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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY REGULATORY & ECONOMIC RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

CODE COMPLIANCE AND TRAINING OFFICER, PLUMBING

SALARY RANGE:  ENTRY $68,871 – $112,874

Miami-Dade County, Florida is one of the largest governments in the southeast with $6.25B annual budget and 28,000 employees serving 2.5M residents. 

The Code Compliance and Training Officer position is a highly responsible supervisory level of work consisting of planning, organizing, guiding and assisting advanced technical and professional staff in the performance of their operational duties. Each Code Compliance and Training Officer is an experienced educator/instructor, mediator, and industry liaison. All Code Compliance and Training Officers are experts in the various building codes and code editions that have been used over the last two decades. Proficiency in, and the ability to correctly apply and enforce Florida Statutes 553, 489 and 468 is also essential.

The Code Compliance and Training Officer forms the regulatory link between Miami-Dade County, municipal building departments, all building department certified personnel, licensed contractors, various law enforcement entities and the manufacturing and construction industries, providing oversight in maximizing  the safety benefits in the built environment. The Code Compliance and Training Officer is the conduit for the dissemination of code information to the construction industry, Miami-Dade County, municipal building departments, design professionals, stakeholders and the general public. Additionally, the Code Compliance and Training Officer conducts field operations performing an important role in the oversight and quality control of inspections and plan reviews countywide.

The Code Compliance and Training Officer is responsible for: 1) providing technical and supervisory assistance to 36 municipal building departments in the application and enforcement of the building code and other applicable regulations; 2) providing administrative and technical support to the Board of Rules and Appeals, the Construction Trades Qualifying Board and the Unsafe Structures Board; 3) administering certification training programs for inspectors and plan examiners; 4) actively participate in the Florida Building Commission process, including service on Technical Advisory Committees code development workshops and ad hoc committees; 5) providing technical assistance to County, State and Federal law enforcement agencies in the investigations of violations of the Florida Building Code; 6) assisting with media inquiries and provide public information regarding building code related issues; 7) providing technical assistance to industry groups, attend meetings and ensure industry is kept abreast of building code developments.

Minimum Qualifications: 

High school diploma or GED. Five years’ experience inspecting plumbing construction or examining plans and a Florida or Miami-Dade County Plumbing Contractor's License or a Florida Professional Engineer's License obtained pursuant to examination in the mechanical discipline for a minimum of two years are required.   All applicants qualifying for employment will be subject to extensive background screening and will be required to inactivate their certification at their own expense upon employment.

Miami-Dade County offers great benefits including full medical, dental, and vision insurance; life and disability insurance; optional 457 pretax savings plan; optional flexible spending accounts; paid holidays, vacation and sick time; membership in the Florida Retirement System; professional development; and a tuition reimbursement program.

Applicants must apply online to Job Opening # 44810 by August 20, 2017 at www.miamidade.gov



MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

MIAMI-DADE COUNTY REGULATORY & ECONOMIC RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

CODE COMPLIANCE AND TRAINING OFFICER, MECHANICAL

SALARY RANGE:  $68,871 – $112,874

Miami-Dade County, Florida is one of the largest governments in the southeast with $6.25B annual budget and 28,000 employees serving 2.5M residents. 

The Code Compliance and Training Officer position is a highly responsible supervisory level of work consisting of planning, organizing, guiding and assisting advanced technical and professional staff in the performance of their operational duties. Each Code Compliance and Training Officer is an experienced educator/instructor, mediator, and industry liaison. All Code Compliance and Training Officers are experts in the various building codes and code editions that have been used over the last two decades. Proficiency in, and the ability to correctly apply and enforce Florida Statutes 553, 489 and 468 is also essential.

The Code Compliance and Training Officer forms the regulatory link between Miami-Dade County, municipal building departments, all building department certified personnel, licensed contractors, various law enforcement entities and the manufacturing and construction industries, providing oversight in maximizing  the safety benefits in the built environment. The Code Compliance and Training Officer is the conduit for the dissemination of code information to the construction industry, Miami-Dade County, municipal building departments, design professionals, stakeholders and the general public. Additionally, the Code Compliance and Training Officer conducts field operations performing an important role in the oversight and quality control of inspections and plan reviews countywide.

The Code Compliance and Training Officer is responsible for: 1) providing technical and supervisory assistance to 36 municipal building departments in the application and enforcement of the building code and other applicable regulations; 2) providing administrative and technical support to the Board of Rules and Appeals, the Construction Trades Qualifying Board and the Unsafe Structures Board; 3) administering certification training programs for inspectors and plan examiners; 4) actively participate in the Florida Building Commission process, including service on Technical Advisory Committees code development workshops and ad hoc committees; 5) providing technical assistance to County, State and Federal law enforcement agencies in the investigations of violations of the Florida Building Code; 6) assisting with media inquiries and provide public information regarding building code related issues; 7) providing technical assistance to industry groups, attend meetings and ensure industry is kept abreast of building code developments.

Minimum Qualifications: 

High school diploma or GED. Five years’ experience inspecting mechanical construction or examining plans and a Florida or Miami-Dade County Mechanical Contractor's License or a Florida Professional Engineer's License obtained pursuant to examination in the mechanical discipline for a minimum of two years are required.   All applicants qualifying for employment will be subject to extensive background screening and will be required to inactivate their certification at their own expense upon employment.

Miami-Dade County offers great benefits including full medical, dental, and vision insurance; life and disability insurance; optional 457 pretax savings plan; optional flexible spending accounts; paid holidays, vacation and sick time; membership in the Florida Retirement System; professional development; and a tuition reimbursement program.

Applicants must apply online to Job Opening # 44809 by August 19, 2017 at www.miamidade.gov



CITY OF CAPE CORAL

City of Cape Coral
Public Works – Transportation
  • Senior Engineer / Principal Engineer


DRMP

DRMP, Inc.
Build Your Future on Our Foundation of Excellence
 
DRMP, Inc. has opportunities for Project Manager’s in Land Development, Structures, Transportation Planning/PD&E, Traffic, Design and ITS Engineer.  Registered Florida PE required with 5-10 year experience. Working knowledge of MicroStation and/or AutoCAD Civil 3D needed.
 
Full-time, excellent benefits, salary based on qualifications; valid driver license required, EEO, Drug Free Workplace. For more information or to apply visit our web site at www.drmp.com


SEMINOLE COUNTY

Seminole County is recruiting for a Senior Engineer. For more information and to apply online visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seminolecountyfl/jobs/1665861/senior-engineer


FL PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER
 
The Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council is accepting applications to fill an unexpired term vacancy on the Florida Public Service Commission. This full-time position is appointed by the Governor with term expiring January 1, 2019, with official headquarters in Tallahassee and an annual salary presently at $131,036. Selection process for this vacancy will be held by the Florida Public Service Commission Nominating Council.  Senate confirmation of the Governor’s appointment is required.
 
Applicants must be competent and knowledgeable in one or more fields which include, but are not limited to: public affairs, law, economics, accounting, engineering, finance, natural resource conservation, energy, or another field substantially related to the duties and functions of the Commission. 
 
Persons interested in receiving a hard copy application packet should write or fax a written request to Mavis Knight, Office of Legislative Services - PSCNC, 874 Claude Pepper Building, 111 West Madison Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1400, FAX (850) 414-1909.  An electronic copy of the application packet can be obtained at <http://www.leg.state.fl.us/pscnc>   The completed application must be received in the Council’s office by 5:00 p.m. EST, Friday, July 28, 2017.  Late applications will not be considered.
 
If an accommodation is needed for a disability, please notify Mavis Knight at
(850) 717-0301.  If hearing or speech impaired, dial 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (Voice).


CITY OF FORT LAUDERDALE

URBAN ENGINEER/LAND DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

The City of Fort Lauderdale’s Department of Sustainable Development seeks a qualified Engineering Manager to lead a team of professional engineers accountable for the review, inspection and issuance of engineering permits associated with land development applications and work performed in city right-of-ways, including on-site and roadway geometry, grading, drainage, safe and adequate access, impacts of construction operations, dedication of right-of-ways, provision for easements, review and coordination of storm water, sanitary sewer and surface reconstruction design, as well as administration of franchise utility permits.

The successful candidate must have strong interpersonal and leadership skills, the ability to work independently under general direction and possess excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as exceptional time management abilities.

To apply, and for more information please use this hyperlink: Urban Engineer/Land Development Manager or visit our website: www.fortlauderdale.gov/currentjobs


FDEP

Statewide Stormwater Engineer - Professional Engineer I

The position works in the Engineering, Hydrology and Geology Program (EHG) of the Division of Water Resource Management for FDEP in Tallahassee. The EHG program provides professional services to the Division’s regulatory and resource management programs, including coordination with ERP, NPDES Stormwater, and Source & Drinking Water. The EHG program staff also provides professional services to the DEP Districts’ regulatory offices. A Florida registered engineer is required with at least 2 years’ experience in the field.

Salary Range: $43,507 - $56,147 commensurate with experience.

Contact Michael Bateman for more information at 850-245-7579 or michael.bateman@dep.state.fl.us

Alternatively, apply for Position Number 37001553 at People First at:  https://peoplefirst.myflorida.com/peoplefirst(bD1lbiZjPTIzMA==)/logon.htm



STANTEC

Stantec's Tampa office is looking for a Senior Civil Engineer/Project Manager with strong land development & general civil engineering experience to come join our dynamic team! Work on large scale & highly visible development projects as well as public sector facilities. Apply at link: http://bit.ly/2rixc8e


CITY OF CLEARWATER

Utility Engineering Manager
 
The City of Clearwater is seeking an experienced professional administrative and technical engineer to manage operations of the Utilities Division within the Engineering Department. More information can be found at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/clearwaterfl/default.cfm.


SARASOTA COUNTY GOVERNMENT

Sarasota County Government
Director, Public Works
 
This position provides leadership, management and supervision to all elements of Public Works including County Engineering and Transportation, Real Estate, Capital Projects and Facilities & Fleet Management.  Responsible for activities related to capital construction projects, maintenance of roadways, traffic signals, street lights and buildings, field services, road projects, real estate and transportation network planning. Provides communication and coordination between these services and the County Administrator, Assistant County Administrators, Board of County Commissioners and other directors and managers. May serve as County Engineer.
 
Salary: $109 - $137K


FL KEYS AQUADUCT AUTHORITY

UTILITY SYSTEMS ENGINEER
$81,834 - $110,049.
 
How would you like to live and work in the beautiful Florida Keys? One of the Keys premier employers is searching for the right professional with the perfect balance of Engineering and Operations knowledge and education in water & wastewater utility systems. This position would perform advanced level professional work involving a variety of engineering and management tasks related to the development, implementation, and operation of water and wastewater programs and procedures, as well as the design and development of FKAA water, wastewater, and reclaimed water improvements. We are looking for a well rounded Professional Engineer, who is detail oriented, yet sees and understands the “big picture”. Applicants who fit this description with the following qualifications should apply: Civil, Chemical or Environmental Engineering degree, Florida Professional Engineering license; supplemented by and a minimum of 10 years previous experience and/or training that include progressively more responsible positions in a water utility, governmental or related agency or firm with a minimum of five (5) years of significant supervisory responsibility. Benefit package is extremely competitive!
 
EEO, VPE, ADA