• Full Time
  • Marysville, CA
  • $5,213.00-$7,416.00 / Monthly USD / Year

Website Yuba County-CDSA

Up to $5,000 signing bonus after 6 months successful performance**
40 hours sick leave upon hire
40 hours vacation upon hire
Relocation Assistance may be available
About the Position:

Yuba County is currently accepting applications for the position of Building Inspector II/III. Currently we are hiring to fill at a Building Inspector III level within the Building Department and establish an eligibility list for the level II position.

The Building Inspector II position is flexibly staffed and is normally filled by advancement from the entry level Building Inspector I.  Incumbents which meet the minimum qualifications and demonstrate the ability to perform the responsibilities required at the higher performance level are promoted to the level II position.

Building Inspector III is a stand alone position which performs complex, difficult and/or lead inspections and provides direction and technical expertise to staff.


Building Inspector II: Under limited supervision, this is the working level in this class series, fully qualified to independently perform diverse inspections. This is the journey level in the building inspection series

Building Inspector III: This position reports directly to the Supervising Building Official. Acts as a lead inspector providing direction and technical expertise to staff and performs related work as assigned. This is the advanced journey level in the building inspection series

Building Inspector II:

Perform inspections, investigation, code interpretations, permit application intake, review and permit issuance, including record keeping and case management.  Also learn and apply zoning, land use, fire-safe and water quality related regulations.
Inspect new and existing properties, and other building and construction elements for conformance to codes, regulations, plans, specifications and standards related for foundations, framing, electrical, plumbing and other structural and functional elements.
Confer with and provide information to developers, engineers, architects, property owners and others regarding code requirements and alternative and County policies and procedures whenever possible, resolve complaints and problems, maintain close verbal and written contact regarding progress with the complainants.
Lead inspections for non-residential commercial and industrial projects, new and existing.
Perform above duties with limited supervision.
Provide information to senior staff to prepare case violations for hearing; testify in court as required.
Building Inspector III (In addition to the above):

Provide lead direction, training and work review to professional and technical staff; organize and assign work accordingly, set priorities and follow-up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work; provide input into performance evaluation.
Perform complex and difficult in nature assignments; respond to highly sensitive, complete or technical complaints; validate the nature of the complaint and recommend solutions.
Independently perform the full range of the Building Inspector I/II duties.
Implement new or modified policies and procedures and train/develop other staff as required.
Make presentations to groups and coordinate public meetings.
**Signing Bonus Qualification Criteria:

First Installment of $2,500, the candidate must apply, qualify for and be hired (e.g. first time appointment) by CDSA.
Second Installment of $2,500, the recently hired employee must successfully complete six months of County service (achieving a “meets standards” or above on the six-month performance evaluation).

To apply for this job please visit www.calopps.org.