Part Time CC&R Compliance Technician (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions)
El Dorado Hills Community Services District
Location: El Dorado Hills, California
Type: Part Time
Required Education: High School
Salary: $24.96 - $31.18 Hourly
This posting is continuous until the position is filled. However, applications will be reviewed as they are submitted and the District reserves the right to close the recruitment at any time or at the time the position is filled.
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Under general supervision, performs residential site inspections and investigations to determine compliance with applicable covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&R’s); enforces CC&R’s; performs other related duties as required.
Receives general supervision from Program Supervisor or management staff. Incumbents in this class do not routinely exercise supervision.
The Compliance Technician is the class in which incumbents are expected to independently perform the full scope of assigned inspection and enforcement duties relating to CC&R’s. The work requires independence and discretion in working with the public and in conducting field inspections, and involves a proactive implementation of applicable codes and regulations. This class is distinguished from the next higher classification of Program Supervisor in that the latter is responsible for the operations of the Resident Services Division.
Examples of Duties
Performs residential site inspections and investigations to determine compliance with applicable CC&R’s.
Enforces CC&R’s and coordinates with property owners or their representatives and other regulatory agencies to take corrective action.
Performs follow-up inspections and investigation as required.
Works cooperatively with El Dorado County Code Enforcement on compliance issues.
Establishes violation case records through effective investigation methods, procedures and documentation.
Responds to complaints, gathers evidence and documents information in compliance software.
Interprets, applies, and explains applicable legal definitions and requirements contained in the District’s recorded CC&R’s to property owners, developers and tenants.
Provides procedural information to residents regarding amendment of CC&R’s.
Advises property owners on the requirements for compliance.
Explains processes and procedures for obtaining compliance.
Prepares standardized notices of violations, citations, case annotation and second notice letters.
Performs weekly tours of the District, notes new violations, and observes progress on pending violations.
Prepares written materials and reports relating to activities of CC&R enforcement, including Board and committee reports and recommendations, publicity articles, committee member solicitations, agendas, minutes and memos.
Conducts monthly Citizen’s Advisory Committee meetings and violation hearings.
Maintains clear, concise and comprehensive records and reports related to compliance activities.
Tracks violation status in compliance software.
Enters and retrieves information from records systems.
Responds to questions and concerns from the public, departmental staff and other agencies.
Provides information, resolves service issues and complaints and cooperates with other agencies.
Establishes positive working relationships with representatives of community organizations, state/local agencies, District management and staff and the public.
Performs related duties as required.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:
Equivalent to completion of the twelfth (12th) grade supplemented with 60 college units with major course work in public administration, finance, business, government, or a related field;
Two (2) years of increasingly responsible work experience and training, which provide the ability to interact with members of the public and the ability to analyze and interpret moderately complex CC&R’s.
Licenses and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid class C California driver's license.
The El Dorado Hills Community Services District was formed on May 21, 1962 by County Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 98-62 and under Government Code §61600 as an independent special district. The CSD serves a large, densely developed suburban population located east of the Sacramento County Line and mostly north of Highway 50. Major access roads/inhabited corridors include Highway 50, El Dorado Hills Boulevard, Silva Valley Parkway, Green Valley Road, Francisco Drive, Salmon Falls Road, Bass Lake Road and Latrobe Road. The EDHCSD boundary encompasses approximately 28 square miles (14,400 acres) and the District serves the most populated community in the county.
The CSD owns and manages over 294 acres of land including 138 acres of parks and 127 acres of open space. Fifteen of our parks remain undeveloped, while work on new parks continues. We have a full time staff of 26 park and recreation professionals and support staff, in addition to over 150 part time and seasonal employees.