Human Resources

Staff

Employment Opportunities

Randy Patterson
Director of Human Resources
(704) 734-4601


101 West Gold St
Kings Mountain, NC 28086

Welcome to the Kings Mountain Human Resources site. By serving the needs of the public, City employees have a great impact on the community. Offering more than basic services, they help maintain the City of Kings Mountains’ high quality of life.


Human Resources Staff

Randy Patterson - Director of HR
704-734-4601
randy.patterson@cityofkm.com

Teresa Patterson - HR Administrative Assistant
704-734-4496
teresap@cityofkm.com


 

Application for Employment

Employment Opportunities:
ONLY APPLICATIONS FOR POSTED POSITIONS ARE ACCEPTED. 
RESUMES ARE ONLY ACCEPTED WITH A COMPLETED APPLICATION.
 
Applications are NOT kept on file
A NEW Application MUST accompany each job for which you are applying
 
Fax application to 704-730-2107;  mail to City of Kings Mountain, Attn: HR, PO Box 429, Kings Mountain, NC 28086.
 
Firefighter I

Firefighter I

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES

 

          Performs general duty firefighting work in combating and extinguishing fires for the Fire Department.

 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS

 

          An employee in this class participates in firefighting activities as a member of a firefighting crew in responding to fire alarms and calls.  Primary duties include either nozzle operation or responsibility for hydrant and water hose connection.  Some independent judgment and initiative are exercised in applying modern firefighting procedures and practices in combating fires.  Some public contact is required in the performance of employee’s duties.  Duties are performed under the usual hazards of firefighting work.  Employee is supervised closely by a superior officer.  Work is evaluated through observation, inspection, and discussion.

 

ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF WORK

 

          Rides on fire truck to scene of fire, lays and connects hose lines, makes hydrant connections and operates nozzles to direct stream of water on fire.

          Makes openings in burning buildings for ventilation and entrance to combat fires.

          Rescues persons overcome by fire and smoke and administers first aid and resuscitation to injured persons.

          Acts as relief driver and relief water pump operator.

          Participates in drills and training sessions in fire fighting practices and procedures, first aid, and in municipal street and hydrant locations.

          Cleans, services, maintains, and makes minor repairs to firefighting vehicles and equipment.

          Keeps fire station in orderly condition by cleaning furniture, fixtures, and interior of station.

          May be assigned to additional duties depending on ability.  Examples:  Fire Instructor, Dispatcher, Driver, Mechanic, Housekeeper.

          Performs related work as assigned.

          Performs other duties that may be assigned by a superior officer.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

          Working knowledge of the following:

            City geography and the locations of hydrants and street names.

          Modern firefighting principles, practices, and procedures.

          First aid principles and skill in their application.
            Skill in the operation and maintenance of the various types of equipment
         used by the Fire Department.

          Ability to learn dispatching codes and to dispatch emergency calls.

          Ability to accept fire fighting discipline and operational routine and to
         cooperate with officers and other firefighters.

 

DESIREABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

 

          Graduation from high school, or an equivalent combination of experience and training.

 

Salary Range: $12.84 - $19.07/hr

Police Officer

 

 

                                                          General Statement of Duties

 

Performs general duty law enforcement work to protect life and property in the City.

 

                                                    Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

An employee in this class performs a full range of general law enforcement duties.  Work includes patrolling the City during an assigned shift in a police car or on foot; preventing, detecting and investigating disturbances and crime; performing traffic control work; apprehending suspects; and executing related assignments.  Employees must exercise judgment, initiative and calm control when performing duties; more difficult problems are normally carried out under the direction of or in conjunction with a Police Sergeant assigned to the same shift.  Work involves frequent public contact which requires tact, firmness and decisiveness.  Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and state and federal law, supplemented with specific directions from superior officers.  Employees are subject to hazards associated with law enforcement work including working in both inside and outside environments, in extreme hot and cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as dangerous persons, loud noises, and hazardous spills with fumes, oils, gases, or flammable liquids.  Work is subject to the final OSHA standards on blood borne pathogens.  Work is performed under regular  supervision and is evaluated through observation, monitoring radio traffic, discussion, and review of reports for adherence to laws, department procedures, and proper judgment.

 

                                                           Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

Patrols streets in a police car, on bicycle or on foot; checks doors and windows; examines premises of unoccupied residences or buildings; detects unusual conditions, may maintain surveillance and observation for stolen cars, missing persons, or suspects; report dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, or other hazardous conditions.

Responds to calls for assistance, complaints, suspicious activity, domestic disputes, loud and disruptive behavior; completes calls by determining true nature of the situation and taking whatever legal or persuasive action is warranted.

Investigates traffic accidents; issues traffic citation; directs traffic and participates in other emergency operation activities; conducts special traffic checkpoints to enforce seatbelt, alcohol, speed, or other laws; operates radar and intoxilyzer equipment.

Performs investigations of accidents or possible crimes through observation, questioning witnesses, and gathering physical evidence; performs investigative tasks, arrests and processes criminal suspects; presents findings in court.

Issues citations for violation of traffic regulations, serves warrants; apprehends and processes criminal suspects and transports to magistrate and/or County detention facilities.

Regulates and directs vehicular traffic at busy times at local schools and when traffic signal malfunctions or accidents require.

Operates a two-way radio to receive instructions and information from or to report information to police headquarters; maintains vehicle, weapons and other equipment in standards working order.

Prepares records and reports of activities.

Advises the public on laws and local ordinances; serves papers as needed.

Assists stranded motorists; gives information and directions to visitors and the general public.

May serve on special traffic squad.

 

Additional Job Duties

Performs other related duties as required.


                                                  Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Considerable knowledge of state and federal laws, local ordinances and policies of the police department, especially relating to search and seizure, traffic control, pursuit, and arrest.

Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, practices, methods and equipment.

Some knowledge of scientific crime detection and criminal identification methods and procedures.

Some knowledge of the application of information technology to law enforcement work.

Skill in the use of firearms and other police equipment and in the application of self-defense tactics.

Skill in collaborative conflict resolution.

Ability to act with sound judgment in routine and emergency situations.

Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.

Ability to present effective court testimony.

Ability to prepare clear and concise activity reports.

Ability to build and maintain cooperative and effective public relations with the citizens.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, and other public officials.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of standing, walking, hearing, kneeling, reaching, feeling, grasping, pushing, pulling, bending, climbing, crawling, fingering, and performing repetitive motions.

Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pound of force occasionally; 20 pounds frequently; and 10 pounds constantly.

Must possess the visual acuity to operate a police vehicle and distinguish details and differences when observing people, places, or things on patrol.           

 

Desirable Experience and Education

Graduation from high school and completion of basic law enforcement training; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements

Before assignment to sworn duties, employees must possess a valid North Carolina driver's license and have completed at least the minimum requirements established by the North Carolina Justice Training and Standards Commission for certified law enforcement officers. 

 

 

Special Note:  This generic class description gives an overview of the job class, its essential job functions, and recommended job requirements.  However, for each individual position assigned to this class, there is available a completed job questionnaire with a physical abilities checklist which can give further details about that one specific position.  Those documents should be reviewed before initiating a selection process.  They can provide additional detailed information on which to base various personnel actions and can assist management in making legal and defensible personnel decisions.

 

Salary Range:  $26,853 -$38,891

POLICE OFFICER (Part-Time)

General Statement of Duties

 

Performs general duty law enforcement work to protect life and property in the City.

 

                                                    Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

An employee in this class performs a full range of general law enforcement duties.  Work includes patrolling the City during an assigned shift in a police car or on foot; preventing, detecting and investigating disturbances and crime; performing traffic control work; apprehending suspects; and executing related assignments.  Employees must exercise judgment, initiative and calm control when performing duties; more difficult problems are normally carried out under the direction of or in conjunction with a Police Sergeant assigned to the same shift.  Work involves frequent public contact which requires tact, firmness and decisiveness.  Work is performed in accordance with departmental policy and state and federal law, supplemented with specific directions from superior officers.  Employees are subject to hazards associated with law enforcement work including working in both inside and outside environments, in extreme hot and cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as dangerous persons, loud noises, and hazardous spills with fumes, oils, gases, or flammable liquids.  Work is subject to the final OSHA standards on blood borne pathogens.  Work is performed under regular  supervision and is evaluated through observation, monitoring radio traffic, discussion, and review of reports for adherence to laws, department procedures, and proper judgment.

 

                                                           Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

Patrols streets in a police car, on bicycle or on foot; checks doors and windows; examines premises of unoccupied residences or buildings; detects unusual conditions, may maintain surveillance and observation for stolen cars, missing persons, or suspects; report dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, or other hazardous conditions.

Responds to calls for assistance, complaints, suspicious activity, domestic disputes, loud and disruptive behavior; completes calls by determining true nature of the situation and taking whatever legal or persuasive action is warranted.

Investigates traffic accidents; issues traffic citation; directs traffic and participates in other emergency operation activities; conducts special traffic checkpoints to enforce seatbelt, alcohol, speed, or other laws; operates radar and intoxilyzer equipment.

Performs investigations of accidents or possible crimes through observation, questioning witnesses, and gathering physical evidence; performs investigative tasks, arrests and processes criminal suspects; presents findings in court.

Issues citations for violation of traffic regulations, serves warrants; apprehends and processes criminal suspects and transports to magistrate and/or County detention facilities.

Regulates and directs vehicular traffic at busy times at local schools and when traffic signal malfunctions or accidents require.

Operates a two-way radio to receive instructions and information from or to report information to police headquarters; maintains vehicle, weapons and other equipment in standards working order.

Prepares records and reports of activities.

Advises the public on laws and local ordinances; serves papers as needed.

Assists stranded motorists; gives information and directions to visitors and the general public.

May serve on special traffic squad.

 

Additional Job Duties

Performs other related duties as required.


                                                  Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Considerable knowledge of state and federal laws, local ordinances and policies of the police department, especially relating to search and seizure, traffic control, pursuit, and arrest.

Working knowledge of law enforcement principles, practices, methods and equipment.

Some knowledge of scientific crime detection and criminal identification methods and procedures.

Some knowledge of the application of information technology to law enforcement work.

Skill in the use of firearms and other police equipment and in the application of self-defense tactics.

Skill in collaborative conflict resolution.

Ability to act with sound judgment in routine and emergency situations.

Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written forms.

Ability to present effective court testimony.

Ability to prepare clear and concise activity reports.

Ability to build and maintain cooperative and effective public relations with the citizens.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, supervisors, and other public officials.

 

Physical Requirements

Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of standing, walking, hearing, kneeling, reaching, feeling, grasping, pushing, pulling, bending, climbing, crawling, fingering, and performing repetitive motions.

Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pound of force occasionally; 20 pounds frequently; and 10 pounds constantly.

Must possess the visual acuity to operate a police vehicle and distinguish details and differences when observing people, places, or things on patrol.       

 

Desirable Experience and Education

Graduation from high school and completion of basic law enforcement training; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements

Before assignment to sworn duties, employees must possess a valid North Carolina driver's license and have completed at least the minimum requirements established by the North Carolina Justice Training and Standards Commission for certified law enforcement officers. 

 

Kings Mountain

2006

 

 

Hourly Salary:             $12.23

PRETREATMENT COORDINATOR/WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR

PRETREATMENT COORDINATOR/WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR

 

 

Justification for combining the positions of Pretreatment Coordinator and Wastewater Plant Operator.

 

This position is being created by combining the duties of the Pretreatment Coordinator and Wastewater Plant Operator.

It is created to assist the Wastewater Plant operations during this time of economic down- turn and should be reverted back to the separate positions of Pretreatment Coordinator and Wastewater Plant Operator when possible.

 

General Statement of Duties

 

            Performs difficult technical work in the monitoring industrial waste and other operational duties in a wastewater treatment plant.

 

Performs responsible operational, laboratory, and maintenance functions in a wastewater treatment plant.

 

Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

            An employee in this class monitors industries and remediation sites by sampling, coordinating the analysis of samples, and evaluating and reporting results against permitted levels of various environmentally sensitive properties. Work involves monitoring state and federal regulatory requirement and researching and instituting program changes to comply; preparing a variety of records and reports as required by the state; and working with industries to monitor discharge, reduce harmful elements in discharge, and identify strategies to reduce cost for industries and city of discharge treatment. The employee is subject to hazards associated with wastewater and chemical work including exposure to electrical current, and chemicals, fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, and poor ventilation. Work around raw sewage is also subject to the final standards of OSHA on blood borne pathogens. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed for conformance to testing and reporting procedures, program effectiveness, and accuracy.

 

An employee in this class performs a variety of operational, laboratory, and maintenance duties designed to produce safe treatment and disposal of domestic and commercial wastewater.  Work is performed on an assigned or rotating shift.  Work includes monitoring the plant's operation through observation, mechanical readings and the results of standard chemical and biological tests and to make necessary adjustments in the process as conditions or test results dictate.  Other duties include performing standard laboratory duties and tests and assisting with plant and facilities maintenance.  Work also includes substantial record keeping of work activities.  Employees are subject to hazards associated with wastewater and plant operations including working both inside and outside environments, in extreme hot and cold weather, and exposure to various hazards such as loud noises, moving mechanical parts, electrical current, chemicals, fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, poor ventilation, working in small spaces such as sewer pipes, and oils.  Workers may be required to wear respirators when working around chlorine tanks.  Work around wastewater is also subject to the final standards of OSHA on blood-borne pathogens.  Work is performed under general supervision and reviewed by observation, conference, and reviewing records for adherence to operations standards, instructions, and safety practices.

 

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Essential Duties and Tasks

            Sets up sampling systems to monitor compliance of individual industries with their permit levels; communicates with industries concerning compliance and noncompliance; inspects industrial sites for compliance; maintains records and analysis program results; recommends changes in program to implement frequently changing regulations; monitors and records data for remediation sites.

            Coordinates laboratory analysis for pretreatment sample analysis, inspects results; generates information for surcharging when necessary.

            Interprets laboratory tests and prepares required reports; prepares headworks analysis, enforcement response plan, and other reports and records as required.

            Consults with, informs, and advises industrial officials about controls to be used, defects found, or changes in treatment process.

            Participates in updating ordinances, policies, and practices related to program; calculates charges for exceeding permitted limits.

            Calculates industrial permits using micro-computer; communicates and corresponds with industries, monitors industry performance in meeting permitted levels, assesses fines for noncompliance.

            Conducts oil and grease control program; works with restaurants to implement program; conducts inspections of grease traps; advises restaurant regarding program.

 

Makes regular tours of plant and checks bar screens, generators, pumps, settling tanks, filters, clarifiers, chlorinators, and other equipment for proper functioning.

Records data from various meters, gauges and dials; logs daily, weekly, and monthly activities.

Performs standard laboratory chemical and biological tests.

Performs general preventive and scheduled maintenance; assists on major maintenance and repairs.

Fills various chemical tanks; starts and stops pumps.

Regulates and adjusts motors, pumps, blowers, valves and other apparatus to meet changing operating conditions.

Performs routine building and grounds maintenance including cleaning, mowing, and painting.

  

 

Additional Job Duties

            Performs related tasks as assigned.

Collects plant and creek wastewater samples.

 

 

Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

            Thorough knowledge of industrial pretreatment laws, regulations, and methods.

            Thorough knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and permitting requirements.

            Considerable knowledge of modern laboratory techniques, materials, and equipment, including those used in complex chemical and biochemical analysis of wastewater.

            Considerable knowledge of the principles of organic and inorganic chemistry.

            Considerable knowledge of wastewater treatment plant operation principles, practices, and methods.

            Working knowledge of the application of information technology to the use of automated samplers and the calculation of permits and preparation and maintenance of records.

            Skill in collaborative conflict resolution and effective public relations.

            Ability to read and interpret technical federal guidelines on wastewater and water treatment procedures and tests and industrial pretreatment program requirements.

            Ability to interpret City ordinances and state and federal regulations related to water and wastewater treatment and industrial pretreatment.

            Ability to take water and sewage samples and perform the standard laboratory tests.

            Ability to prepare and keep accurate computerized records and prepare reports.

            Ability to perform mathematical calculations.

            Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with industrial officials, regulatory officials, peers, superiors, and contracting agencies.

 

Ability to detect flaws in the operation of mechanical equipment and to determine proper remedial measures.

Ability to read meters, charts, and technical manuals and drawings accurately and to maintain records of shift operations.

 

 

Physical Requirements

            Must be able to perform the basic life functions of stooping, crouching, reaching, standing, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, and repetitive motions.

            Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally; and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

            Must possess visual acuity to prepare and analyze laboratory results and data, to operate a microcomputer, and to perform visual inspection of measurement devices.

 

Desirable Education and Experience

            Graduation from a community college or technical school with a degree in environmental science ore related field, and considerable treatment plant operations experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements

            Possession of a Wastewater Operator’s Grade II level certificate from the State of North Carolina and a NC Commercial Driver's License or the ability and willingness to obtain within the six month probationary period.

 

            May require the ability to obtain pretreatment certification.

 

 

Salary Range:                          $14.16 - $21.02

 

Kings Mountain 2009

SENIOR PLANNER-GIS TECHNICIAN

General Statement of Duties

 

            Performs journey-level technical planning work in current and long-range planning projects and  manages the geographic information data for the city (uses GIS technology to prepare maps for the Planning Department and various City departments).

 

Distinguishing Features of the Class

 

            An employee in this class performs responsible journey level planning work in a variety of projects for current and long range planning efforts.  Work includes tasks such as reviewing land use plans and assisting citizens with information about changes in zoning, conditional use  permitting and variances; assuring proper notification processes are followed; preparing agendas items for Planning Board and other committee meetings and attending meetings to present information and staff reports for the department; reviewing construction plans for alterations on shoreline at Moss Lake; creating maps for the Planning Department and other departments, and updating resource maps like zoning and city properties; conducting long range planning studies  in areas such as greenways and bikeway planning; and compiling information for grants and annexation studies. Implementing bike and trail projects. Other duties include assisting citizens and developers with various issues, and providing staff assistance to and making presentations to various ad hoc and permanent boards on behalf of the department.    Work involves considerable research, public contact often in sensitive or emotional issues requiring judgment, firmness, and tact.  The role also includes developing a favorable relationship between the City and the community.  Work is supervised by the Planning Director and is evaluated through conferences, review of work results obtained, and overall acceptance of the programs by the City’s citizens.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

 

  Essential Duties and Tasks

                         

            Assemble and analyze social, economic, and other data for city planning activities as well as performing technical work to create, update and manipulate GIS databases and related information including the production of mapping products for external and internal use.

       Prepares technical studies and reports in current planning areas such as land use, greenways, bikeway planning, rezoning variances and special use permits.

                        Prepares technical studies and reports in long range planning areas such as comprehensive land use planning related to a variety; of social, economic, historical preservation and capital improvements in the City.

                        Reviews assigned plans for compliance with land use ordinances; prepares legal notices; prepares written reports for various board functions consideration; reviews site plans for compliance with codes; discusses review process with developers; conducts field inspections as needed for site plan review.

                        Uses computerized mapping programs to design and generate maps to illustrate planning proposals and zoning; inputs data; creates maps for a variety of uses for other City departments.

                        Receives inquiries from the public and provides information concerning codes, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to services of the Department.

 

            Assists with preparation of agendas and information packets for City Council, Board of Adjustment and Planning Board; prepares reports and drafts staff recommendations as directed; attends meetings to make presentations and answer questions from board members and the public as directed.

                        Researches and drafts proposed ordinance changes.

                        Reviews plans for construction on shoreline at Moss Lake for compliance with City ordinances; uses boat to inspect shoreline and construction.

                        Assists with research and development of ordinance amendments and zoning map amendments; advises citizens on the process for seeking amendments.

                        Assists with the preparation and administration of grants for planning projects and issues.

              Meets with developers, property owners and consultants as needed to discuss development proposals and other planning matters.

             

Additional Job Duties

            Meets with planning officials from other organizations such as Council of Governments and granting agencies.

            Issues addresses for the City.

            Performs related duties as required.

 

Recruitment and Selection Guidelines

 

Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities

            Considerable knowledge of the City’s zoning, land use, and other ordinances and codes. Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of community and economic development and public sector planning and/or landscape design.

            Considerable knowledge of governmental laws, programs, and services pertinent to the community and economic development and planning processes.

            Thorough knowledge of GIS systems including application of software, hardware and peripherals to planning needs.

            Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.

            Ability to direct or participate in the compilation, analysis, and preparation of planning related technical and statistical reports and data.

            Considerable knowledge of the environmental and socio‑economic implications of the planning process.

            Considerable skill in the collection, analysis, and presentation of technical data and planning recommendations.

            Considerable skill in conflict resolution, meeting facilitation, and public presentations.

            Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with community groups, federal, state, regional, City officials, and the general public.

            Ability to enforce codes with firmness and tact.

            Ability to prepare comprehensive reports and studies.

            Ability to express ideas effectively in oral and written forms.

 

Physical Requirements

            Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of reaching, climbing, reaching, fingering, standing, walking, grasping, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.

            Must be able to perform light work exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to lift carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects.

            Must possess the visual acuity to examine and work with maps, charts, and detailed materials, operate a computer, inspect sites regarding planning issues, including operating a boat, and do extensive reading.

 

 Desired Education and Experience

            Graduation from a college or university with a  degree in urban or regional planning, geography, public administration, community development or a related field, and experience in research, planning and mapping work preferably in a local government setting;  or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirement

            Possession of an NC Driver’s license.

 

Salary Range:  $$37,595 - $55,809

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER
The City of Kings Mountain is currently accepting applications for volunteer firefighters.

 
Please submit an application by either printing out application and mailing to City of Kings Mountain, Human Resources Department, PO Box 429, Kings Mountain, NC 28086 OR apply through your local ESC Office.
Zoning Officer I

JOB TITLE:   ZONING OFFICER I                       SALARY STEP AND GRADE: 17

Supervisor:     Director of Codes & Energy Services Engineering

 

GENERAL DEFINITION & CONDITIONS OF WORK

 

Acts in the capacity of a Zoning Officer to insure that the City of Kings Mountain’s Zoning Ordinance is followed and maintained.  Reviews Site and Landscape plans.  Does Inspections on zoning compliance and complaints.  Tracks zoning violations.          

Issues zoning permits.

 

TYPICAL DAILY TASKS

 

  • Reviews Site and Landscape Plans and issues zoning permits.
  • Performs Zoning inspections to insure compliance with City of Kings Mountain’s Zoning Ordinance
  • Maintains records of zoning citations and civil penalties.
  • Answers questions from private citizens, contractors and others regarding enforcement of The City of Kings Mountains Zoning Ordinance.
  • Testifies in hearings in regards to the zoning ordinance.
  • Assist the Administrative Assistant with their duties should the need arise.
  • Keeps records of trips and inspections performed and any follow ups that may be required.
  • Performs other related tasks as needed.

  

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

 

A general knowledge of the processes of construction and the construction industry, as well as knowledge of construction terms and materials.  Possess the ability to read and interpret site plans and specifications in order to perform inspections. Possess the ability to read zoning codes in order to perform inspections and answer questions from the general public.  Must be able to work and communicate well with all types of people and maintain an appropriate level of professional behavior with the public as well as with co-workers.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

This is sometimes physical work requiring the basic life operation functions of stooping, bending, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, climbing, lifting, grasping, fingering, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions.  Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50lbs of force occasionally, and/or up to 20lbs of force frequently, and/up to 10lbs of force constantly to lift or move objects.  Must possess the visual acuity to operate mechanic tools and equipment, read work orders, and operate a motor vehicle safely.  Must be able to express and exchange ideas verbally and written, and must convey information accurately.

 

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Additional knowledge of construction and zoning issues would be considered a plus.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

 

Must  possess and maintain a valid NC drivers license. Must be familiar with common computer functions and terms.

 

Starting Rate:  $$15.61/hr.

 

 

 

 



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