Employment Opportunities

Town of East Granby Connecticut

9 Center Street – P.O. Box 1858 – East Granby CT 06026

Selectman’s Office – 860-653-2576


GENERAL EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

Anyone interested in a position with the Town is encouraged to fill out an Employment Application, stating the position they are applying for.Applications are not able to be filled out on-line. Please print a copy, complete the application and scan it to NicoleS@egtownhall.com or fax it to (860) 653-4017 attn: Nicole Sokolowski.

Job applications are kept on file in the First Selectman’s office for one year from the date received and considered when a position becomes available. Download an application or have one mailed to you via U.S. Postal Mail by calling Nicole Sokolowski, Executive Assistant to the First Selectman, at (860) 653-2576 or via e-mail at NicoleS@egtownhall.com.  A resume should accompany the application, stating qualifications.

Resumes can also be e-mailed to NicoleS@egtownhall.com

Applications should be returned to:

Town of East Granby
First Selectman’s Office
P.O. Box 1858
East Granby, CT 06026
Attn: Nicole Sokolowski, Employment Application

 

Current Job Openings

Part-Time Building Official Opening

The Town of East Granby is seeking applicants for the part-time Building Official.  Certification as Building Official is required.  Salary depending on qualifications and experience. For additional information, see the Town’s website at www.eastgranbyct.org.  Interested applicants should submit application, resume, and cover letter to the First Selectmen’s Office, East Granby Town Hall, PO Box 1858, 9 Center St, East Granby, CT 06026.  Deadline for applying is 4PM Thursday January 30, 2020.  The Town of East Granby is an EOE/AA employer. Town of East Granby Position Title:                                                                   Building Official Position Status:                                                                 Part-time, Hourly Position Reports to:                                                           Director of Community Development Position Description Date:                                                January 6, 2020 Last Revised:                                                                     January 6, 2020 Position Summary Responsible for administering and enforcing the Connecticut State Building Code, town building ordinances and regulations related to life safety.  Provides technical consultation and assistance to town boards and commissions. This position requires evening meetings when requested.  Routine attendance at evening meetings is not required. Supervisory Capacities None Reporting Relationships Reports to the Director of Community Development acting in the capacity of Building Department Head. Duties and Responsibilities Include but are not limited to the following: reviews proposed building and related construction drawings and specifications for conformance with codes and regulations verifies completeness and accuracy of building permit applications issues building permit applications and coordinates with Land Use Administrative Secretary on maintenance and retention of permit files participates in preliminary reviews and consultations with other town departments – Fire Marshal, Town Engineer, Director of Community Development, Public Works, Farmington Valley Health District, and others – concerning major building projects Meets with applicants to resolve code compliance discrepancies.  Issues written orders for corrective actions as required verifies corrections of violations and monitors the code enforcement process disseminates code information to owners, developers, architects, engineers, contractors, and members of the public provides technical assistance to town boards and commissions, and to various town departments and special building committees works closely with the Fire Marshal, Town Engineer, Director of Community Development, health officials, and public utility companies in inspection and review duties inspects and approves construction work in progress to assure conformity with code and regulations reviews Special Inspection Reports on projects; evaluates results of various tests – soils, concrete, superstructure, plumbing, fire protection, HVAC, electrical, etc. – to assure compliance with standards issues certificates of use and occupancy assists in preparing narrative and statistical reports for the First Selectman, Board of Selectmen and other boards and commissions assists in preparation and submission of building permit information to the State Building Inspector and other state agencies as required assists Director of Community Development in preparation of annual budget requests and reports receives and investigates complaints of code violations and initiates corrective action as necessary in consultation with the other departments and the Town Attorney, as required responds to emergency situations such as fires, building collapse, etc. Required Licensing, Skills, and Experience graduation from a standard high school or vocational school required.  Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but as a minimum an associate’s degree or additional technical or vocational training in building technology, construction management,

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