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The Burlington County Soil Conservation District is looking for a full time Site Inspector.  Please see the attachment for details.  This is entry level, but advancement is possible.

 

The Burlington County Soil Conservation District

Full Time Job Opportunity

Title:  Site Inspector

Annual Salary:  $41,200.00 plus benefits

Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-4:30PM

 

Position Summary: 

·        Responsible for inspecting active construction sites to ensure regulatory compliance with the New Jersey Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Act. 

·        Consult and correspond with contractors, applicants, engineers, concerned citizens, regional and municipal officials.

Position Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s degree in environmental science or related field from an accredited four-year college or university.

·        Must be able to pass a criminal background check.

Specialized Skills and Knowledge:

·        Must have or be able to obtain a valid New Jersey driver's license and have a good driving record.

·        Able to interpret site plans and supporting documents.

·        General computer proficiency.

·        Familiarity with geographic positioning systems, geographic information systems.

 

Resumes, transcripts and references may be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to BCSCD, 1971 Jacksonville Jobstown Rd, Columbus, NJ 08022 or faxed to (609)267-3347 and must be received by 6/1/19.

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Great of you to post this, maybe it will help someone here.
 

And this is just an observation. I can't believe they require BS for a position of  soil erosion inspector at $41K.
Things have changed. When I graduated engineering school, all inspectors were drop-outs, but that was looooong time ago.

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1 minute ago, Lunatic said:

Great of you to post this, maybe it will help someone here.
 

And this is just an observation. I can't believe they require BS for a position of  soil erosion inspector at $41K.
Things have changed. When I graduated engineering school, all inspectors were drop-outs, but that was looooong time ago.

A PUSH BROOM  engineer starts at 60K.

No degree needed .

 

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23 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

Great of you to post this, maybe it will help someone here.
 

And this is just an observation. I can't believe they require BS for a position of  soil erosion inspector at $41K.

I was thinking the same thing. How can anyone live on 41k before taxes in NJ?

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11 minutes ago, allmann said:

thats the point its few and far between a PW makes decent money even with college degrees.   

I think the point is there is no need for college degree with many government jobs that require it. I could teach anyone what is needed for a soil erosion inspector in a couple of hrs. 

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