Neighborhood Preservation Supervisor
Apply by 3pm, Friday, 3/20/20
The Neighborhood Preservation Supervisor performs a variety of supervisory, administrative and technical work in activities in code enforcement and neighborhood preservation programs; develops and implements
department policies, programs and procedures; ensures safe work practices, work quality and accuracy; reads and interprets complex codes,
laws, and ordinances; performs other related duties as required.
Experience/Education: 5 years increasingly responsible work in municipal
code compliance or neighborhood revitalization activities and a High
School Diploma or equivalent; OR 2 years increasingly responsible experience in municipal code compliance or neighborhood revitalization activities and a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with
a major in planning, urban studies, political science, police sciences, public administration, or a closely related field.
Licenses: Valid Class C California Drivers License. Completion of PC 832
Laws of arrest course. Certified Basic and Advanced Code Enforcement
Certificates from the Sacramento Training Center. Completion of some
coursework in mediation, arbitration and administrative law.
Only those applicants who meet the qualification standards of this position
by the application filing deadline will be allowed to participate in the examination process. Examination scores determine standing on Civil Service
eligibility lists. The City Manager, upon recommendation of the department head, will make the final selection and appointment from the established eligibility list.
The examination process may consist of the following parts: Application
Package Review: Qualifying Only; Oral Exam; 100% Weight Value. Candidates must earn a score of 70% or higher to be considered for the eligibility list.
Applicants who require special examination accommodations due to a
disability should contact the Human Resources Department five (5) business days prior to any scheduled examination at (559) 661-5401.
Applicants may be eligible for Veteran’s Preference Points (5 points) and
should attach a DD214 to their employment application for consideration
of this preference