New Boston’s Code Enforcement Officer is leaving town. I never got a chance to meet him. For a guy who is supposed to be in charge of carrying out a Court Order to clean up a junkyard in Town, he sure has been scarce. What gives?
Here is what New Boston is looking for in the way of a replacement:
Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer
Town of New Boston
The Town of New Boston is a rural and growing community of approximately 5,400. We are seeking a qualified applicant for a part-time (20-24 hours per week), Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer and Zoning Compliance Administrator. Duties require processing of permits, a wide variety of inspections (building, plumbing, electrical mechanical etc.), as well as zoning compliance and code enforcement duties.
Excellent record keeping, organizational, written and interpersonal skills is a must. Working knowledge of ICC & NFPA Codes and NH Statutes and Administrative Rules; as well as local ordinances and regulations preferred. Certified inspector and a current background in building or related trades preferred. Successful candidate will be required to submit to a complete background check. Attendance at an occasional evening meeting required. Job description is available upon request from the Town Administrator’s Office. Compensation commensurate with experience, part-time leave benefits offered.
Interested candidates should submit a resume, three letters of reference, and a cover letter to the Town Administrator, Town of New Boston, P.O. 250, New Boston, NH 03070, or by email to email@example.com as soon as possible.
Salary Range: Approximately $23.00 -$31.00 per hour
Closing Date: Position will remain open until a suitable candidate if found. EOE
(New Boston wants a background check for a new COE? What a laugh.)
Guess who is helping New Boston find a new CEO? If you guessed PRIMEX, the Town insurance company, you would be in on the joke. PRIMEX must be providing insurance for the uninsured contractor the Town hired, without a contract or time frame, to strip Duke’s Garage of his livelihood.
John Winslow had a time frame to clean up his property – but the contractor doesn’t?