INITIAL APPLICATION REVIEW WILL TAKE PLACE TWO WEEKS AFTER OPEN. INTERESTED CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ADDITIONAL APPLICATION REVIEW WILL ONLY BE CONDUCTED IF NECESSARY.
Performs intermediate skilled technical work performing residential building plan reviews to ensure compliance with the City codes, policies, and procedures, reviewing and interpreting building and structural construction documents and reports, performing site inspections, coordinating plan reviews with other City departments, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the limited supervision of the Building Official.
The ideal candidate is an effective team player who combines technical expertise with superb communication skills in order to provide excellent customer service. They will be knowledgeable in various construction trades and will possess all or any combination of education, experience, training, and certification that would enhance their ability to perform the essential duties of the position within the Building Division.
Associates/Technical degree with coursework in building construction, or related field and moderate experience in plan checking or building construction, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Possession of or ability to obtain Building Plans Examiner Certification or Residential Plans Examiner Certification issued by the International Code Council (ICC) within one (1) year of hire.
National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) training based on assignment.
Must meet and maintain all training and education requirements for the position.
Valid Arizona Driver License of appropriate class.
Applicants for employment opportunities should be aware of the Lake Havasu City policies concerning the use of drugs and alcohol. These policies have not been altered by the passage of Proposition 207. The use of recreational marijuana is a violation of the City's Drug Free Workplace Policy. All positions within the City are required to submit to a pre-employment drug test. A positive result for drugs tested under the policy, including recreational marijuana, may be grounds for withdrawal of an offer of employment.
The City reserves the right to consider only the most highly qualified applicants. The succeeding examination processes may be required: training and experience, testing, panel interview, employment eligibility verification (EEV) requirements, personnel evaluation profile (PEP), polygraph test, background investigation and alcohol/drug screening test. Appointment subject to successful background investigation and City paid post-employment medical examination after offer of employment has been made.