Seasonal - Code Compliance Officer/Graffiti Removal Technician
- What Success Looks Like In This Job
A Code Compliance Officer/Graffiti Removal Technician performs a variety of duties necessary to execute the County's Graffiti Removal Program and assist with the County’s Tool Shed Program. Often working independently, they execute a range of tasks involved in the removal of graffiti, the reservation of tools, delivery of tools, and the pick-up of tool shed equipment in unincorporated Adams County. This position reports to the Neighborhood Services Code Compliance Supervisor.
- Examples of Duties for Success
- Deliver exceptional customer service to the residents of Adams County.
- Monitor the graffiti and Tool Shed HOTLINES and email accounts.
- Research problems and complaints regarding graffiti in unincorporated Adams County.
- Remove graffiti from County, public, private, and commercial properties using a variety of specialized equipment and chemicals/solvents.
- Paint over graffiti using appropriate paints; match and mix paints; determine the appropriate paint-color, materials, equipment, and supplies needed to complete job.
- Remove non-approved signs and posters from County property.
- Distribute and retrieve waivers from members of the community, update County’s graffiti transparency portal.
- Provide information to the public regarding policies and procedures for the County’s graffiti removal services and tool shed program.
- Research records for legal descriptions of property, jurisdiction of property, and owner's records.
- Maintain a log of inspection and graffiti removal activities performed regarding the findings of daily inspections.
- Schedule Tool Shed reservations, deliver and Pick-up Tool Shed equipment.
- Perform inventory and minor maintenance on assigned vehicle, trailer, tools, and equipment.
- Train public on proper use of tools and safe practices.
- Perform other related duties and responsibilities as required.
- More Qualifications for Success
- Minimum of two (2) years experience in any combination of the following fields: customer service, public service, construction, labor, driving, or related.
- Lived experience with homelessness, preferably within the Denver metro area
- Preference for people enrolled in the Adams County Day Works Program
Education and Training:
Preference of High School Diploma or GED.
License or Certificate:
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Background Check: Will undergo a background check and may be considered as long as three (3) years removed from formal custody and/or supervision.
Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment:
- Work in both an office setting and field environment.
- Ability to sit, stand, walk, kneel, crouch, squat, stoop, reach, crawl, twist, climb, and lift up to 25 pounds.
- Exposure to confining space, noise, heat, cold, and dust occurs on the job.