Coyle SWPPP Professionals
Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector
January 24, 2022
The primary responsibility of the Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector (Inspector) is to
perform field erosion and sediment control inspections on roadway, bridge, and building projects
in accordance with the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) prepared for the project.
The Inspector must have a good understanding of erosion and sediment control as it relates to
roadway, bridge, and building construction. Specific job training will be provided.
Many of the projects to be inspected are Ohio Department of Transportation, County, and
Municipal road and bridge projects and are located throughout the State of Ohio. As such, the
Inspector must be prepared to drive long distances as part of their work and will be required to
drive Coyle SWPPP Professionals’ vehicles.
The Inspector will report to Coyle SWPPP Professionals’ project designers. The Inspector must
be able to effectively communicate with the project designers on conditions observed in the field,
making recommendations as to any changes to the SWPPP that might be required.
The Inspector position is a full-time salary position. Hours will vary throughout the construction
The Inspector should have a two year Associates Degree in Environmental and/or
Construction/Construction Management Technology or equivalent. Appropriate work experience
can qualify as an equivalent.
CPESC and/or CESSWI certifications are required to perform erosion and sediment control
inspections. Specific job training will be provided.
The Inspector must understand and be competent in the use of computers and computer software
such as Microsoft Office Products.
Previous construction experience in heavy highway construction work is a plus.