Posted: 08/29/2017 Employment Type: Temporary Municipal Skills and Departments: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/PLANNING Job Number: 1828 Hourly Pay Rate DOEQ: $0.00
A municipal agency in Riverside County is in need of a Code Enforcement Officer for their Community Development Department. This is a full time position and will run for 3-6 months. Compensation is open DOE/DOQ.

Conducts field inspection to ensure compliance with appropriate codes, ordinances and regulations.
Investigates, reviews and responds to complaints of possible ordinance violations.
Prepares reports of conditions for referral to proper authorities and prepares notices of violations and other similar notices.
Interviews property and business owners, residents, and members of the public concerning violations and other code enforcement matters.
Provides information regarding compliance with: property maintenance standards, land use, sign, group home and business tax related ordinances.
Issues citations for violations of the Municipal Code.
Tracks information and prepares and maintains reports, records and tables regarding a large number of properties in data base management systems such as Excel.
Have a California Drivers License as well as insurance. PC 832 certification is desired, and must be achieved within 12 months of start date if position runs that long. Position minimum requirements are High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.), plus at least one year of experience in investigations, enforcement, code interpretation, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Experience working in the municipal Planning department is highly desired, but not required.

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