Photo Enforcement Operator/Technician
|Open Date||Jun 07 2019 - 09:39:00 AM||Close Date||Jun 21 2019 - 11:59:00 PM|
|Position Title||Photo Enforcement Operator/Technician||Posting Type||Casual|
|Posting Status||Active||Position Length||Continuing|
|Department Group||Office of the City Clerk||Hours per Week||N/A|
|Education||High School||Experience||1 - 2 years|
|Location||RCMP Building, 5106 44 Street|
|Salary Range||Band 4: $27.39 - $29.92 per hour|
Reporting to the Senior Manager, Public Safety, the Photo Enforcement Operator/Technician is responsible for the enforcement of the Traffic Safety Act utilizing Automated Traffic Enforcement equipment and practices. This includes fieldwork and administrative duties.
Specific Responsibilities include:
- Represent the City of Lloydminster with the highest standards, values and ethics.
- Maintain the strictest confidentiality in all matters.
- Meet or exceed the requirements of the RCMP enhanced security policy.
- Adhere to the policies and principles of the LA/FOIP Act.
- Prepare documentation for locations to be monitored during shift.
- Complete all administrative duties related to processing of violations, including database queries from motor vehicle branch and input of data to ticket processing system.
- Daily preparation, to include inspection of vehicle/equipment to ensure satisfactory operating condition.
- Attend designated enforcement locations, checking to ensure all speed signs are posted and visible.
- Confirm location and direction as indicated on control sheet.
- Keep communications centre advised of current location at all times.
- Set up computer and radar equipment as per checklist.
- Monitor traffic and manually record all violators on control sheet.
- On completion of site monitoring, perform shut down procedure as per checklist on control sheet.
- Return vehicle to compound and ensure all systems plugged in and charged.
- Identify locations for enforcement through statistical analysis and perform site assessments in compliance with Automated Traffic Enforcement Guidelines.
Other related duties as required.
This position is a combination of 20% office and 80% fieldwork. A combination of shiftwork, which may include evenings, weekends, and statutory holidays.
The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Must meet minimum criteria to be appointed as a Community Peace Officer Level 2 by Alberta Justice & Solicitor General.
- A valid Class 5 Driver’s License Licence registered in Alberta or Saskatchewan with acceptable Driver’s Abstract is required. This position will be required to operate a municipal vehicle for business purposes.
- Must successfully complete training for camera and violation processing software.
- Previous experience in a law enforcement role is considered an asset.
- Familiarity with Traffic Safety Act and court processes.
- Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
- Ability to multi-task, stay organized, and maintain a strong attention to detail.
- The ability to complete time restricted deadlines while maintaining accuracy.
- Strong communication skills with ability to maintain professionalism and converse in-person and through written correspondence with all levels of staff, stakeholders and the public.
- Ability to work independently and effectively with a team.
- The ability to conduct work practices in an ethical and confidential manner.
- Current Standard First Aid and AED certificate.