The Building Inspector's primary job purpose is to be responsible for conducting building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, energy, and zoning inspections of new construction and reconstruction projects, to ascertain compliance with the Johnson County Code of Regulations, project specifications, as well as the Johnson County Zoning Regulations, as directed by the Building Official. Come to work for Johnson County Government and you will find a workplace that will support your professional growth and provide collaborative and team oriented opportunities that will keep you challenged while helping our community. Johnson County also offers excellent health insurance, supplemental retirement plans, participation in Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS), and a variety of other benefits such as paid leave time for full time employees.
A high school diploma or equivalent and five years of experience in the construction field as a building inspector or construction inspector along with one year of experience in plan review or relevant experience is required.
Certification as a building inspector is also required and the successful candidates must have a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record.
Additional training or education in related areas is preferred, including an Associate's degree in Construction Science or Public Administration or a Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Science. ICC inspection or plan review certifications, including Master Code Professional and Certified Building Official are also preferred.
Experience may be substituted for education. Education may be substituted for experience.