Elevator Inspection Specialist – DBPR/Hotels and Restaurants **Open Competitive Advertisement**


Date: March 18, 2019 Position Location: Volusia, Brevard or Osceola County, FL, US Requisition No: 56787 Agency: State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation Division of Hotels and Restaurants Position Number: 79000426 Salary: $45,000.02 Annually Posting Closing Date: 04/26/2019 NOTE: Work area assignments for this position are Volusia, Brevard and Osceola Counties. State of Florida Benefits • Paid Vacation, Sick Leave, and Holidays • Comprehensive Health Insurance and Life Insurance with Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefits • Supplemental Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, and Hospitalization Insurance • Tuition-Free College Courses • Tax Deferred Retirement Plan Minimum Requirements • Currently registered as a Certified Elevator Inspector (Florida), Chapter 399 F.S., OR ability to obtain certification within 30 days of hiring • Qualified Elevator Inspector (National), in good standing • Valid Driver License Duties and Responsibilities This position acts as an elevator inspector for the Bureau of Elevator Safety and must be registered as a Certified Elevator Inspector. This position conducts monitoring and oversight inspections to enforce the elevator safety codes for safety, mechanical, electrical, and general maintenance and performs inspections of new building construction, associated facilities and building systems and enforcing compliance with state building and life safety codes. View the entire job advertisement and apply for the position through the State of Florida - People First system at https://jobs.myflorida.com/job/DAYTONA-BEACH-Elevator-Inspection-Specialist-DBPRHotels-and-Restaurants-OPEN-COMPETITIVE-FL-32399/543045300/ For information regarding this position vacancy, please contact the Division of Hotels and Restaurants Deputy Director, Steven von Bodungen, at Steven.vonbodungen@myfloridalicense.com

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