0941 (Manager VI) Chief Administrator, Permit Services
|Date Opened||8/21/2020 10:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||9/25/2020 5:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$74.98 - $95.69/hour; $12,996.00 - $16,586.00/month; $155,948.00 - $199,030.00/year|
|Job Type||Permanent Exempt|
Under general administrative direction, the Chief Administrator, Permit Services serves as the permitting expert and will manage the department’s conversion to electronic plan review, Blue beam software and a digital permitting system. The incumbent will manage, plan and implement the integration of DBI’s Permit Services Division into the new 49 South Van Ness One-Stop Permit Center project. The incumbent will coordinate with the City Administrator’s Permit Center team on digital permitting integration and will partner with the various permitting departments locating to the 49 Van Ness One-Stop Permit Center to improve coordination and workflow. In addition, the incumbent will manage current permitting operations, which includes plan review and permit issuance functions of the Department, the cross-training of staff and managing the implementation of the Department’s One-Stop Permit Center functions at the new 49 South Van Ness location.
Essential Functions of the Position Include:
- Develops a staffing and workflow strategy to optimize electronic plan review and digital permitting operations
- Manages mid-level or line management staff and establishes performance metrics
- Troubleshoots workflow issues to seamlessly deliver an integrated permit service to stakeholders - Coordinates permit services move logistics to the new Permit Center;
- Represents DBI’s Permit Services Division in various 49 South Van Ness planning meetings;
- Develops, implements and manages the execution of One-Stop Permit Center functions after the department move to 49 South Van Ness;
- Develops, implements and maintains procedures, administrative monitoring practices and controls in order to obtain smooth and effective operations of Permit Center;
- Develops standard operating procedures (SOP) for counter functions for the new Permit Center; - Manages permitting operations review and data gathering;
- Directs plan checkers and engineers in the review of plans, calculations and specifications prepared by engineers, architects and contractors to assure fire, architectural and structural safety, handicapped access, and mechanical design (HVAC, smoke control) in conformance with applicable city, state and federal codes;
- Reviews and reports on applications for complex alterations and new construction permits for buildings and structures;
- Confers with engineers, architects and applicants in connection with application review, preliminary planning or solution of technical problems relating to applicable building code requirements;
- Interprets building code requirements relating to fire, architectural and structural safety, and disabled access to buildings;
- Reviews applications for materials substitution and new construction methods and makes recommendations thereon;
- Conducts site visits, advises inspection personnel on acceptable engineering/construction/technological practices, structural details, uses of materials and related building construction problems;
- Supervises and monitors the workload and productivity of plan-checking staff;
- Manages the current and future counter operations including tasks of in-taking permits, routing permits to other departmental agencies for review, permits issuance, and overseeing counter plan review for DBI; and
- Performs related duties as assigned.
Possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Engineer, Architect, Business, or a related field.
Six (6) years of verifiable professional experience as an engineer, construction manager architect or administrator, preferably with at least two (2) years of which include permitting or plan review services for a municipal agency and preferably a minimum of two (2) years building construction experience in the areas of construction, design, inspection or fire, architectural, and structural plan review.
Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience.
· Public sector experience.
· Experience with Electronic Plan Review.
· Project management experience.
· Strong verbal and written communication skills.
· Possession of a valid California License as a Professional Civil Engineer and/or Architect (submit copy with application).
· Possession of a valid California Driver License (to be presented at the time of appointment).
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