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4 Year Degree
2 openings available.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 2264
Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC)
Life Safety Code Architect II
If you are looking for a place to work where you can take your architectural skills to the next level and be part of a collaborative team that makes a difference, this is the job for you!
As part of a collaborative team of public servants, a Life Safety Code Architect II protects vulnerable Texans by determining compliance with state and federal life safety code requirements at regulated HHSC long term care facilities, including Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, Intermediate Care Facilities Serving Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, Day Activity Health Services facilities, Inpatient Hospices, and Prescribed Pediatric Extended Care Centers.
Performs review of plans and construction documents for new construction and renovation work in long term care facilities to determine compliance with the Life Safety Code (NFPA 101) and applicable federal/state regulatory requirements.
Conducts field inspections at long term care facilities to determine compliance with the Life Safety Code (NFPA 101) and applicable federal/state regulatory requirements.
Identifies and writes reports detailing deficiencies/violations and narratives to support regulatory determinations.
Communicates with providers, contractors, stakeholders, Health and Human Services Commission staff, architects, and engineers regarding licensing standards, current codes, and regulations.
Registered as an Architect by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners.
Professional experience that relates to evaluating buildings and structures for code compliance.
Must successfully complete any required state and federal training and become qualified to conduct Life Safety Code surveys independently within the first 12 months.
This position offers excellent state of Texas benefits, including health insurance and retirement; and the opportunity to travel to different facilities within Texas. The opportunity to telework is also an option.
Two positions are currently open see the links below,
Many of the people who currently work in HHS report they do it because they feel like their work makes a difference in someone’s life. If you want to join our team, HHS is looking for professionals seeking to serve and solve challenging issues in a variety of roles.