The Central Keystone Council of Governments will be holding their annual General Membership meeting via Zoom this year. For a copy of the meeting Agenda, click here – 2020 General Membership Agenda
You must download the Zoom app to join or view the meeting, click the link below to and follow the instructions.
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Meeting ID: 820 7936 9658
The Central Keystone Council of Governments is pleased to welcome our newest Member Municipality, Howe Township, Perry County. Our staff looks forward to meeting the unique challenges of this new Municipality and delivering professional, efficient, and cost-effective inspection services to their residents.
Howe Township will be utilizing both UCC Building Permit and Zoning services, and we anticipate this “one-stop shop” will streamline the permitting process for township residents as it has in our other full-service Municipalities. CKCOG Code Enforcement staff will also be enforcing the Township Property Maintenance Code to help ensure a safe and sanitary atmosphere for residents.
If you are a resident of any of these Municipalities and have questions regarding our services, please contact us by phone at 570-522-1326/1-877-457-9401 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Keystone Council of Governments
Commercial Plans Examiner
The Central Keystone Council of Governments is currently accepting applications for an ICC/UCC Certified Commercial Plans Examiner to perform plan reviews of industrial, commercial buildings and structures in various stages of construction, repair and alteration. Plans examiners ensure that buildings are designed in compliance with all applicable codes and regulations, currently being enforced by the PA Uniform Construction Code/Act 45.
Required Duties: Review and approve all building plans and specifications to ensure they comply with the PA UCC/Act 45 building codes. Learn and apply specific code provisions, ordinances and regulations enforced by CK-COG. All other duties deemed necessary by the employer. Employee must be self-motivated and be able work unsupervised and stay on task.
Required Skills: The employee must be able to use basic office equipment, have a basic skill level with computers and be able to read and understand architectural and engineered plans. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing with owners, builders and design professionals. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all.
Required Knowledge: Principles and techniques of building code compliance. General building code provisions including the ICC Building Code, plumbing, electrical and mechanical codes, as well as accessibility codes. Construction trade principles, practices and procedures including carpentry, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and heating/air conditioning. Accepted safety standards and practices in building construction. Basic arithmetic.
Physical Requirements: Must be able to stand, sit, twist and reach for office equipment, intermittently walk, bend, climb, kneel, squat and lift and carry up to 50 pounds while conducting plan reviews and field inspections.
Experience and Education: Three years of journey level experience in building trades or building construction – OR – one year of experience as an PA/UCC or ICC Certified Building Plans Examiner with a third party or local governmental agency performing tasks as described. High school diploma or equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. Additional education is preferred but not required.
License or Certificate: Must possess the following PA/UCC certifications or be able to obtain within (12) months of hire date. Additional Certifications a plus.
#15 – Building Insp.
#24 – Comm. Building Plans Examiner
#19 – Electrical Insp.
#25 – Comm. Electrical Plans Examiner
#20 – Mechanical Insp.
#26 – Comm. Mechanical Plans Examiner
#21 – Plumbing Insp.
#27 – Comm. Plumbing Plans Examiner
#28 – Comm. Energy Plans Examiner
#23 – Accessibility Insp/Plans Examiner
Possession of a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.
Applicants must submit a Cover letter and resume to the CK-COG, attention: Director. The most qualified applicants will be invited to appear for an interview before the Director.
Resumes will be accepted at the office at 1610 Ind Blvd., Suite 400A, Lewisburg. PA 17837 or by mail or by email at email@example.com. A PA State Police Background Check and PA Child Abuse History Clearance, will be required prior to hire.
The Central Keystone Council of Governments is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
- Full Family Health insurance (nominal cost to employee)
- 35 – hour work week
- Paid vacation and most holidays
- Sick leave/Short-term Disability
- Life Insurance
- Retirement w/Employer match
- Educational incentive
- Exceptional starting salary
- Starting salary will depend upon experience and qualifications
COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
April 2, 2020
Please note: Due to Social Distancing requirements, this month’s Board meeting is being held via Zoom, NOT in our office. If you would like to participate, please click the Comments/Concerns link below to send a comment directly to our Director, Rodney Neitz.
CALL TO ORDER
- Minutes of the March 5, 2020 Executive Board Meeting
- Treasurer’s Report of March 2020
- Update on Commercial Plan Review Position
- Gerald Lloyd passed Residential Mechanical Exam 3/12/2020
- Discussion on Office Operations
BUILDING CODES/PROPERTY MAINTENANCE/ZONING REPORT
- Motion to hold/cancel work session on April 16, 2020 @ 4:30 pM
- Legal / Personnel (if needed)
It is with deepest regret that the Central Keystone Council of Governments informs its members of the untimely passing of our Director, Mr. Chad Smith. Chad passed on Saturday, January 19th, 2019 from a heart attack.
We ask that you keep Chad’s family in your thoughts and prayers.
Executive Board President
Please note that due to the upcoming Holiday Season, inspection scheduling will be impacted on the following days:
Monday, December 24th – CLOSED
Tuesday, December 25th – CLOSED
Tuesday, January 1st – CLOSED
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