Municipal Enforcement Officer

Requisition #: 21/46
Job #: J0421-1000
Job Title: Municipal Enforcement Officer
Job Type: Permanent Full Time
City, Province, Country: St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
Job Category: Municipal Enforcement
Number of Positions: 2
Posting Date: April 26, 2021
Posting Closing Date: May 9, 2021
Department: Emergency Services
Location: Bellerose Drive
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Cultivate your Career:

As Alberta's 'Botanical Arts City', St. Albert is a community renowned for its botanical arts, its commitment to a green lifestyle and the cultivation of activities that provide for a well-rounded quality of life. Our employees provide over 66,000 residents with high-quality programs and services and are proud to contribute to making St. Albert one of the best places to live in Canada.

The Opportunity:

The City of St. Albert is currently accepting applications for two permanent Municipal Enforcement Officers to join our Emergency Services department.

Municipal Enforcement Officers within the City of St. Albert play a vital role in our community with respect to enforcing municipal bylaws and select Provincial Acts. These Officers have a diverse and dynamic set of responsibilities including: responding to public complaints, patrolling, enforcing parking restrictions, inspecting properties, controlling animals, enforcing the Traffic Safety Act as well as investigating Gaming & Liquor Act offences.

To support positive community outcomes, the successful candidates will be adept at: gathering evidence, maintaining accurate records, preparing written reports and submissions, issuing violation tickets and laying charges in accordance with municipal bylaws and Provincial Acts. As an Officer, you will also be required to execute arrest warrants and testify in court proceedings.


• Diploma/certificate in a law enforcement-related field and/or a minimum of 3 years of related experience.
• Meets Community Peace Officer Level 1 appointment requirements. These requirements are online and can be found under Section 5 of the Alberta Peace Officer Regulation AR312/2006.
• Knowledge of relevant municipal bylaws, acts and legislation.
• A valid Class 5 Alberta Driver's license.
• Standard First Aid/CPR.
• Excellent communication, teamwork, problem solving and conflict resolution skills are essential.
• Preference will be given to those applicants who have experience working with various Alberta Provincial Statutes, Municipal Bylaws and other job-specific training and experience such as radar/laser.
• Valid Pare/Copat/Popat Test results.

Hours of Work:

These are permanent full-time positions (40 hrs/week). Shift work, weekends and standby are required.


$78,187 - $95,118 per annum. In addition, the City of St. Albert offers a generous and comprehensive benefit package.

• Please upload a cover letter explaining how your experience will meet the needs of the City of St. Albert and a resume when applying for this opportunity.
• Applications must demonstrate how the candidate meets the Alberta Solicitor General Level 1 Community Peace Officer guidelines.
• Applications will only be accepted to 10:00 p.m. MST on the closing date.
• Please note that the City will be conducting video conference interviews to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19.

• All successful applicants will be required to obtain and maintain a RCMP Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance.
• The successful candidate will be required to provide proof of educational and professional credentials.
• Valid Class 5 Drivers License is required.

We wish to express our appreciation to all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position. However, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted. The City of St. Albert will no longer accept applications in person, via fax, email or by post.

Please answer all of the following questions before applying

* Question numbers in red and with an asterisk indicate mandatory questions (answer is required).

*1. Are you legally eligible to work in Canada?

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