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The Plan Checker 1 will be skilled in reading and interpreting building construction plans and drawings; as well as, have relevant knowledge of bylaws, regulations, codes, policies, procedures and standards.
Under the direction of the Director of Development Services, the successful candidate will be currently certified as a Level III Building Inspector with the Building Officials Association of BC (BOABC). The successful candidate will demonstrate sound knowledge of the Building Act, BC Building Code, Local Government Act, Community Charter, applicable fire regulations, public health requirements, and municipal bylaws and regulations.
The Supervisor – Building Inspections plans, assigns, supervises and checks the work of one or more employees engaged in the enforcement of various City by-laws and coordination of prosecutions resulting from violation of zoning, building and related by-laws.
The department is recruiting for auxiliary staff at the Building Inspector 1, Building Inspector 2 and Building Inspector 3 levels to perform building inspectional and regulatory work to ensure compliance with the Building, Zoning and Sign by-laws and BC Building Code.
The qualified candidate will require a thorough understanding of the BC Building Regulations, the ability to read and interpret building plans, and an understanding of the Local Government Act and Community Charter. The minimum qualification requirement for this position is Level I BOABC Certification.
The successful incumbent will oversee the administration and enforcement of applicable City, Provincial, and Federal, By-Laws, Acts, Guidelines and Legislation. In addition, the Fire Protection Engineer will assist, and support the Fire Chief, Deputy Chiefs and the Assistant Deputy Fire Chiefs in planning and directing the activities of the Public Safety & Education of the Prevention Division.
This regular full-time position involves technical and clerical work in examining and checking plans and permit applications relating to single family and small multi-family dwellings and small commercial and industrial buildings for compliance with the B.C. Building Code and applicable bylaws.
We are currently looking for a Junior Technologist to review and prepare Building Code compliance and alternative solution reports. The successful individual will work with engineers and architects to develop alternative solutions which may involve analysis, fire modeling, or field testing, as well as perform drawing reviews, existing building reviews, and field reviews.
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Building Approvals, the Manager, Inspections leads, manages, plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates the activities of professional staff involved in building, plumbing, and gas inspections.
As the Building Manager, some of your responsibilities will be to maintain common and public areas of buildings, respond to tenant inquiries, complaints and emergencies, and generate work orders for maintenance staff.