David Smith has resigned his position as Warren County codes/ environmental officer, a position he held for four years.
The resignation is effective Aug. 31. Smith submitted his letter of resignation Aug. 6.
The purpose of the codes/ environmental officer includes, but is not limited to, performing work functions associated with enforcing the Warren County Junkyard/ Scrapyard and Landfill Act, Mobile Homes Parks Act, subdivision regulations, the Revised Airport Zoning Resolution, as well as regulations involving sexually oriented adult businesses, overgrown vegetation, and criminal littering in Warren County.
The codes/ environmental officer will maintain records of inspections, will make photographs of violations and will issue formal warnings, citations, affidavits and court disposition forms and will report directly to the county executive.
Applications and a full job description are available at the office of the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development, 107 Lyon Street. Applications will be accepted from today at noon until Monday, Aug. 27.
Salary will be based on experience.
According to the job description, the codes/ environmental codes enforcer will operate a variety of equipment including, but not limited to, radio and communications equipment, county vehicles, computer, camera and telephone.
The employee will work both indoors and outdoors with the possibility of being exposed to adverse weather conditions.