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  • INVITES YOUR INTEREST IN THE POSITION OF

    DEPUTY DIRECTOR - Chief Building Official

    teamwork environment in which ideas and feedback are encouraged, valued, and supported.

    The ideal candidate must be able to accomplish goals with a high degree of diplomacy and sound independent judgment while working in a fast-paced, politically charged environment. The incoming Deputy Director - Chief Building Official must be a forward-thinking leader that will embrace change as the depart-ment continues to roll out its digital submittal and review process through the implementation of the Digital DSD program.

    Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in engineering, construction management, architecture, public or business administration, or a related field and five (5) years of increasingly responsible management experience in a large public agency with three (3) years in a supervisory capacity. A Master’s degree is preferred but not mandatory.

    COMPENSATIONThe annual salary range for the incoming Deputy Director - Chief Building Official is $139,000-$155,000; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. The City does not participate in Social Security. Benefits include the following:

    Retirement Savings Plan

    • Mandatory Defined Contributions Plans - Eligible employees originally hired on or after July 20, 2012 will be automatically enrolled in the mandatory portion of the Supplemental Pension Savings Plan – Hourly (SPSP-H) at a pre-tax contribution rate of 9.2 percent. Employee contributions are matched 100 percent by the City.

    • Voluntary Defined Contribution Plans - participation in 401(k) and 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan.

    • Retiree Medical Trust Plan - Employees enjoy a defined contribution retiree medical trust plan to save for health insurance and/or medical expenses upon retirement. Non-safety employees hired on or after July 1, 2009 are required to contribute .25 percent of base salary to this plan. The City matches the employee’s contribution. Contributions are 100 percent vested upon hire.

    Health

    • Flexible Benefits Plan (FBP) - Cafeteria plan with FBP credits up to $17,771 per fiscal year (depending on medical plan and coverage); with option to waive at $9,977 per fiscal year.

    • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) - Pre-tax contributions from gross pay applied to qualifying expenses (Dental/Medical/Vision and Dependent/Child Care.)

    Life Insurance

    • Basic Life Insurance - $50,000 paid for by the City.

    • Portable Life Insurance - Guaranteed issue when you initially apply for life insurance benefits for yourself at $250,000 or your spouse/domestic partner at $50,000. You may apply for a policy up to $500,000, however, Evidence of Insurability will be requir-ed, and the application is subject to approval by Hartford Insurance Group Policy.

    Leave Benefits

    • Holidays - 10 holidays ob-served in a calendar year.

    • Floating Holiday - Eight hours in a fiscal year.• City-Awarded Discretionary Leave - Up to

    twenty-four hours in a fiscal year.• Annual Leave - First year employment

    through year 15, leave accrual equals 6.77 hours for each biweekly pay period (equivalent to 22 eight-hour days each 52 weeks). Year 16 and beyond, leave accrual equals 8.31 hours for each biweekly pay period (equivalent to 27 eight-hour days each 52 weeks).

    • Pay-in-Lieu of Annual Leave - Convert annually up to 125 hours of accrued leave to cash and receive payment the following calendar year.

    • Jury Duty (Court Leave) - Paid time off to serve as a juror.

    • Bereavement Leave - Up to 40 hours of paid leave each fiscal year.

    • Alternative Work Schedule - Available depend-ing on position.

    For more information about the benefits package offered by the City, please contact Bob Murray & Associates at www.bobmurrayassoc.com.

    TO APPLYIf you are interested in this opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online.

    Filing Deadline: August 14, 2020

    Following the closing date, resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above. The most qualified candidates will be invited to personal interviews with Bob Murray and Associates. Candidates will be advised of the status of the recruitment following finalist selection. Finalist interviews will be held with the City of San Diego. A select group of candidates will be asked to provide references once it is anticipated that they may be recommended as finalists. References will be contacted only following candidate approval.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Joel Bryden at:

    (916) 784-9080

    The City of San Diego has an active Equal Opportunity/ADA Program for employment and vigorously supports

    diversity in the workplace.

  • THE COMMUNITYWith a population of more than 1.43 million residents, the City of San Diego is California’s second-largest city and the eighth-largest city in the United States. San Diego is a safe and beautiful city, rich in culture and entertainment. With its great weather, major attractions, and miles of sun-soaked coastline and sandy beaches, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best tourist destinations and a great place to relax year-round. San Diego’s proximity to Mexico provides a rich, multicultural environment. The City is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse places in the nation, with more than 100 languages spoken by residents.

    A warm, year-round climate makes the City an ideal place to enjoy many outdoor activities, including water sports, major tourist attractions, annual festivals, professional sports, community fairs and parades, and events at more than 240 city parks and recreation centers. There are also plenty of indoor attractions, with an abundance of museums, art galleries, concert halls, and state and movie theaters. San Diego is home to major attractions that include the San Diego Zoo, Old Town State Park, Birch Aquarium at Scripps, SeaWorld, and the Cabrillo National Monument. Balboa Park, renowned for its beautiful gardens, art galleries and international culture associations, is an urban expanse that also houses the largest concentration of museums on the West Coast. For sports enthusiasts, San Diego is home to teams in Major League Baseball (Padres), the American Hockey League (Gulls), and Major Arena Soccer League (Sockers). San Diego State University and the University of San Diego have several NCAA Division I Teams.

    San Diego is also where education, research, and innovation come together. The City is home to cutting-edge businesses for telecommunications, biotechnology, software, electronics, and other major innovative industries. In 2014, Forbes called San Diego the “Best Place to Launch a Startup.” The City was also named among the “World Smart Cities” by National Geographic in 2015. San Diego has the most-patented Sports and Active lifestyle sector companies in the region and the highest concentration of military/defense assets in the world. The City is rated among the top life science and biosciences locations and has 80-plus educational and research institutes in the region including the University of California at San Diego—one of the world’s leading public health research universities, and San Diego State University—one of the nation’s premier urban research universities. Technology companies, organizations dedicated to research and development, along with a highly educated and skilled workforce, has helped the San Diego region establish its reputation as a hub for innovation.

    With all that the City has to offer, San Diego is a great place to raise a family. The median age of San Diego’s population is 34.7, with 25 percent of its residents under the age of 20 and only 12 percent age 65 and over (SANDAG). From coastlines to inland valleys, the City offers a wide array of housing opportunities including apartments, first-time buyer condominiums, suburban single-family homes, and luxury oceanfront or rural estates. Several school districts serve the City’s student population, with both public and private schools available throughout the City and County. The healthcare system in San Diego County is among the best in the nation for quality and costs of health-care. There are 26 accredited hospitals with more than 8,000 beds available and AMA residency programs at six (6) hospitals. San Diego is also a shopper’s paradise and has many regional and commu-nity shopping centers and

    shopping districts throughout the City, including more than 30 unique neighborhood business districts.

    A world-class city, San Diego offers an unsurpassed quality of life. Its unique geography, strong economy, diverse population, great educational institutions, premier healthcare system, and safe neighborhoods, makes San Diego an ideal place to live, work, and play.

    THE ORGANIZATIONIncorporated in 1850, San Diego is a charter city under a Strong Mayor form of government. The Mayor is the chief executive officer of the City, with the duty to oversee the administrative affairs of the City. The Mayor proposes the City budget, appoints City department heads, and has veto authority over most legislative and budgetary matters. The nine-member City Council has legislative authority in the City, including approving the City’s annual budget, adopting local laws, and setting public policy.

    The Mayor is elected by voters citywide, while Councilmembers are elected by those voters living in the district served by each Councilmember. The Mayor and Council-members serve four-year terms and are limited to two consecutive terms.

    As one of the region’s largest employers, the City has a Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget of approximately $3.918 billion and employs approximately 11,000 highly dedicated em-ployees.

    The City’s Mission is: “To Effectively Serve and Support Our Communities.” The City’s core values are Integrity, Service, People, and Excellence. The City’s Vision is “A World-Class City for All.”

    THE DEPARTMENTThe Development Services Department (DSD) is comprised of eight (8) divisions that provide review, permit, inspection, program oversight, and code enforcement services for private and public development projects throughout the City of San Diego. Whether it’s construction, renovation, or changing the use of a building in part or in its entirety, DSD assists customers with development projects in a timely manner to ensure compliance with all applicable regu-lations, ensuring all City neighborhoods continue to be healthy, safe, and livable for all residents, visitors, and businesses.

    The Building Construction and Safety Division is comprised of building project plan review, ministerial proj-ect management, and inspection services sections.

    • The plan review section reviews proposed devel-opments for compliance with the City and State code of regulations including accessibility, electrical, fire pro-tection, life safety, mechanical, noise, plumbing, smoke control, solar photovoltaic, structural, and sustainability.

    • The inspection services section inspects construction of private development for compliance with City and State code of regulations including accessibility, fire protection, life safety, mechanical, plumbing, smoke control, solar photo-voltaic, structural, sustainability, and construction stormwater best management practices. It also provides inspection of the Utilities Undergrounding Program, issues permits, and inspects mobile home parks.

    • The ministerial project management section manages complex and phased developments and assists both staff and customers in conflict resolution.

    THE POSITIONUnder the direction of the Assistant Director of Development Services, the Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will plan, organize, and manage the operations of the Building Construction & Safety Division. This position will include oversight of the plan check, ministerial project management, and inspection sections within the division. In this role, the Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will provide enforcement and interpretation of the California Building Code and local building codes, ordinances, and regulations related to the health and safety of the citizens of the City as it relates to the construction, use, and occupancy of structures.

    The Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will provide leadership in the development, implementation, and assessment of operational goals, policies, and procedures as they relate to the division and department. The incumbent must be able to effectively manage the business and inspection functions of the division while working collaboratively with the community, stakeholders, and other City departments.

    Additional functions include but are not limited to:

    • Selects, trains, motivates, and directs division personnel; evaluates and reviews work for acceptability and conformance with division and department standards, including program and project priorities; works with employees on performance issues; implements discipline and termination procedures; responds to staff questions and concerns.

    • Contributes to the overall quality of the department’s service by developing, reviewing, and implementing policies and procedures to meet legal requirements and agency needs; continuously monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; assesses and monitors the distribution of work, support systems, and internal reporting relationships; identifies opportunities for improvement; directs the implementation of change.

    • Manages performance management program; works with management and staff to address performance concerns including drafting and/or reviewing Performance Plans (PP); reviews and provides input on performance appraisals, provides supervisors with guidance on providing performance feedback.

    • Conducts regular divisional and one-on-one meetings with staff to discuss current and future divisional concerns and activities; presents and resolves various issues and problems; provides guidance to staff on various work processes.

    • Prepares and/or reviews various management and information updates, and reports on spe-cial projects as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Development Services.

    • Attends senior management and executive management meetings as required; attends and participates in professional group meet-ings if needed, and stays abreast of new code changes, trends and innovations in the fields of building construction and other pertinent areas under this position.

    • Responds to difficult and sensitive public inquiries and complaints and assists with resolutions and alternative recommendations.

    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

    The City of San Diego is seeking a strong leader who is passionate, highly motivated, organized, a team player, and someone who has a high level of

    political acumen. The se-lected candidate will have a

    positive influence on day-to-day operations and will have a

    hands-on and proactive approach to all aspects of division operations.

    The ideal candidate will have sound working knowledge of the California Building Code that governs the building profession and be adept at finding creative but code-compliant solutions. The City is looking for an individual that can effectively lead a diverse group of professionals and has demonstrated experience in making public presentations to Council members and other boards and commissions. The ideal candidate will be someone who listens, is approachable and accessible, and committed to creating a

    With its great weather, major attractions, and miles of sun-soaked coastline and sandy beaches, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best

    tourist destinations and a great place to relax

    year-round.

    The selected candidate will have

    a positive influence on day- to-day operations and will have

    a hands-on and proactive approach to all aspects of division operations.

  • THE COMMUNITYWith a population of more than 1.43 million residents, the City of San Diego is California’s second-largest city and the eighth-largest city in the United States. San Diego is a safe and beautiful city, rich in culture and entertainment. With its great weather, major attractions, and miles of sun-soaked coastline and sandy beaches, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best tourist destinations and a great place to relax year-round. San Diego’s proximity to Mexico provides a rich, multicultural environment. The City is one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse places in the nation, with more than 100 languages spoken by residents.

    A warm, year-round climate makes the City an ideal place to enjoy many outdoor activities, including water sports, major tourist attractions, annual festivals, professional sports, community fairs and parades, and events at more than 240 city parks and recreation centers. There are also plenty of indoor attractions, with an abundance of museums, art galleries, concert halls, and state and movie theaters. San Diego is home to major attractions that include the San Diego Zoo, Old Town State Park, Birch Aquarium at Scripps, SeaWorld, and the Cabrillo National Monument. Balboa Park, renowned for its beautiful gardens, art galleries and international culture associations, is an urban expanse that also houses the largest concentration of museums on the West Coast. For sports enthusiasts, San Diego is home to teams in Major League Baseball (Padres), the American Hockey League (Gulls), and Major Arena Soccer League (Sockers). San Diego State University and the University of San Diego have several NCAA Division I Teams.

    San Diego is also where education, research, and innovation come together. The City is home to cutting-edge businesses for telecommunications, biotechnology, software, electronics, and other major innovative industries. In 2014, Forbes called San Diego the “Best Place to Launch a Startup.” The City was also named among the “World Smart Cities” by National Geographic in 2015. San Diego has the most-patented Sports and Active lifestyle sector companies in the region and the highest concentration of military/defense assets in the world. The City is rated among the top life science and biosciences locations and has 80-plus educational and research institutes in the region including the University of California at San Diego—one of the world’s leading public health research universities, and San Diego State University—one of the nation’s premier urban research universities. Technology companies, organizations dedicated to research and development, along with a highly educated and skilled workforce, has helped the San Diego region establish its reputation as a hub for innovation.

    With all that the City has to offer, San Diego is a great place to raise a family. The median age of San Diego’s population is 34.7, with 25 percent of its residents under the age of 20 and only 12 percent age 65 and over (SANDAG). From coastlines to inland valleys, the City offers a wide array of housing opportunities including apartments, first-time buyer condominiums, suburban single-family homes, and luxury oceanfront or rural estates. Several school districts serve the City’s student population, with both public and private schools available throughout the City and County. The healthcare system in San Diego County is among the best in the nation for quality and costs of health-care. There are 26 accredited hospitals with more than 8,000 beds available and AMA residency programs at six (6) hospitals. San Diego is also a shopper’s paradise and has many regional and commu-nity shopping centers and

    shopping districts throughout the City, including more than 30 unique neighborhood business districts.

    A world-class city, San Diego offers an unsurpassed quality of life. Its unique geography, strong economy, diverse population, great educational institutions, premier healthcare system, and safe neighborhoods, makes San Diego an ideal place to live, work, and play.

    THE ORGANIZATIONIncorporated in 1850, San Diego is a charter city under a Strong Mayor form of government. The Mayor is the chief executive officer of the City, with the duty to oversee the administrative affairs of the City. The Mayor proposes the City budget, appoints City department heads, and has veto authority over most legislative and budgetary matters. The nine-member City Council has legislative authority in the City, including approving the City’s annual budget, adopting local laws, and setting public policy.

    The Mayor is elected by voters citywide, while Councilmembers are elected by those voters living in the district served by each Councilmember. The Mayor and Council-members serve four-year terms and are limited to two consecutive terms.

    As one of the region’s largest employers, the City has a Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget of approximately $3.918 billion and employs approximately 11,000 highly dedicated em-ployees.

    The City’s Mission is: “To Effectively Serve and Support Our Communities.” The City’s core values are Integrity, Service, People, and Excellence. The City’s Vision is “A World-Class City for All.”

    THE DEPARTMENTThe Development Services Department (DSD) is comprised of eight (8) divisions that provide review, permit, inspection, program oversight, and code enforcement services for private and public development projects throughout the City of San Diego. Whether it’s construction, renovation, or changing the use of a building in part or in its entirety, DSD assists customers with development projects in a timely manner to ensure compliance with all applicable regu-lations, ensuring all City neighborhoods continue to be healthy, safe, and livable for all residents, visitors, and businesses.

    The Building Construction and Safety Division is comprised of building project plan review, ministerial proj-ect management, and inspection services sections.

    • The plan review section reviews proposed devel-opments for compliance with the City and State code of regulations including accessibility, electrical, fire pro-tection, life safety, mechanical, noise, plumbing, smoke control, solar photovoltaic, structural, and sustainability.

    • The inspection services section inspects construction of private development for compliance with City and State code of regulations including accessibility, fire protection, life safety, mechanical, plumbing, smoke control, solar photo-voltaic, structural, sustainability, and construction stormwater best management practices. It also provides inspection of the Utilities Undergrounding Program, issues permits, and inspects mobile home parks.

    • The ministerial project management section manages complex and phased developments and assists both staff and customers in conflict resolution.

    THE POSITIONUnder the direction of the Assistant Director of Development Services, the Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will plan, organize, and manage the operations of the Building Construction & Safety Division. This position will include oversight of the plan check, ministerial project management, and inspection sections within the division. In this role, the Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will provide enforcement and interpretation of the California Building Code and local building codes, ordinances, and regulations related to the health and safety of the citizens of the City as it relates to the construction, use, and occupancy of structures.

    The Deputy Director - Chief Building Official will provide leadership in the development, implementation, and assessment of operational goals, policies, and procedures as they relate to the division and department. The incumbent must be able to effectively manage the business and inspection functions of the division while working collaboratively with the community, stakeholders, and other City departments.

    Additional functions include but are not limited to:

    • Selects, trains, motivates, and directs division personnel; evaluates and reviews work for acceptability and conformance with division and department standards, including program and project priorities; works with employees on performance issues; implements discipline and termination procedures; responds to staff questions and concerns.

    • Contributes to the overall quality of the department’s service by developing, reviewing, and implementing policies and procedures to meet legal requirements and agency needs; continuously monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; assesses and monitors the distribution of work, support systems, and internal reporting relationships; identifies opportunities for improvement; directs the implementation of change.

    • Manages performance management program; works with management and staff to address performance concerns including drafting and/or reviewing Performance Plans (PP); reviews and provides input on performance appraisals, provides supervisors with guidance on providing performance feedback.

    • Conducts regular divisional and one-on-one meetings with staff to discuss current and future divisional concerns and activities; presents and resolves various issues and problems; provides guidance to staff on various work processes.

    • Prepares and/or reviews various management and information updates, and reports on spe-cial projects as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director of Development Services.

    • Attends senior management and executive management meetings as required; attends and participates in professional group meet-ings if needed, and stays abreast of new code changes, trends and innovations in the fields of building construction and other pertinent areas under this position.

    • Responds to difficult and sensitive public inquiries and complaints and assists with resolutions and alternative recommendations.

    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

    The City of San Diego is seeking a strong leader who is passionate, highly motivated, organized, a team player, and someone who has a high level of

    political acumen. The se-lected candidate will have a

    positive influence on day-to-day operations and will have a

    hands-on and proactive approach to all aspects of division operations.

    The ideal candidate will have sound working knowledge of the California Building Code that governs the building profession and be adept at finding creative but code-compliant solutions. The City is looking for an individual that can effectively lead a diverse group of professionals and has demonstrated experience in making public presentations to Council members and other boards and commissions. The ideal candidate will be someone who listens, is approachable and accessible, and committed to creating a

    With its great weather, major attractions, and miles of sun-soaked coastline and sandy beaches, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best

    tourist destinations and a great place to relax

    year-round.

    The selected candidate will have

    a positive influence on day- to-day operations and will have

    a hands-on and proactive approach to all aspects of division operations.

  • INVITES YOUR INTEREST IN THE POSITION OF

    DEPUTY DIRECTOR - Chief Building Official

    teamwork environment in which ideas and feedback are encouraged, valued, and supported.

    The ideal candidate must be able to accomplish goals with a high degree of diplomacy and sound independent judgment while working in a fast-paced, politically charged environment. The incoming Deputy Director - Chief Building Official must be a forward-thinking leader that will embrace change as the depart-ment continues to roll out its digital submittal and review process through the implementation of the Digital DSD program.

    Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in engineering, construction management, architecture, public or business administration, or a related field and five (5) years of increasingly responsible management experience in a large public agency with three (3) years in a supervisory capacity. A Master’s degree is preferred but not mandatory.

    COMPENSATIONThe annual salary range for the incoming Deputy Director - Chief Building Official is $139,000-$155,000; placement within this range is dependent upon qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. The City does not participate in Social Security. Benefits include the following:

    Retirement Savings Plan

    • Mandatory Defined Contributions Plans - Eligible employees originally hired on or after July 20, 2012 will be automatically enrolled in the mandatory portion of the Supplemental Pension Savings Plan – Hourly (SPSP-H) at a pre-tax contribution rate of 9.2 percent. Employee contributions are matched 100 percent by the City.

    • Voluntary Defined Contribution Plans - participation in 401(k) and 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plan.

    • Retiree Medical Trust Plan - Employees enjoy a defined contribution retiree medical trust plan to save for health insurance and/or medical expenses upon retirement. Non-safety employees hired on or after July 1, 2009 are required to contribute .25 percent of base salary to this plan. The City matches the employee’s contribution. Contributions are 100 percent vested upon hire.

    Health

    • Flexible Benefits Plan (FBP) - Cafeteria plan with FBP credits up to $17,771 per fiscal year (depending on medical plan and coverage); with option to waive at $9,977 per fiscal year.

    • Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) - Pre-tax contributions from gross pay applied to qualifying expenses (Dental/Medical/Vision and Dependent/Child Care.)

    Life Insurance

    • Basic Life Insurance - $50,000 paid for by the City.

    • Portable Life Insurance - Guaranteed issue when you initially apply for life insurance benefits for yourself at $250,000 or your spouse/domestic partner at $50,000. You may apply for a policy up to $500,000, however, Evidence of Insurability will be requir-ed, and the application is subject to approval by Hartford Insurance Group Policy.

    Leave Benefits

    • Holidays - 10 holidays ob-served in a calendar year.

    • Floating Holiday - Eight hours in a fiscal year.• City-Awarded Discretionary Leave - Up to

    twenty-four hours in a fiscal year.• Annual Leave - First year employment

    through year 15, leave accrual equals 6.77 hours for each biweekly pay period (equivalent to 22 eight-hour days each 52 weeks). Year 16 and beyond, leave accrual equals 8.31 hours for each biweekly pay period (equivalent to 27 eight-hour days each 52 weeks).

    • Pay-in-Lieu of Annual Leave - Convert annually up to 125 hours of accrued leave to cash and receive payment the following calendar year.

    • Jury Duty (Court Leave) - Paid time off to serve as a juror.

    • Bereavement Leave - Up to 40 hours of paid leave each fiscal year.

    • Alternative Work Schedule - Available depend-ing on position.

    For more information about the benefits package offered by the City, please contact Bob Murray & Associates at www.bobmurrayassoc.com.

    TO APPLYIf you are interested in this opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online.

    Filing Deadline: August 14, 2020

    Following the closing date, resumes will be screened according to the qualifications outlined above. The most qualified candidates will be invited to personal interviews with Bob Murray and Associates. Candidates will be advised of the status of the recruitment following finalist selection. Finalist interviews will be held with the City of San Diego. A select group of candidates will be asked to provide references once it is anticipated that they may be recommended as finalists. References will be contacted only following candidate approval.

    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Joel Bryden at:

    (916) 784-9080

    The City of San Diego has an active Equal Opportunity/ADA Program for employment and vigorously supports

    diversity in the workplace.