers City Hall, Fishers, Indiana



Position Description 



After nearly thirty years of fast, managed growth the City of Fishers shows no signs of slowing down, making the need for a highly qualified Infrastructure Inspector more vital than ever. We are seeking a dynamic individual who thrives in a fast paced, high pressure environment and who finds satisfaction in ensuring the high standards of the community in which they work. Working within the Department of Engineering this position is responsible for performing technical work inspecting the infrastructure for City-initiated improvement projects as well as various private developments of the City as they are constructed. The Infrastructure Inspector will physically inspect a wide array of streets, trails, signals, sidewalks, storm and sanitary systems and is responsible for proper project reporting and issuing citations or notices of violations to developers which do not comply with ordinances.

Examples of Duties



    • Perform road, sewer, trail, and other infrastructure inspections.
    • Perform commercial and residential inspections.
    • Respond to citizen complaints in an attempt to resolve the various problems.
    • Review contractor pay applications for City-initiated and INDOT projects to confirm accuracy of quantity records.
    • Test construction materials and sanitary sewer systems which may include proof rolls, concrete slump, air entrainment, and compressive strength.
    • Collect material certifications to ensure compliance with City and INDOT construction specifications.
    • Ensure developers acquire the appropriate maintenance bonds.
    • Assist in maintaining roadway pavement condition system to document segments in need of preventative maintenance.
    • Provide constructability reviews of infrastructure improvement projects.
    • Prepare quantity estimates, review contractor pay estimate applications, and change orders.
    • During winter weather, assist in snow removal/snow plow operations. 

Minimum Qualifications


High school diploma or GED; Associates/Technical degree preferred; 2 -4 years of relatable work experience in civil engineering or construction; INDOT inspection experience preferred; Valid driver's license; INDOT Certified Technician (required or obtain within 1 year of employment); INDOT Sitemanager Certified (required or obtain within 1 year of employment); Ability to handle a variety of assignments and problems independently; Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people in sometimes stressful situations; Working knowledge of laws, codes, regulations and ordinances as they relate to city, county, state and federal government.

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After nearly thirty years of fast, managed growth the City of Fishers shows no signs of slowing down, making the need for a highly qualified Infrastructure Inspector more vital than ever. We are seeking a dynamic individual who thrives in a fast paced, high pressure environment and who finds satisfaction in ensuring the high standards of the community in which they work. Working within the Department of Engineering this position is responsible for performing technical work inspecting the infrastructure for City-initiated improvement projects as well as various private developments of the City as they are constructed. The Infrastructure Inspector will physically inspect a wide array of streets, trails, signals, sidewalks, storm and sanitary systems and is responsible for proper project reporting and issuing citations or notices of violations to developers which do not comply with ordinances.
After nearly thirty years of fast, managed growth the City of Fishers shows no signs of slowing down, making the need for a highly qualified Infrastructure Inspector more vital than ever. We are seeking a dynamic individual who thrives in a fast paced, high pressure environment and who finds satisfaction in ensuring the high standards of the community in which they work. Working within the Department of Engineering this position is responsible for performing technical work inspecting the infrastructure for City-initiated improvement projects as well as various private developments of the City as they are constructed. The Infrastructure Inspector will physically inspect a wide array of streets, trails, signals, sidewalks, storm and sanitary systems and is responsible for proper project reporting and issuing citations or notices of violations to developers which do not comply with ordinances.