About the Building Code Appeal Board
The Building Code Appeal Board tribunal, a quasi-judicial board, is enabled under the Building Act. The tribunal makes decisions and hears appeals from persons who have a dispute with a local authority having jurisdiction as to whether a matter conforms to the BC Building Code. The tribunal has a complement of the chair, one vice chair, three members, and receives administrative support from the Office of Housing and Construction Standards. The term of membership is typically three years, with possible reappointment for an additional two years. The tribunal hears approximately 20-30 applications each year, with considerable variation in content and complexity.
The Board typically meets one day each month, and some time for preparation prior to meetings should be accounted for.
About the position
Applicants for this position should possess the following attributes:
· a comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of the BC Building Code;
· be tactfully effective in the deliberations to reach consensus based rulings; and,
· participate actively in work or activities related to the work of the Board.
To minimize travel costs, preference will be given to candidates in the lower mainland area.
How To Apply
More information can be found here:
Any questions related to this posting can be directed to Junichi.Jensen@gov.bc.ca .