$50,832.00 - $68,136.00 Annually Deadline to Apply: Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. Description Under general supervision, investigates and enforces codes and regulations relating to solid waste collection, rubbish and weed nuisances, illegal temporary signs, the City's Fats, Oils and Grease Control Program, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits, and other environmental concerns. Essential Functions Include But Are Not Limited To Makes field inspections throughout the City on work performed by the City solid waste collection and weed abatement contractors to determine if the contractor's services are in accord with City regulations and contract requirements. Investigates complaints regarding solid waste collection, abandoned property, illegal temporary signs, and rubbish or weed nuisances.Discusses with residents and property owners the type of service to which they are entitled and explains their responsibility.Cooperates closely in the field with the City solid waste collection and weed abatement contractors, the Fire Department and the County Health Department to prevent and eliminate illegal, unsightly, hazardous or unhealthy solid waste, weeds, litter or storage problems.May assist in the survey, plotting, posting, inspection or calculation of costs involved in the weed abatement program. May assist in the City's Fats, Oils and Grease Control and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System inspection programs.Issues notices or citations for violations of the City's Garbage, Trash and Weeds Ordinance, placing of illegal temporary signs, City right-of-way obstructions and other Municipal Code violations.Keeps up-to-date and accurate records and prepares periodic and special reports. Utilizes current office software applications to prepare reports, spreadsheets and correspondence; prepares correction notices, reports, and other related documents.Assists and prepares case files for prosecution, administrative or court hearings and may make presentations or testify; researches codes, rules and regulations for appropriate responses to inspection and code violations.Assists Sanitation Inspector II with sanitation audits.May perform removal of abandoned property such as furniture, trash, or boxes.May coordinate and perform the removal of abandoned property related to homeless services operations and assist with identifying, cataloging, and inventory of personal property related to homelessness.
Ability to deal with the public positively, sometimes under difficult circumstances and confrontational situations; maintain effective relationships with other employees and the public; prepare reports and written communication.Performs other functions as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Three years of experience in work involving public contact, preferably including experience in the field of solid waste collection and disposal; or an equivalent combination of experience and education in code compliance, which provides the desired knowledge and abilities.
DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Considerable knowledge of: inspection work methods involved in solid waste collection and disposal, and weed and rubbish codes. Working knowledge of: the solid waste collection codes and ordinances, and the requirements of the solid waste collection contracts; current office software applications such as Microsoft Office Outlook, Word, Excel and Access. Ability to: deal with the public positively, sometimes under difficult circumstances and confrontational situations; maintain effective relationships with other employees and the public; prepare reports and written communication. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Must possess and retain a valid California Class "C" Driver's License throughout tenure in this classification.Successful completion of the California Association of Code Enforcement Officers (CACEO) Academy Basic Module or successful completion of the CACEO Basic Certification Exam is preferred but not required. Bilingual fluency in English and Spanish is highly desirable.
SPECIAL WORK REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS Due to the nature of the work, incumbents must have the ability to: use both hands, arms and legs; sit, walk, stoop, kneel, squat, bend and reach above his/her head; must have the ability to remove abandoned property such as furniture, trash, or boxes; remove cast iron manhole covers weighing approximately 90 pounds.Work may involve exposure to hazardous chemicals.Must be willing and able to work irregular hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays as needed.Must be willing to work outside, under varying weather conditions.
There are currently four vacancies in the Public Works Agency, Maintenance Division. For more information, and to apply go to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/santaana/jobs/2565906/sanitation-inspector-i?keywords=sanitation&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
$5,966 - $7,220 per month DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday February 21, 2020 AT 4:30 p.m. Supervises, prioritizes, assigns and reviews the work of staff engaged in the maintenance and repairs of City buildings, facilities, and structures. Supervises and coordinates facilities maintenance programs and monitors budget and schedules. Performs related technical and complex work within assigned area of responsibility. Provides supervision, direction and oversight of staff, contracts, and contractors; schedules and inspects work and prepares reports; performs administrative tasks; and performs other related duties as required. 1. Develops, implements and monitors employee work schedules and assignments. Approves overtime and leave requests. 2. Prepares employee performance evaluations. Interprets and applies City policies and procedures. Ensures goals, objectives, and work standards are achieved. 3. Assists the Facilities Manager in budgeting for equipment, materials, supplies, and personnel for Facilities Maintenance Division. Submits budget recommendations; monitors expenditures; evaluates and institutes changes in work methods and priorities. 4. Recommends, implements and monitors preventive maintenance and repair schedules and quality control procedures within assigned area. Allocates resources pursuant to established schedules and priorities. 5. Provides responsible staff assistance to the Facilities Manager; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence. 6. Estimates time and staffing needs for specific assignments; assists the Facilities Manager in planning and scheduling routine and special work, and projects. 7. Participates in the selection of maintenance staff. 8. Works with employees to correct deficiencies and implements discipline procedures. 9. Trains employees in proper work methods and techniques, safety standards, and use of materials; evaluates and records employee work performance. 10. Plans and schedules work, and prioritizes assignments; delegates tasks and participates in the maintenance, repair, and set-up of City buildings and facilities. 11. Prepares, reviews and maintains various reports and records, including inventory of tools and parts, maintenance instructions and schedules, construction progress reports, and accident reports. Maintains accurate records of time, materials and parts used, and work performed. 12. Serves as liaison for facilities maintenance services with other City departments, divisions, and outside agencies; negotiates and resolves significant and controversial issues. 13. Implements and maintains facilities inspection procedures to ensure the highest standard of maintenance. Reports and keeps records regarding malfunctions and damages and proposes remedies. 14. Coordinates building and facility set-ups and the installation of holiday decorations; schedules seasonal preparation of buildings, and special events. 15. Itemizes materials to be purchased and takes inventory of supplies for reordering purposes. 16. Participates in the development and preparation of assigned project and program budgets. Prepares cost estimates for materials and labor and submits requisitions for equipment, materials, and supplies. Reviews invoices, monitors expenditures, and makes budget recommendations. Obtains quotes, coordinates schedules, and supervises work of independent contractors for special projects, repairs, and equipment. 17. Completes daily activity logs and accident and incident reports. 18. Performs varied plumbing, carpentry, electrical, masonry, painting, and custodial maintenance tasks and performs minor office equipment repairs. 19. Completes pool maintenance, equipment maintenance and building maintenance tasks at the San Dimas Recreation Center. 20. Responds to emergency situations in the City as required. 21. Responds to after hour phone calls from City staff and alarm companies (City issued cell phone). HOW TO APPLY A City of San Dimas application must be submitted and may be completed online by visiting the City website www.sandimasca.gov . Questions may be directed to Human Resources at (909) 394-6211 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received no later than Friday February 21, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. A resume may be attached to the application, but does not substitute for a completed City application.