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Permit Manager


Position Requirements


Caruso Homes is a privately held home builder with 3 active Divisions.? We are looking for a Permit Manager for our Main Office in Crofton Maryland to oversee Caruso Home permitting department. The Permit Manager is responsible for all building permit activity for the Maryland Division. Duties include submitting for and obtaining building permits as well as any needed administrative duties.


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Duties And Responsibilities





  • Coordinate the preparation and submission of individual Building Permits




  • Management of Permit Coordinator




  • Procure plans from Engineers and Architects for permit applications




  • Update and maintain reports for permit status




  • Develop and maintain a list of all fees required to obtain permits in each jurisdiction




  • Meet with county officials as needed and act as liaison




  • Obtain all required approvals for permits




  • Coordinate paperwork and applications with outside consultants as necessary




  • Track permit status with the municipalities to ensure they are processed expediently to meet house start goals




  • Create start packages for the field with all pertinent information to assure homes can be constructed accurately and efficiently




  • Request services related to permit issuance and house starts (Soil borings, wall designs, electric and gas connections, etc)




    We are a growing company looking for team players to participate in our success. We offer an excellent benefits package including medical and dental.







Education And Experience Requirements





  • Associate?s Degree or equivalent from a two-year college, or equivalent combination of education and experience




  • Minimum of 1 year of permitting experience required




  • Experience with single family and townhome permitting preferred




  • Strong organizational skills and ability to set own goals and formulate methodology to achieve those goals.




  • Excellent oral and written communication skills




  • Must be able to read blue prints and site plans




  • Detail-oriented team player




  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel






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