Port Carling    Seasonal    $15.11 - $17.77

• Working in the lake and on the beach/dock, instruct and evaluate swimming students using the Red Cross and Lifesaving Society standards.

• Maintain the schedule for each class, while providing time to answer student or parent questions as needed.

• Submit completed report cards, skill sheets and attendance information within the pre-established time lines.

• Act as first responder to emergencies and provide first aid treatment until EMS arrives.

• Provide information to the public on programs, events and water safety information.

• Provide daily maintenance and clean-up of beach and park area, monitor washrooms to ensure proper conduct and discourage acts of vandalism.

• Ensure that docks and buoy lines are secure and inform Lead Swim Instructor immediately if they become unsecured.

• Participate in staff training sessions throughout the season.

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Closing date 02/02/2020
Start date 06/26/2020
Location Port Carling
Salary $15.11 - $17.77
Port Carling    Full Time Non Union    $61,964 – $72,949

Responsible for educating the public in regards to municipal by-laws; investigating and resolving complaints with respect to municipal by-laws and other legislation enforced by the municipality.

Position Responsibilities (for additional requirements, please refer to job description)

• Enforce Township of Muskoka Lakes and District Municipality of Muskoka by-laws as determined by policies of the Township, achieved through discussion, education, negotiation, verbal and written warnings, issuance of Orders, fines and court-driven processes under the Provincial Offences Act.

• Investigate inquiries and complaints and conduct pro-active patrols regarding all Township by-law and regulations, including parking, property standards, animal control, Site Alteration, Tree Cutting, Site Plan Agreements, Comprehensive Zoning By-law, discharge of firearms, noise, Tourist and Trailer camps, outdoor illumination, public docks and ramps and ensures that appropriate action is taken to resolve the matter(s) or enforce compliance and complaint response follow-up in a kind and courteous manner. Enforce the Property Standards By-law and any other legislation be it provincial or municipal, pertaining to specific enforcement criteria.

• Provide public education/awareness and promote safety in order to reduce the number of By-law infractions.

• Ensure detailed tracking of all requests for information, complaints and investigations.

• Maintain detailed notes of activities and conduct research as required. Compile supporting information, and prepare reports on all inspections and enforcement activities.

• Organizes own work under direction of Development Services Coordinator. Be required to work with minimal supervision.

• Prepares detailed briefs and collects evidence for use in court; assists Township’s Prosecutor with court evidence as required. Attends court as required.

• Acts as a Municipal representative at all levels of POA, Criminal and Civil Court for By-law matters.

• Reviews existing Municipal By-laws to ensure continued applicability as well as the ability for compliance to be achieved.

• Keeps informed of all relevant matters including regulations, practices, procedures, developments, trends, attends seminars, workshops, conferences and courses as required.

• Attends Council and Committee meetings as required to provide information • Prepares and issues correspondence and maintains accurate records and up-to-date information.

Summary of Desired Qualifications:

• Post Secondary education in a related field such as Police Studies, Community and Justice Services or Protection, Security and Investigation.

• 3-4 years municipal enforcement experience.

• Experience with dogs, animal control techniques and the Dog Owners Liability Act.

• Experience with attending court proceedings including preparing and giving evidence.

• Municipal Law Enforcement or Ontario Association of Property Standards Officers course.

• Working knowledge of the municipal legislative framework including the Provincial Offences Act, the Municipal Act, the Planning Act, and other relevant Provincial statutes and regulations.

• Strong communication and mediation skills to negotiate to gain compliance with laws and mediate on controversial issues and concerns between parties.

• Computer skills using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and Records Management Systems.

• Clear vulnerable sector police background check.

• Valid Class G Ontario driver’s license and an acceptable drivers abstract.

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Closing date 02/02/2020
Location Port Carling
Salary $61,964 – $72,949