To post a job on the BOABC website, there is a fee of $400.00 plus GST. This includes the job posting, as well as a mass email that is sent out to our members advising them of the new posting. You will need to send a PDF of the job posting to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Plan Reviewer independently performs work of considerable difficulty in reviewing and checking building plans to ensure compliance with technical standards and engineering design manuals, as well as building codes, bylaws and other related legislation pertaining to all types of commercial, industrial and residential structures.
The City of Campbell River is seeking a Building Inspector I to join our Community Planning and Development Services team. Reporting to the Development Engineering & Building Supervisor, and taking direction from the Chief Building Inspector, you will be responsible for the administration and enforcement of the City Building Bylaw and BC Building Code with a focus on residential construction.
The City of Terrace is currently looking for a qualified applicant to fill the position of Senior Building/Licence Official with the Development Services Department. Under the direction of the Director of Development Services, the successful candidate will oversee business licencing and enforce miscellaneous bylaws within the City of Terrace. This position also supervises and directs the Assistant Building/Licence Inspector(s) and clerical support staff. The successful candidate will possess exemplary communication skills as well as the skillset and vision to assist the community during this exciting period of economic growth and transition.
The Building and Plumbing Section of the Community Planning & Development Department is seeking an experienced Plumbing/Building Inspector. The successful candidate will have demonstrated knowledge of the BC Building Code, BC Plumbing Code, and municipal inspection and permitting processes.
Tsawwassen First Nation (TFN) is a self-governing First Nation that delivers a wide range of community services, including all of those typically delivered by municipalities. The Lands Department is responsible for the delivery of all planning, development, and engineering related services. The Community is in the midst of a significant development program, which includes the development of commercial, industrial, and residential properties. Along with the review and approval of the engineering infrastructure to support this development, the Lands Department is also responsible for assuming the ongoing maintenance and management of the infrastructure.