City of Worcester
The city of Worcester seeks a full-time local Building Inspector to assist a dynamic and energetic Inspectional Services team. Responsible for enforcement of Massachusetts building codes and city zoning ordinances, examining building plans to ensure compliance with state building code (780CMR) and requirements of State Architectural Access Board (521CMR), zoning, and other related laws, regulations, and standards. Requires knowledge of requirements for building construction, fire prevention, ventilation, and safe egress; ability to enforce and interpret regulations firmly, tactfully and impartially.
Salary $50,968-65,264 Deadline; June 23, 2017 first consideration Posted; June 8, 2017
Town of Walpole
The Town of Walpole is seeking qualified applicants for Deputy Building Inspector position. Administrative/supervisory/technical work in connection with interpretation/enforcement of Massachusetts State Building Code, General Laws, Code of Regulations, Architectural Access Board, Specialized Codes/Reference Standards, Walpole Zoning By-laws or any related work as required. Five years experience in supervision of building construction/design or two year associate degree in a field related to building construction/design or any combination of education/experience. Ability to enforce/interpret regulations firmly, tactfully, and impartially.
Salary $27.61 per hour Deadline; June 21, 2017 first consideration Posted; June 7, 2017
Town of Lunenburg
The Town of Lunenburg is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Local Building Inspector. This position enforces the provisions of 780 CMR-Massachusetts State Building Code, the provisions of MGL Ch 40A and Ch 40B, Town of Lunenburg bylaws, and zoning bylaws, and all applicable federal, state and local rules and regulations. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in the general administration of the Building Department; maintaining proper records of all inspections and daily reports. Considerable knowledge of state and local zoning laws, state building codes, National Fire Prevention Association regulations. Ability to read, understand, interpret and suggest modifications to technical documents. Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Ability to make on-site inspections and make judgments concerning compliance.
Salary $20.90 to $25.20 Deadline; June 30, 2017 Posted; May 30, 2017
City of Newton
City of Newton seeks Local Inspector, responsible for conducting building, zoning, and enforcement reviews in connection with all applications for building permits, special permits, site plan reviews and comprehensive permits. Additionally, responsible for investigating and following up in writing on all building and zoning complaints that may be filed for either a current development project or any perceived building, zoning code enforcement actions taken by the city of Newton.
Salary $67,394 to $69,416 Deadline; Not listed Posted; May 17, 2017
Town of Orange
The Town of Orange seeks a Building Commissioner to lead its inspection team. This position is responsible for enforcement of Massachusetts building codes and town of Orange zoning ordinances, examining building plans to ensure compliance with the State building code (780CMR) and requirements of the State Architectural Access Board (521CMR), zoning, and other related laws, regulations, and standards. Requires knowledge of accepted requirements for building construction, fire prevention, ventilation, and safe egress; ability to enforce and interpret regulations firmly, tactfully and impartially.
Salary FY 17 budget 58,735 Deadline; Preference May 19, 2017, Until filled Posted; April 28, 2017
Town of Oaks Bluff
The Town of Oak Bluffs is seeking a full-time Inspector of Buildings/Zoning Enforcement Officer. Duties include administrative and inspection work related to reviewing building applications and plans, and the enforcement and interpretation of the State Building Code, the local zoning bylaw and other applicable regulations. Minimum of five years’ experience in supervision of building construction, Massachusetts Building Supervisor’s License, certification as a local building inspector, supervisory skills and use of computer office applications. Ability to obtain state certification as Building Commissioner required within 12 months of appointment.
Salary $65,709 to 80,805 Deadline; until filled Posted; April 24, 2017