Building Inspector

The Village of Dolton is currently hiring for a Building Inspector.  The position description and like detail is attached, please review the description, duties, and feel free to apply online by visiting our website and selecting the “Documents and Form” link and printing out and application. Please be sure that all applications are legible and completed in their entirety. Application will be reviewed and considered for positions in which their skill level meets our request posted position description. If you are selected for consideration you will be contacted within 7-10 business days after your application has been submitted to the Director of Human Resources at the Village Hall, if your skill set is not a match for our current openings, be assured that your application will remain on file and in consideration for a minimum of 90 days.

 

Job Description/Duties/KSA’s

 

The successful candidate will be responsible for performing daily inspections, reviewing plans to determine the project scope and compliance with adopted codes and standards and supports the Village of Dolton by establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships.

 

In addition the following Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities are required:

 

 

  • Inspects existing buildings and premises for change of use, occupancy or compliance with applicable codes and ordinances.
  • Determines if the structure meets approved permit, plans, specifications and applicable codes
  • Requires corrections to be made with deficiencies are discovered
  • Assists builders, owners, engineers and architects in determining how corrections may be made to achieve code compliance
  • Investigates alleged violations of building and zoning ordinances
  • Works with the public to ensure structures are safe and ready for occupancy
  • Inspects construction projects for compliance with village codes, design guidelines, planning, and zoning requirements
  • Participates in professional/public meetings and training
  • Maintains confidentiality of work related issues and village information
  • Support office staff and provides counter services
  • Responds to questions and returns phone calls and emails
  • Inputs correction notices and case-related comments into an automated data base
  • Files and/or scans documents following field inspections
  • Responds to inquiries from the public and contractors regrading codes and other issues with projects, both over the phone and at the public counter
  • Work cooperatively with residents, vendors, contractors, external and internal customers

 

 

The Village of Dolton, IL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, genetic information, veteran status or disability in employment or the provision of services.

Applications for this position will be accepted beginning October 23, 2017 with the close date being 12am Midnight on February 1, 2018. Please submit all completed applications and resumes electronically to Ms. Angela Blacher Director of Human Resource at ablacher@vodolton.org or you may drop them off at the Village Hall located at 14122 Chicago Road, Dolton IL 60419 between the hours of 9am until close of 5pm.

ASE Certified Heavy Equipment Mechanic

The Village of Dolton is currently hiring for an ASE Certified Heavy Equipment Mechanic.  The position description and like details are attached, please review the description, duties, and feel free to apply online by visiting our website, selecting the “Documents and Form” link, and printing out an application. Please be sure that all applications are legible and completed in their entirety. Application will be reviewed and considered for positions in which their skill level meets our requested posted position description. If you are selected for consideration you will be contacted within 7-10 business days after your application has been submitted to the Director of Human Resources at the Village Hall, if your skill set is not a match for our current openings, be assured that your application will remain on file and in consideration for a minimum of 90 days.

Job Description/Duties/KSA’s

Under direct supervision of the Public Works Superintendent, this position supports department efforts towards providing Village services through repair and maintenance of the Vehicles fleet and equipment. This includes servicing vehicles and equipment; performing skilled and complex mechanical maintenance and repair work on gasoline, diesel and other motorized equipment; participating in a preventative maintenance program; performing other duties as required or assigned

The successful candidate will be responsible for:

Diagnosing, repairing, inspecting, and performing preventive maintenance on vehicles and Village owned equipment such as autos, trucks, tractors, backhoes, mowers, weed eaters, saws, and other standard and specialized equipment. Welding, replacing/repairing parts, repairing electrical, diesel and hydraulic systems, performing tune ups, overhauls and/or maintains components of engines, drive lines, transmissions, brake systems, clutches and steering assemblies, wheel bearings, oil seals, shock absorbers, emission systems, exhaust systems, generators, distributors, lights and switches, conducting vehicle and equipment safety inspections, general troubleshooting, preparing and maintaining vehicle reports, maintenance logs, and repair orders.

 

Requirements, Licenses, and Certificate

 A minimum of five (5) years mechanical experience is required.

Must possess a minimum of a Class B Commercial Driver’s License

Working knowledge of safety practices and procedures in mechanics

Knowledge of GMC, FORD, CHEVY and John Deere preferred.

 

In addition the following Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities are required:

 

 

  • Ability to work independently within established time and budget constraints;

 

  • Ability to follow established and/or recommended safety precautions, policies or procedures;
  • Ability to organize and prioritize, and work independently, under time constraints and deadlines;

 

  • Knowledge of methods, materials, tools and equipment used in fleet maintenance and repair;

 

  • Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions applicable to fleet maintenance and repair;

 

  • Skilled in the use of tools, powered equipment and welders used in the maintenance, repair and fabrication of automotive, truck and construction equipment;

 

 

  • Basic maintenance functions such as PM’s, Diagnostic, Troubleshooting, Brakes, Hydraulic Electrical Repairs

The Village of Dolton, IL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, genetic information, veteran status or disability in employment or the provision of services. Applications for this position will be accepted beginning October 23, 2017 with the close date being 12am Midnight on February  1, 2018. Please submit all completed applications and resumes electronically to Ms. Angela Blacher Director of Human Resource at ablacher@vodolton.org or you may drop them off at the Village Hall located at 14122 Chicago Road, Dolton IL 60419 between the hours of 9am until close of 5pm.

Water Meter Reader

The Village of Dolton is currently hiring for a part time Water Meter Reader. The position description and like detail is attached, please review the description, duties, and feel free to apply online by visiting our website and selecting the “Documents and Form” link and printing out and application. Please be sure that all applications are legible and completed in their entirety. Application will be reviewed and considered for positions in which their skill level meets our request posted position description. If you are selected for consideration you will be contacted within 7-10 business days after your application has been submitted to the Director of Human Resources at the Village Hall, if your skill set is not a match for our current openings, be assured that your application will remain on file and in consideration for a minimum of 90 days.

Job Description/Duties/KSA’s

Qualifications

The Successful candidate will be responsible for obtaining readings of meter dials and entering the data into route books or hand-held computers; Uploading collected data into appropriate databases; Verifying readings in cases where consumption appears to be abnormal and record/report reasons for fluctuation; Inspecting meters for unauthorized connections, defects or irregularities; Communicating services and charge information to customers as needed.

In addition the following Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities are required:

Possession of a valid Illinois driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record; Reliable vehicle with insurance coverage; The ability to walk and/or drives along established routes to obtain readings; Be able to perform physical activities that require the use of the entire body including but not limited to accessing small, difficult areas to obtain readings; Must be tolerable of regular exposure to cold and heated climates due to weather fluctuations; Must be able to see well at close range as well as at a distance; Must be able to work independently; Must be able to effectively communicate with the internal and external customers in order to ensure quality of service to the public.

The Village of Dolton, IL does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, genetic information, veteran status or disability in employment or the provision of services.

Applications for this position will be accepted immediately with the close date being 12am Midnight on August 31, 2018. Please submit all completed applications and resumes electronically to Ms. Angela Blacher Director of Human Resource at ablacher@vodolton.org.