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Provide public education and enforcement of all municipal bylaws with focus on the top 7 priority bylaws Coordinate the investigation and inspection of a customer issue/complaint with a goal of resolving recurring bylaw offences Provide public assistance and supporting evidence in the prosecution of municipal bylaw offences/dispute adjudication process Conduct foot and bike patrol to educate and enforce bylaws and be a visible presence downtown (ie. During Market) Liaise with other city departments, regulatory and safety agencies such as the RCMP, Fire Department, community partners, etc. to resolve issues collaboratively Monitor resident only parking zones Monitor school zones for parking/Traffic Bylaw violations Monitor effectiveness of the parking strategy and provide recommendations to Bylaw Services Supervisor Collects coin from parking meters and pay stations and delivers to bank Repairs and maintains parking meters and pay stations Manage all assigned calls for service- input notes, evidence and photographs Maintains notes and data, and prepares and delivers written and verbal reports as requested by Bylaw Services Supervisor Assist with customer bylaw inquiries including front counter response as required (ie. In absence of Bylaw Intake Administrator)
Completion of Grade 12, supplemented by Bylaw I and/or Bylaw II certification (Justice Institute of British Columbia or equivalent) Conflict management training Undergo and pass a Police Information Check, Vulnerable Sector Valid Class 5 BC Driver's License, 3-5 year's experience dealing with the public in a municipal regulatory capacity Knowledge of municipal bylaws and penalties Knowledge of Bylaw Officer/Peace Officer authority, rules of evidence, adjudication process, and court proceedings Superior people management skills Superior communication skills (oral and written) Intermediate to advanced computer skills and knowledge of computer systems for gathering, tracking, and recording investigative information
If you are seeking a challenging opportunity and possess the above mentioned qualifications, we would love to hear from you! We welcome your cover letter and resume by July 5, 2020.
Relief (hours will vary) (8 hours/day)
$29.18 to $32.34 per hour (Pay Grade 11, CUPE)
Additional 14.75% in lieu of benefits and vacation
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