CODE ENFORCEMENT SUPERVISOR Department:
By: City Manager
Position Reports To:
Director of Community Development
Code Enforcement Officer I and II; 2
Part-time Crossing guards
Investigates, documents and ensures
compliance with federal, state and local
policies, laws and regulations; oversees
implementation of city-wide rental inspection
program; parking regulation enforcement;
supervision of animal care and control duties;
crossing guard training and supervising;
implementation of local smoking, graffiti and
shopping cart ordinances. Serves as a member of
the management team.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES
organizes, supervises and evaluates code
compliance program activities and operations
within the Community Development Department.
trains, motivates and evaluates assigned
personnel; provides and or coordinates staff
training; works with employees to correct
deficiencies; implements discipline and
leadership and works with staff to ensure a high
performance, customer oriented work environment
through selection, training, and day-to-day
management practices that supports achieving the
department’s and the City’s mission, objectives
4. Responds to
and handles difficult compliance issues
regarding municipal code provisions and explains
City regulations to City officials and the
public relating to building, zoning, land use,
disabled access, planning and related codes.
and assigns the work of the City code compliance
officers; advises and assists staff with field
problems and evaluates staff for their
consistency and effectiveness in conducting
inspections; receives and investigates public
concerns regarding staff members in the conduct
of their duties.
leadership and oversight of the review and
approval of applications designated to the Code
Compliance Section for processing including
animal permits, home occupation permits,
alcoholic beverage permits, and special event
permits; provides oversight for the approval of
zone clearance for Certificate of Occupancy
applications for new commercial occupancies.
investigations and attempts to correct higher
profile and difficult alleged Municipal Code
Violations; testifies in court actions as
public complaints; acts as a reference for Code
Compliance Officers investigating and attempting
to correct alleged violations of the zoning
ordinance and conditioned permits; testifies in
court actions as necessary.
9. Responds to
City Council and City Manager referrals
regarding Code Compliance and zoning issues.
Parking Enforcement and Animal Care and Control
Officer, Code Compliance Officer II and
Part-time School Crossing Guards.
11. Works closely
with other agencies in responding to permit
violations, neighborhood disputes, and “on-sale
inspection” violation corrections.
the City’s Animal Control response for lost,
barking or injured animals.
single Family Rental Housing Inspection Program.
the City’s Dog License Program.
the City’s No Smoking Program.
16. Ability to
effectively and professional work with difficult
17. Ability to
understand and use peaceful, non-confrontational
problem solving skills with other people.
physically present at City location.
19. Be present
during the City’s regular business hours
responsibility for related duties as required or
Bachelor degree in planning, public
administration, criminal justice or related
Must be a Certified Code Compliance Officer in
the State of California or have the ability to
obtain certification within six months of
Valid class C California driver’s license.
services, and activities of a code compliance
Principles and practices of code compliance
including identification and investigation
Pertinent codes, ordinances, laws, and
regulations pertaining to zoning, housing,
plumbing, electrical, mechanical nomenclature
and land uses.
Legal aspects of code administration.
Principles of and practices of court procedures
and legal actions.
Effective public relations practices.
Principles and procedures of record keeping and
Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes,
and regulations governing code compliance.
3-5 years of progressive code
compliance experience including one year of
administrative and/or lead supervisory
Strong analytical and
Exercise independent judgment.
Able to manage and coordinate subordinate
Good communications skills.
Technical writing skills.
Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office and
APPLICATION & SELECTION PROCESS:
The first application
review date is Monday, November 14, 2016.
This recruitment will remain open until filled
and may close without prior notice. Prompt
application submission is encouraged.
Please send a letter of interest, resume,
and a completed application to:
5775 Carpinteria Avenue
Carpinteria, CA 93013
To be considered for the position, a
completed employment application is required.
application without salary information will not
Resumes in lieu of City employment
applications will not be considered.
A personal interview will be scheduled
for the most qualified applicants to determine
An equal opportunity employer