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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
3/7/2018
Job Category:
Legal
Code Enforcement Officer / Inspector
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FALLS TOWNSHIP | Fairless Hills, PA
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Job Description

Code Enforcement Officer / Inspector 

The Township of Falls is seeking a team player for a full-time position as a Building Inspector / Code Enforcement Officer. The candidate will report directly to the Chief Code Enforcement Officer. The primary responsibilities will be enforcement of Township ordinances and construction inspections. Zoning & floodplain administrator experience would be a plus. Applicants must have excellent communication skills with the public and contractors. Working knowledge of the Pennsylvania Uniform Construction Code and the International Codes are required.

The applicant must have a minimum of three certifications recognized by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry as a construction inspector. Certified Residential Combination Inspector preferred. The applicant must have excellent computer skills and the ability to keep accurate records. The applicant must possess and maintain a valid drivers license.

The candidate will be subject to a background check and drug and alcohol test. The selected candidate will receive a competitive salary plus an excellent benefits package. 


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About FALLS TOWNSHIP

The Association maintains the following facilites: - 17 acre Curtis Lake open for fishing- 15 position indoor range open 24 hours a day- 25 Yard Plinking range- 50 Yard Outdoor pistol range- 100 & 200 Yard outdoor rifle range- 4 trap ranges- Sporting clays- 30 position walk through archery course- Lighted archery rangePlease note: No Dogs allowed on FTRPA property, except service animals. "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."