SAFEbuilt has several openings. Please click on the links below to find out the qualifications of each position.
The Village of Shorewood is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or agencies (hereinafter referred to as the “Contractor”) to assist its in-house staff with a full-range of building inspection services, including commercial electrical inspections. It is expected that the Village will continue to process all applications and questions, and schedule meetings, reviews or inspections with the Contractor, who would then work directly with the applicant through task finalization, while communicating progress with the Village’s inspectors. Dependent upon demand and staff availabilities, up to 20 hours a week of work could be expected.
Due to department restructuring, the City of Franklin is currently looking to fill a newly created position in its Inspection Services Department.
Job Duties: Provides skilled residential and non-construction related commercial building inspections, assists in permit intake and review, issues permits and manages complaints to assure compliance with City/State/Federal codes and ordinances. A full job description can be viewed here.
Requirements: DSPS inspector certifications in Uniform Dwelling Code Construction and HVAC are required within 6 months of employment. A valid driver’s license is required. Education and experience requirements can be viewed on the job description.
Salary: Salary range of $52,667 to $68,469/year (2019 rates).
Benefits Include: Wisconsin Retirement System Pension; options of a Traditional PPO or a High-Deductible Health Plan; Paid Vacations, Holidays, and Sick Days; Clothing Allowance; Life Insurance; Dental Insurance.
Apply: Applicants interested in this position may apply by completing an online employment application here. Applications must be received by 9 a.m. on Wednesday, December 12, 2018.
The Code Enforcement Officer provides specialized inspection and investigative services relating to comprehensive enforcement of the City of Wauwatosa Municipal Code (WMC) with specific emphasis on the city building, property maintenance and zoning ordinances.
The starting pay for this position is $26.40 to $30.16/hour, depending on experience and qualifications. Further increases to the top of the range, $36.20, will be based on performance. Please submit applications by December 12, 2018 – 4:30pm.