City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Feb 29, 2020
Description AS NEEDED STRUCTURAL SAFETY INSPECTORS ARE TRAINED TO SERVE ON STRUCTURAL SAFETY TEAMS FOR THE CITY'S DAMAGE ASSESSMENT PROCESS IN THE EVENT OF A DISASTER OR HURRICANE INCIDENT.The purpose of the structural safety teams is to initially assess the overall property damage to the assigned area of responsibility on the island following a severe weather event or other disasterfollowed by a complete written external damage report for each single or multi-family structure within the assigned area as to its condition for occupancy. Duties Assess physical damage for single and multi-family dwellings immediately following a severe weather event or similar emergency situation. Determine and documentthe condition of damaged property and tag as appropriate forimmediate occupancy. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications Selected personnel will be required to successfully complete approximately 12 hours of paid field training to include first aid, CPR and FEMA emergency management. A physical examination, drug test and background checkare also required and paid at the City's expense. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of building construction is essential.Must be able to respond immediately upon call following a severe weather event or other emergency situation, use hand-held computerand write reports of damage assessed. Must be in excellent physical condition with the abilityto walk for long periods in theheat and under other difficult conditions in the event of a disaster or hurricane incident. Pay rate is $25 per hour for training and $50 per hour upon activation.