Like to tell people what they can and can't do?
Then this is the job for you.
The City of Imperial Beach is looking for a new Code Compliance Officer to enforce the city's municipal code.
The last Code Compliance Officer David Garcias left the position this summer.
Since a code compliance officer tells residents and businesses what they have to do on their own property, they are often one of the most despised people in local government.
Garcias was described by people as while others call his work a necessary aspect of maintaining standards and safety.
A poll taken by IB Patch asking readers whether they believe code compliance is good for Imperial Beach, 47 percent said "yes" and 53 percent said "no."
Code Compliance Officers must also work with the sheriff's department, planning department and community and respond to residents' complaints.
To quality, you must have at least two years of experience in inspection, law enforcement, public administration or a related field.
Unlike when Garcias had the job, Code Compliance Officer is now a part-time position, comes with a maximum of 1,000 hours per fiscal year and has no benefits. Pay is $20-26 an hour.
Applications must be submitted by Oct. 29 at 5:30 p.m.
To learn more, see the attached PDF or visit the Employment page on the city's website.