Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Staffing Update From the City June 11 2019

The City has released the following service delivery update –

Thank you for your continued support and patience during this time. We recognize how important and necessary service delivery is to our community – especially given this busy time for construction and are doing everything in our power to move forward in a timely, cost effective manner.

STAFFING UPDATE

Building Services

Recruitment for two Building Inspector positions, including one for the Building Services Manager is ongoing.

The positions are advertised on CivicInfo BC to increase the reach of the job postings to those working in local government as well as on our website. Please feel free to share with anyone you think might be interested.

Corporate Administration

Mr. Chabot has resigned from the City of Revelstoke in order to pursue other opportunities. The City sincerely wishes him well in his future endeavors.

Dawn Low, Director of Corporate Administration has been appointed Interim Chief Administrative Officer.

Engineering

Mr. Thomas has resigned from the City of Revelstoke in order to pursue other opportunities. The City thanks Mr. Thomas for his years of service and contributions to community infrastructure projects and the advancement of asset management and sincerely wishes him well in his future endeavors.

Recruitment for a Director of Engineering and Public Works will begin this week.

We have enlisted an outside Engineering firm for third party review on larger projects.

INTERIM SUPPORT

A Registered Building Official will be assisting the City with building services including permitting and inspections during the last week of June and will be scheduled for this time.

Building permit applications are being reviewed by a private consultant for both Part 3 and Part 9 for building permit issuance. This expedites the turnaround for those applications that are complete and have no land use issues.

An amendment to the Building Bylaw will be considered for Adoption by Council on June 18th to permit registered professionals to undertake field inspections and code compliance.

The process to use registered professionals will be issued shortly by Development Services.

The Director of Development Services has initiated a departmental review to ensure efficient and effective processes and use of City resources.

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