Located in the heart of Southern California, San Bernardino County thrives on the diversity of its communities that offer families affordable housing, excellent schools, and community resources, including libraries, parks, hospitals, and international airports. The County provides a safe, clean, and healthy environment with access to a variety of business and shopping opportunities, as well as cultural and educational enrichment opportunities through museums, theater, and higher education, including California State University, San Bernardino, University of Redlands, and Loma Linda University.
The County is governed by a full time, five-member Board of Supervisors, who, working through its Chief Executive Officer, the County Administrative Office, and a workforce of over 20,000 dedicated employees, are committed to sustaining a vision of a “complete county that capitalizes on the diversity of its people, its geography, and its economy to create a broad range of choices for its residents in how they live, work, and play.”
The Building and Safety Division is primarily responsible for the enforcement of Building Standards adopted by the State of California and San Bernardino County. These standards include the California Building, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Energy Codes, and Disabled Access Regulations contained in Title 24 of the California Code of Regulations. The Division administers construction and occupancy standards and enforces applicable codes through the “permit process,” which includes permit issuance, reviewing construction plans, inspection of construction work in progress, final inspection, and issuance of Certificate of Occupancy. The Building Official plans, organizes, and directs the Building and Safety Division of the Land Use Services Department; serves as the County Building Official; performs related duties as required. The Building Official has three direct reports and a staff of 50.
San Bernardino County invites national candidates from comparable sized cities and counties to apply. Requires a BA/BS degree and five years of increasingly responsible experience with a public agency enforcing the building code as an administrator, building inspector, plan checker or reviewer for residential, commercial, and trial developments; experience must include two years as a full-scope supervisor of related personnel. Registered Civil Engineer in the State of California and/or CASp Certification is highly desired.
Salary: up to $127,296 - $177,985 DOQ + benefits.
Apply immediately on-line at www.alliancerc.com. Candidate review begins on May 19, 2023. For questions and inquiries, please contact Sherrill Uyeda at firstname.lastname@example.org or Cindy Krebs at email@example.com. Main office phone is (562) 901-0769.