Rental Housing Inspector 1 Spanish Language - Grade 14

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This title exists in Housing & Comm Renewal, Div of and has approximately 2 positions.

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Salary Information for Rental Housing Inspector 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Rental Housing Inspector 1 14 $51,711 $62,806
Rental Housing Inspector 1 Spanish Language 14 $51,711 $62,806
Rental Housing Inspector 2 18 $61,270 $77,912
Rental Housing Inspector 2 Spanish Language 18 $61,270 $77,912

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Job Duties

As a Rental Housing Inspector 1 (Spanish Language), you would make field inspections of housing accommodations throughout the five counties of New York City as well as in Westchester, Rockland, Nassau, and Ulster Counties. You would make these field inspections to examine and evaluate rental conditions and to obtain or verify information pertinent to the disposition of applications filed by landlords or tenants under the provisions of various rent control and rent stabilization laws and regulations. You would review assigned cases for inspection; inspect various aspects of dwellings, buildings, and accompanying property; and prepare written reports of your findings. You must be able to use an agency supplied iPad or computer system to report findings, attach photographs and diagrams. You may be required to testify in hearings regarding your findings.  You would perform the duties in areas with a high concentration of Spanish-speaking individuals.

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