Job Opportunity – Building Safety Inspector | City of Wentzville

Building Safety Inspector SALARY: $21.55 Hourly OPENING DATE: 02/19/16 CLOSING DATE: 03/04/16 11:59 PM SUMMARY: Inspects new buildings and other City projects pursuant to both local and federal regulations, ensuring proper code compliance and safe conditions.  Evaluates properties and construction zones to facilitate the safety of both life and property. ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES: Essential Job Duties • Inspect and monitor new and existing residences and construction zones for compliance with building codes, specifications, and safety standards. • Inspect building utilities installations (i.e., HVAC, electrical, and plumbing) for workmanship and code compliance. • Inspect sewer lateral connections for code compliance and safety. • Issue permits for construction, relocation, occupancy, and demolition in a timely manner. • Evaluate properties for code compliance, including cleanliness, garbage removal, insect and rodent infestation. • Issue violations notices, stop work orders, and field correction notices. • Meet with owners and authorities to explain regulations and recommend strategies for compliance. • Review all plans, blueprints, site layouts, construction methods, and specifications for code compliance and safety regulations. • Ensure proper lot drainage and erosion control by monitoring silt fence during building process and ensuring all city yard and driveway ordinances are followed. • Investigate complaints submitted by building departments and concerned citizens. Ancillary Job Duties • Receive phone calls from trade professionals regarding codes and city ordinances, and provide direct answers or refer to appropriate department. • Attend professional seminars and product shows. • Obtain continuing education units to renew certifications and obtain new ones. • Perform other related duties as assigned. JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Job Qualifications Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire.  An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR • High school diploma or equivalent required.  Two­year college degree in construction management, architectural technology, or similar preferred. • Minimum of 1 year construction industry and/or code enforcement experience.  3 years or more related experience preferred. • ICC Residential Building Inspector Certification required within 12 months of employment. • Valid driver’s license. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities May be representative, but not all­inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associatedwith this position. • Background and/or experience in the construction field is essential. • Ability to reference ICC residential codes. • Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and basic office equipment/machines. • Ability to operate office equipment such as copier, fax, telephone system, and computer. • Clear verbal communication skills and ability to give and follow written and oral instructions. • Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously. • Ability to work independently and make responsible decisions. • Ability to use good judgment and think quickly and rationally in difficult or stressful situations. WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES: Work Environment Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job. • General office conditions. • External job sites, including outdoor work areas. • Exposed to occasional loud noises, including construction equipment and tools. … Continue reading Job Opportunity – Building Safety Inspector | City of Wentzville »

2015 International Fire Code Transition from the 2009 by Terrell Stripling (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – April 6, 2016 | Maryland Heights Court Room

Seminar: This seminar will assist participants in implementing the transition from the 2009 IFC to the 2015  IFC.  It will include relevant changes in the 2012 IFC.  This interactive training will focus on the key changes presented in the participant material.  Small group activities and knowledge review questions will provide many opportunities for participants to discuss and consider the changes.  The information presented will allow … Continue reading 2015 International Fire Code Transition from the 2009 by Terrell Stripling (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – April 6, 2016 | Maryland Heights Court Room »

2015 IBC Transition from the 2009 IBC by Jay Woodward (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – April 21, 2016 | St. Peters

Seminar: This seminar will assist participants in implementing the transition from the 2009 IBC to the 2015 IBC. It will include relevant changes in the 2012 IBC. This interactive training will focus on the key changes presented in the participant material. Small group activities and knowledge review questions will provide ample opportunity for participants to discuss and consider the changes. During this training, participants will … Continue reading 2015 IBC Transition from the 2009 IBC by Jay Woodward (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – April 21, 2016 | St. Peters »

2015 IRC Transition from the 2009 IRC by Steve Van Note (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – March 17, 2016 | Maryland Heights

Seminar: This seminar will assist participants in implementing the transition from the 2009 IRC to the 2015 IRC. It will include relevant changes in the 2012 IRC. This interactive training will focus on the key changes presented in the participant material. Knowledge review questions will provide opportunity for participants to discuss and consider the changes. During this training, participants will be listening to lecture and … Continue reading 2015 IRC Transition from the 2009 IRC by Steve Van Note (ICC PREFERRED PROVIDER) – March 17, 2016 | Maryland Heights »