CAA is currently accepting resumes for a Code Enforcement Officer to work in the North Metro Atlanta area.
Under general supervision, candidates will perform a variety of technical duties in support of client’s building inspection and code enforcement services. Monitor and enforce municipal, county, and state adopted codes through field inspections
and investigations. Regulatory compliance includes but is not limited to state building, energy, NPDES storm water and disabled access codes; municipal land use laws pertaining to public welfare, safety, public nuisance, property maintenance and structure design; municipal code provisions including zoning, land use, planning, design review, and related codes to the public.
City, county, state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to land use, zoning, building permits, property maintenance, health public safety, peace, animal regulations, fire, traffic, disabled access and public nuisance; methods, procedures and techniques used in the identification, interpretation and enforcement of a wide variety of code violations; principles and methods of research and investigation related to code enforcement; effective public relations practices; evidentiary requirements for courts of law; applicable state and federal regulations regarding disabled access.
Recognize conditions that constitute code violations; use effective inter-personal techniques to interact with citizens and the public when explaining city health, public safety, fire, traffic, zoning/land use codes and permit requirements; analyze potential code violations accurately and adopt effective resolution processes; research and interpret land use, zoning, planning and construction-related codes and investigations; prepare comprehensive reports and deliver oral and written presentations; carry out duties with minimum supervision.
Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma and at least two years experience as a code enforcement officer.
CAA offers excellent benefits including: medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance, as well as a 401 (k) plan.