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City of Oceanside
Code Enforcement Manager
$6,516 - $8,734 monthly
Plus an Excellent Benefits Package
The City of Oceanside is accepting applications for current and future vacancies for the position of Code Enforcement Manager. There is currently one vacancy in the Housing and Neighborhood Services Department.
The Code Enforcement Manager plans, directs, coordinates and reviews the work plan for compliance staff; assigns work activities, projects and programs; reviews and evaluate work products, methods and procedures; meets with staff to identify and resolve problems; reviews and evaluates the work of subordinates engaged in code enforcement and business license duties; oversees and provides direction in the management and enforcement of all code enforcement programs.
Applicants must possess five years of increasingly responsible municipal code enforcement experience including two years of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Public sector experience is highly desirable and a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration, Urban Planning or a related field.
In addition - possession of the following:
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid, California driver's license.
Possession of a California PC 832 certificate.
Application Deadline: 12/1/17. Please apply online at www.ci.oceanside.ca.us
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