Current Job Listings:
Code Enforcement Officer I Class
Town of Georgetown, Colorado
Salary Range - $22 - $29 per hour
Code Enforcement Officer perform a variety of office and fieldwork related to inspection and investigations to ensure compliance with City and State codes and regulations; and provide information on City regulations to homeowners, business and community groups to enhance and preserve the quality of neighborhoods and businesses.
This is the entry level class in the Code Enforcement series. Positions in this class typically have limited directly related work experience. The Code Enforcement Officer I class is distinguished from the Code Enforcement Officer II level by the performance of less than the full range of duties assigned to the Code Enforcement Officer II level. Incumbents work under immediate supervision while learning job tasks, progressing to general supervision as procedures and processes of assigned area of responsibility are learned. The areas of focus include zoning, nuisance, property maintenance, vehicle abatement or other neighborhood related improvement issues.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Conducts field investigations and property inspections to uncover violations of nuisance, zoning, junk and debris, abandoned/inoperative vehicles, housing and related ordinances.
- Issues infraction/misdemeanor citations for violations of City and State Codes relating to nuisance, zoning, junk and debris, housing deficiencies, and abandoned/inoperative vehicles, and animal issues (both domestic and wildlife).
- Performs investigations for possible violations; photographs evidence; contacts responsible persons, landlords or tenants and performs follow-up investigations to ensure that remedial action has been taken; develops and maintains accurate case files.
- Presents a variety of information and statistics in the form of written, graphic, or oral reports for use by elected and appointed officials, special committees, or community organizations involved in code enforcement matters.
- Confers and coordinates with other public and private agencies and City departments on the investigation of violations across agency boundaries.
- Responds to public inquiries and public nuisance abatement complaints and answers questions related to City code enforcement activities by researching, interpreting and explaining policies and regulations; analyzes, recommends and communicates appropriate solutions to problems; addresses customer complaints and schedules site visits.
- Deals effectively, courteously, and productively with angry and upset customers.
- Works closely with homeowners, landlords, tenants, businesses, and community groups to grow strong neighborhoods through public relations, education and code enforcement activities.
- Coordinates inspections and dispositions of cases with various City departments.
- Maintains integrity of work by taking responsibility and accountability for completion of work, customer interactions, and by maintaining punctuality and attendance at work.
- Acts as a representative of the Town by representing the Town in community and official meetings with other City departments, organizations and professional groups on code enforcement matters.
- Code Enforcement Officer II may lead and provide technical assistance to Code Enforcement Officer I and/or hourly staff.
- May perform other work as assigned such as NIBRS, SB-217, which may include:
- Interpret and determine which crimes meet criteria for mandatory reporting.
- Create JSON exports for Colorado 217 and upload them to database.
- Review reports from patrol officers for NIBRS reporting.
- Uploading electronic files and reports to external drives and databases.
- Communicate with CBI when errors occur in the reporting process and correct them.
- Must be able to pass a NCIC/CCIC background check, permitting them to obtain an OSN.
- Must possess a basic understanding of operational security, and privacy rights/restrictions.
Employment Standards & Minimum Qualifications:
Instructions to Apply
- Employment application
- Email Cover Letter, Resume and filled out Application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town of Georgetown Police Department is currently seeking to hire an additional full-time Police Officer. The position may have a salary up to $26.40 an hour (DOQ and experience).
Because the position is full time, the candidate will work an average of 40 hours per week. This position will be covered by FPPA retirement, Medicare, Worker's Compensation and Unemployment Insurance, with full benefits to include medical, dental, and vision for the employee.
Interested persons seeking further information may respond to: email@example.com
303-569-2555 ext. 8
Contact the Town Marshal Randy Williams: 303-250-9462 / firstname.lastname@example.org