CITY OF OTTAWA: City of Ottawa seeking a Code Enforcement Official
City of Ottawa issued the following announcement on May 8.
Qualifications: Shall have such experience and training as necessary for the performance of duties. Shall be in good health and physically capable of making the necessary examinations and inspections. Basic knowledge of the International Residential code and the International Building code. Should be able to type proficiently, operate Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. GIS experience is preferred but not required. Must have excellent communication skills. Construction experience, as well as, having current building and inspection certifications are a bonus. If candidate does not have current Building and Code inspector certifications, they must be obtained within two year of date of hire.
Code Enforcement Duties: To enforce the provisions of the City of Ottawa’s Zoning Ordinance, Municipal Code and the International Property Maintenance Code as they apply to nuisances, nuisance abatement and property maintenance. Duties shall include prompt investigation of complaints from citizens, other departments or members of the city council. Shall establish case files for each complaint and keep accurate records of all inspections, correspondence and final disposition of each case. Shall issue citations when reasonably necessary, with the Order to Appear.
Assistant Building Official Duties: Will assist the Building Official with plan reviews, issuing permits, building inspections, floodplain permits, and daily assistance with individuals applying for permits, zoning questions and construction requirements.
Full time position with full benefits. Salary depending on qualifications and experience.
Mail cover letter, resume, salary history and references to Mayor Dan Aussem, City of Ottawa, 301 West Madison Street, Ottawa, IL 61350 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 31, 2019. No phone calls.
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