Human Resources and Job Opportunities



Building Inspector / Code Enforcement Officer

Department:   Building & Land Use

Grade:             7

Classification: Non-Exempt - Hourly



The Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer job is structured as a part-time position of up to twenty (20) hours per week. The employee provides their own transportation, maintains a record of job-related mileage and is reimbursed for that mileage. The duties of the position include maintaining the Building Department office and being available to the public to answer code-related questions. The inspector schedules and performs inspection of the projects as needed to assure code compliance and issues Certificates of Occupancy when they are completed. The inspector must possess the office skills, the interpersonal skills, and have the knowledge and physical ability to perform these tasks. The inspector is on call to evaluate structures damaged by fire or other calamity to determine if they are fit for use or need to be condemned.

Supervision Received

The Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer receives supervision from the Town Administrator.


Examples of Essential Duties

  • Be available in the office to provide application forms and information to the public.
  • Accept, review, and issue permits.

  • Coordinate activities with the Land Use Administrator.

  • Maintain records of all permits and other activity.

  • Schedule and perform required inspections to ensure code compliance.

  • Write Stop Work Orders for non-compliant work, issue and enforce the order.

  • Issue Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion for finished projects.

  • Respond to State, Federal and Insurance Rating Agency requests for data and information.

  • Provide information to the ZBA when Building Inspector decisions are appealed to them.

  • Prepare annual budget for the office in conjunction with the Town Administrator and present to the Budget Committee and the Select Board.

  • Take classes for credit to maintain certification.


Duties of the Code Enforcement Officer


  • Respond to complaints in coordination with the Select Board’s Office.

  • Write and issue orders for correction of violations of the Zoning Ordinances and/or State Regulations, in the correct legal format and with the required references to State RSA numbers for enforcement.

  • Coordinate with the Town Counsel, Health Officer, Select Board, and courts, as needed.

  • Issue sign-permit applications:

    • Evaluate applications for compliance with the Sign Ordinance.

    • Then send the application to the Planning Board for approval.

    • Issue the approved permit and inspect the installed sign.

  • Submit suggestions to the Planning Board for changes to the Zoning Ordinance.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required


  • Technical training in building trades or equivalent experience.

  • Working knowledge of ICC & NFPA codes.

  • Certification in at least one ICC category for inspectors within 180 days of employment.

  • Computer skills for research, document writing, and record keeping.

  • Ability to work independently.

  • Familiarity with the New Hampshire State Building Codes.

  • Ability to interact with contractors, the public, and other officials.

  • Ability to conduct inspections in the field.


Minimum Qualifications Required


  • Is a high school graduate.

  • Holds a valid driver's license

  • Has a vehicle for transportation.

Contact the Town Administrator’s Assistant at 603 654-3299 or [email protected].


Per‐Diem / On Call EMT/EMT‐I/AEMT/Paramedics Needed The Town of Wilton Ambulance Service is accepting applications for the position of Per‐Diem/On Call EMT/EMT‐I/AEMT and Paramedics. The Wilton Ambulance Service is a municipal ambulance service that serves approximately 7,000 citizens of the towns of Wilton, Lyndeborough and Greenfield, NH. Our call volume is approximately 650 calls per year.

Pay Scale is:
EMT’s:  $10.00 – $17.50/hour                  commensurate with experience
EMT‐I/AEMT’s:  $12.00 – $19.50/hour  commensurate with experience
Paramedics:  $18.00 - $25.50/hour            commensurate with experience

Callback time is with a two hour minimum.

Minimum qualifications for the position of On Call EMT/EMT‐I/AEMT are:
New Hampshire Provider License, or able to obtain a New Hampshire Provider License.
National Registry of EMT at the EMT, EMT‐Basic, AEMT, or EMT‐Intermediate Certification
Current American Heart Association BLS (CPR) for HCP, or American Red Cross Professional Rescuer.
Able to perform as a Paramedic up to the NHTSA’s Functional Job Analysis for EMT’s
As in NHTSA Paramedic Functional Job Analysis, up to and including (on page 2):

"Aptitudes required for work of this nature are:
Good physical stamina, endurance, and body condition that would not be adversely affected by frequently having to walk, stand, lift, carry, and balance at times, in excess of 125 pounds."

If you are interested, please download an application package from the Town of Wilton website.

Once completed, please e‐mail entire application package to [email protected]


Part Time Highway Department Employee to start immediately.  Primary duties will include plowing snow; must be available as needed.  CDL-B required; prior experience preferred.
Contact the Town Administrator’s Assistant at 603 654-3299 or [email protected]


F/T or P/T
Backhoe/Baling experience a plus
Wages based on experience
Work Tu/Th/Fri/Sat
Driver's License & Background check required
Call 603-769-9312 or visit Wilton Recycling Center
Email: [email protected]

The Town of Wilton is an equal employment opportunity employer

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