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Code Officer 1
Code Officer 1
Planning and Community Development
Inspects existing occupied and vacant structures, including single‐family, multi‐family, and mobile homes and enforces compliance with existing structure code, building codes, and property maintenance code.
Performs a variety of routine to complex duties related to the City’s code enforcement and building inspection program, including: the identification, investigation and correction of violations of the City’s building, property maintenance, occupancy, and housing codes and City and State building and safety codes and ordinances; completes complex inspections of residential; investigates citizen complaints of quality of life issues; and seeks voluntary compliance.
- Inspects existing residential structures for conformance with existing structure codes; orders corrective action and inspects for compliance.
- Conducts homeowners’ courtesy inspections and installation inspections.
- Coordinates with other inspectors from Fire Department, and Police Department.
- Receives complaints from tenants and citizens; investigates and resolves complaints according to standard complaint procedures.
- Answers inquiries from the public concerning property maintenance code regulations.
- Enforces zoning ordinance provisions as they pertain to rental property and housing maintenance, including occupancy and use restrictions.
- Coordinates with Planning Division, Police, and Fire, as appropriate, to address specific building safety, property maintenance issues.
- Enforces departmental procedures pertaining to dangerous buildings.
- Inspects mobile home parks for conformance with the municipal ordinance.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Enters and tracks inspection and correction data in the CitizenServe software system and spreadsheet programs.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Graduation from high school, and
- Two (2) years’ work experience in building construction and/or relevant code enforcement.
- Knowledge of methods and practices involved in building construction.
- Basic knowledge of computer systems for an office setting, including ability to utilize enforcement software programs and spreadsheets.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Organize and prioritize workload.
- Communicate clearly and precisely both in writing and orally, including presenting cases.
- Detect violations and assess extent of violations.
- Analyze means of compliance presented by relevant parties.
- Deal effectively with the general public, contractors, tenants, fire inspectors, attorneys, police, and owners regarding enforcement of existing construction codes and ordinances.
- Enforce necessary regulations with firmness, diplomacy and tact.
- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationship with those contacted in the course of work.
- Work independently without immediate supervision.
- Prepare professional letters, reports, and documentation pertaining to inspection and enforcement findings.
- Must obtain I.C.C. Code certification as Residential Building Inspector (International Residential Code (IRC) and International Property Maintenance Code (IPMC)) and within a twelve (12) month period after employment. Must maintain certification as required by City of Moultrie Building Official or Code Official.
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