In support of Council’s service expectations, you “Take Care of Banff” through proactive education and enforcement of the Town’s municipal bylaws and provincial regulations. The primary focus is ensuring the safety of residents and visitors in the evolving areas of moving traffic enforcement, domestic animal control and mitigation of incidents of human and wildlife conflict, assistance with destination events, and monitoring conduct and enforcement of legislation related to consumption of alcohol and cannabis in public places.

You have interpersonal skills and diplomacy that engage visitors and residents in interpretation, education and understanding of both the regulation and their violation. You use past work experience to diffuse negative emotions and demonstrate professionalism, confidence and sound judgement based on facts and observation.

You are a uniformed presence in our community and have the physical ability to spend most of your shift outside the office conducting vehicle, foot (least 5 kms per shift) and bike patrols, in all Mother Nature's elements. Your cognitive abilities include; measured responses in emotional situations, problem solving approach and attention to detail. You have successfully completed the Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (PARE) within the last six months.

You have completed a post-secondary program in law enforcement, criminal justice studies or a related field and have completed the Alberta Community Policy Officer Induction Program (CPOIP). You have 5 years’ work experience as an Alberta and/or Community Peace Officer (with moving traffic and liquor/cannabis authority) and are comfortable with the legislative frameworks of the Municipal Government Act, Traffic Safety Act, Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis Act. You have a valid Alberta Class 5 drivers licence and can produce a clear drivers abstract and RCMP criminal background check prior to employment. You are proficient with Microsoft Office (word, excel, outlook). Knowledge of enforcement-related database or tracking systems are assets.

A combination of education, work experience and CPOIP designation will be considered in candidate qualifications. Municipal Enforcement is a seven-day a week operation and shifts are scheduled according to business volumes and operational coverage.

“Taking care of Banff: our People, our Community, our Park.”

If your enthusiasm and experience make you a candidate for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter by Wednesday, February 13, 2019 to:
Mail: Town of Banff, Box 1260, Banff, AB, T1L 1A1
Drop off: 110 Bear Street

The Town of Banff appreciates the interest from all applicants, and will directly contact those being considered for an interview.