|The City of Barrie is committed to providing excellence in municipal services for the 130,000+ citizens of this vibrant and prosperous community, one of the fastest growing and most beautiful lakefront cities in Ontario.
The Corporation is seeking a dedicated, enterprising and results-oriented leader who has demonstrated a commitment to the values of professionalism and efficiency, empathy and sensitivity, co-operation and teamwork.
The City of Barrie provides a dynamic operating environment and working conditions.
Please submit your resume electronically by quoting file# T-09-48 Municipal Law Enforcement Officer (Part-time) (MS Word format only; quote file number in subject line), by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, October 6, 2009 to: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Resources Department, City of Barrie,
P.O. Box 400, Barrie, Ontario,
We thank all applicants and advise that only those to be interviewed will be contacted. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001, c.25 and will be used to determine employment eligibility. Questions regarding collection should be directed to the Human Resources Department at 705-739-4202.
ENFORCEMENT OFFICER II (Temporary)
(VARIOUS PART-TIME POSITIONS)
days, weeknights, weekends and overnight shifts
The successful applicant will enforce various by-laws with emphasis on parking by-laws; conduct patrols; issue tickets and certificates of offence related to overnight parking, on-street parking, parking meters, fire routes, handicapped parking, sidewalk snow removal; provide relief in enforcing nuisance enforcement, perform related administrative duties; attend and give evidence in court as required. The job involves considerable driving and walking plus some lifting and handling of animals when required. This is a part-time position involving no more than 24 hours of work per week on average. The 2009 wage range is from $16.60/hr to $22.92/hr.
Applicants must have at least a Grade 12 education plus some post-secondary courses in law enforcement or a closely related field; at least six months of closely-related work experience; basic knowledge of municipal law enforcement gained from either post-secondary courses or practical work experience; a valid driver's licence and a good driving record; good interpersonal, public relations, oral and written communication skills; must be willing and able to walk extensively in all weather conditions. Must have either completed, or be willing to enroll in and successfully complete, the Municipal Law Enforcement Officers’ Association’s basic training course, and the Municipal Administration Program.