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Post by Terri_Miller » 12 Feb 2018, 16:59

As a Community Peace Officer, you will work within an assigned geographic zone to resolve and enforce municipal bylaws and provincial acts including the Community Standards Bylaw, Parks and Pathway Bylaw, and the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw. Primary duties include:

Develop and maintain relationships with community leaders, special interest groups, and citizens to identify emerging issues and work collaboratively to reach successful and sustainable outcomes in regards to areas of concern.

Proactively interact with citizens during patrols and community and special events. Provide information geared towards a positive citizen experience through engagement, education, and compliance.
Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders.

Investigate and resolve bylaw complaints originating from the public, City Council, other business units, as well as those identified by an Officer.

Prepare file documentation, photograph scenes as necessary for evidence, conduct interviews and perform other related investigative functions.
Attend Provincial Court as a Crown witness on violations and criminal matters.
Working Conditions: This position is physically demanding and requires direct contact with domestic animals.

A High School diploma or equivalency (e.g. GED) with additional job related coursework plus a minimum of 5 years on-the-job experience in a public safety profession or similar occupation; OR a completed 2 year diploma in Justice Studies, Conservation Enforcement, Criminology, Police Studies, Social Work, Communications, or a related field plus a minimum of 2 years experience as listed above; OR a degree in Justice Studies, Conservation Enforcement, Criminology, Police Studies, Social Work, Communications, or a related field plus a minimum of 1 year experience as listed above.

The ability to hold the appointments of a Bylaw Enforcement Officer and Community Peace Officer.

A valid Class 5 Driver's Licence (or provincial equivalent).

Well developed communications, conflict resolution and mediation skills; demonstrated problem solving ability, and excellent customer service orientation.

You have the ability to adapt to rapidly changing situations in high stress or emotional environments and are able to build strong partnerships and trust within the community.

Pre-employment Requirements

An enhanced security clearance will be conducted.
Ability to obtain a City of Calgary operator's permit.
Successful applicants must provide proof of qualifications.

Union: CUPE Local 38
Business Unit : Calgary Community Standards
Position Type : 3 Temporary (up to 1 year)
Location : Various locations
Compensation : Pay Grade 10 $37.58 - 50.23 per hour
Days of Work : This position works a 5 day
work week with one day off in a 3 week cycle.
Hours of work: Standard 35 hour work week
Audience : External

Apply By : February 15, 2018
Amendment: Audience, Apply By
Job ID # : 300472

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