Supervisor, Code Compliance

Supervise and direct a team of Code Compliance officers who are responsible for inspection of residential and nonresidential property and enforcing compliance with Municipal Codes and ordinances related to zoning, public nuisances, property maintenance (including rental licensing), food service establishments, pools and spas, and public health and environment. Develop and coordinate education programs for the public and training programs for staff regarding code enforcement policies and procedures. Investigate and secure code compliance requirements for cases with special circumstances. Routinely interact with members of the public, and city officials including Governing Body members. Oversee enforcement actions which may require a coordinated effort with other city departments, (i.e. City Manager’s Office, Law, Prosecutor’s Office, Courts, Police, Fire, Park Services, and Public Works). Provide professional assistance to the Manager of Community Services as needed, including policy and procedure development, assessment of operations, and other duties as directed. May serve as Acting Manager, Community Services in his/her absence.


      ❖ Salary Range:  $63,540.29 $79,425.36

       Normal Work Schedule: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Mon-Fri.

     ❖ Full-time Benefits (Healthcare / Retirement / Pension)

     ❖ No City residency requirement


  • Bachelor’s degree in planning, management, health, environmental science or a related field of study, or an equivalent combination of formal education and work experience.
  • Must have and maintain certifications by the International Code Council for Zoning and Property Maintenance/Housing or be able to obtain certification within twelve months of employment.
  • Must possess the ServSafe Certification for safe food handling or be able to obtain such certifications within 12 months of employment.
  • Registered Food Safety Professional, Environmental Health Technician, or Registered Environmental Health Specialist preferred.
  • Possession of an appropriate valid driver's license and must maintain an insurable driving record.
  • Six years of job related experience in code enforcement.
  • Two years of supervisory experience or supervisory leadership training is preferred.


    ❖ Must possess a valid driver's license and maintain an insurable driving record.

        ❖ Must successfully pass a thorough background check, drug screen, physical exam and essential functions test.


         To apply, please go to

         Questions? Please call (913) 895-6116

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