Ontario Construction News staff writer
The provincial government is seeking part-time members for the Building Code Commission.
The work for the adjudicative tribunal pays a per diem of $472 a day.
“The Building Code Commission holds hearings on an as needed basis – generally not more than once every two weeks,” the Public Appointments Secretariat (PAS) says. “Typically, a member would be requested to sit as a member of a hearing panel about once every two months. The Building Code Commission holds two all-member meetings a year.”
The commission’s mandate is to “hold hearings and make decisions to resolve disputes between affected parties concerning the sufficiency of compliance with the technical requirements of the Building Code. The commission also holds hearings and makes decisions regarding time period disputes for site inspections and time period disputes for processing permit applications,” the statement says.
- Comprehensive knowledge of the Act and the Building Code, an understanding of the provincial building regulatory system, and related laws and legal processes, or the ability to acquire such knowledge; and
- Relevant experience and expertise in one or more of building design and standards, engineering, architecture, building materials manufacturing, testing and industry standards.
The job posting closes on Friday. You can learn more and apply at this link.