Under the direction of the Codes and Standards Administrator I (CSA I), and guidance and assistance from a lead District Representative II (DR II), the incumbent is responsible for scheduling and conducting inspections relating to the enforcement of the California Health and Safety Codes and state and federal regulations within an assigned geographical area and writing reports related to inspections.
Knowledge in mobilehome industry
Experience as an installer or alteration/repair contractor
Experience with general construction
Experience with construction code enforcement or inspections
Experience with CA building standards code or HCD regulations
Experience with uniform model codes
Experience writing reports
Experience using various Microsoft program to conduct business
Willingness to travel through the state during emergencies
Most possess and maintain a valid California Driver’s License
Must be able to climb roofs, crawls on hands and knees under homes, climb ladders, bend, stoop, and walk and drive for extended periods of time.
On a regular basis, conduct mobile home inspections on installations on mobile homes, commercial modular homes, and special purpose commercial modular homes for issuance of a California Insignia or to approve alterations made to the units; conduct mobile home park maintenance inspections and respond to questions from the general public and/or mobilehome park owners/managers resulting from inspections; conduct "under construction" inspections and provide technical service in accordance with the Mobilehome and Special Occupancy Parks Acts; conduct complaint investigations in accordance with the Mobilehome and Special Occupancy Parks Acts, the Mobilehome/Manufactured Housing Act of 1980, and the Employee Housing Act; and perform inspections on employee housing facilities for maintenance, use, occupancy, and survey for illegal employee housing activities. Conduct follow-up inspections as needed. The incumbent must provide timely response to public requests for assistance and present himself/herself in a professional manner in both appearance and conduct as a representative of the Department. All inspections require the incumbent to sit and drive for extended period of time to inspection sites throughout the State, and require the incumbent the have the physical ability to do extensive lifting, kneeling, climbing, balancing, bending, crawling and carrying required materials in order to complete an inspection at all inspection sites.
Maintain and update daily records of inspections, along with other supporting documentation related to inspections; completes daily, weekly, and monthly travel logs and receipts; retains all electronic files of all inspection activities and complaint investigations. Access, review, and respond to all email communications for new assignments on a daily basis. Prepare time and activity reports on a regular basis. The incumbent must maintain, update and keep accessible at all times proper files, control logs, statutes, regulations, codes, information bulletins, staff memos, auto logs, field operations manuals, etc.; and maintain a proper supply of forms and handout material, including State business cards.
Testify in court or in administrative hearings on behalf of the Department regarding evidence gathered in the course of an inspection and investigation, as necessary; assist the Legal Affairs Division as needed to prepare for hearings.
Advise and confer with industry and local officials on the application and interpretation of State laws and regulations. Conduct monitoring duties of third party design approval and quality assurance agencies. Other duties as assigned.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $5,886.00 - $7,303.00 per month
Paid time off
8 hour shift
Work Location: One location
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