Learn How to Become a Cal/OSHA Elevator Unit Inspector
Looking for an exciting career opportunity as an Elevator Unit Inspector? Cal/OSHA is seeking professionals experienced in the elevator trade to join our team! This webpage provides helpful information on the state’s hiring process for prospective applicants.
Currently, Cal/OSHA has a number of open elevator inspector job opportunities available throughout California. Find the Elevator Unit office closest to you.
To view general information about working for Cal/OSHA, including the unparalleled benefits and competitive salaries, please visit our Work for Cal/OSHA webpage.
To join our team, the process consists of three important steps:
- Step 1: Passing an exam
- Step 2: Applying for job openings
- Step 3: Interviewing for a position
More information on the hiring process can be found on our How to Get a State Job webpage.
At Cal/OSHA, there is one primary job classification for elevator inspectors: Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators). The Elevator Unit has elevator inspector positions available throughout California. Anyone can apply, but you must meet the minimum qualifications for the specific job classification. Specific details about the application process and the minimum qualifications for the Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators) job classification are described below.
Cal/OSHA Is Hiring Associate Safety Engineers (Elevator)
To learn if this position is the right fit for you, read the “Minimum Qualifications” in the Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators) job specification.
To be hired for an Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators) position, you must pass the Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators) Exam.
Visit CalCareers to search for and apply for Associate Safety Engineer (Elevators) job openings.
If you have passed the exam or are awaiting your exam results, click that you are List Eligible when applying.
Have questions? Want to learn more?
If you have questions, contact the Elevator Unit at ElevatorJobs@dir.ca.gov