Parking Services Officer
House of Commons
Ottawa, ON
Language Profile
Bilingual Imperative (English / French)

Reading comprehension: Intermediate level (B)
Written expression: Intermediate level (B)
Oral interaction: Intermediate level (B)
Your Challenge
The Parking Services Officer is accountable for performing a wide variety of administrative and operational activities related to the management of parking permits, proper database management, enforcement of the Government Property Traffic Regulations (GPTR) and application of related policies, rules and regulations, and promoting of all sustainable transportation options. Must operate the service vehicle and the power assist bike. Wear the uniform and all its protective gear. Must be able to walk, stand and go up and down stairs without any medical limitations. Must be part of the Officer hybrid rotational posts working the administration and operational posts as per the established schedule. Work the occasional special events and the overtime required. Must answer to medical and fire emergencies as per post orders.

The ideal candidate can perform autonomously all while remaining client-focused. He/she has the ability to prioritize multiple competing demands and the ability to problem solve and make recommendations in regards to parking services.

Top reasons to join our organization:
  • Opportunity to work with leading edge technology
  • Attractive benefits
  • Work-life balance / Flexible schedules / 35-hour work week
  • Resources to promote well-being
  • Learning, professional development and advancement opportunities
  • Downtown Ottawa: a vibrant place to work!
  • Easy stop on the O-train route
  • Cafeterias exclusive to employees
  • Gym located on-site
High School Diploma and must possess a valid Class G driver’s license or Quebec Class 5 licence for operating a motorized vehicle.
Experience interacting with high profile clients, various stakeholders and business partners and providing them an excellent service;
Experience working in partnership with internal partners and external agencies;
Experience analyzing requests from various stakeholders, business partners and clients and proposing quick and adaptive solutions and/or recommendations to management;
Experience meeting quality assurance requirements and service standards;
Experience working with the MS-Office Suite;
Experience developing and implementing administrative procedures and control mechanisms;
Experience managing, coordinating and providing administrative services.
Experience working in the security field;
Valid CPR/First-Aid/Defibrillator training and certification as well as experience working with various software such as but not limited to PCS (Parking Control System).
Candidates will be evaluated against the Parliamentary Precinct Operations and Corporate Security Office Employee Competency Profile – Specialized Support.

The purpose of this recruitment and selection process is to staff the position of Parking Services Officer on an indeterminate basis, as well as establishing a pool of potential candidates who may be considered for temporary or indeterminate positions requiring similar competencies at the House of Commons. If selected candidates lack the full qualifications, an appointment may be made at a lower classification and salary level. Placement decisions will be based on one or more of the following criteria; Depth, breadth and type of work-specific experience. Additional, new or already assessed qualifications or competencies may be further assessed based on work-specific requirements.
Essential Information
Selected candidates who do not have valid second language evaluation (SLE) results will be assessed. Bilingual non-imperative appointments could also be considered.
Please note that only applications submitted through our Career Portal will be accepted. Applications must be submitted no later than 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time) on August 4, 2019.
Please save a copy of the notice of job opportunity as well as all related documents. Once the closing date has passed, these documents will no longer be available.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please contact Recruitment and Selection at before the closing date and time of the recruitment and selection process. We will respond to enquiries within 24 hours (excluding statutory holidays and weekends).
The House of Commons is committed to an inclusive workplace that ensures full and equal access to employment, development and advancement opportunities for current and future employees.
Relocation and travel expenses incurred during the recruitment and selection process are the applicant's responsibility.
A variety of assessment tools may be used to assess candidates.
The masculine form is used in documents for the sole purpose of simplifying them: it is not discriminatory in any way.