Assistant Manager of Building Services

Performs inspections work of building and property within the County to ensure compliance with state codes and local ordinances, and directs the day-to-day work of other Inspectors.
Salary Range:
Minimum Salary: $55,764.00
Job Rate: $66,916.00
Examples of Duties
An employee in this class serves in a dual role as inspector and assistant manager. The employee assists the Manager of Building Services with the work of the Building Services Department, including plan review, field monitoring of Building Inspectors, performance evaluations and dealing with questions from staff and contractors. The employee also carries an inspections load, including inspecting construction work in process to enforce State codes for building construction including the four trade areas of building, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical codes. Work involves performing skilled inspections within level of certification to determine the quality of workmanship, materials, and safety precautions; work requires exercising judgment in interpreting state codes. Technical judgment is required to interpret provisions of the codes as applied to practical construction projects and circumstances. Inspections may require some physical effort and are performed under hazards present in dealing with construction work in progress. The employee is subject to inside and outside environmental conditions and extremely hot and cold temperatures, and requires driving throughout the county. Work is also subject to noise and dusts. Tact, courtesy, and firmness must be exercised in dealing with contractors and the general public. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Code Administrator and is evaluated through conferences, review of reports and records, and contractor and citizen reactions.
Minimum Requirements
Graduation from high school supplemented by trade school course work in building construction trades and experience in construction trades work; considerable experience as a Code Enforcement Officer; A Standard level II Building, Plumbing, Electrical and Mechanical certification with ability to acquire a Standard level III certification within 2 years of start date. Valid NC driver's license.

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