|Description: ||ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The Development Services Inspector is responsible for assisting the Development Services Department in administering Land Development Regulations (LDR’s), performing plan reviews, complaint investigations, performing development construction inspections and performing review tasks as assigned. Meets with citizens and developers affected by the development process. Coordinates with contractors, developers, outside agencies and other City departments involved in the development order process. Attends City Council and various board meetings as required. Provide information about codes, construction standards. to the public and outside agencies. Answers questions and/or resolves complaints. The Development Services Inspector reports directly to the Building Official and works closely with the Development Office Manager and other City departments such as Public Works, Water Resources, and Planning.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS FOR EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
High school graduate or equivalent plus five (5) years of experience in a construction related field. Three (3) years minimum experience in the enforcement of codes, laws, and regulations. Inspection experience in utility, landscape, stormwater, parking, roadway or similar area a plus. A combination of education and experience may be considered.
Possession of Florida Operator's license and must be able to provide dependable transportation. Subject to emergency call-out during off-duty hours and on weekends as required. Must be physically able to operate a variety of machinery and equipment including calculators, typewriters, copiers, levels, measuring gauges, hand tools, etc. Must be physically able to operate a motor vehicle. Sufficient physical strength and agility to perform manual tasks and work long hours outdoors, occasionally under adverse weather conditions. Daily tasks involve bending, stooping, crawling, and lifting materials/equipment up to 50 pounds. Must have physical stamina and agility to walk in uneven terrain and work in unimproved areas under construction. Must possess adequate sight and hearing sensory capabilities to receive and give orders or directions in regard to work safety operations in the presence of moderate background noise.
The City of Titusville is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or disability. As part of our commitment to a drug-free workplace, a job applicant is offered employment conditional upon successfully passing a drug test. Refusal to take the test, or failure to pass the test according to minimum standards, is cause for disqualification. If you become employed with the City, you may be required to again submit to a drug test as requested. Your refusal, or failure to pass the test according to minimum standards, will result in your termination.
The City will provide reasonable accommodations necessary to applicants with disabilities preventing them from completing a City application form. Please contact the Human Resources Coordinator immediately if you need a special accommodation.