Code Compliance Officer
Jackson, WY United States
How to Apply
Teton County in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming is seeking a Code Compliance Officer. If you love the outdoors, beautiful scenery, wildlife, hiking, skiing, fishing or hunting, and two National Parks (Grand Teton and Yellowstone) this may be the right place for you!
Under basic supervision, investigates complaints on violations of County zoning, land development, and building regulations for the Planning and Building Department; reviews building permit and development permit applications, and verifies compliance with Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations and County policies.
- Investigates alleged violations of County zoning, land development, building code regulations, and other County Resolutions, which includes site visits and meeting with property owners and neighbors.
- Prepares correspondence, and performs record-keeping functions related to alleged and confirmed violations.
- Develops and presents reports of alleged violations to the Director of Planning and Building (DPB), County Attorney and Board of County Commissioners as appropriate. Prepares case files and initiates abatement actions when necessary to assure compliance with regulations.
- Performs site inspections of new and existing developments to verify compliance with County regulations and development permit conditions of approval.
- Develops and presents prevention and education outreach programs.
- Performs final inspection of building permits to verify compliance.
- Reviews and processes general planning, building, and grading applications for compliance with County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations. As required, prepares staff reports recommending approval or denial to the Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners.
- Provides permit review and approval in support of other County Departments.
- Supports the relationship between the Teton County staff and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and County staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and County information; performs other duties as required or assigned.
Education and Experience:
Associate's Degree in Construction Technology, Planning, Law Enforcement, or related field; AND two years' experience in building inspection, code enforcement, or construction industry; OR equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.