Supervisor, Municipal Enforcement for City of Beaumont

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Supervisor, Municipal Enforcement for City of Beaumont

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Job ID: 24-53
City of Beaumont
Supervisor, Municipal Enforcement
The City of Beaumont is growing and changing and so is our Protective Services team! Our team is highly collaborative, professional, fun, and passionate about supporting the vision of a growing, vibrant, and spirited community. Beaumont’s location within the Edmonton Metropolitan Region, provides a variety of rewarding challenges and the opportunity to apply forward-thinking concepts to advance Beaumont’s vision.
Are you a seasoned leader with a deep understanding of law enforcement and a commitment to public safety? The City of Beaumont is looking for a dedicated Supervisor of Municipal Enforcement to join our team. In this pivotal role, you will lead the Municipal Enforcement staff, ensuring the enforcement of municipal bylaws and provincial statutes through proactive patrols and complaint responses. Your leadership will enhance community service by coordinating with other City departments and external agencies, ensuring the highest quality of service and safety for the community.
What YOU’RE Responsible for:
• Supervision of Municipal Enforcement Department Peace Officers and Staff
o Provide direction through policy, procedures, and operational guidance to Officers
o Review and oversee Officer work to ensure quality
o Ensure Officers are properly trained and equipped, managing the budget for training and equipment
o Ensure department adherence to Alberta Solicitor General standards and City policies
• Proactive Patrols
o Enforce traffic offenses
o Patrol parking offenses, provincial issues, and city bylaw infractions
o Address any violations of municipal bylaws, provincial statutes, or safety concerns, including animal control when needed
• Liaison with Other Departments, Outside Agencies, and Residents
o Provide department information to Manager and Council
o Attend meetings to collaborate on City functions and concerns
o Meet with outside agencies to improve service quality in Beaumont
o Assist with administrative functions to support Municipal Enforcement department and Global Traffic contract
o Engage with residents regarding enforcement policies and participate in community events
• Investigation of Citizen Complaints
o Receive and investigate complaints regarding municipal bylaws and provincial statutes, including animal control
o Communicate with involved parties to ensure quality service
o Take appropriate steps to investigate issues, including paperwork and document collection
o Take action such as issuing fines or warnings based on discretion
• Assist Other Departments and Agencies
o Assist RCMP, Fire, and EMS with emergency situations and calls for service
o Help with traffic/crowd control and investigations at scenes including traffic collisions and fires
o Assist City departments with serving documents when required
o Other duties as requested by Director Protective Services or designate
• Training
o Train and certify in use of force as per Peace Officer guidelines
o Participate in other required training for specific roles
Job ID: 24-53
What YOU Bring:
Education:
• 2 years of post-secondary education in law enforcement
• Successful completion of Alberta Solicitor General approved Level 1 Community Peace Officer training course
• Ability to pass an approved physical (PARE/COPAT)
• Ability to obtain Level 1 Peace Officer status
• RCMP enhanced security check and a clean valid class 5 driver’s license
Experience:
• 5 years’ experience as a Level 1 Peace Officer, with prior supervisory experience
• Proficiency in Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word or similar computer systems
• Experience in public service, handling confrontations, and working under high stress and short deadlines
• A common-sense approach to violations and experience in community policing models
What WE Offer:
• A dynamic and supportive work environment
• Collaboration with various City departments and external agencies
• Engagement in meaningful community service and safety initiatives
• A salary range of $$95,368.00 to $124,425.60 per annum (based on experience and qualifications)
• Employer paid Health and Dental benefits package
• Health Wellness and Learning Spending Account
• Membership to the Beaumont Sport and Recreation Centre
• Enrolment in Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP)
• 40-hour work week (some evening and weekend work may be required)
Join us in positively impacting the community and ensuring the safety and well-being of Beaumont’s residents. Apply now to become a key player in our dedicated Municipal Enforcement team!
If you meet these qualifications, please submit your cover letter and resume as one document by 9:00 AM on 2024-07-08
The City of Beaumont is an inclusive and equal-opportunity employer. We value the diversity of the people we hire and serve. This means fostering a workplace in which individual differences are recognized, appreciated, and respected. Any persons with disabilities who anticipate needing accommodations for any part of the application process may contact, in confidence, careers@beaumont.ab.ca
Information For Applicants:
• Applications can be submitted via our online recruiting system. If you have any difficulties, please reach out to our HR department.
• We appreciate your interest in working with us; however, only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.
• Final candidates for this position will be required to undergo pre-employment screening, including reference checks, education verification, and a criminal record check.
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