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Permit Technician job in Costa Mesa

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Organization:  Costa Mesa Sanitary District
Job Category:  Water and Sewers
Solid Waste
Engineering and Technology
Job Type:  Full Time
Country:  USA
State/Province:  California (CA)
City:  Costa Mesa
Salary and Benefits:  $47,958 to $64,269 per year plus benefits
03/14/2014

Costa Mesa Sanitary District is well recognized throughout the State of California as being an award winning organization. The District has won several awards for achieving outstanding goals in the areas of innovation, transparency, and efficiency. The District is a recipient of the 2012 District of Distinction award that recognizes special districts for their prudent fiscal practices and sound policies in the areas of governance, transparency, and continuing education. Additionally, in 2012, the District was awarded the Innovative Project of the Year award from California Special District Association for being the first public agency in California to use a new technology for assessing the condition of sewer force mains.

The ideal candidate for this position will possess knowledge of building and zoning codes, planning regulations and ordinances and related State law, engineering rules and regulations, and permit fee structures. The candidate shall possess the ability to read development plans and interpret rules and regulations and apply them to permit issuance procedures.

Under general supervision, the Permit Technician will perform:

  • Plan review, collect sewer fees, issue sewer permits, establish new trash collection accounts, and provide front counter assistance
  • Prepare environmental impact assessments, negative declarations, and notices of exemptions for District projects as per California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
  • Monitor federal, state, and local environmental regulations, prepare routine documents, reports, and filings, and maintain project records
  • Prepare annual trash and sewer rate updates through the Orange County Tax Collector
  • Coordinate imaging of sewer plans and as built plans for new sewer infrastructure


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