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The District of Mission is seeking an experienced, self-motivated individual to enforce the municipality’s parking regulations and policies. This position will involve extensive public relations contact which requires the exercise of independent judgment, action, tact and diplomacy.
Responsibilities may include:
- Performing patrols and enforcing parking related bylaws on assigned City streets, lanes and parking lots to ensure vehicles are parked in compliance with municipal bylaws.
- Interpreting bylaws, regulations and applicable statutes to the public.
- Investigating public complaints regarding illegally parked vehicles, providing exceptional customer service and preparing reports.
- Issuing warnings, informations, and bylaw violation notices; arranging for the removal of unlawfully parked vehicles.
- Investigating parking violations, and chalk tires where parking signs stipulate parking restrictions are subject to regulation.
- Contacting towing companies for the removal of illegally parked vehicles on municipal streets and in parks.
- Responding to calls or inquiries and investigating complaints regarding parking infractions and violations related to secondary suites.
- Communicating with bylaw enforcement officers in operational and emergency situations for assistance in enforcing bylaws.
- Maintaining an officer’s notebook; and preparing and maintaining records related to the work.
- Preparing correspondence to residents and others to address parking-related issues.
- May be required to appear in court as a witness in connection with traffic violations issued.
As the ideal candidate, you will have completed Bylaw Compliance, Enforcement and Investigative Skills Level 1 and 2 courses through the Justice Institute of British Columbia and will have previous experience related to inspection or enforcement work.
You will have excellent organizational skills; the ability to problem-solve; work independently and you will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. You will also be a proficient user of Microsoft Office (Word and Excel). You will have a valid Class 5 driver’s license and a clean Criminal Record.
This position requires the flexibility to work evenings and weekends. The hours of work will vary based on operational need. The hourly wage rate for this full-time CUPE position is $29.84 plus a comprehensive benefit package including the Municipal Pension Plan (MPP).
If this position is for you, please apply via the Careers page on our website www.mission.ca/careers (Job ID 2020-02) by Monday, January 27, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.
We thank all interested candidates however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.