Land Use Services Department, Code Enforcement Division, is recruiting for a Code Enforcement Supervisor to supervise field services activities of employees in the Code Enforcement Division. Supervisors also perform the most difficult and complex code enforcement work. Code Enforcement Division is responsible for field and office work relating to housing, land use, public nuisance, vehicle, and fire hazard ordinance enforcement, by conducting investigations and property surveys. Services include working with property owners regarding compliance with permits and codes; responding to public concerns; maintaining records, reports and other evidence; and testifying in civil and criminal proceedings.
List will be used to fill current vacancies throughout the County and new vacancies as they arise. Positions typically report to San Bernardino, Hesperia, or Joshua Tree locations and are required to travel throughout their assigned region and throughout the County as needed. Applicants willing to work in Joshua Tree are encouraged to apply and should indicate their availability on the application.
For more information, refer to the Code Enforcement Supervisor job description.
Candidates must possess both Certifications and Experience as follows:
1) PC 832 certification (required)
AND ONE of the following:
2) Basic Certification issued by California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO) (or equivalent) –OR–
3) International Code Council (ICC) Building Inspector Certification (or equivalent).
Experience: Three (3) years experience enforcing, investigating, and interpreting code and ordinance violations related to land use, building, single/family residential and commercial structures, vehicle code, zoning, and public nuisance abatement, which includes one (1) year working as a senior/lead Code Enforcement Officer for a California public agency.
For more details, please review the announcement at www.sbcounty.gov/jobs.
Application can be made on-line – apply ASAP – open 7/17/21 until 7/30/21 at 5 PM.
(909) 387-8304 – EEO/ADA