County of San BernardinoSan Bernardino 92415
Full Time

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Building Inspector I

County of San Bernardino
Full Time 45 per week 385 N Arrowhead Ave, First Floor, 385 N Arrowhead Ave, San Bernardino, CA 92415, United States
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Overview

Apply by Friday, August 18th, 2023 to be considered for first round of interviews! 

We offer a competitive salary with bi-annual step increases of approximately 2.5% up to a top salary step of $61,152 annually. 

Help build a better, safer future for business and residents in one of the largest, most diverse counties in the U.S.

San Bernardino County's Land Use Services Department 

is looking for

Building Inspectors I

to join a dynamic team dedicated to outstanding service, innovation, and teamwork.



Building Inspector I is the

trainee

class in the series and works under training conditions while acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills necessary to examine structures for compliance with model building codes, ordinances, regulations and qualify for promotion to

.


For more detailed information, review the job description.
 

Applications are also being accepted for

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EXCELLENT BENEFIT OPTIONS
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Background: 

Applicant must successfully pass a background check prior to appointment.


Promotion

: Building Inspectors I are eligible for promotion to Building Inspector II ($

62,212 - $85,508

annually) upon obtaining required certification (see below); completion of the training program; and receipt of a satisfactory work progress report. Employees must qualify for advancement to Building Inspector II within 24 months or be terminated.

Certification

: Incumbents must obtain certification in the appropriate field from a recognized state, national, or international association (as determined by the County Building Official) within two (2) years of hire or be terminated. Incumbents shall also complete a minimum of 45 hours of continuing education every three (3)  year period.


License

: Travel throughout the County is required. A valid California Class C driver license is required at time of appointment and must be maintained. Employees in this class may be required to use personal vehicles and show proof of automobile liability insurance. Mileage reimbursement is available.



Physical

: May require frequent climbing, kneeling, crawling, lifting and carrying of items weighing up to 25 pounds; working on rough, uneven, rocky, or slippery surfaces; and regularly working at heights over 10 feet.

Minimum Requirements
Option 1

: Two (2) years of full-time work experience in construction where building permits and abiding by model building codes was mandated.


AND one of the following options

:



a) 

Fifteen (15) semester or twenty-three (23) quarter units of completed college coursework in building construction/inspection technology or a closely related field.


b) 

Possession of ICC certification (or equivalent) in the California Building Code in one of the following Inspector certificates: Residential Building, Residential Plumbing, Residential Electrical, or Residential Mechanical.


c)

Possession of ICC certification (or equivalent) as a California Commercial Building Inspector.


Option 2

: Thirty (30) semester or forty-five (45) quarter units of completed college coursework in building construction/inspection technology or a closely related field.


Option 3

: Four (4) years of full-time work experience in construction where building permits and abiding by model building codes was mandated.


Option 4: Two (2) years of journey level experience performing technical duties in a land use, planning, code enforcement or related environment. Duties must include interpreting and explaining rules and regulations to the public.
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