Code Compliance Officer

Full-time
Town of Mammoth Lakes
8/09/2019
cmance@townofmammothlakes.ca.gov
7609653604

The Town of Mammoth Lakes is looking for a a Code Compliance Officer to join our Community and Economic Development Department. If you have experience in code compliance, exemplary customer service skills, and a passion for serving our local community, apply now!

As a Code Compliance Officer for the Town of Mammoth Lakes you will perform office and field work involving the inspection, investigation, and compliance of the Town’s Municipal Code and ordinances and state and local regulations. You will be responsible for managing our comprehensive compliance program to ensure efficient and effective enforcement of, and compliance with, zoning, land use, and design standards.

To read more about our Community and Economic Development Department, click here.

Education:
Education equivalent to a high school diploma required. Supplemental course work in Code Compliance or a related field preferred. Advanced course work or a Bachelor’s degree in construction or a related field (Planning, Engineering, Architecture, Community Development, Criminal Justice, etc.) is also desirable.

Experience:
Two years of experience performing duties involving heavy public contact. The performance of code enforcement or related activities involving the interpretation and explanation or enforcement of laws and regulations is desirable.

Licenses:
Possession of, or ability to obtain within one year of hire, a Penal Code 832 certification. Must have (or receive within state required time frame) a valid State of California Class C Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record and pass an appropriate background check prior to the hire date.

$51,491 - $72,452 plus a competitive benefits package including:
- CalPERS retirement plan
- Comprehensive leave starting at 5 weeks/year
- 12 paid municipal holidays/year
- 100% employer-paid health insurance for employee and dependents
- Generous vision/dental reimbursement program
- Option to work an alternative work schedule

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