POSITION: PROPERTY MAINTENANCE INSPECTOR (2)
LOCATION: MUNICIPALITY OF NORRISTOWN
HOURLY WAGE: $21.6591 – Property Maintenance Inspector Certification.
If hired without certification, certification must be obtained within one (1) year of hire. Salary will be phased in over one year: 2/3 of base rate at hire, 100% after six months provided the certification obtained.
HOURS: MONDAY TO FRIDAY – 8:30am – 4:30pm (nights and weekends on an as needed basis.)
EMPLOYMENT: FULL-TIME - AFSCME
APPLY TO: HUMAN RESOURCES – HR@norristown.org
235 East Airy Street, Norristown, PA 19401
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License. High school diploma or equivalent required; ICC Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector certification required within one year of employment. Ability to understand and carry out written and/or oral instructions. Ability to work with the public efficiently, properly and pleasantly under all circumstances. Must be able to work with residents/homeowners; interpreting pertinent sections of codes firmly, tactfully and impartially.
GENERAL DEFINITION: This position involves enforcing Municipal codes and ordinances. The employee makes periodic investigations of buildings and property in the Municipality, enforcing the requirements of the Property Maintenance Code of the Municipality of Norristown and investigates, upon request of Municipal officials and the general public, any complaint related to Municipal Codes. It involves both clerical work and field inspections. Field inspections of housing & environmental health, building, fire, electrical and other code and ordinance enforcement as defined in the applicable Property Maintenance Code and the Municipal Ordinances. Other duties include answering all complaints on violations, attempting to successfully resolve all complaints, filing citations and prosecuting offenders in district court and all other work as required by the supervisor.
EOE/ADA - In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Municipality of Norristown will make reasonable ac-commodations during any and all phases of the selection process for individuals with a disability.