The successful candidate for the Supervising Weights & Measures Inspector shall possess all three Weights & Measures Licenses and a minimum of five (5) years working in the enforcement of Weights and Measures laws or in the inspection, maintenance, repair, or installation of weighing or measuring instruments or equipment. This candidate must have advanced knowledge and understanding of the inspection, testing and enforcement activities used in the field of Weights & Measures to comply with the State of California and local weights and measures laws, regulations and ordinances; and the skills to perform specialized Weights & Measures assignments.
This candidate should be able to effectively communicate both orally and in written forms and be detailed oriented and possess strong organizational skills. This candidate requires strong interpersonal skills to deal tactfully in enforcement matters, establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with staff, stakeholders and other agencies. This candidate must have the ability to successfully assume a leadership role in training and inspection activities or leading and evaluating investigations, and ability to oversee, assign, evaluate, and review the work of weights and measures staff.
The ideal candidate will have an established history of investigating suspected violations in a perceptive, thorough, and well documented manner, of serving in a lead or supervisory role working in multiple assignments, and of establishing and maintaining effective working relations at all organization levels as well as with other governmental agencies, industry stakeholders and the public. This individual will have demonstrated the ability to read, understand, interpret and apply complex technical materials such as laws, regulations and rules related to weights and measures programs which requires an advanced understanding of mathematics, physics, mechanical and technical equipment. Also desired is a Deputy Sealer and/or County Sealer of Weights and Measures License issued by the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
For more information on the Ventura Agricultural Commissioner/ Weights and Measures