To be considered for the job you MUST fill out a City of Parker application which you can get by clicking the link below. Applications can be emailed to email@example.com (for fastest processing), or returned in person or by
mail, to Parker City Hall, located at 1001 W. Park Street, Parker, FL 32404
JOB DESCRIPTION: CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
The City of Parker Code Enforcement Officer is hired
by the City Clerk. The Code Enforcement Officer Reports to the City Clerk and
Mayor. The Code Enforcement Officer is an important position and is entrusted
with numerous duties dictated by State law and local ordinance. The Code
Enforcement Officer is dedicated to serving the community in a professional,
ethical, impartial, and equitable manner with integrity and professionalism.
The Code Enforcement Officer performs
numerous job functions including, but not limited to enforcement of the City of
Parker Code and Ordinances, the Land Development Regulations (LDR), and the
Florida Statutes. The job requires administrative functions
and field work.
The City Clerk supervises the Code Enforcement Officer.
DUTIES AND RESPONSBILITIES
• Receives and investigates complaints of
possible code violations.
• Works with property owners to educate and bring properties into compliance with City Codes and Land Development Regulations.
• Maintains accurate records of all Code Enforcement cases.
• Types correspondences, reports, and other written
• Addresses envelopes or prepares envelope labels.
• Files and stores completed documents on
computer hard drive or disk and
maintains a computer filling system.
• Operates spreadsheet programs and other
types of software to load and manipulate data and produce reports.
• Provides administrative assistance to the Mayor.
• Follows state public records request policy and
all requests accordingly in a timely manner.
• Records information such as code complaints, code violations,
liens, and actions taken.
• Attends meetings.
• Attends Council Meetings when requested.
Monitors the Code Enforcement City Budget.
• Works with the City Attorney for any legal matters.
• Initiates and prepares for hearings before Special Magistrate.
• Provides information to City Clerk for Council
Meetings as needed.
• Operates office equipment such as computers, copier, etc.
• Maintains a customer service approach, with ability to
solve problems quickly and effectively.
KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
Thorough knowledge of ordinances, Land
Development Regulations (LDR), policies, and procedures of the City.
Considerable knowledge of the organization,
function and activities of a municipal government and overall governmental
administration. Knowledge of office methods, procedures, and equipment. Ability
to plan and supervise the work of clerical subordinates. Ability to establish
and maintain effective relationships with city
officials, employees, and the public.
• Professional, patient telephone manner.
• Strong oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to establish and maintain a
working relationship with co- workers.
• Knowledge of and experience with Windows
and MS Word. Excel, Power Point and
other software programs.
• Ability to enter data accurately and completely.
• Ability to follow established protocols and procedures.
• Ability to solve work related problems as they arise.
• Effective prioritizing of tasks with competing demands.
• Knowledge of record keeping such as logs, files, etc.
• Knowledge of general office practices.
• Ability to understand and carry out instructions.
• Ability to operate standard office
equipment such as calculators, adding
machines, copy machines, etc.
• Ability to alphabetize, numerically rank,
sort, and batch documents.
• Knowledge of structure and content of the English language, including meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
• Ability to remain calm under pressure.
• Knowledge of laws, legal codes, and civil court procedures.
• The ability to communicate information
and ideas in speaking and writing so others will understand.
• Ability to provide information to
supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, email
or in person.
• Able to provide day-to-day administrative task and assignments.
Must possess a valid Florida Operator's Driver License, and must pass the required background check and drug examination. Must possess a Florida Association of Code Enforcement Certification Level 1 or an Associate Degree in a government related occupation. A comparable amount of training or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.