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Village of Dolton Employment Opportunity: Part Time Code Enforcement Officer


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In general, the Code Enforcement Officer must be knowledgeable and keep current on local ordinances, and will be required to enforce those ordinances as adopted. The Code Enforcement Officer may also make recommendations to the Village Administrator for amending ordinances if it is in the best interest of the municipality to do so, and be an integral part of establishing policies and procedures for code enforcement. The following are the key components of the job: 1. Investigate abandoned, dismantled and inoperable motor vehicles and properties. 2. Handle trash and miscellaneous junk, long grass and weeds, snow removal, and burning violations. 3. Coordinate with the Zoning Administrator on all zoning related matters, specifically those requiring a zoning compliance permit. 4. Coordinate with law enforcement and animal control on all related matters/complaints. 5. Work with the Building Official to address building code matters/violations along with health and safety issues such as hazardous, unsafe, or blighted buildings. 6. Handle compliance according to procedures outlined in the Code. 7. In person, and/or by mail, issue warnings of Code violations and Code violation citations. 8. Attend court proceedings only when deemed necessary. The above duties are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by the Code Enforcement Officer assigned to this position. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by the employee. Other related and/or similar duties may be assigned. To apply for this position send a cover letter, resume and 3-5 professional references with contact information to: Bthigpen@VODOLTON.ORG no later than May 21st 2014.

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