PART TIME BUILDING SAFETY AND CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR
APPLICATIONS/RESUMES DUE DECEMBER 3, 2021.
Pay commensurate with experience
Part-time: Approximately 28 hours per week. Generally Mon, Weds, and Fri 8:00-4:30 and 4 hours on Tues or Thurs depending on inspections and workload.
FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB TITLE: PART-TIME BUILDING AND CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR
DEPARTMENT: Public Works
REPORTS TO: Public Works Director
SUMMARY: Under the general direction of the Code Enforcement Officer, responsible for a variety of residential building inspections and code compliance inspections based on applicable codes and ordinances. Although employees assigned to this classification may have a particular area of expertise (i.e. plumbing/gas, electrical, building) it is expected that they are generally knowledgeable with the workings of the other areas to assure all building and zoning codes are met.
This person will also assist with building plan review, entering building permits and inspection records into the City's current software along with the issuance of letters and permits.
The position requires the ability to multi-task, strong organizational skills, excellent customer service competences, sound judgment and integrity.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(The following is illustrative of the duties and responsibilities associated with the position and are not intended to be all-inclusive.)
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POSITION:
Must be a high school or technical school graduate or hold an equivalency certificate. A history of continuing education/training in the building trades is preferred. A combination of education and experience may be considered.
Preferred ten (10) years of experience in the building trades or in the inspection of building construction.
OTHER CONSIDERATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:
WILLARD COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR (PART-TIME)
The City of Willard in conjunction with the Willard Area Economic Corporation (WAEDC), Willard Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Willard United Fund is hiring a part-time Willard Community Development Director. The Community Development Director responsibilities include, but not limited to coordinated and implemented common goals developed by the interested parties and approved by the Willard City Manager. Individual will work with said groups to develop common goals to be implements in both short-term plan and long-term plan.
Development of the Willard Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) is a priority for this position. The Willard CIC will have a separate board as directed by the Ohio Revised Code. Administration of the Willard CIC is part of the position.
Researching grants, grant writing, and grant administration (when needed) is an essential part of the position. It is desirable for the Willard CIC to generate a revenue stream to assist with community programs identified in the short and long term plan for the betterment of the Willard community.
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Full-time Sergeant/Police Office
The City of Willard is accepting applications for full‑time SERGEANT OR POLICE OFFICER in the Willard Police Department.
All POLICE OFFICER candidates must complete the FrontLine National exam through National Testing Network. The test must be completed before December 30, 2021. Candidates selected for interview must also submit a city application. Applications can be obtained on-line (www.willardohio.us), at the National Testing Network site or in person.
All SERGEANT candidates must submit a resume to the city manager’s office before noon on December 30, 2021. Testing/study materials will be provided after that date.
Summary of qualifications: (1) Must be O.P.O.T.A. certified at the time of appointment (2) Must be a high school graduate or equivalent with proof attached. (3) Weight in proportion to height and body structure. (4) Must have a valid Operator’s License with proof attached. (5) Must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of Huron County or one of the abutting counties (Ashland, Crawford, Erie, Lorain, Richland, Sandusky, or Seneca) within six months of hire. (6) Military Service Credit must be verified by a copy of your DD214 with your application.
Summary of qualifications: (1) Must be O.P.O.T.A. certified at the time of appointment (2) Must have 6 years full-time service as a police officer or 4 years full-time service with the Willard Police Department. (3) Must be currently employed as a full-time police officer. (4) Must be a high school graduate or equivalent with proof attached. (5) Weight in proportion to height and body structure. (6) Must have a valid Operator’s License with proof attached. (7) Must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of Huron County or one of the adjacent counties (Ashland, Crawford, Erie, Lorain, Richland, Sandusky, or Seneca) within six months of hire. (8) Military Service Credit must be verified by a copy of your DD214 with your application (9) A minimum of ten certified credit hours in law enforcement
training completed through an accredited college or university.
Sergeant (if not currently on the department) and/or Officer applicants who pass the written exam will be invited back for physical agility test, and subject to an extensive background investigation, extensive medical, & drug screening and a polygraph examination, followed by interviews.
Starting salary for full-time Sergeant is $49,608-$53,664 DOQ (with the city paying additional 10% for retirement contribution)
Starting salary for a full‑time Police Officer is $44,304 DOQ (with the city paying additional 10% retirement contribution.)
The City of Willard is an EEO.