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Permit Administrator

Recruiter to contact: Evon Gadsden
Job Title: Permit Administrator
Job Number: 143521
Location: Bonita Springs, FL
Compensation: DOE
Assignment Length: Contract
Description:
This is advanced, responsible, technical customer service work in the identification and issuance of required permits.
Will be responsible for providing assistance and information to customers in submitting permit applications.
Will answer customer inquiries regarding building requirements, zoning, , development orders, flood plain development requirements, coastal construction zones, contractor licensing, inspection tracking, and issuance of Certificates of Occupancy and/or Compliance
Review, process, and file plans, blueprints, specifications, and sketches presented by applicants seeking City permits
Conduct appropriate research on the following: Lots/lot splits, plats, coastal construction lines, flood zones, development orders, variances, resolutions, etc.
Perform validation of address through Property Appraiser, Tax Collector, etc.
Enter permits into computer database and verify contractor licensing, insurances, 'strap' number, ownership and zoning of parcel in GIS
Accept and invoice all payments for building/planning and zoning service.
Qualifications
High School Diploma or GED required
Advanced or specialized training in administrative support is preferred
College degree is desirable.
5 or more years of administrative support experience, with some prior experience in an administrative leadership role is preferred (8 years total experience preferred).
One year of customer service experience.
Knowledge in the areas of building plans review, permit issuance, zoning is desired.
Ability to deal with the public in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner.
Knowledge of commonly used construction terms.
Ability to perform basic mathematical skills in determining square footage, linear feet, etc.
Ability to learn associated computer systems applicable to permitting, such as GIS, EnerGov, Outlook, Word, etc.

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