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Property Inspector

Reliable Reports Inc. (RRI) is currently seeking Part Time Employee Field Reporting Specialists (FRS) to work in the Charleston, WV and surrounding areas.
No experience, licensing, certificates or degree required. All employee positions receive paid training and benefits 401K offered based on employment status.
RRI is seeking motivated individuals who desire a long-term position with a rapidly growing company. RRI is growing both geographically and the services offered. This has presented many opportunities for personal and professional growth for our staff.
The responsibilities of a FRS are to provide an accurate and timely inspection in an automated format while working from home. These inspections will include commercial and/or residential properties.
FRS are paid for each inspection completed and the fees for each inspection vary based on the size and scope of the inspection. Our fulltime inspectors in this area average between $35,000 and $40,000 per year.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Receive work electronically
Complete the inspection in the field while meeting or exceeding all of RRI's
field policies and procedures in addition to any of RRI's customer's requests
Send completed work electronically via the internet on RRI's field forms and/or customer specific forms
Property Inspectors are required to adhere to RRI's dress code and conduct themselves in a professional manor
Requirements:
Compatible computer - standard PC
Compatible internet - high speed
Reliable transportation
Must be able to pass criminal and MVR back ground checks and drug test

This can be a physically demanding job and will require the inspector to work outside in all elements, move through small spaces, walk on roofs, get from one location to another quickly/efficiently. Successful candidates will be a self-starter and able to proficiently manage their time.

Please cut and paste the link below into your web browser address bar to start the application process.
https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=12735041



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