Job Opportunity – Fire Educator-Inspector | City of O’Fallon, IL

SALARY: $17.59 – $29.04 Hourly
$36,587.20 – $60,403.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 03/18/19
CLOSING DATE: 04/07/19 11:59 PM
DESCRIPTION:
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The City of O’Fallon seeks an enthusiastic individual who is
motivated, enjoys working with the public and understands life and
fire safety requirements. This fire safety inspection and education
position working mostly in the field and reports directly to the
Deputy Fire Chief, works with Fire Department administrative staff
and City of O’Fallon Code Enforcement. NOTE: This position does
not perform firefighting duties.

New hire range: $17.59 to $19.79/hour – placed depending
upon qualifications plus a generous benefits package including paid time off and IMRF defined pension.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Duties include (but are not limited to): fire safety education visits to commercial
occupancies that are not currently addressed under other inspection programs; conduct
plan reviews and acceptance tests for fire related systems in commercial buildings (i.e.
sprinkler systems, fire alarms, commercial kitchen hoods); coordination with building
owners and business tenants; schedule and conduct training for local businesses and
community organizations of fire and life safety hazards; gathering pre-fire plan data on
structures; verification of operational fire and life safety components of the
structures; educate building occupants of required corrective action; schedule and
conduct school life safety inspections; verification of knox box key program components;
other duties within the scope of the position as assigned.

REQUIRES:

  1. High school diploma or equivalent AND minimum of five years experience in related
    field;
  2. Preference may be given to those with prior Fire service experience;
  3. Preference may be given to candidates with Nationally recognized Fire Inspector
    certification – candidate must have at least the ability to obtain this;
  4. Proficient knowledge of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and related fire safety codes;
  5. Currently hold or must be able to obtain Public School Inspector Certification from
    the Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshall (OSFM)
  6. Capacity to establish and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers
    and the general public;
  7. Ability to accomplish requirements using applicable field tools & equipment and
    general office equipment;
  8. Proficiency in utilizing software such as word processing, spreadsheet/ database
    management applications (i.e. – Microsoft applications)
  9. Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  10. Aptitude to analyze information and statistics to solve problems through deductive
    and inductive reasoning;
  11. Competency to work independently on complex and confidential assignments
    without detailed instructions;
  12. Comprehend and make inferences from written materials including understand,
    interpret, explain and apply relevant policies, procedures and regulations;
  13. Ability to maintain a positive attitude and work in a team environment;
  14. Valid Illinois driver’s license in good standing;
  15. Regular and predictable attendance.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
In addition to submitting a complete application:
Upload a copy of your resume
Upload a cover letter outlining your interest in the position
Upload any applicable certifications or training you wish to have considered.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.ofallon.org

25 South Lincoln Ave.
O’Fallon, IL 62269
618-624-450, ext 874
[email protected]

Job Opportunity – Part-Time Code Enforcement Officer | City of O’Fallon, MO

Part-Time Code Enforcement Officer

The City of O’Fallon, MO is looking to hire a Part Time Code Enforcement Officer. Are you ready to further your career in code enforcement and looking for the perfect Missouri community to work for? Our part-time Code Enforcement Officer earns a competitive salary from $20.95 / hr to $29.56 / hr. Your first year you can expect to make a starting salary of $20.95 an hour. Is this the opportunity for you? Read on!

ABOUT THE CITY OF O’FALLON

In 2014, O’Fallon, Missouri again celebrated receiving Money magazine’s recognition as one of the nation’s “100 Best Places to Live.” How we got there from our incorporation of 600 residents in 1912 is an extensive tale of entrepreneurship. By the mid-1990s, we began an aggressive program of citywide infrastructure improvements that supported phenomenal residential, retail, and manufacturing growth, resulting in a 25% increase in the number of available jobs. At the same time, a tourism industry based on our fascinating historic past began to flourish. In 2006, we were ranked as a “Best Places to Live” for the first time. Today, our borders have expanded to about 30 square miles and our population is nearly 83,000.

A true melding of history and progress, the same railroad line that started our city is still in operation. Our love for our city extends to those that serve us. Our employees enjoy a family-friendly workplace, competitive pay, and opportunities to grow professionally.

A DAY IN THE LIFE AS PART TIME CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

As a Part Time Code Enforcement Officer with the City of O’Fallon, you do an excellent job of conducting onsite inspections of all properties to ensure compliance with city ordinances and property maintenance standards.  During the course of our inspections, you make it a priority to identify and address any public nuisance violations.  You will also be able to inspect existing structures for health, life and safety standards.  When a resident contacts City Hall for information on codes and ordinances; you will be the one to address their questions to ensure compliance.  During your work, you may come across vacant residencies and businesses; in which you would need to secure those buildings and work with proper agencies to. You continually strive to maintain good relationships with staff, contractors and the general public as well as regulating authorities.  You take your responsibility to the citizens of O’Fallon seriously, resolving customer complaints and concerns and ensuring that safety standards implemented and provided.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR A PART TIME CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

  • Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education.
  • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Missouri for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.
  • Possession of the International Code Council (ICC) certification for Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector (preferred but not required).
  • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/ internship or having had a similar position for one to two years (preferred but not required).
  • Knowledge and level of competency related to Microsoft office programs, database entry and mobile devices. 
  • Ability to obtain Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) clearance through local jurisdiction.

Are your communication skills excellent, both written and verbal? Do you remain calm under pressure? Are you confidently able to analyze problems and implement solutions? If so, you just might be the perfect fit as a Part Time Code Enforcement Officer.

WORK SCHEDULE

This is a part-time non-exempt position, with scheduled hours typically being between 8 and 5 pm weekdays; with weekend work occasionally being necessary.  This position will average approximately 1,000 within the calendar year.

TO APPLY

Candidates can access our online application by clicking on the following link: https://ofallon.applicantpro.com/jobs/

The City of O’Fallon is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify

13th Annual MABOI Golf Tournament | May 17th, 2019 | Bear Creek Golf Club

PLEASE ENSURE YOUR REGISTRATION GOES TO THE RIGHT PLACE… THE MABOI MAILING ADDRESS IN MARYLAND HEIGHTS AND NOT ST. PETERS. BELOW ARE FORMS WITH THE APPROPRIATE ADDRESS:


You should be polishing those clubs up about now…

  1. FREE BEER
  2. FREE FOOD
  3. REGISTER NOW OR SEE #1

This year we will be returning to Bear Creek Golf Club, and with that, there will be a couple of changes to note:

  • The 2019 tournament tee time will be at 2:00 pm.
  • We will be using the lower level room and lower patio since they already have the upper-level room in use.

Hope to see you all there!!

Job Opportunity – Fire Educator-Inspector | City of O’Fallon, IL

SALARY: $17.59 – $29.04 Hourly
$36,587.20 – $60,403.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 03/18/19
CLOSING DATE: 04/07/19 11:59 PM
DESCRIPTION:
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The City of O’Fallon seeks an enthusiastic individual who is motivated, enjoys working with the public and understands life and fire safety requirements. This fire safety inspection and education position working mostly in the field and reports directly to the Deputy Fire Chief, works with Fire Department administrative staff and City of O’Fallon Code Enforcement. NOTE: This position does not perform firefighting duties.

New hire range: $17.59 to $19.79/hour – placed depending upon qualifications plus a generous benefits package including paid time off and IMRF defined pension.

Essential Duties:

Duties include (but are not limited to): fire safety education visits to commercial
occupancies that are not currently addressed under other inspection programs; conduct
plan reviews and acceptance tests for fire related systems in commercial buildings (i.e.
sprinkler systems, fire alarms, commercial kitchen hoods); coordination with building
owners and business tenants; schedule and conduct training for local businesses and
community organizations of fire and life safety hazards; gathering pre-fire plan data on
structures; verification of operational fire and life safety components of the
structures; educate building occupants of required corrective action; schedule and
conduct school life safety inspections; verification of knox box key program components;
other duties within the scope of the position as assigned.

Requires:

  1. High school diploma or equivalent AND minimum of five years experience in related
    field;
  2. Preference may be given to those with prior Fire service experience;
  3. Preference may be given to candidates with Nationally recognized Fire Inspector
    certification – candidate must have at least the ability to obtain this;
  4. Proficient knowledge of NFPA 101 Life Safety Code and related fire safety codes;
  5. Currently hold or must be able to obtain Public School Inspector Certification from
    the Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshall (OSFM)
  6. Capacity to establish and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers
    and the general public;
  7. Ability to accomplish requirements using applicable field tools & equipment and
    general office equipment;
  8. Proficiency in utilizing software such as word processing, spreadsheet/ database
    management applications (i.e. – Microsoft applications)
  9. Strong verbal and written communication skills;
  10. Aptitude to analyze information and statistics to solve problems through deductive
    and inductive reasoning;
  11. Competency to work independently on complex and confidential assignments
    without detailed instructions;
  12. Comprehend and make inferences from written materials including understand,
    interpret, explain and apply relevant policies, procedures and regulations;
  13. Ability to maintain a positive attitude and work in a team environment;
  14. Valid Illinois driver’s license in good standing;
  15. Regular and predictable attendance.

Supplemental Information:

In addition to submitting a complete application:
-Upload a copy of your resume
-Upload a cover letter outlining your interest in the position
-Upload any applicable certifications or training you wish to have considered.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.ofallon.org

255 South Lincoln Ave.,
O’Fallon, IL 62269

618-624-4500, ext 8740

[email protected]

Fire Educator-Inspector Supplemental Questionnaire (Required)

1. Describe any special abilities or skills that you possess that would be beneficial to the
position.

2. What is your current rate of pay?

Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019

Marijuana and the Building Code

Eventbrite - Marijuana and the Building Code | St. John | April 16, 2019 | Steve Thomas

Location: St. John City Hall 8944 St. Charles Rock Rd. Cafeteria Level St John, Mo. 63114

Instructor: Steve Thomas

Mr. Thomas has over thirty-five years experience in working with building codes including plan reviews, inspections and administration. His firm provides building code consulting services for governmental agencies and architectural firms, as well as educational seminars on building codes. Starting a building code-consulting firm in 1999, he has served as the contract Building Official for local jurisdictions in Colorado. Mr. Thomas has served on several ICBO committees and served on the ICC Means of Egress Code Development Committee. He served as Chair of that committee for two code cycles. He is also the author of the books, Building Code Basics, Building Code Essentials, all available from ICC. He has presented building code classes for the last 30 years and provides an interesting and engaging look at building codes. Mr. Thomas enjoys promoting building codes and educating people on the use of the codes in their communities and/or business. Specialties: International Building Code, International Residential Code, Code Administration, Building Department Assessments.

  • 8:00 a.m. Registration
  • 8:30 a.m. Start
  • 5:00 p.m. Finish

CEUs: 0.8

As passage of legalized marijuana sweeps across the country, inquiries for new and modifications to existing structures for such facilities have already begun.This fast-paced class has been created to discuss facilities – use, egress,electrical concerns, hazards (MAQs), mechanical (exhaust and ventilation),occupancies, plumbing issues, sprinklers and waste disposal. Further discussionwill address the potential impact of such legislation on the built environment,based on situations that have been encountered in other states that have previously passed similar legislation and what effects Washington’s law mighthave on local jurisdictions.

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