AIA Disaster ResponseAIA Disaster Response
U.S. Inspect, a firm that manages inspections across North America for a variety of clients, has immediate openings for inspectors to assess damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, New York, and Southern Connecticut.
Training will be provided in Philadelphia. They are looking for 150 individuals who can report to Philadelphia for training until November 21, 2012.
- Report to training and fingerprinting in Philadelphia, for any two days between 11/12/12 and 11/21/12.
- Once you complete training and pass your background check, you will travel to the damaged areas to perform inspections daily for 6 weeks.
- Time frame to pass the background check is 2 to 5 days.
- $125 per diem is paid during training in Philadelphia and during data processing interim.
- If you complete training you can return home until your background check processes, but you must be able to arrive within 12 hours of your background check processing.
- A travel fee of 50 cents a mile will be paid for 1 trip to training, 1 trip from training to the inspection area, and 1 trip home at the completion of the 6-week assignment.
- The total limit of miles that will be reimbursed is 1,400 total miles. If your 3 trips equals 1,500 total miles you will only be reimbursed for 1,400.
- Lodging, meals, and travel between inspections is UNPAID.
- You must to commit covering all potential damaged areas in New Jersey, New York, and Southern Connecticut.
- You must commit to doing inspections 5 to 7 days a week for 6 weeks.
- The pay for each inspection is $45.00; 12 inspections are available per day.