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San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District
The San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District is seeking a highly motivated individual who desires to actively support our commitment to providing a high level of service to our community as a part of a dynamic and progressive fire district.
The ideal Permit Technician candidate will be a highly skilled individual who has experience working on both large industrial and commercial projects with varying building occupancies as well as more complex multi-family, multi-story residential and/or mixed-use projects. In addition, the successful candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication abilities, as well as the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other departments, outside agencies, consultants and applicants.
Examples of job duties include: conduct basic on-site inspections; perform a wide variety of technical and administrative tasks to support customer service duties at assigned public counter; respond to customer visits, phone calls and inquiries regarding permits, plans checks, field inspections, and all other Fire and Life Safety programs and services; accept and properly process plans, and applications for issuance of permits; input information into various electronic tracking and record keeping systems.
The District is committed to personal and professional growth and provides opportunities for you to stay current on training requirements, trends, and technology. In addition, the District offers competitive pay and benefits and a great work schedule.
This is not a designated "Safety" position for CCCERA retirement purposes.
APPLY BY: May 5, 2017, 5:00 pm. For detailed application instructions and position information, visit the District website at www.firedepartment.org/employment. All candidates must apply online through NEOGOV at www.GovernmentJobs.com.
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