$22.79-$32.41 Hourly / $3,950.27-$5,617.73 Monthly / $47,403.20-$67,412.80 Yearly
Conducts inspections within designated historic districts of the City to determine if new construction and approved rehabilitation, renovation, site improvements, and other types of alteration of existing structures proceed in compliance with historic district codes; inspects for compliance with certificates of appropriateness issued by the regulatory agency, including such items as design guidelines, building materials used, height, colors, and other architectural factors.
Reviews building components and materials used in historic district construction and alteration including roofs, trims, doors, windows, signs, porches, exterior wall material, and landscape elements.
Meets with builders, architects, property owners, and others regarding code violations that are found during inspections to explain the nature of violations detected and to provide assistance related to compliance; receives, records and investigates reported code violation complaints; seeks voluntary compliance to effect corrective action when violations are noted; conducts follow-up inspections after compliance requirements are initiated to determine if work is completed consistent with the code and other regulatory requirements.
Prepares and issues notices of violation or citations when voluntary cooperation is not obtained; conducts re-inspection as necessary; testifies before the Architectural Review and Barrio Latino Commissions on non-compliance cases as required.
Takes architecturally oriented photos of structures within historic districts to document the style, types of materials utilized, specific components of sites including landscape elements, etc.; makes presentations before the various historical review commissions, utilizing photos to establish the existence of historic styles, building materials, site features, etc.
Maintains records of inspections and other work performed; compiles data and submits written reports; operates a light weight motor vehicle to provide surveillance and identify violations.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: methods and techniques used in conducting code enforcement inspections.
Working knowledge of: the layout of the City and its geography.
Some knowledge of: the historic preservation code; knowledge of photography.
Ability to: enforce applicable codes and regulations with firmness, impartiality, and tact; follow legal procedures related to the execution of regulatory codes and ordinances; follow oral and written instructions; prepare clear and concise written reports; perform work requiring moderate physical exertion; operate a lightweight motor vehicle; take photographs that establish the historical aspects of structures and sites; establish and maintain effective working relationships with builders, architects, property owners, other employees, government officials and the general public.