It's not just about enforcing the rules. Being proud to serve the public and acting as a steward for leadership, you contribute to making a positive difference on the City of Edmonton. The Community Standards Peace Officers are responsible to carry out daily duties and responsibilities of the Community Standards Peace Officer Unit, which provides investigation and enforcement services to the general public, industry and City Departments. All of this contributes to a safer Edmonton.

You will be responsible to:
Deliver city wide Peace Officer enforcement and bylaw enforcement services
Conduct detailed investigations relating to public inquiries and officer initiated complaints and concerns
Interview and obtain statements from complainants, witnesses and defendants
Gather and prepare evidence from a variety of sources
Determine appropriate enforcement action; seek voluntary compliance or issue warnings and penalty tickets
Be deployed as a resource to meet operational and special event requirements
Support Capital City Clean-Up, Transportation Services, City Hall, Churchill Square, Vehicle for Hire, business and community league initiatives, unsecured load enforcement and Traffic Bylaw enforcement strategies
Conduct moving vehicle traffic stops in adherence to Department policy and the Solicitor General's guidelines regarding the use of Emergency Vehicles for enforcing moving violations under the Traffic Safety Act
Establish and maintain accurate paper and electronic records and files
Prepare letters, reports and court documents; present evidence in court
Conduct mobile patrols to ensure adherence to Municipal and Provincial legislation
Act as a positive ambassador for the City of Edmonton
Other duties as assigned or required
Completion of Grade 12 and completion of a recognized Diploma related to Law Enforcement, Security or Criminology
A minimum 3 years of strong customer service experience is required
A minimum 1 year of diverse law enforcement experience is required, including security, bylaw enforcement, provincial law enforcement or a related area
Must possess or be able to obtain the Provincial Community Peace Officer I designation with completion of the Community Peace Officer Induction Program - CPOIP, as well as a Bylaw officer appointment
Must be able to obtain or have successfully completed the Physical Abilities Readiness Evaluation (P.A.R.E.) within 4 minutes and 45 seconds (4:45)
Possession of valid Standard First Aid, CPR and AED certifications
Professional knowledge of the Community Peace Officer Area, provincial requirements and standards
Knowledge of City of Edmonton policies and procedures, law and the provincial Community Peace Officer Program
Knowledge of operational and tactical planning
Knowledge of MOVES, Corporate Registries and other programs are assets
Experience in conducting moving violation enforcement and uniformed enforcement, commercial vehicle inspection and enforcement are assets
Ability to work in physically demanding and sometimes dangerous environments
Completion of Verbal Judo, Search & Rescue Fundamentals and Pressure Point Control Tactics (PPCT) training are assets
Must be able to work independently on confidential and complex issues
Knowledge and practical application of dealing with difficult persons; strong analytical, problem solving and conflict resolution skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills; must possess strong presentation and public speaking skills
Excellent customer service, interpersonal, organizational and time management skills are required
Strong team player with the ability to contribute to a high performing team
Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, SAP and Google Suite
A proven ability to work well within a unionized workforce
Hire is dependent upon a Police Information Check including vulnerable sector check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton
Valid Alberta Class 5 driver's licence (or provincial equivalent); eligible to obtain and maintain a City Driver's permit
Applicants may be tested
We are an equal opportunity employer.
We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

Up to 3 permanent full-time positions and 8 temporary full-time positions for up to 11 months

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week, between the hours of 6:00 am - 4:00 am. Evening and weekend availability is required. Must be able to work a variety of shifts.

Salary: $36.091 - $41.339 (Hourly); $75,358.010 - $86,315.830 (Annually)

Recruitment Consultant: NB/CL

Classification Title: Corporate Security Peace Officer II
Posting Date: Dec 24, 2018
Closing Date: Jan 6, 2019 11:59:00 PM (MST)
Number of Openings (up to): 11 - Permanent and Temporary Positions Full-time
Union : CUPE Local 30
Department: Community Standards and Neighbourhoods
Work Location(s): Versa Building, Suite 200, 9304 - 41 Ave Edmonton T6E 6G8