$20.24-$28.81 Hourly / $3,508.27-$4,993.73 Monthly / $42,099.20-$59,924.80 Yearly
Inspects improved and unimproved properties, including vacant lots and residential and commercial buildings, both occupied and vacant to determine compliance with environmental standards and related codes; observes and records detected violations, such as storage of junk and inoperative vehicles, placement of offensive matter on streets and vacant lots, littering, improper or unsanitary harboring of animals, harboring animals which are harmful to the public health, excessive accumulations of trash and debris, and other public nuisances; inspects illegal dump sites and participates in stakeout activities to identify and apprehend persons responsible for illegal disposition of materials and trash; performs inspections to determine and enforce compliance with such usage provisions of zoning and related sign ordinances; takes noise decibel readings.
Receives, records, and investigates code violation complaints; explains code violations and requirements for corrective action to property owners and occupants of residential and commercial properties.
Maintains records of inspections and other work performed; prepares and submits reports of field activities; utilizes computers and related software for research and report generation.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: the contents and interpretations of environmental standards and related codes; methods and techniques used in conducting code enforcement inspections; content and interpretation of zoning and sign ordinances.
Some knowledge of: the geographic layout of the city; computers and related software.
Ability to: communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and prepare written reports; interpret and enforce applicable codes and ordinances firmly, tactfully and impartially; perform work requiring moderate physical exertion; operate a lightweight motor vehicle; operate a decibel reader, various electronic devices and digital cameras; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Possession of a valid Florida driver's license.
Must obtain an ICC (International Code Council) Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector certification within 12 months of employment. Failure to obtain certification within 12 months of employment may result in termination