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Home Inspector

We are looking to hire additional inspectors for the Tu Hogar Renace Program. This is a short-term temporary position that cannot guarantee that you will be employed for any specific period time or until the completion of this project.  The work involves conducting inspections of homes damaged by recent hurricanes. Inspectors are needed in locations all across the island – specifically, in and around the areas of Ponce, Mayaguez, Arecibo, Guanica, Fajardo, Yabucoa, and Rincon.

Requirements:

  • Bilingual
  • Have valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and auto insurance as required by Puerto Rican laws – travel throughout the island will be required
  • Own (or can purchase) work boots
  • Detail-oriented
  • Capable of climbing through debris and wearing personal protective equipment as needed
  • Courteous with homeowners
  • Trustworthy and ethical
  • Free of drug use and alcohol abuse
  • Computer literate to operate Android tablet, email, and time keeping system
  • Restriction - Cannot be currently working on the program as a construction management firm inspector

Job Responsibilities:

  • Visit homes damaged by recent hurricanes with a representative from the construction management involved with making repairs; homeowners are also present
  • Document the repairs needed (called initial inspections) and/or completed (called final inspections).  Documentation is performed using checklists housed on Android tablets
  • Inspect 8-20 homes per day (final inspections)
  • Work 6 days per week

Compensation:

  • $20 an hour, paid biweekly, in accordance with Puerto Rico Labor Laws (all overtime must be pre-approved by Project Manager)
  • $50 a day for transportation costs (reimbursed weekly)
  • $1,000 bonus after completing the first 150 homes (initial inspections) OR after first 250 homes (final inspections).  Maximum one bonus per person

Please note that there may be a hiring event will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico. You will receive an invitation with additional details if your resume is being considered, and you will be required to have the following documents:

  • Copy of your personal invitation to the hiring event
  • Multiple forms of valid government issued ID
  • Certificate of Good Conduct
  • Copy of a voided check or deposit letter from bank

 

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