Code Inspector Job Description Sample
Fire Code Inspector
The Fire Prevention Office (FPO) of the Arlington County Fire Department is seeking a qualified and experienced fire code inspector for its Systems Test Unit. The Systems Test Unit performs approximately 2,100 annual tests and inspections of commercial and residential buildings that have fire protection systems to ensure buildings in Arlington County are in compliance with Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code, the Code of Arlington County, and other relevant fire prevention codes for the protection of life and property from fire and explosive hazards. As a member of the unit this Fire Code Inspector will oversee annual tests of fire protection systems on existing commercial and special hazard occupancies to ensure that the systems are in service, functioning properly, inspected, tested, and maintained.
Specific duties include:
Inspecting buildings and other occupied structures to ensure compliance with applicable codes and standards pertaining to the installation and testing of fire protection systems such as the fire alarm, sprinkler, suppression, HVAC systems, fire hydrants, water distribution systems, and access control systems;
Providing system testing of commercial buildings as required for annual code compliance;
Witnessing the required sprinkler and fire protection system performance tests conducted by certified third-party contractors of the building owner or occupant;
Interpreting applicable codes and standards during inspections and communicating codes and standards to citizens, building occupants, and building owners;
Identifying other building hazards related to fire safety and system inspection such as replacement of exit lights, locked or blocked exist ways, and improper use of extension cords;
Issuing notices of violation and writing detailed reports of code non-compliance;
Re-inspecting and testing to ensure compliance of occupancies or properties in violation; and
Reviewing historical data in computer database prior to conducting inspections and entering new information to update system.
Minimum: Progressively responsible experience in the design, installation, repair, maintenance, inspection, testing, or code enforcement of fire protection systems plus additional required certifications as listed below:
Virginia Fire Inspector Certification (National Fire Protection Association 1031 Certification);
General Certification (IBC/CORE); and
Must possess or obtain Virginia Certification in Fire Protection 3B - General and Fire Protection (Building Officials and Code Administrators Association) within the first twelve months of employment.
Substitution: National Pro Board Certified 1031 Certification or NICET Fire Alarm Systems Level II or Level III certification will substitute for National Fire Protection Association 1031 Certification and IBC/CORE certification. Candidates utilizing this substitution must have at least three years of relevant work experience as described above. No substitution of education for experience is allowed for those utilizing the National Pro Board or NICET Certification substitution. Candidates hired under this substitution must obtain the certifications described in the minimum qualifications within 18 months of hire.
Desirable: Preference may be given to candidates with one or more of the following:
Possession of a Fire Protection General 3B certification from the National Certification Program for Construction Code Inspectors (NCPCCI); and/or
Experience performing extensive data entry, maintaining data in an automated system, and writing detailed reports to document code compliance.
The applicant must possess and maintain throughout employment a valid driver's license issued by the state of applicant's residence. The applicant must provide or authorize Arlington County to obtain a copy of the applicant's official state/district driving record. Any offer of employment may be contingent on a favorable review of the applicant's driving record and criminal history.
A background check will be conducted on all candidates who are finalists for the position. It may include checks of the following: criminal record, driving record, education, professional licensure, and credit check and may require signing a release authorizing the County to obtain this information.
Completion of the Commonwealth of Virginia Statement of Economic Interest form will be required of the successful candidate upon hire and annually thereafter.
Please complete each section of the application. A resume may be attached; however, it will not substitute for the completed application. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Work hours: 40 hours per week, typically Monday through Friday. However, exact work shifts may vary and is based upon the availability of properties to be inspected and may include some weekends and overtime.
Arlington County Government employee benefits depend on whether a position is permanent, the number of hours worked, and the number of months the position is scheduled.
Specific information on benefits and conditions of employment can be found on the Arlington County Human Resources Department website: www.arlingtonva.us/pers.
Permanent, Full-Time Appointments
All jobs are permanent, full-time appointments unless otherwise stated in the announcement. The following benefits are available:
Paid Leave: Vacation leave is earned at the rate of four hours biweekly. Leave accrual increases every three years until eight hours of leave are earned biweekly for twelve or more years of service. Sick leave is earned at the rate of four hours biweekly. There are eleven paid holidays each year.
Health and Dental Insurance: Three group health insurance plans are offered - a network open access plan, a point-of-service plan, and a health maintenance organization. A group dental insurance plan is also offered. The County pays a significant portion of the premium for these plans for employees and their dependents. A discount vision plan is provided for eye care needs.
Life Insurance: A group term policy of basic life insurance is provided at no cost to employees. The benefit is one times annual salary. Additional life insurance is available with rates based on the employee's age and smoker/non-smoker status.
Retirement: The County offers three vehicles to help you prepare for retirement: a defined benefit plan, a defined contribution plan (401(a)), and a deferred compensation plan (457). The defined benefit plan provides a monthly retirement benefit based on your final average salary and years of service with the County. You contribute a portion of your salary on a pre-tax basis to this plan. General employees contribute 4% of pay; uniformed public safety employees contribute 7.5% of pay. Employees become vested in the plan at five years of service. The County also contributes to this plan.
For general employees, the County also contributes 4.2% of pay to a defined contribution plan (401(a)) . The County also matches your 457 contribution, up to $20 per pay period, in this plan. The 457 deferred compensation plan allows you to set aside money on either a pre-tax (457b) or post-tax (457 Roth) basis up to the IRS annual limit. New employees are automatically enrolled with a pre-tax contribution equal to 2% of your base pay.
Other Benefits: The County also offers health, dependent care, and parking flexible spending accounts; long-term care insurance; tuition assistance; transit and walk/bike to work subsidies; a college savings plan; wellness programs; training opportunities; and a variety of other employee benefits.
Permanent, Part-Time Appointments:
Part time employees who work ten or more hours per week receive paid leave and benefits in proportion to the number of hours worked per week.
Limited Term Appointments:
Benefits are the same as permanent appointments except that the employees do not achieve permanent status.
Temporary Regular Appointments:
Temporary regular employees who work 30 hours or more per week are eligible for health, dental, and basic life insurance as described above. They are also eligible for vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays.
Temporary Seasonal and Occasional Appointments:
Temporary employees who work on a seasonal basis or variable hours receive sick leave, but do not normally receive other paid leave or benefits. Exceptions are noted in individual announcements.
If not indicated on your application, please describe your experience in the design, installation, repair, maintenance, inspection, testing, or code enforcement of fire protection systems. If you do not have this experience, type "N/A".
Please indicate if you have any of the following certifications:
Virginia Fire Inspector Certification (National Fire Protection Association 1031 Certification)
General Certification (IBC/CORE)
Virginia Certification in Fire Protection 3B - General and Fire Protection (Building Officials and Code Administrators Association), or can obtain within 12 months of employment
National Pro Board Certified 1031 Certification
NICET Fire Alarm Systems Level II or Level III
Fire Protection General 3B certification from the National Certification Program for Construction Code Inspectors (NCPCCI)
None of the above
Please describe your experience performing extensive data entry, maintaining data in an automated system, and writing detailed reports related to the tracking and documentation of code compliance. If you do not have this experience, type "N/A".
Do you currently possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license?
Address2100 Clarendon Blvd, Suite 511
Arlington, Virginia, 22201
Code Inspector I
Inspects assigned areas of the city to enforce provisions of zoning ordinance, property maintenance ordinance, junked vehicle ordinance, weed and rubbish ordinance, and other codes as assigned.
Inspect assigned areas of the city to identify violations of assigned codes;
Document the nature of the violation and follow procedures to earn compliance;
Inspect for violations of zoning ordinance to ensure adherence with the City's Comprehensive Land Use Plan;
Enforce state and local regulations regarding substandard housing and junk vehicles to preserve the health, safety and welfare of the community;
Interpret and implement provisions of assigned codes and ordinances in accordance with departmental policies and practices;
Explain ordinance provisions to citizens. Counsel citizens regarding the nature of the violation and any actions required for compliance;
Testify before appropriate boards, commissions, or courts regarding code violations;
Complete reports and enter data on inspection activities as required;
Coordinate activities with office and clerical staff to ensure proper notification to citizens;
Conduct follow-up inspections as necessary;
Perform related duties as required.
High school diploma or equivalent. No specific experience required; any combination of relevant education and experience which provides the following:
Valid Current Driver's License;
Physical exam required;
Bachelor 's degree preferred.
Knowledge and Abilities
Educate, enforce, read, and interpret City ordinances, state, and federal law;
Work with the public in a diplomatic manner;
Prepare reports and document evidence of violations;
Work with a code enforcement database;
Obtain license as a Certified Code Enforcement Officer within 12 months;
Frequently walk during the shift.
Continuously bend during the shift.
Occasionally kneel during the shift.
Place arms above, at, or below shoulder height.
Frequently lift and carry up to 25 pounds.
Occasionally lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
Coordinate eye, hand, and foot movement in order to operate a vehicle.
Environmental Inspector I/Ii - Planning, Building And Code Enforcement
The Department of Planning, Building and Code Enforcement, Code Enforcement Division, is hiring an Environmental Inspector I/II in its Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) Program. This environmental professional is one of four members of San José's CalRecycle, State Certified Local Enforcement Agency. This position will be responsible for facility inspections of Solid Waste Permitted facilities to assure compliance with State Public Resource Codes and California Code of Regulations Titles 14 & 27, complaint investigations, enforcement activities, random gas monitoring at closed landfills, and review and approval of Solid Waste Facility Permits and technical documents.
The incumbent will be expected to maintain positive and open communication with facility operators, other City, County, State Agencies and to attend required training(s).
Typical duties for this position include but are not limited to:
Inspects open landfill, materials recovery facilities, closed landfill sites, composting operations, construction & demolition debris recycling facilities for compliance with Federal, State and Local Regulations.
Intake, review, determine if technical documents/applications are complete and correct per State Regulations.
Consult with LEA supervisor and CalRecycle to determine appropriate enforcement actions to take against facility owner/operator per investigations.
Prepare and present enforcement case violations to the City of San José and LEA hearing officer for further actions.
Provide education on program policies and regulations at community meetings (SWEP, CEQA, etc.), technical conferences, Division Code Enforcement Academy, etc. as needed/requested by management.
Participate in developing and implementing policies, procedures and technical protocol specific to the LEA program.
May be responsible for the application, completion and/or monitoring of the annual EA grant to CalRecycle.
Must learn and become proficient in the CalRecycle Solid Waste Information System (SWIS) processes/procedures and Decade Envision Connect procedures.
Respond to and investigate odor complaints relating to compost facilities within the designated areas immediately or within the same day the complaint was received.
May be assigned to responsibilities associated with annual updates to the Environmental Enforcement Plan (EPP). Provide ongoing monitoring to ensure all approved changes are updated immediately, formatted per CalRecycle recommendations and sent to CalRecycle for EPP update.
Required to participate in the Annual Medical Monitoring Program to assure proper health and fitness are monitored and maintained to do the job.
Maintain daily activity log, daily record keeping updates of pertinent facility documents to maintain a complete facility history.
Work with LEA supervisor and CalRecycle to enforce regulations/conditions specific to SWFP and associated technical documents.
Draft and issue solid waste facility permits for new sites and revise permits at existing facilities when there are changes as well as perform five years of all permitted facilities.
Prepares enforcement cases for the City and district attorneys, including preparing analytical data reports and interpreting analyzing, data laws, rules and regulations.
Responds to emergency spills, overseas cleanup, ensures clean up compliance.
A Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) is highly desirable.
- Work Condition
Incumbents may be required to participate in an annual physical
This recruitment may be used to fill multiple positions in this, or other divisions or departments. If you are interested in employment in this classification, you should apply to ensure you are considered for additional opportunities that may utilize the applicants from this recruitment.
1.Education: Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Science, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, or a closely related field
Environmental Inspector I: None
Environmental Inspector II: Two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience in environmental inspection and/or environmental consulting experience in assessing industrial, commercial, residential, and/or institutional facilities for compliance with Federal, State, or local codes OR equivalent experience in laboratory work, hazardous materials, or process control.
3.Licenses or Certificates: Possession of a valid State of California driver's license
Employment Eligibility: Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country. Please be informed that the City of San Jose will NOT sponsor, represent or sign any documents related to visa applications/transfers for H1-B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application.
The ideal candidate will possess the following competencies, as demonstrated in past and current employment history. Desirable competencies for this position include:
- Job Expertise
- Demonstrates knowledge of and experience with applicable professional/technical principles and practices, Citywide and departmental procedures/policies and federal and state rules and regulations; demonstrates knowledge of and experience with applicable professional/technical Local Enforcement Agency principles and practices for Citywide and departmental procedures/policies, and federal and state; database management systems experience to perform day-to-day work functions such as types of reports; a Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) is highly desirable.
- Analytical Thinking
- Approaching a problem or situation by using a logical, systematic, sequential approach.
Reliability – Completes quality work assignments in a timely and efficient manner; fulfills responsibilities and maintains confidentiality as appropriate
- Effectively conveys information and expresses thoughts and facts clearly, orally and in writing; demonstrates effective use of listening skills; displays openness to other people's ideas and thoughts.
- Conflict Management
- Uses appropriate interpersonal styles and methods to reduce tension or conflict between two or more people, by presenting the facts, analysis, and conclusions or solutions that show command of content and perspectives and interests of the audience.
- Customer Service
- Demonstrates the ability to anticipate customers' needs and deliver services effectively and efficiently using professional demeanor.
- Exhibits resourceful behaviors toward meeting job objectives; anticipates problems, is proactive, and avoids difficulties by planning ahead; displays willingness to assume extra responsibility and challenges; pursues continuing education opportunities that promotes job performance.
- Team Work & Interpersonal Skills
- Develops effective relationships with co-workers and supervisors by helping others accomplish tasks and using collaboration and conflict resolution skills.
The selection process will consist of an evaluation of the applicant's training and experience based on the application and responses to the Job Specific Questions. Only the candidates whose backgrounds best match the position will be invited to proceed in the selection process. Additional phases of the selection process will consist of one or more interviews, one of which may include a practical/writing exercise.
You will be prompted to answer the following job-specific questions during the online application process. Please note that there is a 4,000-character limit, including spaces, for each text response.
1.Please describe your experience in inspecting industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional facilities for compliance with government codes or equal experience in laboratory work, hazardous materials, process control, or environmental inspection; include the number of years of experience performing this type of work.
2.Please describe your experience working in a Local Enforcement Agency (LEA) including the number of years and agency(s) you worked for.
3.Indicating the types of systems or applications used and the types of reports developed, please describe your experience using data management systems, computer applications, or other technology used to perform day-to-day work functions.
4.Please describe your experience in handling conflicts or other difficult interactions with customers, contacts, clients, or team members. Provide an example of a conflict or interaction and describe how you addressed the situation.
5.Are you registered as an Environmental Health Specialist in California (REHS)? Please provide your REHS registration number.
You must answer all job-specific questions in order to be considered for this vacancy or your application will be deemed incomplete and withheld from further consideration.
If you have questions about the duties of this position, the selection or hiring processes, please contact Amy Ruiz at email@example.com.
Environmental Inspector I - $73,287.40 - $89,003.20
Environmental Inspector II - $80,808.00 - $98,238.40
Seasonal Code Compliance Inspector
Job Description: Benefits Supplemental Questions
Under the direction of the Chief Building Inspector the position is responsible for performing visual inspections of all properties in the City of Racine for compliance with the tall grass/weed ordinance. Other inspection duties may be required as need arises.
Essential Duties:ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Perform visual inspections by driving and walking through city neighborhoods and recognizing when properties are not in compliance with the tall grass/weed ordinance.
Enter into IPad or similar handheld computer device information that will generate a violation notice to the property owner for non-compliance with the ordinance.
Photograph existing violation so that documentation can be retained for future use.
Provide customer service to the public and other interested parties concerning violation notices.
Work alongside other inspectors and manager to learn computer system and relevant software.
Maintain a consistent and reliable attendance record.
Assists the Chief Building Inspector in his/her duties and performs related work as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:
Ability to operate computer equipment, mobile devices such as iPads or tablets.
Ability to use specialized computer software related to inspections and work orders.
Ability to write and describe in detail conditions found during inspection of properties.
Ability to communicate effectively, and exercise good judgment, courtesy and tact when dealing with the general public.
Ability to follow oral and written instructions with minimum of direct supervision.
Possess and operate motor vehicle in a safe, defensive manner.
Possess a valid Wisconsin Driver's License.
Supplemental Information:PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF THE POSITION:
Duties include walking, driving, sitting, bending, stooping, kneeling and standing in place.
ENVIRONMENTAL/WORKING CONDITIONS OF THE POSITION:
Exposure to outdoor weather conditions, including rain and extreme heat. Typical office environment part of the day.
Will be required to use computers and associated software on a daily basis. Copy machine and other office equipment as needed.
Code Enforcement Specialist M14
Perform residential and commercial property inspections, vacant lot surveys, and weed and litter inspections, to ensure compliance of the City's zoning codes, ordinances, regulations, and land-use requirements; conduct field investigations to identify corrective action steps required to achieve zoning compliance; communicate with property owners, developers and/or contractors; issue notifications regarding code violations, and provide methods to achieve compliance; may attend court related matters, and work independently with a variety of professionals within the construction industry, to enforce code requirements and resolve non-compliance issues; review, analyze and interpret construction and site plans, business applications and registrations; draft recommendations for condemnation of unsafe or hazardous dwellings; and perform a variety of administrative tasks to support upper level management.
Job descriptions are intended to present a general list of tasks/duties performed by employees within this job classification. Job Descriptions are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Minimum Education, Experience And Additional Requirements
Related education and experience may be interchangeable on a year for year basis.
Associate's degree from an accredited college or university, plus five (5) years of property or code enforcement, building construction, construction management, zoning enforcement, housing inspection or related experience.
Possession of a Driver's License or the ability to obtain by date of hire.
Possession of a City Operator's Permit (COP) within six (6) months from date of hire.
Possess and maintain an appropriate valid housing code certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC), or possess and maintain certification acceptable to the State of New Mexico as a Building Inspector within ninety (90) days from date of hire as a Code Enforcement Specialist.
Principles and practices of planning
Operations, services and activities of the Comprehensive City Zoning Codes, Building Codes, Ordinances and Land-Use Requirements.
Applicable building and code enforcement regulations, including mechanical, electrical or sanitary codes
Uniform Owner-Residential Relations Act, NMSA 47-8
General methods and techniques of field inspection and investigative work, report writing and documentation of code violations
Advanced mathematical principles and practices used to calculate distance, geometric areas and height
Principles and procedures of record keeping, report preparation, and business letter writing
Modern office procedures, methods and equipment, including computers (desktop, laptop, tablet, etc.), smartphones and similar communication devices
Use and application of basic engineering and architectural scales and related measuring and drafting tools
Preferred Skills & Abilities
Conduct field inspections and investigations, and enforce zoning codes, building codes and ordinances; recommend corrective action necessary to resolve noted violations
Perform residential and commercial property inspections, to include vacant lot surveys, weed and litter inspections.
Accurately read and interpret blueprints; examine residential and commercial plans to determine applicable compliance with zoning standards
Review, analyze and interpret construction and site plans, business applications and registrations.
Recommend that substandard dwellings be condemned because the structure cannot be repaired
Issue written notifications regarding code violations, and provide methods to achieve compliance.
Work independently in the absence of supervision
Work flexible hours including evenings and weekends to attend meetings and conduct inspections
Maintain accurate logs and records regarding inspections, code violations, enforcement actions and compliance efforts
Respond to requests and inquiries from the general public
Communicate clearly and concisely with a variety of professionals within the construction industry, to enforce code requirements and resolve non-compliance issues.
Perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Code Compliance Supervisor
Position Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
This announcement will be used to fill a full-time permanent Environmental Control Inspection Supervisor (working title: Code Compliance Supervisor) position in the department of Inspections and Permits located on Riva Road in Annapolis, MD.
This is a Safety Sensitive position which means that employees in this position are subject to Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS) and Alcohol testing.
This is supervisory and skilled work in supervising inspectors and sites and securing and maintaining compliance with County and State Codes and regulations governing soil erosion control in construction projects.
NATURE AND VARIETY OF WORK
Work includes approving or disapproving plans and making recommendations for improving plans. Work includes the supervision of subordinate inspectors.
Work includes the application of discretion and judgment in the interpretation of pertinent codes and regulations. Work is performed under general supervision within established policies, regulations, technical guidelines, and codes and is reviewed by a superior through conferences and reports.
Examples of Duties and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:(Note: The duties and responsibilities enumerated in this class specification are for the purpose of determining a common set of minimum qualifications and salary level for all positions in this class. They are not intended to include all of the essential functions of all positions in the class.)
Conducts difficult and complex investigations of technically challenging complaints with the assigned inspector.
Supervises and participates in the activities of a staff of subordinate inspectors engaged in compliant investigations, abatement requirements, mitigation requirements, and securing and maintaining compliance with County and State codes and regulations.
Processes, reviews and checks standard grading plans submitted for work where a grading permit is not required.
Reviews and checks civil engineering plans submitted by builders, architects, contractors engineers, and owners prior to issuance of grading permit for compliance with violations notices, limits of disturbance, County and State codes, regulations, and ordinances.
Investigates complaints; compose violation notices, issue corrective notices including mitigation and abatement plans.
Testify at Board of Appeal hearings, variance hearings, and court hearings.
Recommends changes in existing codes and regulations.
Supervises, receives, and completes databases related to Standard Grading Plans; issues comment letters and tracks progress of plan through system.
Prepares and maintains written reports and violation notices, including code references.
Performs related work as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of the methods and practices involved in complaint inspection, preparation and documentation of violations, public and proprietary database research and data entry.
Thorough knowledge of grading, construction, and erosion and sediment control methods and procedures.
Thorough knowledge of laws and codes pertaining to critical area, forestry, grading, and sediment and erosion control.
Thorough knowledge of construction methods and procedures.
Ability to plan the work of and supervise subordinate inspectors.
Ability to read and interpret complex plans, blueprints and specifications.
Ability to enforce and interpret regulations with firmness, tact, and impartiality.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with contractors, architects, property owners, and the public.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Graduation from high school; two or more years of experience in the field of building construction with emphasis on grading, sediment control, soil erosion, and inspection techniques, or a related field; successful completion of an erosion and sediment control training program pursuant to State law; and a valid non-commercial Class C motor vehicle operator's license.
Energy Code Compliance Inspector
NV5 (NASDAQ: NVEE) is a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions to public and private sector clients in the infrastructure, energy, construction, program management and environmental markets. NV5 is an ENR Top 500 firm; we offer a full range of professional services in offices throughout the U.S.
NV5, Inc. is seeking a qualified Full Time ICC Inspector to provide inspection services for the development of energy projects in the State of California. Must have experience providing inspections for energy generation, transmission or heavy industrial projects. Combination inspector with experience with California adopted codes preferred. Typical project types include power generation facilities (renewable and fossil fuel), electric transmission, gas transmission and associated facilities as well as industrial development. Project locations and durations range from assignment to assignment.
Perform inspections to verify construction is completed in adherence with approved codes, laws ordinances, regulations and standards
Verify that construction complies with approved plans and calculations
Read, research, and objectively interpret code requirements
Maintain clear, concise and comprehensive records related to inspection activities
Review complex engineering documents to ensure construction compliance
Interface with Project Managers, Engineers, and clients through participation in project meetings and daily site interaction.
Other duties as assigned
Must have current inspection certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC) – Combination Building Inspector certification preferred.
Must possess experience providing inspections for energy generation, transmission, or heavy industrial projects
Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills and act as a "tem player" with clients and co-workers.
Ability to utilize Microsoft office software.
Must be able to work independently and consistently meet deadlines.
NV5 offers a complete and competitive benefits package for Full Time Employees.
NV5 provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. NV5 complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
Code Compliance Officer
Interprets, explains, and enforces the provisions of County codes/ordinances or other applicable federal, state, and local codes, laws, rules, regulations, specifications, standards, policies and procedures; researches code-related issues as needed; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations.
Provides information and assistance concerning codes/ordinances, code interpretation, code compliance, and related issues; discusses violations and problem areas with property owners, developers, contractors, engineers, or other individuals. recommends solutions to problems; responds to questions or complaints concerning violations.
Patrols county areas and inspects various sites to determine compliance with codes/ordinances relating to environmental protection, solid waste disposal, illegal dumping, scrap tires, or other code enforcement issues; responds to crime scenes and to complaints of potential code violations.
Conducts investigations; conducts site visits, collects information, and gathers evidence; interviews witnesses, complainants, offenders, or other individuals regarding complaints or violations; makes photographic or video records of inspection sites.
Identifies code violations, deficiencies, or other areas of non-compliance; issues warnings, stop work orders, and/or citations as appropriate; performs follow-up site visits to determine whether properties have come into compliance.
This classification is designated as a safety sensitive position which is subject to random drug and alcohol testing and any other drug testing methods as stated in policies adopted by Forsyth County concerning drug and alcohol.
High school diploma or GED; supplemented by one (1) year previous experience and/or training involving code enforcement or law enforcement; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license.
Tier 2 Support Engineer – A Little React & Node Code & 2 Days At Home
Code Compliance Coordinator
Since its founding in 2000, TeleSolv Consulting has been committed to helping organizations solve complex problems. Our solutions integrate sound management principles with the most appropriate technologies to assist senior executives in effectively managing programmatic, schedule, and technical risks.
Our Company is seeking a Plans Examiner to perform the role of Code Compliance Coordinator to support a Federal agency in Kansas City, MO. The Compliance Coordinator works with subject matter experts in the planning, design, construction, and project closeout phases of projects for primarily the Government owned facilities and also serves as a consultant on code matters for buildings leased from private building owners.
The Government organization is responsible for all aspects of facility design, renovation, and management within Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri. These activities include ensuring that all projects are designed and constructed in accordance with recognized codes and standards as defined in the “PBS-P100 FACILITIES STANDARDS FOR THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE” (known as the P100). Previous experience with P100 is not a requirement but would be a plus.
The intent of this position is to have a qualified code review professional who will work with Engineers, Architects, cost estimators, and various other subject matter experts. The Compliance Coordinator will work with other professionals to ensure that projects are designed in accordance with the P100.
- Serves as project lead to perform multi-discipline plan review for new buildings, repair and alterations projects, tenant fit out renovations, site development, grading, and utilities.
- Serves as project lead to perform plan and specifications review for compliance with Architectural, Structural, Electrical, Mechanical, Energy Conservation, Fire Suppression, Fire Alarm, and Elevator codes and standards.
- Applies codes and standards to ensure compliance. In situations where the project team needs to request a code deviation, coordinates the preparation and submission of code deviations, with appropriate national office business lines.
- Attends meetings on behalf of the client with local code officials.
- Advises Architecture and Engineering (A/E) firms on P100 interpretation issues.
- Operates as a senior level expert and provides authoritative advice and technical expertise to management officials, regional architects/engineers and project managers concerning P100 compliance.
- May conduct field visits to perform inspections of projects and/or to advise project teams on P100 compliance issues.
- Develops, revises, and/or maintains P100 compliance procedures/processes.
- May represent the client in working groups and is recognized as a code authority.
- Serves as coordinator for the R6 design and P100 compliance process.
- +/- 15% Travel may be required for this position.
- 10 years of experience in the use and application of the codes and standards.
- Certifications in multiple categories of the ICC.
- 10 years of experience in leading groups of Architects and Engineers in code compliance/review of commercial buildings.
- Outstanding interpersonal skills, written and oral communication skills,
- Ability to work well with others in a team environment.
- Able to read and apply program specific guides and standards to projects.
- Individual shall be able to obtain and maintain an active minimum Moderate Risk Public Trust Clearance.
- Knowledge and experience with “PBS-P100 FACILITIES STANDARDS FOR THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE” is a plus.
1.4 Nationally Recognized Codes and Standards
1.4.1 Conflicts between Codes or Standards and GSA Requirements
1.4.2 ICC International Codes
1.4.3 NFPA Life Safety Code
1.4.4 NFPA National Electrical Code
1.4.5 National Standards
1.5 State and Local Codes
1.5.1 State and Local Government Consultation and Review
1.5.3 Design Review for Code Compliance
1.5.4 Construction Inspections
This position may also be known in some jurisdictions as Plans Examiner, Code Enforcement Coordinator, or Multidisciplined Code Official among others.
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