- This is full performance field work inspecting personal care facilities such as rooming houses, boarding homes, shelters, institutional care facilities and other residential buildings for conformance with housing and fire codes and related ordinances to insure the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the facility. Employees may function as a lead worker for a group of lower level inspectors. Positions in the Office of Supportive Housing are responsible for conducting inspections of housing facilities to insure that the housing meets applicable government standards. This class is differentiated from the next lower level by the complexity of the buildings/structures and the uses of the facilities inspected. Significant aspects of the work are citing violations and explaining code and ordinance requirements, the nature of violations and requirements to achieve compliance to property owners, operators, landlords, tenants, and administrators of forums of original jurisdiction. Work is performed under the supervision of an inspection or housing supervisor.
(The following conditions must be met for a position to be allocated to this class.)
- Positions must perform full performance field work inspecting rooming houses, boarding homes, institutional care facilities, shelters and other residential buildings for conformance to codes and related ordinances.
- Positions must be located in the Department of Licenses and Inspections or Office of Supportive Housing.