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Assistant Permit Specialist/Associate Permit Specialist/Senior Permit

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Goverment Jobs Redding , CA 96001

Posted 3 months ago

DESCRIPTION ASSISTANT PERMIT SPECIALIST: $3,041-$3,881 APPROXIMATE MONTHLY / $17.54-$22.39 APPROXIMATE HOURLYASSOCIATE PERMIT SPECIALIST: $3,520-$4,493 APPROXIMATE MONTHLY / $20.31-$25.92 APPROXIMATE HOURLYSENIOR PERMIT SPECIALIST: $4,075-$5,201 APPROXIMATE MONTHLY / $23.51-$30.01 APPROXIMATE HOURLYPlease refer to the appropriate Bargaining Unit Memorandum ofUnderstanding for potential future salary increases.
Please visithttp:// VACANCY IS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH DIVISIONIN THE DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ORAL EXAM IS TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 2018SEE "SPECIAL REQUIREMENT" SECTIONRESPONSES TO SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS REQUIREDSKILLS OR EXPERIENCES LISTED UNDER THE IDEAL CANDIDATESTATEMENT MAY ALSO BE USED TO SCREEN APPLICATIONSFINAL FILING DATE:
SEPTEMBER 24, 2018 AT 5:00 PMABOUT THE POSITIONAssistant Permit Specialist: Under close supervision, performs a variety of paraprofessional technical and customer service functions supporting the Planning, Building, Environmental Health and Air Quality divisions of the Resource Management Department; advises architects, engineers, developers, business owners, homeowners and the general public on basic regulatory code requirements, ordinances, Resource Management programs and the development permit process; assists the public in completing permit applications; processes, tracks and issues routine development permits; additional processing for Environmental Health programs if position is within the Environmental Health Division (EHD); performs limited field and office duties as required.Associate Permit Specialist / Senior Permit Specialist: Under general supervision, performs a variety of paraprofessional technical and customer service functions supporting the Planning, Building, Environmental Health and Air Quality divisions of the Resource Management Department; advises architects, engineers, developers, business owners, homeowners and the general public on basic regulatory code requirements, ordinances, Resource Management programs and the development permit process; assists the public in completing permit applications; processes, tracks and issues routine development permits additional processing for Environmental Health programs if position is within the Environmental Health Division (EHD; performs limited field and office duties as required.DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICSAssistant Permit Specialist:
This is the entry-level class in the Permit Specialist Series and requires well developed organizational and customer service skills.Under close supervision, this class is characterized by: the responsibility to learn, understand and implement County development codes, policies and regulations; the role of each division in the development review and permitting process; what and how the full range of development permits are issued; what information is required for a complete permit application; how to thoroughly research parcel history; and what information to provide the public concerning the application process.If this position is within EHD, additional responsibilities in Environmental Health programs will be required.Incumbents in this class may process, track and issue approved over-the-counter permits and building, planning and environmental health permits..Associate Permit Specialist:
This is the journey-level class in the Permit Specialist Series and requires demonstrated proficiency in all responsibility areas of the Assistant Permit Specialist.This class is characterized by: ability to interpret and clearly explain to the public the County's zoning, building, code enforcement, environmental health and air quality permit requirements and procedures with minimal supervision; ability to respond effectively to complicated permit inquiries; process, track and issue the more complex development permits.If this position is within EHD, additional responsibilities in Environmental Healthprograms will be required.Senior Permit Specialist:
This is the advanced journey-level class in the Permit Specialist Series.Incumbents work on the most complex permits and provide lead worker oversight to Assistant and Associate Permit Specialists.Incumbents work independently; assist management in developing strategies and procedures to improve customer service and permit center responsiveness; and assist in scheduling and training subordinate permit center staff.
If this position is within EHD, additional responsibilities in Environmental Health programs will be required.
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES Assistant Permit Specialist:
Provide outstanding customer service; learn the basic zoning, building, environmental health and air quality codes and procedures to obtain the permits necessary to develop and/or build on a parcel; research permit and development history on parcels proposed for development; provide accurate and current information to contractors, engineers, developers, homeowners and the general public concerning parcel status, code requirements and the development permit process; assist the public in preparing accurate and complete permit applications; conduct preliminary review of site plans, construction plans, design drawings, calculations, and other application documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformance with applicable codes using approved checklists and guidelines; calculate permit fees and fee estimates for a variety of development and construction projects using approved formulas and guidelines; learn the workflow for all permits and route complete applications to the appropriate division(s) for review; issue over-the-counter permits and building, planning and environmental health permits that have been reviewed and cleared; develop proficiency with computerized and technical equipment and software programs used in the daily functions of the Department of Resource Management; conduct routine or follow-up field inspections for the Department of Resource Management programs as assigned; perform a full range of support functions including making copies, accepting cash, checks, and credit cards as forms of payment; recording all financial transactions and issuing receipts to customers; collating and distributing informational hand-outs and other materials; maintain, track and update department permit records, files, lists, and other information; participate in scheduled Permit Center staff meetings and discussions; perform other related duties as assigned.If position is within the EHD, under the supervision of Associate or Senior Permit Specialist in EHD, learns to perform permitting of environmental health facilities in compliance with applicable codes and regulations; processes and follows up on routine complaints, in the areas of housing, vector control, public nuisances, drinking water, sewage disposal systems and swimming pools; inspects non-conventional sewage disposal systems; collects water samples from wells for testing by laboratories; sets up and maintains file systems and records relating to environmental health programs and functions; advises the public on a variety of environmental health regulations; performs a full range of clerical and fiscal support functions.Associate Permit Specialist:
Provide outstanding customer service; understand and accurately explain the basic zoning, building, environmental health and air quality codes and procedures required to obtain permits to develop or build on a parcel; research permit and development history on parcels proposed for development; provide accurate and current information to contractors, engineers, developers, homeowners and the general public concerning parcel status, code requirements and the development permit process; assist the public in preparing accurate and complete permit applications; conduct preliminary review of site plans, construction plans, design drawings, calculations, and other application documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformance with applicable codes using approved checklists and guidelines; calculate permit fees and fee estimates for a variety of development and construction projects using approved formulas and guidelines; understand and track the workflow for all permit types and route complete applications to the appropriate division(s) for review; issue over-the-counter permits and building, planning and environmental health permits that have been reviewed and cleared; develop proficiency with computerized and technical equipment and software programs used in the daily functions of the Department of Resource Management; conduct routine or follow-up field inspections for the Department of Resource Management programs as assigned; perform a full range of support functions including: making copies, accepting cash, checks, and credit cards as forms of payment; recording all financial transactions and issuing receipts to customers; collating and distributing informational hand-outs and other materials; maintain, track and update department permit records, files, lists, and other information; participate in scheduled Permit Center staff meetings and discussions; prepare correspondence, reports, forms, maps, and other documents; under direction may provide guidance and limited training to the Assistant Permit Specialist; perform other related duties as assigned.
If position is within EHD, under the supervision of the Senior Permit Specialist and/or a Registered Environmental Health Specialist, processes permit applications and issues permits for environmental health facilities in compliance with applicable codes and regulations; investigates routine complaints and conducts follow-up, writes letters summarizing findings and directives in the areas of housing, vector control, public nuisances, drinking, sewage disposal systems and swimming pools; inspects non-conventional sewage disposal systems; collects water samples from wells for testing by laboratories; sets up and maintains file systems and records relating to environmental health programs and functions; advises the public on a variety of environmental health regulations; performs a full range of clerical and fiscal support functions.Senior Permit Specialist:
Provide outstanding customer service; interpret and effectively explain the basic zoning, building, environmental health and air quality codes and procedures to obtain the permits necessary to develop and/or build on a parcel; research permit and development history on parcels proposed for development; provide accurate and current information to contractors, engineers, developers, homeowners and the general public concerning parcel status, code requirements and the development permit process; assist the public in preparing accurate and complete permit applications; conduct preliminary review of site plans, construction plans, design drawings, calculations, and other application documents for accuracy, completeness, and conformance with applicable codes using approved checklists and guidelines; calculate permit fees and fee estimates for a variety of development and construction projects using approved formulas and guidelines; route complete applications to the appropriate division(s) for review and track permits through workflow to ensure timely completion; issue over-the-counter permits and building, planning and environmental health permits that have been reviewed and cleared; may train and monitor subordinate staff on computerized and technical equipment and software programs used in the daily functions of the Department of Resource Management; conduct routine or follow-up field inspections for the Department of Resource Management programs as assigned; perform a full range of support functions including making copies, accepting cash, checks, and credit cards as forms of payment; recording all financial transactions and issuing receipts to customers; collating and distributing informational hand-outs and other materials; maintain, track and update department permit records, files, lists, and other information as necessary; participate in scheduled Permit Center staff meetings and discussions; prepare correspondence, reports, forms, maps, and other documents; under direction of the Assistant Director or designee, may train, oversee and supervise the work of the Assistant and Associate Permit Specialist; perform other related duties as assigned.
If position is within EHD, under the supervision of Registered Environmental Health Specialist, processes permit applications and issues permits; performs inspections and investigations of routine complaints and conducts follow-up inspections, as necessary,in the areas of housing, vector control, public nuisances, drinking water, sewage disposal systems and swimming pools; inspects non-conventional sewage disposal system; collects water samples from wells for testing by laboratories; performs inspections of swimming pools, and other Environmental Health related facilities; sets up and maintains file systems and records relating to Environmental Health programs and functions; advises the public on a variety of environmental health regulations; performs a full range of clerical and fiscal support functions.
TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS Any combination of education and experience sufficient to directly demonstrate possession and application of the following:Assistant Permit Specialist:Knowledge of: Some knowledge of basic building codes, construction methods, zoning and land use planning principles, environmental health regulations, air quality regulations and related rules and laws as applied to the development permit process; some knowledge of basic construction drawing, blueprint reading, scaled site plan and map reading; knowledge and practice of ethical, professional conduct in a public agency and the techniques for providing high quality customer service;knowledge of office methods, procedures and techniques; manual and automated filing systems; office equipment operation; business correspondence; records management principles and practices; work-related computer applications including permitting software; English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation; bookkeeping practices as they relate to fees collection.Ability to:
Read and understand plat maps, zoning and general plan maps, Assessor's Book Maps, FEMA Flood Panel Maps, site plans, and applications submitted for development and construction projects; learn county ordinances, codes, and regulations pertaining to development and construction projects; prioritize and respond to multiple phone calls, walk-in customers, and other requests/interruptions; work independently and as a team member; maintain flexibility in work assignments; read and interpret various materials pertaining to the responsibilities of the job; make sound, educated decisions; react calmly and professionally in stressful situations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, and the public; make accurate arithmetic, financial, and statistical computations; assemble and analyze information and prepare written reports and records in a clear and concise manner; use English effectively to communicate in person, over the telephone, and in writing.These standards are typically attained with a high school diploma or equivalent and at least one year of public contact/hospitality industry work experience, preferably providing support or technical assistance in a planning or building firm or public agency.
College-level course work or certificate(s) in land use planning, construction trades, drafting, biology, chemistry, environmental science, social science, building inspection or related field is desirable.Associate Permit Specialist:Knowledge of: Building codes, zoning ordinance, environmental health regulations, air quality regulations and related rules and laws as applied to the development permit process; interpretation of construction drawings, scaled site plans, and various maps; principles, methods and


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