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Job Details: Noise Enforcement Officer (18-Month Contract)

Job Details
Open Date Jun 22 2022 - 12:31:00 PM Close Date Jul 06 2022 - 11:59:00 PM
Position Title Noise Enforcement Officer (18-Month Contract) Posting Type Contract
Posting Status Active Position Length Contract
Department Group Hours per Week
Department Corporate Services Openings 2
Education College Diploma    
Location Various Town Locations
Union Position No


Position Summary

Under the direct supervision of the Supervisor, Licensing & Enforcement this position is responsible for monitoring compliance of the noise and parking bylaws as it applies to short term rentals on private property. Successful candidates must be able to work weekends.

 The current shift for this position is Friday – Sunday, 12:00am – 6:00 am, alternating weekends and may be subject to change.  Employees may be required to work up to 24 hours per week.


Major Job Responsibilities

  • Patrols assigned areas, responds to, and documents all inquiries and complaints from the public, law enforcement agencies with respect to the enforcement of the Town’s Uniform traffic bylaws
    • Responsible for patrolling on-street and off-street parking areas
    • Monitoring compliance, responding to complaints and requests for enforcement of parking prohibitions
    • Issues parking infraction notices
  • Investigates and identifies by-law infractions with respect to short term rental noise
    • Creates, opens and updates electronic investigation files
    • Provides assistance and information regarding general parking regulations, patrols and enforcement
  • Prepares compliance documentation for violations including notices, orders and investigative reports
    • Gathers evidence and obtains necessary documentation for prosecution
    • Prepares court files, attends court, tribunal hearings and presents evidence
  • Provides assistance and information regarding general by-law regulations, patrols and enforcement; exercises sound judgment when dealing with the public - Completes and submits required documentation including daily log sheets, occurrence reports, and enforcement logs
  • Issues Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 penalty notices of the Provincial Offences Act


Education and Experience

  • Certificate/diploma in Police Studies/ Foundations, Law & Security, Justice & Administration or related field is preferred
  • Certification in Environmental Noise preferred or willing to obtain
  • Experience interpreting by-laws and provincial legislation pertaining to municipal law enforcement and noise
  • Experience related to parking enforcement
  • Experience in enforcement processes as it relates to municipal and provincial legislation
  • A valid Ontario Driver’s License Class G with a satisfactory driving record
  • Satisfactory Criminal Record check is required
  • Strong problem solving skills and proven ability to resolve disputes in a manner that supports a high level of customer service
  • Knowledge of the Provincial Offences Act (POA) Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 penalty notices as well as evidence collection is preferred
  • Strong problem solving skills and proven ability to resolve disputes in a manner that supports a high level of customer service is preferred
  • Proficient in Windows based software including Word, Outlook, Excel in addition to Amanda and parking control software is preferred

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The successful candidate will be made an offer of employment on the condition of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and able to provide proof of vaccination. Fully vaccinated is defined as having received the completed series of an accepted COVID-19 vaccine, as recommended by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health and having received the final dose at least 14 days before your employment start date.

The candidate will be asked to provide the Town with proof of full vaccination, prior to their employment start date. Acceptable proof is a Ministry of Health Dose Administration Receipt (or such other proof of vaccination that the Province of Ontario sanctions). This can be obtained through the Provincial portal

The requirement to be fully vaccinated is subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If the candidate is unable to vaccinate for a reason protected by the Code, a request for accommodation can be requested and written proof satisfactory to the Town will be required. 

The Town of Milton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code; the Town of Milton will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process to applicants with disabilities. If selected to participate in the recruitment process, please inform the Town’s Human Resources staff of the nature of any accommodation(s) that you may require. All applicant information collected is in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Privacy legislation and under the authority of the Municipal Act; used strictly for candidate selection.