Salary: $47,902.40 – $54,184.00 Annually
Location: Mason County, WA
Job Type: Full-Time
Job Number: 202300041
Opening Date: 07/19/2023

Note:  Internal posting with General Services Teamsters is concurrent with the public. Therefore, if a qualified candidate from within the bargaining unit applies, that person could be selected for the position.

Responsible for accepting completed development applications from the public. Development applications include permits for: commercial and residential building, plan review, shoreline and critical areas, clearing and burning, environmental health, inspections, variances, plumbing, mechanical, remodel, addition, new construction, and/or other development code process. 

Examples of Duties
This position may include but not be limited to:

  • Providing various information and guidance to clients regarding planning and building regulations, and the application review process.
  • Conveying rules and regulations of the development review process to clients.
  • Reviewing applications for completeness and compliance.
  • Accepting permit applications, determining the type of application, accepting revisions, routing review material, and completing necessary documentation.
  • Coordinating permit intake process with other Community Services staff. 
  • Reviewing pre-submission permit applications for completeness and scheduling pre-application meetings.
  • Monitoring the progress of permit applications.
  • Ensuring all necessary approvals are obtained and that required documentation is complete with all regulations addressed prior to issuing permits. 
  • Being able to identify issues, research, correct problems, and perform follow-up as needed.
  • Utilize computerized data base for permit tracking.
  • Work with coworkers for improving and updating operational procedures as needed.
  • Performing special projects, participating in cross training, and on occasion assisting other functional areas throughout the department.
  • Insuring adequate recordkeeping, retention, and retrieval of documents. 

Minimum Qualifications
High school diploma or GED required. Minimum of two years experience in providing customer service in an administrative/office support position within a public environment. Highly desired training or experience in: Community development, code enforcement, environmental health, public service, communications, writing and computer applications, or technical certification in construction trade.
A valid Washington State Driver’s License and must obtain an International Code Council Permit Technician certification within six months of employment.

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