Rep. Stephens’ Online Job Bulletin

Below are hiring businesses in and around the 20th District. An email contact or link to a job posting is included with each business.

Please contact the phone number listed with each business, or for additional assistance, you can contact Rep. Stephens’ office at (773) 444-0611.

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Elevator Inspector – Alexander County
Office of the State Fire Marshal
Contact Name: Kathy Fairfield
Email: sfm.hr@illinois.gov
Business/Organization Address: Springfield, IL, 62703-4259
Business/Org Website: https://illinois.jobs2web.com/job/Springfield-ELEVATOR-INSPECTOR-IL-62703-4259/937088500/

Skills Needed:
1. Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to completion of four (4) years of college with a degree in Electronic, Electrical, Mechanical, or related engineering field.
2. Requires five (5) years of professional experience working with elevators.
3. Requires certification as a Qualified Elevator Inspector (ASME QEI-1) from an organization accredited by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Specialized Skills:
Preferred Qualifications
1. Prefers two (2) years of experience in the application and enforcement of state elevator safety laws, rules, codes, and standards.
2. Prefers two (2) years of experience utilizing elevator inspection techniques and practices.
3. Prefers more than six (6) years of experience working in the elevator field.
4. Prefers a bachelor’s degree or higher in mechanical or electrical engineering.
5. Prefers OSHA 10-hour certification.
6. Prefers two (2) or more years experience serving as a foreman.
7. Prefers strong communication skills and the ability to establish and maintain positive, professional relationships with members of the public.

 
Salary: $5,243 – $7,825 / Monthly
Notes:
The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) is accepting applications to fill the position of Elevator Inspector.  This position provides the successful candidate with the opportunity to conduct statewide re-inspections of operations, installations, construction, maintenance, and repair of elevators throughout the designated field area.  The selected candidate will inspect elevators to ensure compliance with the Elevator Safety and Regulation Act and investigate elevator related accidents and damages.  The ideal candidate can determine probable causes of an accident and successfully complete detailed reports.  The optimal candidate possesses strong communication skills and the ability to interact with the public in a positive and professional manner.  As an Elevator Inspector and employee of the State of Illinois, the selected candidate will have access to state healthcare, benefits, and a pension plan.  We invite all qualified applicants to apply to join the OSFM team.

Job Responsibilities
1. Travels to sites and conducts re-inspections of elevators (e.g. passenger, freight, escalators, dumbwaiters, special service elevators, belt/platform man lifts and other lifting and lowering apparatus permanently installed between rails and guides) to enforce state laws regulating their construction, maintenance, and operation and ensure inspectors have performed their jobs properly.
2. Examines plans, specifications, and applications for permits of new installations.
3. On a statewide basis, investigates elevator related accidents and damages that exceed one thousand dollars.
4. Conducts inspections by climbing in, around, and upon elevator shafts, pits, and cabs.
5. Performs safety tests on lifts and lifting apparatus.
6. Performs other duties as assigned or required which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.

Conditions of Employment
1. Requires a valid, appropriate, and current driver’s license.
2. Requires the ability to pass a background check.
3. Requires the ability to travel statewide.
4. Requires the ability to pass drug screening.
5. Requires the ability to climb stairs, elevator shafts, pits, and cabs.
6. Requires the ability to carry and transport loads of at least twenty (20) pounds.
September 22, 2022
Boiler Safety Supervisor – Springfield
Office of the State Fire Marshal
Contact Name: Kathy Fairfield
Email: sfm.hr@illinois.gov
Business/Organization Address: 1035 Stevenson Dr., Springfield, IL, 62703-4259
Business/Org Website: https://illinois.jobs2web.com/job/Springfield-BOILER-SAFETY-SUPERVISOR-IL-62703-4259/935917000/

Skills Needed:
1. Requires knowledge, skill, and mental development equivalent to the completion of four (4) years of high school.
2. Requires four (4) years of experience as a National Board Commissioned Inspector.
3. Requires a valid commission with the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.  The possessor of this Commission may also be identified as a National Board Inservice Commissioned Inspector.

Specialized Skills:
1. Prefers five (5) or more years of experience in the application of the Illinois Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act and Rules.
2. Prefers five (5) or more years of experience as an inspector in the application and enforcement of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and the National Board Inspection Code.
3. Prefers five (5) or more years of experience in the areas of steam engineering, operating engineering, boilermaking, steamfitting, and fluid transmission systems.
4. Prefers five (5) years or more of experience utilizing flame safeguard equipment, nondestructive examination methods including liquid penetrant examination, radiography, ultrasonic examination, and magnetic particle examination.
5. Prefers five (5) years or more of experience utilizing routine practices of mechanical engineering.
6. Prefers ability to create and maintain satisfactory working relationships with the general public.
7. Prefers ability to prepare clear and concise reports.
8. Prefers ability to apply seasoned judgment in arriving at difficult technical decisions.
9. Prefers ability to visually inspect and determine causes of malfunctions in high and low pressure steam systems and pressure vessels.
10. Prefers ability to analyze complex facts and draw conclusions for proper recommendations from these facts.
11. Prefers high level of comfort and proficiency in the utilization of MS Word, Excel, and Outlook or other software programs.
12. Requires prior experience in the supervision of subordinate staff i.e. assigning and reviewing work, providing guidance and training, completing performance evaluation, etc.
 
Salary: $6,956 – $10,607 / Monthly
Notes:
The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) is accepting applications to fill the position of Boiler Safety Supervisor. This position provides the successful candidate with the opportunity to assist in the administration of a statewide program which includes oversight of complex inspections and investigations related to the enforcement of the Illinois Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Act for the State of Illinois. The successful candidate will serve as a full-line supervisor and provide training to all field staff statewide. The optimal candidate possesses a high level of knowledge in the areas of steam engineering, operating engineering, boilermaking, steamfitting, and fluid transmission systems. The successful candidate will be required to apply seasoned judgment in arriving at difficult technical decisions and must have obtained a solid working knowledge of the routine practices of mechanical engineering. The ideal candidate possesses good communication skills and the ability to professionally interact with staff and the general public. As the Boiler Safety Supervisor and employee of the State of Illinois, the selected candidate will have access to state healthcare, benefits, and a pension plan. We invite all qualified applicants to apply to join the OSFM team.

Job Responsibilities
1. Serves as staff assistant to the Boiler Safety Chief Inspector in the administration of a statewide program of inspection and investigation for the State of Illinois.
2. Travels to administer a high-quality program of boiler and pressure vessel safety throughout the State of Illinois.
3. Travels to worksites to supervise inspection procedures of insurance companies.
4. Travels to direct and participate in inspections and incident investigations of a more complex or difficult nature which require the involvement of staff with advanced knowledge, training, and experience.
5. Serves as a working supervisor.
6. Promotes and enhances public relations for the Division.
7. Performs other duties as assigned or required which are reasonably within the scope of the duties enumerated above.
September 22, 2022
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September 22, 2022