Environmental Code Enforcement Officer
Makes a daily difference in the Campbell County organization and locality through: hard work, open and honest communication, ongoing improvement and accountability.
Performs with excellence, the following tasks, including but not limited to:
• Assist the Environmental Manager in the day to day operations of the Environmental Program;
• Enforces the provisions of the state’s Erosion and Sediment Control and Stormwater Programs and local ordinances;
• Comprehends, interprets, and enforces state and local erosion and sediment control, stormwater, biosolids, and other environmental ordinances;
• Independently inspects residential and commercial construction sites for code compliance and keeps records of all inspections;
• Independently inspects existing stormwater management facilities for compliance and keeps records of all inspections;
• Assists the public calling or visiting the office, provides permit application information and issues permits;
• Perform daily inspections and monitoring on active Bio-Solids sites, and keep records of inspections.
• Possesses the required knowledge, skills and abilities to operate computer systems;
• Prepares and presents cases in court for violation of applicable codes;
• Responsible for the maintenance, care and cleanliness of all vehicles assigned to you;
• Education: 2 years of college or graduation from a business college, plus additional college level course work in related programs;
• Experience: 1 year of experience in a related field
• Additional education and/or training may be substituted where applicable.
• Complete Department of Conservation and Recreation’s training and be certified as an Inspector, within one year after employment;
• Desired: Experience with Erosion and Sediment control practices.
• Desired: Related experience in site construction/inspections.
• Requires completion of National Incident Management System IS-700 and IS-100 within 90 days of employment.
• Possess valid Virginia’s driver license and be insurable under the County’s policy.
Core Skill Sets:
• Working knowledge of general site construction, development and basic engineering practices;
• Working knowledge of Erosion and Sediment Control practices;
• Ability to comprehend and interpret engineering plans and documents and recommend corrective measures for compliance;
• Ability to work with co-workers, related agencies and the public under stressful conditions;