|Date Posted||July 30, 2022|
Building Permit Technician
A county development services department needs a full-time Building Permit Technician to join their team. This is a great opportunity to perform specialized and technical clerical work in the processing and examination of applications as well as the enforcement of the County s Zoning, Building and Licensing regulations.
What you ll be doing to make an impact:
- Processes applications for permits and provides technical information such as location of legal description, using scale rule for metes and bounds.
- Interprets zoning codes for minimum setbacks, reviews plot plan for current setbacks in accordance with zoning requirements.
- Advises and verifies collection of impact fees when required; calculates and collects proper impact fees and assigns correct zone for money to be allocated when appropriate.
- Reviews maps for proper inspection area; checks flood maps and determines if in a flood zone.
- Verifies land use, type, density and minimum lot size for conformance to Land Development Code.
- Verifies existing addresses for permits.
- Assists citizens with concerns, questions and information regarding the FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps.
- Reviews contractor applications for current license and insurance coverage; assists contractors with license registration and renewal.
- Reviews plans for proper stamps and documentation.
- Calculates permit and plan review fees; ensures plans are reviewed by appropriate plans examiner.
- Reviews blueprints or drawings for minimum plan review criteria.
- Verifies documentation for Florida Product Approval codes.
- Issues Certificates of Occupancy.
- Processes faxed and emailed permit applications.
- Processes revisions to active permits.
- Accepts, receipts and balances monetary transactions.
- Interprets policies and procedures for adherence to and application of the Development Services Center Customer Service Standards as well as other program guidelines as established at the time of employment or modified thereafter.
- Assists public by explaining laws, procedures and other related information in person and via phone; provides information regarding the development approval processes and procedures.
- Compiles and types of statistical reports.
- May be required to change work assignment or location; may be required to staff satellite office.
- Must demonstrate commitment to our mission, vision, values and goals and represent the County in a professional, dignified manner at all times both in actions and appearance.
- May have a role in the County s disaster preparation and/or disaster recovery efforts, as designated in the County Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan; may be required to work before, during and/or after an emergency.
What you ll bring to the table:
- A four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent; supplemented by two (2) years of zoning, building or land development regulations, general contracting or real estate experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities
- Knowledge of business English, spelling, arithmetic and office practices and procedures; database software; internet, spreadsheet and word processing software
- Required to operate a personal computer and word processing, spreadsheet and/or database programs
- Requires a valid driver license at the date of hire and maintain said license while employed in this position
What s in it for you:
- For this position, you will be paid a competitive wage of $17.52/hour
- A regular schedule of Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
- Contract position
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