Local Building Inspector
Reporting to the Inspector of Buildings, the Local Inspector performs technical work connected with the interpretation, processing and enforcement of 780 CMR of the Massachusetts State Building Code, the Zoning Bylaws of the Town of Burlington, and all other applicable regulations.
Essential functions include, but are not limited to:
Minimum qualifications include at least five years of experience in the supervision of building construction or design or a two year associate degree in a field related to building construction or design or any combination of education and experience which would confer equivalent knowledge and ability. Additionally, must have a general knowledge of the quality and strength of building materials; a general knowledge of the accepted requirements for building construction, fire prevention, light, ventilation and safe exits; and a general knowledge of other equipment and materials essential for safety, comfort, and convenience of the occupants of a building or structure, and any regulatory energy requirements. Must be certified as a Local Building Inspector or Building Commissioner/Inspector of Buildings by the board of building regulations and standards or have a Degree (Associates or Bachelors Degree) in Building Construction or Construction Management and be certified as a Local Building Inspector or Building Commissioner/Inspector of Buildings with 18 months of appointment to the position. Valid driver’s license required, along with computer skills and the ability to deal effectively with the general public, property owners, and members of the building community.
This position is included within the Burlington Municipal Employees Association bargaining unit. Starting salary range for Grade 10, of the BMEA contract is $1,082.40 - $1,217.20 weekly (effective July 1, 2017), and includes comprehensive and generous benefits. This is a full-time position, 40-hours per week.
Applications received by 12:00pm June 16, 2017 will receive first consideration. Position will remain open until filled.
Please note: MA General Laws mandate that any individual having direct contact at any time with either children or senior citizens be subject to CORI screening by the Criminal History Systems Board. Any conditional offer of employment is contingent upon a satisfactory CORI result.
Methods to apply for this position:
Click on the Apply Now button below (preferred)
Send letter of interest, resume, and application to:
Joanne M. Faust, SPHR
Human Resources Director
Town of Burlington
29 Center Street
Burlington, MA 01803
The Town of Burlington is an Equal Opportunity Employer