Parkland County has a Permanent, Full-time position available in Enforcement Services for Community Peace Officer Level II (Bylaw Enforcement Officer). Reporting to the Supervisor, Bylaw Enforcement, you will demonstrate your law enforcement skills by providing effective patrol coverage and enforcement of provincial statutes and municipal bylaws. You will investigate complaints from the general public, issue licenses, assist with animal adoptions, investigate nuisance and unsightly properties and other bylaw infractions, conduct regular patrols, and enhance public education and awareness. You will also conduct court related duties. Assistance will be provided to other County Departments and to external partners such as the RCMP and ASPCA. You must possess excellent judgment, interpersonal and public relations skills in promoting positive relations on behalf of the County.


Minimum Grade 12 diploma.
Possess or be eligible to obtain appointment as a Community Peace Officer Level II, with the Alberta Solicitor General & Public Security.
Valid Class 5 Alberta Driver’s License. Upon hire, a current Driver’s Abstract must be provided.
Must be eligible to obtain a clear Criminal Record Check.
Successful completion of an “in-house” program approved by the Alberta Solicitor General & Public Security is required.
Preference may be given to applicants who have experience working with Municipal Bylaws and have a good working knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office.
Salary Range: $31.84 per hour
Hours of Work: 40 hours per week. This position involves shift work which will include weekends.
Closing Date: June 01, 2018 - 4:30 PM

Further information concerning this position can be obtained by calling

Randy Shermack, Supervisor, Bylaw Enforcement at 780-968-8888 ext. 8258.

These positions are covered by the International Union of Operating Engineers- Local Union No. 955, Community Peace Officer Unit, Collective Agreement.