Website ATIS Elevator Inspections
Reports to: Area Supervisor
This position is responsible for inspecting elevators, escalators, chair lifts, etc.
Essential Functions & Primary Duties
- Performs inspections and test witnessing on new, altered, and existing equipment for safety and code compliance, as directed and as required by the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).
- Completes required reports and paperwork noting results. In a timely fashion, submits reports to the AHJ, provides copy to owner, and copy to appropriate ATIS office.
- Determines appropriate classification (acceptance or failure) of the inspected apparatus, such as in the case of a threat to life or limb, informing the client to discontinue use of the apparatus until repairs are made and re-inspection occurs.
- Discusses results and next steps with client and/or contractor.
- Generates new customers for services.
- Keeps abreast of code developments and changes pertaining to elevators and inspections.
- Ethics & Values
- Time Management
- Strong Communication Proficiency
- Drive for Results
- Presentation Skills
- Customer Focus
- Conflict Resolution
- This position operates in varied environments.
- Routinely deals with loud noises, working near moving and/or mechanical parts, and in high, precarious places.
- There can be a risk of electric shock due to working near working mechanical parts and wires.
- Environments can be dusty and include various odors.
- There is often vibration while riding the elevators.
- Position deals with various non-weather conditions including heat and cold and periodically must deal with outdoor weather conditions.
- Must also be able to safely use standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, fax machines, and filing cabinets.
- At times personal protective equipment (PPE), such as a hard hat and safety glasses, may be required to perform duties.
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear.
- Frequently required to use hands to finger, handle or feel.
- Walking, standing, and climbing a ladder are required due to accessing pits, accessing machine rooms, and riding on the top of the elevators.
- Close and distant vision are necessary. Ability to focus in low light required as well due to color differentiation for wires and other electrical parts.
- Depth perception is required due to working around moving parts and potential fall hazards.
- Extremely demanding attention required.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
This position deals with various hours and can be considered either full-time or part-time.
Travel is required to service clients. Overnight travel may be minimal and as-needed.
Required Education & Experience
- Education generally obtained with a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Qualified Elevator Inspector (QEI) Certification as per the latest edition of ASME QEI-1.
- Certifications for each state in which inspections will be performed.
- Maintains current licenses by satisfying annual license renewal requirements including, but limited to, continuing education.
- At least intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, SalesForce, and computer and mobile device applications.
- Full understanding of elevator inspection vernacular and industry particulars.
- Working knowledge of office equipment such as postage machine, FedEx and UPS, phone systems, copier, etc.
Preferred Education & Experience
- At least 1 year of previous experience in sales.
- Expertise in relationship management.
- At least intermediate skill in online inspection reporting and set-up.
- At least four years as an elevator construction and/or service mechanic.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
- Must be able to comprehend memos, letter, and correspondence and share information in one-on-one and group situations.
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