POSTING NUMBER: HR19-0062 ISSUE DATE: July 24, 2019
CLOSING DATE: January 8, 2020
TITLE: Special Services (Hourly) Positions
DIVISION / OFFICE /UNIT: Division of Codes and Standards LOCATION: Various
OPEN TO: General Public and/or State Employees SALARY: $37.33 - $48.23 per hour
DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR DUTIES: The Division of Codes and Standards is seeking hourly employees in all areas
to assist with enforcing the Uniform Construction Code and/or Hotel and Multiple Dwelling Law in order to protect the
health and safety of the residents of New Jersey. To assist with this mission the Division is seeking licensed officials to
work in various offices performing plan reviews, inspections, providing code assistance and enforcement throughout the
Please note on your resume your availability and preferred work location (for example: north, south, office, field,
Monday – Friday)
If you have any questions regarding vacancies, please call the Director’s Office at 609-292-7899.
Titles/Requirements (Applicants must possess a valid U.C.C. License as listed below)
Inspector Multiple Dwelling / A valid Inspector of Hotels and Multiple Dwellings license issued by the New Jersey
Department of Community Affairs.
Construction Code Inspector 2 / Seven (7) years of experience in construction project management
work such as a construction manager, construction official, general contractor, architect, or engineer with field
responsibilities for all levels of construction, OR as an electrician, plumber, building trades craftsperson, or fire protection
specialist OR in amusement ride development, construction, or inspection. LICENSE: Applicants will be required to
possess a valid Industrial and Commercial Specialist (ICS) construction code enforcement license in building, fire
protection, electrical, plumbing, or amusement ride inspection issued by the Department of Community Affairs,
appropriate to the position.
Subcode Official / Applicants must possess a valid Subcode Official license in building, electrical, fire protection,
plumbing, elevator, amusement rides, or boiler/pressure vessel and refrigeration, issued by the New Jersey Department of
Community Affairs, appropriate to the position. Applicants must also possess a valid High Rise and Hazardous
Specialist (HHS) construction code enforcement license in building, fire protection, electrical, plumbing, elevator,
amusement rides, or boiler/pressure vessel and refrigeration, issued by the Department of Community Affairs, appropriate
to the position.
Construction Official / One (1) year of supervisory experience in architecture, engineering, code enforcement project
review or construction project management with responsibilities for the technical and/or skilled work of construction
projects subject to the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code. LICENSE: Applicants must possess a valid High Rise
and Hazardous Specialist (HHS) code enforcement license in building, plumbing, electrical,elevator, or fire protection
issued by the Department of Community Affairs. Must possess a valid license as a Subcode Official issued by the
Department of Community Affairs. Applicants must also possess a valid license as a Construction Official issued by the
Department of Community Affairs.
All appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle,
rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform essential duties of the position.
Please submit a resume including any required documents (degree, licenses, certification and/or transcripts) along
with a letter of interest, including a phone number, by the closing date to:
New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
Office of Human Resources
101 South Broad Street
PO Box 800
Trenton, New Jersey 08625
Resumes may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interviews will be granted based on resume
NOTE: Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70), also known as the “New Jersey First Act,” all public
employees are required to obtain principal residence in the State of New Jersey within one (1) year of employment
UNLESS OTHERWISE EXEMPTED FROM THE LAW.
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Revised: March 2018