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Position: Field Inspector


Location: Raleigh, NC, Charlotte, NC, and Nashville, TN


About Performance Point

Performance Point is a full-service building performance contractor. We help our customers design and build homes that work better and provide turn-key services to make it a reality. Our service doesn’t stop there, we also follow up with inspections throughout construction to ensure project goals are being implemented. We focus on new construction for single and multifamily projects. Our single-family footprint extends from Tennessee to the Coast and we have multifamily projects across the US! A growing part of Performance Point’s core services is to provide Quality Inspections for our customers. Quality Inspections demand high attention to detail and a long attention span. With these challenges comes a rewarding job task that brings diversity into the workday and yields additional “brain training” benefits for our workforce. This service helps ensure our customer’s perception of quality with their customer.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct Code Compliance Testing, HERS Ratings, ENERGY STAR assessments, Air Sealing, and Air Infiltration Testing for residential new construction.
  • Conduct Quality Inspections for single family homes to ensure the home is 100% ready for the homeowner, marking any items that need attention and creating a punch list.
  • Prepare reports for clients and consult with builders about issues identified
  • Review and prepare forms for submission as part of the certification process
  • Effectively communicate with management and the team on scheduling issues or field related concerns/ideas
  • Maintain company vehicles and equipment to ensure cleanliness and properly working order

Job Description

The Field Inspector is responsible for completing Fit n Finish inspections and Energy Inspections for new construction homes. Fit and Finish inspections are a comprehensive inspection just prior to turnover. The inspection focuses on verification that each unit is complete – meaning all systems and components, finishes, and finish hardware is installed to industry standard and are aesthetically attractive (straight, flush, clean). We inspect all surfaces and document components as meeting or exceeding performance standards. Our Fit and Finish inspections include taking photographs of each item in order to endure that each system and component reflect quality standards. Any anomalies identified are reported to the superintendent, and the responsible trade contractor is expected to immediately resolve the issue upon completion of our inspection.

The Field Inspector should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities. They are also responsible for completing portions of HERS Ratings including field and office work, Energy Audits on existing buildings, Green Building Verification, consulting with customers on attaining ENERGY STAR certification and other Green Building and energy efficiency goal. The Field Inspector may also be responsible for completing energy, IAQ, durability, daylighting, renewable, and/or other improvements on a building.

The Field Inspector may be required to supervise other contractors and provide on-site expertise. They should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities. This job involves working overhead, lifting heavy objects, working with sharp tools, working in hot and cold environments, working off of ladders, repetitive climbing up and reaching up, and exposure to hazards found on construction sites and older existing buildings, maintaining company equipment, and frequently driving long distances.

Employment Requirements

All employees are expected to sign a confidentiality/non-compete agreement, maintain a personal vehicle for work purposes, driver’s license, auto insurance, maintain RESNET/HERS certification, willingness to work with a high production team.

All employees are expected to maintain the highest level of professional ethics, personal hygiene, and appearance. It is expected that all Performance Point employees be able to recognize the dangers associated with construction sites, existing buildings, driving, and their job tasks and put personal safety as the highest priority.

All employees must take pride in their ability to serve our customers and view that relationship as a privilege. Residential new construction work is somewhat seasonal, as such there will be times of the year when working longer hours are expected and vacation time is less available, but there are times with shorter working hours and vacation time is readily available.

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Position: Full-Time Quality Inspector


Location: East Atlanta


About Performance Point

Performance Point is a full-service building performance contractor. We help our customers design and build homes that work better and provide turn-key services to make it a reality. Our service doesn’t stop there, we also follow up with inspections throughout construction to ensure project goals are being implemented. We focus on new construction for single and multifamily projects. Our single-family footprint extends from Tennessee to the Coast and we have multifamily projects across the US! A growing part of Performance Point’s core services is to provide Quality Inspections for our customers. Quality Inspections demand high attention to detail and a long attention span. With these challenges comes a rewarding job task that brings diversity into the workday and yields additional “brain training” benefits for our workforce. This service helps ensure our customer’s perception of quality with their customer.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct Quality Inspections for single-family homes to ensure the home is 100% ready for the homeowner, marking any items that need attention and creating a punch list.
  • Review and prepare forms for submission as part of the reporting process
  • Prepare reports for clients and consult with builders about issues identified
  • Effectively communicate with management and the team on scheduling issues or field related concerns/ideas
  • Assist in Code Compliance Testing, Air Sealing, and Attic Tent Installation for residential new construction.

Job Description

The Quality Inspector is responsible for completing Fit n Finish inspections for new construction homes. Fit and Finish inspections are comprehensive inspections just prior to turnover. The inspection focuses on verification that each unit is complete – meaning all systems and components, finishes, and finish hardware is installed to industry standard and are aesthetically attractive (straight, flush, clean). We inspect all surfaces and documents components as meeting or exceeding performance standards. Our Fit and Finish inspections include taking photographs of each item to ensure that each system and component reflect quality standards. Any anomalies identified are reported to the superintendent, and the responsible trade contractor is expected to immediately resolve the issue upon completion of our inspection. Quality Inspectors should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities.

When QI is slow, you will be responsible for assisting the energy team including field and office work related to building and energy efficiency goals. The Inspector may also be responsible for helping the energy team with installing attic tents, air sealing, completing energy inspections, IAQ, durability, daylighting, renewable, and/or other improvements on a building. The Quality Inspector may be required to supervise other contractors and provide on-site expertise. They should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities.

Employment Requirements

All employees are expected to sign a confidentiality/non-compete agreement, maintain a personal vehicle for work purposes, driver’s license, auto insurance, willingness to work with a high production team. All employees are expected to maintain the highest level of professional ethics, personal hygiene, and appearance. It is expected that all Performance Point employees be able to recognize the dangers associated with construction sites, existing buildings, driving, and their job tasks and put personal safety as the highest priority. All employees must take pride in their ability to serve our customers and view that relationship as a privilege. Residential new construction work is somewhat seasonal, as such there will be times of the year when working longer hours are expected and vacation time is less available, but there are times with shorter working hours and vacation time is readily available.

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Position: Part-Time Quality Inspector


Location: Atlanta, GA


About Performance Point

Performance Point is a full-service building performance contractor. We help our customers design and build homes that work better and provide turn-key services to make it a reality. Our service doesn’t stop there, we also follow up with inspections throughout construction to ensure project goals are being implemented. We focus on new construction for single and multifamily projects. Our single-family footprint extends from Tennessee to the Coast and we have multifamily projects across the US! A growing part of Performance Point’s core services is to provide Quality Inspections for our customers. Quality Inspections demand high attention to detail and a long attention span. With these challenges comes a rewarding job task that brings diversity into the workday and yields additional “brain training” benefits for our workforce. This service helps ensure our customer’s perception of quality with their customer.

Responsibilities

  • Conduct Quality Inspections for single family homes to ensure the home is 100% ready for the homeowner, marking any items that need attention and creating a punch list.
  • Review and prepare forms for submission as part of the reporting process
  • Prepare reports for clients and consult with builders about issues identified
  • Effectively communicate with management and the team on scheduling issues or field related concerns/ideas
  • Conduct Code Compliance Testing, HERS Ratings, ENERGY STAR assessments, Air Sealing, and Air Infiltration Testing for residential new construction. (possible tasks if we grow the energy side of our business)

Job Description

The Quality Inspector is responsible for completing Fit n Finish inspections for new construction homes. Fit and Finish inspections are comprehensive inspections just prior to turnover. The inspection focuses on verification that each unit is complete – meaning all systems and components, finishes, and finish hardware is installed to industry standard and are aesthetically attractive (straight, flush, clean). We inspect all surfaces and documents components as meeting or exceeding performance standards. Our Fit and Finish inspections include taking photographs of each item to ensure that each system and component reflect quality standards. Any anomalies identified are reported to the superintendent, and the responsible trade contractor is expected to immediately resolve the issue upon completion of our inspection. Quality Inspectors should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities.

When QI is slow, you will be responsible for assisting the energy team including field and office work related to building and energy efficiency goals. The Inspector may also be responsible for helping the energy team with installing attic tents, air sealing, completing energy inspections, IAQ, durability, daylighting, renewable, and/or other improvements on a building. The Quality Inspector may be required to supervise other contractors and provide on-site expertise. They should enjoy exposure to varying environments and constantly facing new challenges and learning opportunities.

Employment Requirements

All employees are expected to sign a confidentiality/non-compete agreement, maintain a personal vehicle for work purposes, driver’s license, auto insurance, willingness to work with a high production team. All employees are expected to maintain the highest level of professional ethics, personal hygiene, and appearance. It is expected that all Performance Point employees be able to recognize the dangers associated with construction sites, existing buildings, driving, and their job tasks and put personal safety as the highest priority. All employees must take pride in their ability to serve our customers and view that relationship as a privilege. Residential new construction work is somewhat seasonal, as such there will be times of the year when working longer hours are expected and vacation time is less available, but there are times with shorter working hours and vacation time is readily available.

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