Student Parking Enforcement Officer (2 Students)
Hours of work:
Normal hours of work are thirty-five (35) hours per week, usually seven (7) hour shifts with a one (1) hour unpaid meal break; shifts may include day, evening, weekend and holiday hours. Flexibility in scheduling is necessary to change shifts and/or work extra hours as required for events.
Reporting to the Building Services Manager/Chief Building Official, the Student Parking Enforcement Officer position will provide assistance in the administration and enforcement of municipal regulatory by-laws such as, but not limited to, the parking by-law, animal control by-law, sign and advertising by-law and licensing by-law within the Town of Collingwood. The position will be expected to respond to enquiries and complaints and provide superior customer service as required. The main duties and responsibilities for the position are in the areas of parking enforcement and by-law enforcement.
Experience and Qualifications:
- Enrolled in a post-secondary program in Police Foundations, Law & Security, Criminology, Law Enforcement or a related field.
- Must be capable of performing the physical requirements of the position.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows and Office applications; knowledge of parking ticket software application would be an asset.
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, public relations and conflict resolution skills.
- Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy by working independently and as part of an enforcement team.
- General understanding and appreciation of downtown and local attractions.
- Valid Class “G” driver’s license in good standing and current Driver’s abstract with results satisfactory to the Employer.
- Possess a Criminal Record & Judicial Matters Check (Level 2) with results satisfactory to the Employer, and a valid standard first aid and CPR/AED level “C” certificate (or willing to obtain).