Parking Bylaw Enforcement Officer Required in Langley, BC

By | April 18, 2011

Job Title: Parking Bylaw Enforcement Officer – Township of Langley
Organization: Township of Langley
Conditions: Regular, Full-time
Competition File # U045
Location: Langley, BC
Web Site: tol.ca

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Fasten together with a “Community of Communities” – the Township of Langley, residence to over 100,000 inhabitants, is dedicated to providing progressive business, housing, and leisure opportunities, at the same time as balancing its exclusive mix of urban expansion and rustic beauty. A really fun and striking place for employment, the Township of Langley offers viable salaries; outstanding advantage packages; civic retirement fund plan; employee wellness programs; and, chance for specialized development and career enlargement.

The Township of Langley is presently recruiting for a usual full-time Parking Bylaw Enforcement Officer to join our group of professionals in the defensive Services – Fire Division, Bylaw Department.

Tasks and Duties:
Reporting to the Manager Bylaws, you will be accountable in this unionized position for tour of duty assigned public areas, spot vehicles; issue and sign traffic tickets and caution notices for parking infractions; have unlawfully parked deserted and licensed vehicles towed to towing contractors facility after manifold tickets have been issued for frequent offences, examine complaints from the public concerning unlawfully parked and discarded vehicles in addition to deliver summon and subpoenas in support of the Township.

Requirements:
Your education will comprise Completion of Grade 12 and some connected enforcement or regulatory experience, or an equal mixture of training and experience. Sound acquaintance of the bylaws and regulations governing traffic and parking matters, information of the Township’s geographic areas, together with street layout, in addition to the aptitude to deal tactfully and decisively with the public and to exercise sound judgment and diplomacy is necessary. A valid BC Class 5 (full-privilege) driver’s license is required.

Salary:
The CUPE rate of pay for this position is $23.00 – $27.02 hourly in addition to benefits. The hours of work are non-standard hours and/or non-standard work weeks, Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00pm – 9:00pm.

If you desire to follow this exciting career in a rising community, please send your résumé quoting competition U045 together with a cover letter and copies of the appropriate certificates/designations, in confidence to:

Human Resources Division, Township of Langley
20338 65 Avenue,
Langley, BC V2Y 3J1
Fax #: 604.533.6129

PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately we are not capable to recognize resumes via email at this time. We are grateful for all applications; though, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.

Last Date: April 20, 2011