Regulatory and Economic Resources Division Chief 3 (Deputy Building Official) JO# 50527
Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources
This is advanced professional and administrative work in permitting and directing activities for the Construction, Permitting and Building Code Division of the Miami-Dade Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources. Responsibilities include serving as Deputy Building Official for Unincorporated Miami-Dade County and providing direction and guidance to subordinate supervisory staff on a variety of issues pertaining to the effective administration of the trade divisions and in the resolution of complex administrative problems. The individual should exercise considerable independent judgment in coordinating complex development projects for permitting, and guiding applicants through the regulation activities and other related division services. Supervision is exercised through subordinate Division Directors over professional, technical and clerical employees engaged in various phases of section and unit operations. General direction is received from the Assistant Director Building Official who holds the individual responsible for professional management of the activities and services, and achievement of desired goals and objectives.
The Construction, Permitting and Building Code Division is responsible for the timely issuance of building permits for construction in unincorporated Miami-Dade County; and the overseeing the timely issuance of municipal permits encompassing the fire, water and sewer, environmental and impact fees reviews - applicable throughout all incorporated areas of the County. The division is comprised of six sub-divisions: 1) Building, which is inclusive of Structural; 2) Mechanical and Plumbing; 2) Electrical; 4) Zoning, which is inclusive of Public Works and Impact Fees; 5) Environmental Resource Management; and 6) Information and Permit Support. The Division also responsible for the 40/50 year recertification of commercial buildings and coordinates the building enforcement activities with Code Compliance Division for work without a permit, expired permits, and unsafe structures.
Miami-Dade County, Florida is one of the largest governments in the southeast with $6.25B annual budget and 28,000 employees serving 2.5M residents.
Miami-Dade County offers excellent benefits that include full medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance; optional 457 pre-tax savings plan; optional flexible spending accounts; 14 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; contributory membership in the Florida Retirement System; professional development; and a tuition reimbursement program.
Resumes and other information submitted in response to this advertisement are public records pursuant to Chapter 119 Florida Statutes. Hiring decisions are contingent upon results of a background check and pre-employment physical including alcohol/drug testing.
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, Building Construction, or a related field. Must possess a State of Florida Professional Engineer license, a State of Florida Registered Architect license, or a General Contractor's license holding a Certificate of Competency issued by the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board or the Miami-Dade County Construction Trades Qualifying Board. Nine years of professional engineering or architectural experience in the construction industry to include five years of experience under the license are required. All applicants must be licensed as a Building Code Administrator or obtain a Building Code Administrator's license within 18 months of the hire date issued by the Florida Building Code Administration and Inspection Board as specified in Chapter 468, Florida Statutes and meet all eligibility requirements necessary for certification as a Building Official by the Miami-Dade County Board of Rules and Appeals as specified in Chapter 8 of the Code of Miami-Dade County. Certificate of Competency and State licenses must be in good standing with Miami-Dade County's Contracting Licensing and Enforcement Section, and/or the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation with no pending complaints. Applicants qualifying for employment with a General Contractor's License will be required to inactivate their certification at their own expense upon employment.
RA (Registered Architect) or PE (Professional Engineer) License is preferred.
Internal Number: JO 50527
About Miami-Dade County
Miami-Dade County encompasses more than 2,000 square miles (larger than the states of Rhode Island and Delaware). One-third of Miami-Dade County is located in Everglades National Park. Our community is located along the southeast tip of the Florida peninsula. It is bounded by Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Everglades National Park to the west, the Florida Keys to the south, and Broward County to the North.The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners is the governing body of unincorporated Miami-Dade County and has broad, regional powers to establish policies for Miami-Dade County services. The government provides major metropolitan services countywide and city-type services for residents of unincorporated areas.Miami-Dade has a Mayor with the power to veto Commission action items. In January 2007, the Mayor was given additional powers providing for the oversight of the day-to-day operations of Miami-Dade. The Mayor can only serve two terms of four years.Through ordinances and resolutions, the 13-member Commission sets policies and establishes laws for the community. Miami-Dade County is structured into 13 districts. The total population of the 34 municipalities i...n 2010 was approximately 1,393,480. The City of Miami is the largest municipality, followed by Hialeah, Miami Gardens, Miami Beach, North Miami and Coral Gables. With a population of more than one million, our unincorporated area, if declared a city, would form the largest in Florida and one of the largest in the nation.The areas of the County that do not fall within municipal boundaries comprise the unincorporated area of Miami-Dade. With a population exceeding one million people, the unincorporated area, if declared a city, would form the largest city in Florida and one of the largest in the nation.The estimated County population was 2,712,945 in 2016. The area has a fascinating history and discoveries have found ceremonial artifacts dating back 2,000 years near the Miami River.
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