$27.40-$38.96 Hourly / $4,749.33-$6,753.07 Monthly / $56,992.00-$81,036.80 Yearly
Inspect foundations, concrete slabs, beams, pilasters, steel placement, framing, insulation, roofing, and related construction work for conformance with codes, ordinances, permits, and approved plans; conducts elevation and drainage inspections to ascertain compliance with flood control ordinances.
Inspects exterior walls of buildings prior to their being sided; checks for rotted or termite infested wood; conducts secondary inspections after necessary repairs have been made and final inspections after siding has been placed.
Conducts area inspections to insure conformance with zoning codes and ordinances where directly related to building construction.
Inspects sites for issuance of site clearing and tree removal permits; checks plans, proposed and completed tree removals, landscape work, and site clearing activities for conformance with codes and ordinances.
Verifies that persons performing work are properly licensed and have secured necessary permits; takes statements from witnesses and gathers other information for prosecution of violators.
Issues notices of violation and citations as necessary to secure code compliance; conducts re-inspections to determine whether or not corrective action has been taken; gathers information and testifies in court for prosecution of violators.
Contacts property owners and contractors to explain the nature of violations detected and to provide building, permitting, and other code information.
Keeps records of inspections and other work preformed; compiles data and submits written reports.
Ensures that radio and automobile are in proper working condition; arranges for other transportation when notified to take car to garage for maintenance.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: building construction methods and materials; building codes and ordinances; inspectional procedures, practices and methods.
Working knowledge of: the layout of the City and its geography.
Ability to: read and interpret construction plans and specifications; enforce applicable codes and ordinances with firmness, impartiality and tact; follow oral and written instructions; prepare and submit clear and concise written reports; perform work requiring moderate physical exertion; operate a lightweight motor vehicle; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Possession of a valid drivers license may be required.
Employees may be required to work rotating shifts, including nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed. During periods when the Mayor issues an emergency declaration for the City of Tampa, all employees may be required to work in preparation, response or recovery activities related to the stated emergency.