Parking Enforcement Officer

Job ID
18-405
# Positions
2
External Closing Date
1/22/2018
Department
Community Services
Internal Closing Date
1/22/2018
Division
Regulatory Services
Closing Time
4:30 pm EST.
Min
CAD $29.76/Hr.
Posting Type
External/Internal
Max
CAD $29.76/Hr.
Job Type
Contract
Note
 
Contract Start Date
2/5/2018
Contract End Date
2/1/2019

Overview

 

Contract:  February 2018 - 2019

Up to 24 hour/week schedule

10 hour shifts: Rotating Days and Nights

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Supervisor, Parking Control Enforcement, you will conduct vehicle, foot, and bicycle patrols of assigned areas ensuring compliance with the Town’s parking by-laws as they relate to the parking of vehicles.   Duties include issuing parking violation notices; educating the public when appropriate, arranging for the towing of vehicles in violation of the by-laws in accordance with established policies and procedures; and attending court to give evidence relating to parking violations, as required.

Qualifications

Your High School Diploma, or equivalent, plus additional relevant courses is complemented by at least one (1) year of enforcement experience. Completion of, or enrollment in, a post secondary law enforcement program would be desirable. Able to work independently with limited supervision, you can effectively work under pressure and handle difficult customer situations.  A valid Class “G” driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record are required. You demonstrate the Town’s corporate values of service, collaboration, care, and courage.  In addition, you must be available for rotating evening, weekend and statutory holiday shifts, as required.  You must be physically capable of performing duties under adverse conditions.  You must be capable of operating a Town vehicle with frequent stops that also require you to exit and enter the vehicle frequently.  You must be capable of bending in order to facilitate the chalking of vehicle tires.  You may be required to conduct foot and/or bicycle patrols.  Must be capable of passing the York Regional Police Bike Patrol Course.  The successful candidate will be asked to provide a satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Check within one month of hire. Annual checks thereafter may be required.  

 

The Town of Richmond Hill is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted to participate in the recruitment and selection process, please advise Human Resources if you require an accommodation.

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