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NICET Level II-IV Construction Inspector - Ithaca, NY

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2 years
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Full Time Regular
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2020 SEASONAL OPPORTUNITIES!! Resident engineers and construction inspectors needed for road/highway construction & paving, bridge construction, bridge rehabilitation, and trail construction projects in the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Watertown, Ogdensburg, Finger Lakes, and Hornell regions. NICET certification or former NYSDOT/NYSTA employment is preferred. Please specify your work experience, NICET certification. Please contact: or call 607-382-0996.

Fisher Associates offers Medical, Dental & Vision coverage, H.S.A., 401k, Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off and $150.00 gear allowance.

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Fisher Associates, P.E., L.S., L.A., D.P.C. is a consulting engineering and professional services firm serving the Transportation, Land Development and Energy market sectors. Our comprehensive services include planning, engineering, environmental, survey, GIS and construction representation.

Fisher Associates continues to consistently meet the demands of our state, municipal, and private industry clients across the country. Our Clientship Philosophy ™ means responsiveness and accountability. We think with the end in mind to assist our clients to realize their goals.
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Direct Employer
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180 Charlotte Street
Rochester, NY 14607

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Call Brent Rauber at 607-382-0996
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