The City of Springfield, Missouri, seeks a collaborative leader with a high level of discernment and knowledge in the building development industry for its next Director of Building Development Services.
The ideal candidate for the Director of Building Development Services will demonstrate strong leadership and the ability to lead a team of 30+ professionals who provide a wide range of services to Springfield businesses, homeowners, landlords, tenants, contractors, and developers. This position is critical to business and residential development throughout the City and serves as a liaison to multiple community groups and organizations. Building Development Services continues to focus on providing progressive, easy-to-use services to the Springfield community. Additionally, the position ensures safety through overseeing the enforcement of municipal ordinances and codes for construction of privately-owned improvements, and zoning regulations.
The City of Springfield offers a competitive salary and benefits package including:
No cost employee-only health insurance
Pension through the Local Government Employee Retirement System (LAGERS) with no employee contribution and vesting after five years
Deferred Compensation 457(b) Plan
Generous leave time benefits including holidays and floating holidays, vacation, sick, and exempt leave.
Car allowance of $430 per month
Requires graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture, Civil or Mechanical Engineering, Construction Science, Construction Management, Business Management, or a related field.
Bachelor's Degree with current multiple and appropriate ICC building, commercial, and residential certifications.
At least five years of related responsible professional work experience, including supervisory and management level experience.
Located in scenic southwest Missouri, Springfield is the third largest city in the state and has everything you need - a plentiful and growing job market, great schools, world-class health care, and all the entertainment and cultural trappings of a big city.