Job Posting

Parking Enforcement Officer

Salary: $28.56/Hourly
Job Type: Part Time, Casual
Start Date: As soon as possible

Language: English
Minimum Education: High School
Positions Available: 10

NOC Group: Customer Service, Information and Related Clerks (1453)
NOC Job Title: Customer Service Agent
Expires in 15 days
Expires: 2021-08-11
Last Updated: 2021-07-21

Job Number: 685529

Job Location(s)

814 Richards Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6B 2B5, Canada

Job Description

Main Purpose & Function
Parking Enforcement Officers (PEO’s) enforce on-street parking By-Laws and programs that promote safety, the free flow of traffic, access to and availability of parking for both the public and local businesses which contributes to our City’s livability and vibrant economy.

The Parking Operations & Enforcement Branch is seeking auxiliary staff for pre-scheduled and on-call shifts (see below for requirements). The Parking Enforcement Branch operates 7 days per week, 363 days a year and is open from 06:00 – midnight.

Specific Duties & Responsibilities
PEO’s may enforce parking By-Laws and regulations on foot, by bicycle and / or by driving City vehicles in assigned patrols across all areas of the City. Enforcement activities include: issuing parking tickets at meters, within residential and commercial areas; issuing municipal code tickets (such as lawn
sprinkling, noise abatement and anti-idling); responding to parking complaints from the public, ensuring parking compliance in school, bus and other related parking zones, assisting in the identification and removal of abandoned or illegally parked vehicles, as well as arranging towing and impounding of
vehicles for parking violations.

PEO’s work independently and provide informative customer service to the public by answering questions regarding By-law tickets, parking policies, special events, providing directions and answering general inquiries, all in a professional manner. Public interaction may also include managing and
resolving conflict situations. PEO’s document ticket information for the City’s Adjudication process on both a handheld device and computer terminal.
Officer testimony in court may be a requirement.

Education and Experience:
• Completion of Grade Twelve, supplemented by courses from BCIT and/or the Justice Institute that support regulatory or enforcement activity are considered an asset.
• Experience in enforcement or providing customer service, working outdoors, or an equivalent combination of training and experience is essential.

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Expiring: Aug 11, 2021