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Under general supervision of the Building Official reviews development grading and drainage plans for compliance to applicable codes and ordinances, enters the reviews in to the computer system and tracks applicable corrections prior to permit being issued. Ability to review and understand a Geo-technical engineering report and recommendations for developments.

Ability to review and understand a Geo-technical engineering report and recommendations for developments.
Review plans submitted for code and ordinance compliance while working with the developers, contractors, and the general public to ensure the plans meet current Codes and Ordinance requirements.
Offers assistance during the plan review process to help the applicant, engineer or contractor understand the applicable code and Ordinance requirements
Coordinates with other agencies, planners, plans examiners, and engineers to ensure compliance.
Performs site development inspections which may include erosion control, cut and fill slopes, compaction of fill, and mass grading of site.
Participates in pre-meetings to inform applicants of current grading requirements.
Calculates performance bond amounts for scope of work according to approved plans.
Reviews erosion control plans for site development projects located within Greater Salt Lake Municipal Services District
Coordinates with the State of Utah, Salt Lake County Health Department, and other agencies on matters as need for compliance
Reviews plans and SWPPP’s for compliance to the Utah Pollution Discharge Elevation Systems (UPDES), National Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES), and Storm water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) during field inspections of sites.
Reviews and approves engineering road construction plans to current American Public Works Association APWA and American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (ASHTO) standards and design requirements.
Completes reviews on plans and issues permits for land development.

Performs other functions as necessary or as assigned.

Hire, train, and supervise. Provide performance reviews.

Interacts daily and coordinates with District personnel to discuss everyday operating situations.
Frequently collaborate and work closely with external agencies, service providers, and technology resource providers
Interacts with customers to communicate and respond to their utility service concerns

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering or other closely related field, plus two (2) years of closely related experience; OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience.
Possession of an ICC Building Code Certification at the time of hire (preferred), or able to obtain ICC Cert with in one year of employment
A valid Driver’s License issued by the State of Utah may be required to operate a vehicle.
Principles, practices, methods, and techniques of civil engineering
Research and writing techniques
International Building Code and related requirements
Site planning and development
Storm Water Pollution and Prevention Planning (SWPPP)
Utah Pollution Discharge Elevation Systems (UPDES)
National Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES)
American Public Works Association (APWA) standards
American Standard Safety Traffic Highway Officials (ASSHTO)
American Standard Testing Materials (ASTM)
Modern office software and equipment
Effectively use tools, equipment, computers, and computer software related to job-specific duties
Perform effectively in highly stressful situations
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
Interpret and apply codes
Resolve conflicts and solve problems
Maintain records and reports

Exposed to the hazards associated with construction sites, ability to walk on uneven surfaces, including soils, asphalt and Concrete surfaces, maybe required to go up and down steep slopes to complete inspections, ability to work outdoors and in different weather conditions. Ability to walk distances to complete inspections.
Intermittent exposure to stress as a result of human behavior. Required to feel attributes of objects, sit for long periods of time, talk, hear, grasp, push, stand, walk, drive, reach with hands/arms, stoop, kneel, and use repetitive wrist, hand and/or finger movement. Must be able to lift up to 20 lbs. Specific vision abilities include: clarity of vision at 20 feet or more and 20 inches or less; three-dimensional vision or the ability to judge distance and space relationships; ability to identify and distinguish colors, adjust the eye to bring an object into focus and to see up and down or to the right or left while fixed on a point. Travel to attend conferences, training, outreach and other events occurs weekly.