Bylaw Officer I (Parking Enforcement)

Competition Number: 22360


Job Title: Bylaw Officer I (Parking Enforcement)

Department: Building, Bylaw, Licensing and Legal Services - Bylaw and Licensing Services Division

Position Type: Permanent Full Time Position (CUPE Local 2011)

Salary: $33.11/hr and an excellent benefits package

Posted Date: November 8, 2022

Closing Date: November 29, 2022

Last Modified: November 8, 2022, 2:52 pm

Status: Closed


Do you want to be part of a great team with an exciting future? The District of Saanich is one of the four core municipalities within the Capital Regional District. This community is home to more than 114,000 citizens giving us the largest population on Vancouver Island. We offer competitive wages, benefits, municipal pensions and an engaging and collaborative corporate culture. Our culture holds true to our motto “Populo Serviendo” – this is latin for “Serving the People”. 

We are looking for an experienced Bylaw Officer to investigate, report and resolve District parking, street and boulevard use violations. The successful candidate will conduct customer-centric, compliance oriented patrols of the District by vehicle or foot patrol to enforce the District’s Streets and Traffic Bylaw, Boulevard Regulation Bylaw, Parks Management and Control Bylaw and other regulations. The ideal candidate for this challenging role will possess strong observation and communication skills and will handle difficult situations with tact and diplomacy. Attention to detail and proficiency in word processing software and database applications are equally as important.

Requirements include Grade 12 or equivalent; one year of experience in enforcement or regulatory work; experienced in office practices and procedures; possession of a valid BC Class 5 Driver’s Licence and a satisfactory Police Information Check. Candidates with an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

Hours of work may include early mornings and evenings, and weekends. The hours may evolve over time depending on operational requirements and are therefore, subject to change. The successful candidates will be required to work a flexible schedule to suit the requirements of the job. 

*As a component of the selection process, testing will be conducted.*

Important Information:

The District of Saanich has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy to help keep our employees and community safe. The requirement remains in effect until April 8, 2022 after which, the policy will be suspended. It is important to know that the requirement may be reinstated and unvaccinated employees may not be able to work. In order for the District to respond to any changing vaccination requirements for staff, we request that you verify your COVID-19 vaccination status with us during your first week of employment.