Neighborhood Preservation Supervisor

City of Madera
City of Madera

The Neighborhood Preservation Supervisor performs a variety of supervisory, administrative, and technical work in activities in code enforcement and neighborhood preservation programs; develops and implements department policies, programs and procedures; ensures safe work practices, work quality and accuracy; reads and interprets complex codes, laws, and ordinances; coaches and counsels subordinate staff; performs other related duties as required.
Experience/Education: 5 years increasingly responsible work in code compliance/interpretation or neighborhood revitalization activities, and a High School Diploma or equivalent; -OR- 2 years increasingly responsible experience in code compliance/interpretation or neighborhood revitalization activities and a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in planning, urban studies, political science, police sciences, public administration, or a closely related field.
Licenses: Valid Class C California Drivers License. Successful applicant must complete the following within 1 year of appointment; all applicable training will be provided by the department: completion of PC 832 Laws of arrest course; Basic and Advanced Code Enforcement Certificates from the Sacramento Training Center.