Municipal Law Enforcement Officer I
Town of Georgina
Georgina, ON
To administer and enforce the Town’s Parking and Traffic Control By-law and enforce, as necessary, portions of the Property
Standards/Zoning/Sign By-laws, Weed Control Act, Licensing By-law and other regulatory by-laws. For full details, please
see attached job description.

Minimum Qualifications:
Completion of a two year Community College program in Law Enforcement or Law and Security Administration from an
accredited College and/or training through the Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers and Municipal Law
Enforcement Association; minimum of one year previous experience in a related enforcement capacity; thorough
knowledge of municipal administration procedures related to Parking Enforcement and court procedures;

How to apply:
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume, identifying the Job Title and ID# 2019.147T in the subject line. Please
apply in confidence by September 25, 2019 at 11:59pm to careers@georgina.ca.

Committed to diversity and a barrier-free environment:
The Town of Georgina is an equal opportunity employer and we will accommodate the needs of applicants under the
Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the
recruitment and selection process. Please advise the Human Resources Office to ensure your accessibility needs are
accommodated.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those being considered will be contacted.

JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE: Municipal Law Enforcement Officer 1

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
To administer and enforce the Town’s Parking and Traffic Control By-law and enforce, as necessary, portions of the
Property Standards/Zoning/Sign By-laws, Weed Control Act, Licensing By-law and other regulatory by-laws.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
Manager of Municipal Law Enforcement/CMLEO

DIRECTION EXERCISED:
May occasionally give working instruction to By-law Secretary and provides guidance/instruction and/or supervision
to seasonal Parking Officers.

WORKING PROCEDURES:
Patrols assigned areas on a regular basis to monitor compliance with the Town’s traffic and parking control by-laws
and identify infractions and issue Parking Infraction Notices as appropriate;

Maintains accurate records of Parking Infraction Notices and completes the necessary paperwork including detailed
reports of evidence required for Court procedures under the relevant sections of the Provincial Offences Act and
attends and presents evidence in Court, as required;

Arranges for vehicles, in violation of parking by-laws to be removed/towed in accordance with relevant by-laws;
Maintains the Town’s computerized Parking Management System by entering infraction notices, updating system
with payments and court requests, preparing the required Notices/Certificates and other required documentation
for internal filing and/or forwarding to the Courts and appropriate Ministries;

Enforces portions of the Property Standards/Zoning/Sign By-laws, Weed Control Act, Licensing By-law and other
regulatory by-laws.

Prepares, issues and serves formal documentation as required by the Provincial Offences Act;

Responds to general inquiries/complaints and resolves/refers as appropriate;

Liaises with Town Departments, York Regional Police and other government agencies;
Trains new Crossing Guards and/or initiates and facilitates annual review training sessions in the policies of
procedures of the Three Whistle Crossing System;

Fills in for School Crossing Guards as necessary on a back-up/emergency basis;

Provides courier service as necessary by delivering agendas, etc. and assists with summons delivery for other Town
Departments regarding By-law infractions;

Provides office coverage during absences of other By-law staff;

The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principal functions and duties of the
position and will not be construed as a detailed job description of the work requirements that may be inherent in
the job.

SKILL/KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS:
Completion of a two year Community College program in Law Enforcement or Law and Security Administration from
an accredited College and/or training through the Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers and Municipal
Law Enforcement Association;

Minimum of one year previous experience in a related enforcement capacity;

Thorough knowledge of municipal administration procedures related to Parking Enforcement and court procedures;

Working knowledge of computerized Parking Management Systems and word processing software;

Good organizational/analytical/investigative/research/problem-solving and oral/written communication skills;
Ability to interact in a professional manner, both fairly and firmly with the public, in confrontational and often volatile
situations;

Class G Driver’s Licence in good standing;

Police Vulnerable Sector Check;

Driver’s Abstract;

Ability to work shifts, weekends and statutory holidays.

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