Throughout the winter, social media sites have been rife with conversation regarding the need for more bylaw services in town, especially during the evenings and weekend. Vehicles parked by yellow lines which have made it tricky to try and cross the road are just the tip of resident’s concerns, and it looks as though the city is ready to start rectifying the situation.
The City of Revelstoke is hiring. The information below is available on the city website.
The City is seeking a qualified individual to fill a permanent, part time position of Bylaw Compliance Officer in the Corporate Administration Department. Reporting to the Director of Corporate Administration, the Bylaw Compliance Officer performs inspection and regulatory work related to the enforcement of a variety of regulatory bylaws and responds to public complaints. The position also involves the enforcement of animal control regulations (Animal Control, Wildlife Attractant Bylaws), and care and handling of impounded animals. The work involves considerable public relations contact and requires good customer service skills in order to respond and resolve issues with tact, diplomacy, and confidentiality.
The part time position is a 17.5 hours per week position. Based on operational needs, this position may be required to work a variety of shifts including days, evenings and weekends. Regular shift will be Friday evening (3.5 hrs) Saturday (7 hrs) and Sunday (7 hrs). See full job description here. Compensation: JIBC Level I – $29.40, JIBC Level II – $32.46.
Please submit cover letter and resume and 3 references to:
Dawn Low, Director of Corporate Administration
216 Mackenzie Avenue, PO Box 170
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
Or by email to: email@example.com by 12:00 p.m. on May 17, 2019.