Job Opportunity – Fire Inspector | Monarch Fire Protection District

monarch-logoFIRE INSPECTOR

The Monarch Fire Protection District covers a geographic area of almost 63 square miles in West St. Louis County and services more than 72,000 people that live in all of (or part of) Ballwin, Chesterfield, Clarkson Valley, Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights, Wildwood and parts of unincorporated St. Louis County. The area is made up of residential, commercial and industrial properties to include St. Luke’s Hospital campus, Spirit of St. Louis Airport, Chesterfield Valley Shopping Center, Chesterfield Mall, Monsanto Research campus and numerous subdivisions and business/industrial complexes.

The District operates 5 Engine Houses, a Maintenance Center, an Administration Facility and a Training Tower and has a staff that is made up of more than 120 Firefighter/Paramedics, Fire Prevention Specialists, Officers and Administrative Personnel. Furthermore, Monarch supports the SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Rescue) Team, Monarch Haz-Mat Team, the St. Louis Regional Heavy Rescue Task Force, Urban Search and Rescue Team, as well as assisting the Homeland Security Department with the Strike Force 3 Urban Search and Heavy Rescue vehicle.

The Monarch FPD is currently searching for a Fire Inspector.

Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

Under the supervision of the Fire Marshal, enforces fire and building regulations, ordinances, codes, and applicable laws to ensure compliance and consistency. Plan review, and inspections of all aspects of commercial construction and occupancies, including but not limited to building construction and renovation, fire protection systems, operations, processes and the storage, handling or use of hazardous materials or devices. Approves fire district occupancy permits. Performs inspections of existing buildings for fire and life-safety hazards.

Interacts and communicates with design professionals, contractors, business owners, and public officials regarding fire prevention and other district-related issues. Provides fire and life-safety information and assistance to businesses, occupants, contractors, and the general public as necessary. Responds to complaints by residents, employees of businesses, and other citizens regarding possible hazards and/or violations of district ordinances.

Conducts investigations into causes of fires and fire protection system failures.

Qualifications/Skills Required:

• High school diploma or equivalent
• Minimum 5 years of experience in code enforcement, commercial construction inspections and plan review
• Experience researching and applying current ICC and NFPA codes and standards
• Certified Fire Investigator (IFSAC, NBFSPQ or IAAI) within 1 year of employment depending on class availability
• Certified Fire Inspector (IFSAC, NBFSPQ or NFPA) within 1 year of employment depending on class availability
• Certified Commercial Plans Examiner or Certified Building Official (ICC) highly desired
• Ability to lift, climb ladders and scaffolding, and navigate through all areas of construction sites and fire scenes
• Ability to work odd hours as needed
• Valid Driver’s License

Monarch Fire Protection District offers a competitive benefits package.

Please send resume AND salary expectations on or before Friday, October 30, 2015 to [email protected] or to address below.

Monarch FPD
Attention: Human Resources Director
13725 Olive Blvd.
Chesterfield, MO 63017

The Monarch Fire Protection District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Opportunity – Code Enforcement Officer | City of Fenton

fenton-logoCode Enforcement Officer (Full-time)
The City of Fenton is currently seeking a full-time Code Enforcement Officer.  Candidates should possess building and/or zoning code experience and adequate computer skills to perform the job.  ICC Certification as a Building Inspector and Property Maintenance Inspector is preferred.  Employment Application can be found on our website or obtained in person at City Hall.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Job Opportunity – Public Works Inspector | City of Bridgeton


bridgeton-logoThe City of Bridgeton, Missouri, is accepting applications for the position of Public
Works Inspector. This position is responsible for the inspection of all public
improvements associated with residential, commercial and industrial developments, as
well as capital improvement projects. Insures that all public improvements within the
City are constructed in accordance with the approved plans and specifications, City
standards, and State and County specifications. Inspects all work performed within
public right-of-way, monitors all grading activity within the City, and performs other
duties as assigned. Must possess considerable knowledge of public works construction
standards. A high school diploma or equivalent is required, along with a minimum of
four years of increasingly responsible equivalent or related experience. Valid driver’s
license is required. Salary range is $49,800 to $68,900 annually depending on
qualifications and experience. The City also offers an excellent benefits package. All
applications must be made on City of Bridgeton Application for Employment form,
which can be obtained on the City’s website, or at:
City of Bridgeton
Public Works Department
12355 Natural Bridge Road
Bridgeton, Missouri 63044
Applications should be submitted to the Public Works Department no later than 5:00
p.m., September 14, 2015. The City of Bridgeton is an EEOC Employer.

Job Opportunity – Building Official | City of Washington

Organization: City of Washington
Date Posted: 8/10/2015
City: Washington
Location: Missouri
Country: United States
Primary Category: Building Code
Type of Position: Full-Time
Education Requirement: High School / GED
Experience Requirement: 3-5 years
Description & Details

The City of Washington is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Building Official.  Duties include plan review and inspections of residential, commercial and industrial structures.  Must have thorough knowledge of the International Building Code and code requirements.  Certification and background in building codes and building trades is desirable.  Applicants must have good written and oral skills.  The City of Washington offers a competitive compensation package which includes salary, healthcare, and retirement.  An application and job description are available upon request during regular business hours at City Hall, second floor, 405 Jefferson Street, Washington, MO  63090.  Application process open until filled.  EOE M/F

How to Apply / Contact

The City of Washington is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Building Official.  An application and job description are available upon request during regular business hours at City Hall, second floor, 405 Jefferson Street, Washington, MO  63090.  Application process open until filled.  EOE M/F

Job Opportunity – Building Division Supervisor | City of Branson

branson-logoCity of Branson

Human Resources Department, 110 W. Maddux Street, Suite 315, Branson, MO 65616
417-337-8555 – Phone, 417-337-5466 – Fax, [email protected] – Email

Job Title: BUILDING DIVISION SUPERVISOR– Planning & Development Department
Opening Date: Friday, July 31, 2015; position is open to internal and external applicants
Closing Date: Application packets must be received or postmarked by 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, September 30, 2015.
Work Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Beginning Salary: $20.0872 hourly, $41,762.62 annually This is an exempt position.


The Building Division Supervisor is responsible for directing, managing, supervising, and coordinating the activities and operations of the Building Division (including contract staff) within the department to include plan review, issuance of building permits, and building construction inspection services and activities; coordinating assigned activities with other divisions, departments and outside agencies; and providing Building Division information to all personnel as directed by the Planning & Development Director.


High school graduate or GED equivalent. Graduation from an accredited technical school program or an Associates of Technology degree is preferred. Minimum seven years professional experience in planning, building inspection, building trades field(s) is required; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. International Code Council (ICC) certification in at least one of the technical classifications (Building Inspector, Residential Inspector, Plans Examiner, etc.) is required and must be maintained while employed. Certification as a Building Official is highly desirable. Additional licenses or certifications may be required for this position including Commercial/Residential Inspector’s License or Certified Building Official. Must possess and maintain a valid Missouri Motor Vehicle Operator’s license. Must be able to lift, carry, push, pull, drag and/or move a minimum of twenty-five (25) pounds. Must successfully complete a background investigation and pre-employment substance abuse testing.


Includes the following; other duties may be assigned: Manages and participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for assigned programs; recommending and administering policies and procedures for the Building Division. Plans, directs, coordinates and reviews the work of Building Division personnel. Ensures new ordinances, state laws and code related to building standards are communicated and enforced within the city limits of Branson MO. Oversee FEMA flood program for City.

To be considered for this position, a completed City Application, Supplemental Questionnaire, and Request for Criminal Record Check Form must be submitted to the City of Branson Human Resources Dept., 110 W. Maddux St., Ste. 315, Branson, MO 65616. For a copy of the full job description, or to obtain all necessary application materials, please contact the City of Branson Human Resources Department. This information is also available for download at Applicants are required to complete a separate City Application, Supplemental Questionnaire, if applicable, and Request for Criminal Record Check Form for each posted vacancy. Applications submitted for no particular vacancy are retained on active file for one year and may be used only once.

The City of Branson is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and, therefore, does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, military status, age, disability, political opinions or affiliations, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law, except that no person shall be employed who advocates or belongs to a group which advocates the violent overthrow of our government. A copy of the City of Branson’s EEOP short form may be obtained from the Human Resources Department by request. All individuals hired will be required to provide documentation to establish identity and employment authorization as a condition of employment in accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a position description outlining the essential job functions for each of the vacancies listed is available for review and reasonable accommodations for the application and testing processes will be made upon request.

The City of Branson has an Employee Tobacco Free Policy. Employees are not allowed to utilize tobacco products while on paid time, including any paid break times. This includes smokeless tobacco products.

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