Building and Environment Inspector Job Description Template

Business-in-a-Box's Building and Environment Inspector Job Description Template

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This building and environment inspector job description template template has 3 pages and is a MS Word file type listed under our human resources documents.

Sample of our building and environment inspector job description template:

Page 1 JOB DESCRIPTION BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT INSPECTOR Brief description The position of building and environment inspector consists of conducting inspections of buildings or land to verify compliance with various municipal laws and regulations related to construction and environment. Tasks • Assist the entire urban planning department on various issues in development and environment; • Compile and classify planning and environmental data; • Conduct the necessary inspections to ensure compliance of authorized work; • Determine violations and issuing required notices and violation tickets; • Inform residents about any matters relating to urban planning and environmental bylaws; • Manage and track urban planning and public works records; • Participate in technical committees; prepare reports and reviews; • Prepare criminal cases and represent the city in court when required; • Prepare on request, proposals for amendments

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