Responsible for administering and encouraging compliance with the zoning, health, safety and nuisance codes of the Community and Community property. Provide public safety, resource and recreation protection according to applicable statutes, regulations and policies.
Communicates with Community members to build mutual trust and respect; to be helpful and supportive within the organization and in providing service to the Community. Responsible for identifying code violations within the Community; responding to complaints, and promptly and cooperatively working with residents and enterprises to resolve code violations. Issues violation notices and citations when appropriate. Reviews facts to determine if code or statute violation has occurred. Enforce all authorized regulations; enforce all authorized recreational, environmental and emerging issues and regulations; identify needs, develop methods and implement plans to detect violations; investigate complaints. Serves notice to individuals that the Business Council excludes from the Reservation. Responds to compliants of stray or dangerous animals; and assists in recovery of animals. Investigates animal bites and alleged violations, interviews witnesses, and reports violations. Examines animal licenses and inspects establishments housing animals for compliance with laws and issues warnings or summonses to violators. Maintains a variety of logs, records and written correspondence to document inspection and enforcement activities. Records facts and prepares report to document activities. Prepares and presents a Code Enforcement summary. Maintains files. Responsible for developing and presenting educational materials and/or programs to inform the public on the Community’s land use, safety and nuisance codes. Reviews, researches and recommends code modifications. Relays complaint and emergency-request information to appropriate area. Administer and monitoring urinalysis testing in accordance with Community Policy and orders from Tribal Court or another court of competent jurisdiction Maintain chain of custody records and documentation for all testing Coordinate all testing, record keeping, documentation and results reporting with appropriate SMSC Departments as directed. Collect client fees as directed
Days Monday - Friday Hiring Rate or Hiring Range $27.68 - $34.60 / based on qualifications Requirements Minimum of two years post secondary education in law enforcement/criminal justice plus 8-10 years of experience. Able to acquire Police Officer Safety Training Certification within one year of hire Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills - ability to communicate using persuasive techniques that impact and influence the actions of others by diffusing volatile situations Valid driver’s license with good driving record Must be able to pass comprehensive background check Outside 50% of shift. Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. Must have availablity to work some evenings and occasional weekends. Work schedule
(typical) 2 day on/2 days off then 5 days on/5 days off with 11.5 hour shifts. Shift time:
noon - 11:30pm
Location/Region: Prior Lake, MN