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ICC DISASTER RESPONSE NETWORK ALERT 1-2012

Friday, November 09, 2012  
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Event name: Hurricane SandyRequesting Jurisdiction: State of New Jersey Department of Community AffairsMission Description: As a result of Hurricane Sandy, the State of New Jersey Department of Community Affairs may be looking for temporary part-time building and electrical inspectors in the near future. If you are interested in this possible opportunity, you must have the following experience:
  • Building: 3 years of experience as a Building Inspector with a current International Code Council certification in Residential and/or Commercial inspections.
  • Electrical: 5 years of experience as an Electrical Inspector or equivalent experience in an industry currently regulated by the National Electrical Code along with a current International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) – Certified Electrical Inspector Residential.
The 2009 ICC Codes and the 2011 NEC are the currently adopted codes for the State of New Jersey. A valid driver’s license is also required.Contact: Please email volunteer@iccsafe.org or call 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233), ext. 5238 if you are interested in this specific request. PLEASE REFERENCE ICC DRN# 1-2012.ICC Information: To assist communities in disaster recovery efforts, the International Code Council has provided building safety professionals an opportunity to volunteer to help affected jurisdictions with building damage assessment, building inspections and other code-related functions in your community. These individuals have volunteered via the ICC Web site. ICC will provide a list of these volunteers to impacted jurisdictions or their agencies or departments.Volunteers do not represent ICC, and ICC does not represent any jurisdiction or entity that is requesting assistance. ICC does not investigate or assess the qualification, skills, capabilities or background of volunteers, and has no control over the volunteer's information once it has been provided to state and local governments. In addition, all matters relating to a volunteer's service—including the nature of the help needed, the time frame, expenses, housing, meals, insurance, salary reimbursement, and liability for injuries or damage to or by the volunteer—must be arranged between the volunteer and the jurisdiction requesting help.For information, please call 888-ICC-SAFE (888-422-7233), ext. 5238.