There is an additional 3.35% Management Differential which is added to the posted salary for this class.
This class is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the operation of the Construction Management and Inspection Division. This division provides construction management and inspection services to public works projects and County-owned facilities.
Current registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California
Either: 1. Two years experience in a public sector Building Inspection Department performing the duties comparable to those of the Chief Building Official in Sacramento County.
Or: 2. Four years experience in Sacramento County as a Senior Engineer or higher.
Or: 3. Four years experience planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing the activities and staff of a major unit engaged in building inspection and/or construction management functions.
Filing Deadline: 5:00 PM on February 24, 2020
Please see job announcement for important testing information. This communication is a courtesy announcement only and is not meant to replace the full job announcement. Please view the official job announcement for all requirements and testing information. The full job announcement and online application is available for viewing on our website at www.saccountyjobs.net.
IMPORTANT REMINDER REGARDING PROVISIONAL APPOINTMENTS
· Provisional employees in this class should file for this examination.
· Individuals in provisional positions must be reachable on the eligible list to be considered for permanent appointment.
· If a provisional is not reachable, it is the appointing authority’s responsibility to take the appropriate action to terminate the appointment. Civil Service Rule 7.5 states, “Provisional appointments shall terminate within twenty (20) calendar days after the date on which the eligible list is established.”
About Sacramento County
Sacramento County covers 984 square miles and is home to the California state capital, 1.5 million residents and seven incorporated cities: Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, Isleton, Rancho Cordova, and Sacramento. The population of Sacramento County's unincorporated area is approximately 589,000.
Residents in Sacramento County have a variety of recreational options to choose from. The County is home to more than 15,000 acres of parks; fishing, boating, windsurfing, and rafting opportunities are available to water enthusiasts; and picnic sites, golfing, guided natural and historic tours are steps away from the multi-use trail. Opportunities for road and mountain biking are plentiful as well. With its close vicinity to local agriculture, County residents also have an extraordinary selection of local food, wines, and beers.
Sacramento County is one of the most affordable home-buying metropolitan areas in the state with a skilled workforce, high graduation rates, and college-educated residents. The County is a leader in the 21st-century economy with growing advanced manufacturing, agriculture and food, clean energy technology, information and communicat...ions technology and life sciences.
The County of Sacramento was incorporated in 1850 in response to the needs of a growing population and was one of the original 27 counties of California. In 1933, the Sacramento County Charter was established, along with the County Executive position.
The County is governed by five members of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, elected on a non-partisan basis to serve staggered four-year terms, each representing one of the five districts. The County Executive is responsible to the Board for planning, organizing and directing County activities. Other elected officials include the Assessor, District Attorney and the Sheriff. Sacramento County has more than 30 departments and offices that provide services to County residents.
The County is responsible, pursuant to the County Charter or ordinances, or by state or federal mandate, to provide health and welfare, criminal justice and municipal services (including law enforcement), as well as other services to County residents. Major services include the Airport System, Animal Care and Regulation, Clerk Recorder, Criminal Justice, Health and Welfare, Property Tax System, Regional Parks, Sheriff, Transportation, Waste Management and Recycling, Voter Registration and Water Resources.
The County’s total operating budget for 2019-20 is $4.4 billion, and there are more than 12,200 full-time employees.