Are you looking for a challenging new opportunity? If you have what it takes to work in an enforcement environment, consider this opportunity as a Court Enforcement Officer.
Effective January 1, 2020, the correct salary range for this position will be $29.02-$34.77/hour in compliance with OPSEU collective agreement provisions
What can I expect to do in this role?
Working in the field, you will:
- execute writs, warrants and orders of the court ensuring compliance with legislation and regulations
- compile and receive goods and monetary amounts to satisfy judgement
- prepare reports and court documents
- attend at evictions and provide related services
- act as Process Server by receiving documents to be served and by effecting personal service as ordered by the court
The candidate is required to successfully complete training on self-defence and tactical communications for ministry certification on use of self-defence
How do I qualify?
- you have a valid class G driver's licence or equivalent as recognized by the Province of Ontario
Analytical and Organizational Skills:
- you have the ability to interpret and apply enforcement procedures, relevant legislation and regulations
- you have the ability to understand functions of the Ontario court system, legal terminology and documentation
- you have the ability to acquire knowledge of investigative techniques
- you have analytical, decision making and judgement skills to accurately assess and recognize escalating situations
- you have organizational and planning skills to determine priorities
Other Essential Skills:
- you have interpersonal and communication skills to deal effectively with people in volatile situations and to provide clear explanations
- you are proficient with computer software to prepare reports and document activities
- you have mathematical skills to calculate the interest, principal and cost incurred in order to satisfy the enforcement of a writ order
2 Permanent, 393 University Ave, Toronto, Toronto Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check
1 Temporary, duration up to 5.5 months, 393 University Ave, Toronto, Toronto Region, Criminal Record and Judicial Matters Check
Ontario Public Service Employees Union
Understanding the job ad - definitions
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
In accordance with the Ontario Public Service (OPS), Employment Screening Checks Policy (ESCP), the top candidate(s) may be required to undergo a security screening check. Refer to the above to determine the screening checks that are required for this position.
You will be responsible for obtaining the criminal record check at your own expense and provide it, along with your written consent, to the Transition and Security Office (TSO), Talent Acquisition Branch (TAB), HR Service Delivery Division (HRSDD) to evaluate the results. If applicable, the TSO, with your written consent, will request and obtain any additional employment screening checks that were not obtained directly by you. (Note: If a Vulnerable Sector Screening Check is required, it must also be obtained in person at your local police service).
A record under the Criminal Code and/or other federal offence record(s) does not automatically mean you will be ineligible for the position. The employment screening check(s) will only be reviewed and evaluated by the TSO for the purpose of making a security clearance decision. The details of an individual's employment screening check(s) will be considered in specific relation to the duties and responsibilities of the position being filled. Employment screening check records will be maintained by the TSO and kept strictly confidential.
Effective January 1, 2020, the correct salary range for this position will be $29.02-$34.77/hour in compliance with OPSEU collective agreement provisions.