Municipal Enforcement Officer III
Job Number: 32304

Impact your community! Utilize your exceptional communication, problem solving, and leadership skills to guide and manage a team of Weed Inspectors as they work with citizens, businesses and communities to educate and control Noxious and Prohibited Noxious Weeds. Ensure Edmonton's community standards are maintained through the inspection and enforcement of municipal bylaws and the Weed Control Act. As a steward you are responsible to:

Administer and monitor performance management mechanisms to ensure staff members meet operational objectives and performance standards; coach and counsel staff, execute performance appraisals, implement corrective measures

Organize and oversee daily work assignments and review enforcement activities to ensure mandated legislation is being appropriately enforced and resources are being appropriately allocated to meet operational goals

Investigate highly complex or politically sensitive enforcement matters and customer complaints

Provide assistance to Municipal Enforcement Officers/Weed Inspectors with the interpretation of applicable legislation

Prepare reports on specific incidents and events; review court briefs submitted by officers and ensure evidence is present for court challenges

Provide information and interpretation of legislation to the public and media through presentations, interviews, and/or in writing

Hire, train and orient new staff

Assist in the development and delivery of new enforcement programs and initiatives

Completed 2 year diploma in Law Enforcement from a provincially recognized institute or college, supplemented by post secondary training in Business Administration and/or Management Development

Minimum 5 years public contact experience which includes 3 years of diverse bylaw enforcement experience; Minimum 1 year experience in a related supervisory capacity

Eligible to obtain and maintain Commissioner of Oaths status

Excellent communication and problem solving skills; ability to resolve conflict with citizens in difficult situations while ensuring fair and consistent enforcement of bylaws

Willingness to take calculated risks in order to create and implement positive change

Ability to draft reports and correspondence clearly presenting information and recommendations

Excellent positive relationship building experience required

Excellent knowledge of relevant Municipal bylaws, provincial acts, procedures, investigative techniques, rules of evidence, and court processes

Strong leadership skills including the ability to promote and maintain a positive, team oriented environment and the ability to build and maintain a positive team morale

Computer proficiency including but not limited to the Microsoft Office Suite and Google Apps

Valid Alberta Class 5 driver’s licence (or provincial equivalent). Must obtain business auto insurance for personal vehicle use on City business

Valid Standard FIrst Aid - CPR - Level C is required

Hire is dependent upon a Police Information Check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton

We are an equal opportunity employer.
We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

Up to 1 permanent full-time position

Hours of Work: 33.75 hours per week, Monday - Friday.

Salary Range: $40.517 - $50.871 (Hourly), $71,380.82 - $89,621.98 (Annually)

Recruitment Consultant: JC/VL

Classification Title: Municipal Enforcement Officer III
Posting Date: Mar 14, 2018
Closing Date: Mar 21, 2017 11:59:00 PM (MDT)
Number of Openings (up to): 1 - Permanent Full-time
Union : CSU 52
Department: Complaints & Investigations (Citizen Services)
Work Location(s): Century Place, 3rd Floor, 9803 - 102A Avenue Edmonton T5J 3A3