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2014 MBOIA Code Conference Vendors:


Assistant Code Enforcement Officer - Town of Wells

The Town of Wells has a full-time job opportunity available for an interested, qualified individual to work as an Assistant Code Enforcement Officer. This position assists the Town's Code Enforcement Officer, other Assistant Code Enforcement Officers, and support staff in the equitable interpretation, administration and enforcement of the Town's zoning ordinance, shore land regulations, and Maine Uniform Building and Energy Code, and related work. Working under the supervision of the Town's Code Enforcement Officer, the individual in this position will perform a combination of office work serving the public, and field work to inspect sites, buildings, premises, and plumbing systems, along with enforcement of applicable codes.

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IRC & IBC 2009 - 2015 Significant Changes Seminar Coming to Portland and Brewer in December

MBOIA is co-sponsoring with the Department of Economic and Community Development/Maine State Fire Marshal’s office to offer ICC certified training for code officials in the following topics and locations. These will all provide full day training credits. This is intended for CEO’s, builders and design professionals.

Speaker: Steve Thomas, ICC Instructor, Colorado

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Cost: Municipality Appointed CEO - FREE | All Others - $75 per person/ per day before 12/4/15 | $100 after 12/4/15.

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Town of Durham, NH Zoning, Code Enforcement and Health Officer

DURHAM, NH (Census population 14,949 and home to the University of New Hampshire) is seeking an experienced Zoning, Code Enforcement, and Health Officer to administer and enforce all zoning, building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, energy, and health codes and all other pertinent codes and ordinances. Applicants must have a comprehensive knowledge of local Zoning, Subdivision Regulations, NH State Fire, Building, Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical, Energy, Accessibility Codes, and all land use ordinances. Engineering or Bachelor’s Degree, Technical Degree, or NHTI Building Inspector/Plan Reviewer Certificate desired, all with an emphasis in construction methods and design, engineering, or methodology courses. Experience/training desired in planning or zoning Land Use; five (5) years of commercial and residential building inspection for conformance to plans and codes in the private and public sectors. Additional years of approved work experience may be substituted for required formal education and certifications. Strong writing and interpersonal skills are essential.

This is a highly competitive salaried position (with benefits) dependent on qualifications and experience that reports directly to the Administrator.

Send resume and cover letter by 5:00 PM, October 9, 2015 to Administrative Assistant Jennie Berry, 8 Newmarket Road, Durham, NH 03824 or email to jberry@ci.durham.nh.us.

The Town of Durham is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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2015 Code Conference Presentations & Handouts Available


Presentation : Official Business Directional Signs - Chip Kelley, Maine DOT

Click here to download the presentation (Powerpoint).

ICC Chapter Update - August 2014

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International Code Council's eNews Newsletter
May 8, 2014 - Click here to view.
Click here to view archived newsletters

November 18, 2013 - Memo Re: Thermal Barriers Over Rigid Foam

Energy Code Seminary - Slides and Documents

September 2013 Issue - The Enforcer

Newsletter of the Maine Building Officials and Inspectors Association

November 2013 - International Code Council Update

June 2013 issue of International Code Council's Codes & Standards News, a building science journal from the ICC Technical Services Division

Current issues of International Code Council's ICC eNews, a publication that discusses topics of building safety, fire prevention and sustainability. Recent ICC eNews issues linked here

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September Issue - The Enforcer

Newsletter of the Maine Building Officials and Inspectors Association

Code of Honor Scholarship coming soonCode of Honor Scholarship





ICC, NFPA Create Coalition to Advance Public Safety in the Built Environment

The International Code Council and the National Fire Protection Association Launch the Coalition for Current Safety Codes

The International Code Council and the National Fire Protection Association announced the formation of the Coalition for Current Safety Codes (CCSC). The coalition will advance public safety in the built environment by advocating states and municipal jurisdictions adopt current building, fire prevention, sustainable, electrical and life safety codes.

ICC and NFPA will seek broad participation in the coalition from other SDOs, the construction and insurance industries, government and the private sector to raise awareness about the importance of and steps needed to provide up to date buildings where people live, work, play and go to school. The two associations are coming together to co-chair the coalition because of a mutual commitment to public safety and in an effort to create even broader support for the adoption of modern codes and standards.

Please consider joining the Coalition for Current Safety Codes (CCSC) by visiting the new website: http://www.coalition4safety.org

Maine Nonpoint Source Training News, Winter/Spring 2012

2009 IRC Wall Bracing Presentation

The handout from the presentation at the September 2011 meeting is being made available if you need a copy. Click here for the handout.

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