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Transportation CEI Inspector - Entry Level

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Construction & Surveying‚ÄĘCincinnati


  • S&ME is currently seeking a full-time entry-level Transportation Bridge/Roadway CEI Inspector to join our Construction Engineering & Inspection (CEI) team in the Greater Cincinnati Area.
  • You may reside anywhere within an hour of the project site and will have access to a company vehicle to report directly to the project site. This is a great opportunity if you are interested in pursuing a career in construction inspection on transportation-related projects.


  • You have a High school diploma/GED
  • You have effective communication skills (speaking, reading, and writing) using the English language
  • You can complete data entry into multiple software applications on a smart device
  • You have effective math skills with a basic understanding of weight, volume, pressure, and units of measure
  • You have experience with KYTC roadway and structure projects and/or concrete and asphalt pavement projects including markings, a plus
  • You have OSHA 10-Hour Construction certification, a plus
  • You have the following certifications, a plus
  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Field Grade Level 1
  • KYTC Grade and Drain Level 1; Structures Inspector Level 1; Aggregate Sampling Technician; Asphalt Paving Best Practices; or Superpave Plant Technologist
  • Kentucky Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control for Roadway Inspectors

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Construction & Surveying


  • As a Transportation CEI Inspector, you will perform technical duties associated with the oversight, administration, and inspection of transportation projects, including roadway, bridge, rail, pedestrian, port, and/or aviation, to determine the contractor's compliance with the contract, plans, and specifications.
  • Preparing reports, diaries, and documentation, performing calculations, and inspecting erosion control devices.
  • Verify line and grade using survey equipment, prepare field books for payment documentation, and attend meetings.
  • Oversight and inspection of transportation projects, ensuring contractor compliance.
  • Interaction with third-party construction personnel and performing compliance surveys.
  • Transportation Technicians encounter diverse environmental and field challenges, such as varying weather conditions, heights, uneven terrain, highway traffic, construction site hazards, and heavy machinery. They may work extended hours, including weekends and holidays. Must be capable of lifting and carrying 40-50lbs., maneuver field equipment safely, including loaded wheelbarrows, on uneven ground and around active construction sites. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided to ensure safety in these demanding environments.


Work type

Full time

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