The ideal candidate should meet the minimum requirements of the position.
Fire inspectors work both in offices and in the field. In the field, inspectors examine buildings such as apartment complexes and offices. They also may visit and inspect other structures, such as arenas and industrial plants. Performance of essential functions may require exposure to adverse environmental conditions, such as dirt, dust, pollen, temperature and weather extremes, hazardous materials, fumes, explosion, fire, heights, confined spaces, electric currents, traffic hazards, or animal/wildlife attacks; prolonged sitting at computer station.
Holidays: The City recognizes 11 days each calendar year plus 2 floating holidays.
Vacation: Employees earn 3.70 hours of vacation per pay period for the first three years and increases to the maximum of 9.23 hours per pay period.
Sick Leave: 3.70 hours earned per pay period with no maximum accrual cap.
Retirement: Employees are members of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) for Public Safety. The city does not participate in Social Security.
Health Insurance: Employee pays a portion for employee and dependent coverage of medical, dental, health and life insurance.
Medicare: City pays 1.45% of salary; employee pays 1.45% of salary.
SDI: 1% of salary paid by employee.
Deferred Compensation: CalPERS 457 Deferred Compensation program is available for employee participation.
Additional: Longevity pay based on years of service; City pays all state mandated training and licenses.
Please upload all required certifications and licenses along with your submittal. Incomplete submissions will not be accepted.