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The City of Thousand Oaks has an exciting opportunity for a Building Inspection Supervisor in the Community Development Department. We are seeking a highly motivated and results oriented individual to supervise and lead staff in the enforcement of building, zoning, fire, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, housing and related codes and regulations governing the construction, alteration, repair and use of buildings and structures.
Code Enforcement Official I/II
Two (2) Positions Available
Level I: $4,194 - $5,097 per month
Level II: $4,627 - $5,625 per month
(Salaries above reflect a 5% furlough reduction for FY20/21)
Plus excellent benefits
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: Apply by Friday, July 24, 2020, for first consideration
The City of Sunnyvale is recruiting for the position of Fire Protection Engineer II. The primary role of the Fire Protection Engineer II is to review plans and specifications of buildings, fire protection equipment, and industrial and hazardous materials processes to ensure compliance with federal, state, and municipal fire protection codes and ordinances, as well as perform field inspections.
The quick ability to resolve technical problems in the field is a key component. The ideal candidate will possess excellent communication skills, is a resourceful and innovative problem solver, and seeks continuous improvement. Candidates with supervisory experience in the electrical field are encouraged to apply.
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Interested applicants must complete a standard application form. Applications and resumes may be submitted via our website at www.scchousingauthority.org. For assistance: please contact the Human Resources Department at (408) 993-2934.
As one of the largest providers of affordable housing in the Bay Area and a designated Moving To Work (MTW) agency, the award-winning Santa Clara County Housing Authority (SCCHA) is seeking talented individuals looking to make a difference in Silicon Valley. SCCHA is an independent local government agency that administers the federal Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) program for approximately 19,000 households and manages more than 2,000 units of affordable housing in Santa Clara County.
THE PROPERTY TAX DIVISION
The Property Tax Division of the County Controller's Office is responsible for computing tax rates based on assessed property values provided by the County Assessor, distributing property taxes to local taxing agencies and processing roll corrections and refunds. The Division also handles accounting for special districts.