POSITION OPENING Part-time Electrical Sub-Code Official The Township of Denville is currently seeking a qualified individual to serve as part-time Electrical Sub-Code Official in the Construction Department. This position shall be part-time, Monday to Friday, for an estimated 20 – 25 hours per week. Salary: Depending upon experience/qualifications. General Job Duties: 1. Perform all electrical sub-code plan reviews and site inspections to ensure compliance with applicable codes; 2. Maintain orderly records and ensure all paperwork is completed in a timely manner; 3. Be able to effectively and courteously interact with contractors and residents both in person and on the telephone to answer their questions and address their concerns; 4. Perform other duties as assigned or as required. Minimum Job Requirements: 1. Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. 2. Must possess a valid NJ DCA – HHS Electrical Sub-code/Inspector License and a valid driver’s license. 3. Multiple Uniform Construction Code (UCC) licenses a plus. Applications are available at the Township of Denville, Administration Office, 1 St. Mary’s Place, Denville, NJ 07834. Applications and/or resumes must be submitted to the above listed location. Job posting open until filled. The Township of Denville is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants shall be given full consideration.
Our annual golf outing was held on September 25th at the Farmstead Country Club and deemed to be another huge success. Proceeds are used for our Scholarship fund which helps our children while attending college. Many thanks to Ernie Sisco and his committee for their hard work in making the outing the success it always turns out to be.
Contractor Registration took effect January 1, 2006
The official text of New Jersey Statutes can be found through the home page of the New Jersey Legislature http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/ New Jersey Statutes Annotated (N.J.S.A.), published by Thomson West, provides the official annotated statutes for New Jersey.The statutes in PDF form provided on this website by the Division of Consumer Affairs are unofficial courtesy copies, which may differ from the official text. Although every effort is made to ensure that the text of the courtesy copies is identical to the official version, if any discrepancies exist between the text on this website and the official version, the official version will govern.
The By Law amendment underlined in Article III Meetings, Section 3 below, and newly added section 4 Article VI found below are now permanent sections in our By Laws.
|SECTION 1:||General membership meetings of this Association shall be held nine (9) times during the calendar year. The meetings will be on the first Wednesday of February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, and December. In the absence of rules of procedure established by this Board of Directors, Robert’s Rules of Order, latest edition, shall prevail for the conduct of meetings.|
|SECTION 2:||All required notices to be sent to any member may be sent by regular or electronic mail, prepaid, directed to him or her at his or her residence or place of business, and such mailing shall be presumptive evidence of service thereof.|
|SECTION 3:||The organization’s official mailing address shall be
The second proposed amendment adds new Section 4 that clarifies the calendar year for the Association which runs from January 1st through December 31st.
|SECTION 1:||The annual dues for each class of membership shall be as follows:
Active Member $50.00 per year
Associate Member $50.00 per year
|SECTION 2:||Dues shall be payable by the first meeting of each calendar year.|
|SECTION 3:||Any person who defaults in payment of the full amount due in the time prescribed shall forfeit his rights to the privileges enjoyed by members in good standing of the Association.|
|SECTION 4:||The calendar year of the Association shall run from January 1st thru December 31st.
The third proposed amendment makes a grammatical change in one sentence found in Article VIII Section 4.
|SECTION 4:||Unless otherwise stipulated by these by-laws, all decisions of the Board shall require a simple majority vote by those members of the Board who are present at any regular Board meeting, the time and place of which
Let any Board member know if you are interested in serving on one of BPMIA’s committees. See the available committees on the committees page.
Also let us know if there are topics of discussion, or concerns you would like presented at a regular Association meeting.
To all UCC instructors; make a BPMIA regular meeting a field trip/class for your students. They can network with colleagues and get their names out there for possible future employment and hopefully join our ranks to make our association membership strong. Hand outs should include a membership application.
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Classes required for DCA / UCC licensing will start in February 2020, but only if there are enough students to run a class. Call the number below if you are interested in continuing your education for licensure by the State of New Jersey as code officials.
Steps Toward Licensing
- Sub-Code Official (Administrative)
- Construction Code Official (Administrative)
- RCS – Residential Commercial Structures (Building Inspector licensure)
- ICS – Industrial Commercial Structures
- HHS – Hazardous High-rise Structures
Attendance requirements are mandated for each course by the state; however, attendance does not ensure licensing. Prerequisites for all courses will be enforced by the Licensing Bureau, New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs.
After successfully completing each of the required courses, please contact Experior Assessments (800) 864-5309, for a candidate guide (a licensing requirement), which will enable you to sit for the State/National exam.
For information on how to apply for your license, contact the New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs, Bureau of Construction Code Services by calling (609) 984-7834.
• The New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs offers students a 75% reimbursement of the tuition for qualified applicants. If you have any questions about qualifying for any of these courses, then you must talk to the Department of Community Affairs before you register! There are no refunds once classes are started.
Please register early. For more information, please call (201) 447-7488. You can register over the phone!
Go to the League of Municipalities web site in their classified ad section to see a complete listing of municipal jobs available in the State of New Jersey.
Part-time Electrical Sub-Code Official
The Township of Denville is currently seeking a qualified individual to serve as part-time Electrical Sub-Code Official in the Construction Department. This position shall be part-time, Monday to Friday, for an estimated 20 – 25 hours per week.
Salary: Depending upon experience/qualifications.
General Job Duties:
- Perform all electrical sub-code plan reviews and site inspections to ensure compliance with applicable codes;
- Maintain orderly records and ensure all paperwork is completed in a timely manner;
- Be able to effectively and courteously interact with contractors and residents both in person and on the telephone to answer their questions and address their concerns;
- Perform other duties as assigned or as required.
Minimum Job Requirements:
- Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Must possess a valid NJ DCA – HHS Electrical Sub-code/Inspector License and a valid driver’s license.
- Multiple Uniform Construction Code (UCC) licenses a plus.
Applications are available at the Township of Denville, Administration Office, 1 St. Mary’s Place, Denville, NJ 07834. Applications and/or resumes must be submitted to the above listed location. Job posting open until filled.
The Township of Denville is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants shall be given full consideration.
Good afternoon everyone,
I was asked to pass along the following job vacancy announcement for Subcode Official positions within the Division of Codes & Standards. Please note that the positions are for the following technical areas: Building, Electrical, Elevator, Plumbing and Fire Protection, and also, require the related HHS level technical license. Please click this link to access the announcement:
An Act concerning construction permits for the installation of wheelchair ramps on residential real property and amending P.L. 1975, C.2l 7.
AN ACT concerning construction permits for the installation of wheelchair ramps on residential real property and amending P.L.1975, c.2l 7.
BE IT ENACTED by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New J ersey:
I. Section 13 of P.L.1975, c.217 (C.52:27D-131) is amended to read as follows:
C.52:27D-131 Construction permits: application, approval. expiration, cancellat ion, extension.
13. a. The enforcing agency shall examine each application for a construction permit. If the application conforms with this act, the code, and the requirements of other applicable laws and ordinances. the enforcing agency shall approve the application and shall issue a construction permit to the applicant. Every application for a construction permit shall be granted, in whole or in part, or denied within 20 business days, unless the application is limited to the construction of a ramp designed to provide wheelchair access to a one or two unit dwelling, and required for such access by a resident of the dwelling, in which case the permit shall be granted or denied within five busi ness days. If appl ication is denied in whole or in part, the enforcing agency shall set forth the reasons therefor i n writing. If an enforcing agency fails to grant, in whole or in part, or deny an application for a construction permit within the period of time prescribed herein. such failure shall be deemed a denial of the application for purposes of an appeal to the construction board of appeals unless such period of time has been extended with the consent of the applicant. The enforcing agency may approve changes in plans and specifications previously approved by it, if the plans and specifications when so changed remain in conform ity with law. Except as otherwise provided in this act or the code, the construction or alteration of a building or structure shall not be commenced until a construction permit has been issued. The construction of a building or structure shall be in compliance with the approved application for a construction permit; and the enforcing agency shall insure such compliance in the manner set forth in section 14 of this act.
The commissioner, after consultation with the code advisory board, may. for certain classes or types of occupancy posing special or unusual hazard s to public safety. establish regulations designating the department as the enforcing agency for purposes of approving plans and specifications. A municipal enforci ng agency shall not grant an occupancy permit for any such class or type of construction unless the applicant submi ts appropriate plans and specifications certified or approved by the department. Upon submission by an appl icant of such certified approved plans and specifications, the enforcing agency shall recognize the approval when deciding whether to approve the application for a construction permit.
- A construction permit. issued in accordance with the foregoing provisions, pursuant to which no construction has been undertaken above the foundation walls within one year from the ti me of issuance. shall expire.
- The enforcing agency may revoke or cancel a construction permit in the event the project for which the permit is obtained is not completed by the third anniversary of the date of issuance of the construction permit. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law.rule or regulation to the contrary, the enforcing agency may revoke or cancel a construction permit in effect on the effective date of P.L.2001 , c.457 (C.52:27D- 131.l et al.). if the project for which the construction permit was obtained is not completed by the third anniversary of the effective date of P.L.2001 , c.457 (C.52:27D- I 31. l et al.).
P.L.2015, CHAPTER 159
- If the project for which the permit is obtained is not completed by a deadline set forth in this section, the permittee may submit a request for an extension of the permit to the enforcing agency for review. The enforcing agency may extend the permit for a period of one year. Approval of the extension shall not be unreasonably withheld. Denial of a request for an extension may be appealed to the county construction board of appeals established pursuant to section 9 of P.L.1975 , c.217 (C.52:270-127). If a project is not completed within the deadline set forth in this section, the enforcing agency shall take all appropriate action up to and including demolition of the uncompleted structure.
The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to a permi t obtained : ( 1) to construct
improvements to the interior of a residential property in which the permittee is currently residing that are not visible from the outside of the residential property, (2) for any building of which the extetior and all required site improvements have been fully constructed, or (3) for a project while that project is under the control of a mortgagee in possession.
The enforcing agency may suspend, revoke or cancel a construction permit in case of neglect or failure to comply with the provisions of this act or the code, or upon a finding by it that a false statement or representation has been made in the application for the construction permit.
2. This act shall take effect immediately.
Approved December 2, 2015.