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The City of San Rafael's Community Development Department seeks your creativity, passion, industry insights and entrepreneurial spirit. Are you interested in supporting an innovative permitting process that promotes efficient and first rate customer service?
The City of Citrus Heights is seeking an individual with professional planning credentials to work as an Assistant or Associate Planner. The Planning Division, as part of the Community Development Department, is responsible for current planning projects which encompasses reviewing all proposed development projects including new residential, commercial, and office developments along with completing the environmental reviews of all planning projects.
The City of Belmont is seeking an experienced and innovative administrator to serve as the City’s Chief Building Official. Under general direction of the Community Development Director, the Chief Building Official serves as the administer of the City's Building Division and Permit Center; will enforce all laws and regulations including the Building, Electrical, Plumbing and Mechanical Codes; perform plan review and field verification for all applicable codes; and perform a variety of tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
The Town of Moraga is a is a small, family-oriented bedroom community offering a quiet semi-rural lifestyle within easy reach of big city amenities. Located 22 miles east of San Francisco and 10 miles from Oakland, Moraga offers a unique blend of residential areas, two shopping centers and open hillsides. Moraga is also the home of Saint Mary’s College.
The Town of Los Gatos invites applications for the position of Senior Building Inspector.
To view the full announcement for this exciting opportunity, please click on this link Job Annoucement.
Tentative Recruitment Schedule:
Open Until: February 16, 2018
Oral Panel Interview: March 08, 2018
Within discretionary authority performs a variety of routine and complex administrative, supervisory and technical, work in administering and enforcing building, housing, zoning and related codes.
This classification is FLSA exempt and works under the general supervision of the Community Development Director. Exercise supervision over building inspectors, plan reviewers, technicians, support staff, and other staff, as assigned. Provides direction, training and direct supervision to subordinate technical and administrative support staff.
The Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) owns and controls more than 2,600 affordable housing units throughout the County of Santa Clara. Our Local Programs Department oversees all real estate activities: real estate acquisition and development, asset management, property management, resident services, affiliate management, and facilities repair/improvements.