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Inspector

Company in Woodstock is looking to add an inspector to their team! Do you like to travel? Then this is the job for you! In this position you will travel 40 of 50 weeks alone to inspect bleachers and athletic equipment.
Responsibilities:
Inspect AE for safety and efficiency.
Complete inspection report information including photos and summary
Communicate suggestions for improvements, product line and systems to customer and company associates
Regular contact with Inspection Scheduler to report on all AE repair, product installation and maintenance work based on on-site inspection, photographs, customer comments and feedback from service technicians
Work closely with service technicians, management and staff acting as liaison.
Drive company vehicle to and from job site
All other paperwork and computer work as associated with position of inspector.
Interact well with company associates as well as suppliers and customers
Maintain above average rating on all performance appraisals, meeting or exceeding attendance expectations
Occasional airplane trips to perform work or inspections in other areas of the country as required
Other duties as assigned

Requirements:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Welding and Drafting classes or experience
Mechanical classes or experience
Electrical classes or experience
Ability to read and interpret, write, speak and communicate efficiently in English
Proficient in reading and understanding job specifications
Proficient in basic mathematical functions
Willingness to travel in vehicle (provided by company), and be out of town overnight Mon - Fri a minimum of 40 weeks per year
Must also be willing to leave on Sundays and/or return on Saturdays as needed and to remain out of town overnight on weekends 3 to 4 times per year as needed
Pay $16-18/hr based on skills and experience


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