|SEIU Supervisor Exempt|
|Performs supervisory specialized investigative work enforcing Chapters 6 and 55 of the City Code. Work is performed under general supervision of the Treasury Operations Supervisor and is reviewed conferences, reports, and results obtained for adequacy and compliance with City policy. Work is sometimes performed outdoors and employee is subject to weather conditions.|
|Issues tickets to non-licenses taxicabs and "for-hire" operators and licensed operators who violate city code.
Supervises and participates in the vehicle inspections and taximeter testing.
Supervises the vehicle permitting process including pre-application process, package review and permit issuance
Supervises driver permitting process, including testing, application review, criminal history checks, finger printing, packages sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and completed packages
Reviews minutes and prepares agenda for the monthly Transportation Permit Board meeting and Vehicle for Hire Administrators meetings,
Coordinates with the Orlando Police Department and the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority regarding enforcement if taxis and vehicles for hire.
Inspects premises/operation of applicants for new or renewal licenses/permits; processes and checks licenses; provides pertinent information to applicants and the public related to contractor registration and vehicle-for-hire permits, or other licensing requirements.
Informs applicant of deviations from specifications, defective materials, and safety hazards. Answers contractor's/occupant's questions regarding violations of applicable City Codes. Advises corrective action.
Completes inspection records and reports and submits to supervisor; checks and verifies Vehicle-for-Hire Driver's criminal histories with court system.
Inspects and certifies taxi cab meters.
Assigns and supervises Vehicle-for-Hire Inspectors.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of construction terminology and techniques.
Knowledge of court terminology and techniques.
Knowledge of codes, ordinances, and laws of assigned area.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to read maps and rules and interpret their meaning and application.
Ability to visually detect code violations.
Ability to operate automobile in order to do field inspections.
Ability to walk over uneven terrain in order to conduct inspections.
Ability to enforce codes and regulations firmly. tactfully, and impartially.
Ability to interpret technical sketches and blueprints.
Ability to ascertain facts through investigation.
|High school graduate and five (5) years experience conducting filed inspections, enforcing policies, codes and ordinances. Some supervisory experience desired; or an equivalent combination of related education, training, and experience. Must possess valid Florida driver's license. Required to use own vehicle during inspections.|