The function of the Department of Planning and Development is to promote and enhance the quality of life of residents, visitors, property owners and businesses of Gwinnett County. The department accomplishes its mission through programs and services that encourage high quality development as well as maintenance and revitalization of existing neighborhoods. The department consists of the Planning, Development, and Administration Divisions. For information about the Planning and Development Department, click here.
As a Code Enforcement Supervisor, you will supervise staff, respond to citizen questions and complaints, and be responsible for performing field investigations to determine compliance with codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations for quality-of-life issues. You will also be responsible for issuing notices and citations as applicable, preparing detail reports of findings, completing special projects, researching property information by reviewing plans, accessing databases, performing data entry of zoning and other property information, and preparing and presenting cases to the Environmental Division of Recorders Court.
- Supervising staff to include prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff are trained and follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe work environment; and making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations
- Assisting staff with interpreting and applying applicable codes, laws, rules, and regulations
- Meeting with business owners and citizens to explain codes and ordinances and gathering information to resolve complex questions and complaints
- Overseeing operations within the Code Enforcement Section to include assisting in developing and implementing policies and procedures, enforcing zoning and other regulations, and coordinating activities with other departments and agencies
- Developing reports detailing code enforcement activities, production, complaints, and investigation results
- Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
Public speaking duties include:
- Preparing and presenting cases in the Environmental Division of Recorders Court by testifying as to facts ascertained during investigations.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Four years of code enforcement experience
- or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
- Valid driver’s license
- GACE Level I Code Enforcement Officer certification or equivalent
- ICC Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector certification within one year of employment
- Security and Awareness Certification within six months of employment
Annual Salary: $56,617.00 - $65,817.00