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Engineering and Code Enforcement Intern

This position is responsible for completing engineering tasks and enforcing the city's codes and policies.
Primary Responsibilities:
Assists engineering staff with inspection and data inventory in developing the city's asset systems.
Assists in developing maps and figures to aid in analysis of city assets.
Observe, inspect, and document violations of city codes and policies including the enforcement of summer water restrictions.
Responds as necessary and appropriately to citizen complaints related to city codes and policies violations.
Prepares and delivers correspondence relating to code enforcement actions; and maintains records and logs regarding enforcement activities.
Researches code or policy updates as assigned and assists in developing impacts of those updates.
Assists in developing educational messaging and materials related to city codes and policies.
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
Requirements:
Completed or currently enrolled in an engineering or other related post-secondary education program; customer service experience; experience in some aspects of GIS and GPS mapping; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the duties listed above.
Licensing Requirement:
Valid and unrestricted Driver's License
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must be self-confident, courteous, reliable, dependable and have a positive attitude
Willing to take initiative
Must have good problem solving and decision making skills
Ability to quickly learn, interpret and apply city codes and zoning ordinances.
Excellent customer service skills including the ability to maintain composure under pressure
Have tact and diplomacy when providing feedback to residents and staff
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to develop positive working relationships and maintain a respectful work environment
Ability to handle stress and/or stressful situations
Salary Range: $13.71 - 15.10 per hour



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