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This full-time, benefited position provides excellent customer service, performs a wide variety of complex skilled and semi-skilled work in the inspection, repair and maintenance of library infrastructure, systems and facilities; demonstrates full competence as a tradesperson in two (2) or more trades including electrical, mechanical, plumbing, carpentry, and painting; and performs related work as required.
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 City of Milpitas is seeking an experienced and energetic manager to serve as the Building and Safety Director. The Building and Safety Director reports to the City Manager, leads a department of 19 full-time employees and a $5 million dollar budget, and currently serves as the Chief Building Official.
$6,719 - $8,735/mo
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The City of Fremont is seeking two Building Inspector Specialists, one with a specialty in electrical and one with a specialty in plumbing. These are critical positions in the Building and Safety Division of the Community Development Department. As a Building Inspector Specialist you will perform inspections of both new projects and additions and alterations to existing residential, commercial and industrial buildings, and provide technical expertise and training in your assigned functional area.
The Community Development Department has the primary responsibility for administering the laws, regulations and requirements that pertain to the physical development of the City and for overseeing the implementation of the City’s economic development, housing, and public arts programs. The Department consists of the Planning, Building, and Economic Development and Housing Divisions.