Bylaw Enforcement Officer, Parking Monitor


Job description

Commissionaires is a not-for-profit provider of security services that operates across the nation. There are now 15 divisions representing all the provinces of Canada and three territories. Commissionaires Southern Alberta is responsible for providing professional security services for Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, and Suffield. We have protected people and property for public and private sector clients from coast to coast for more than 90 years

We are continually hiring responsible team members who wish to contribute to the security and well-being of Canadians. Commissionaires’ team is comprised of former military, police and others of all ages. Our employees work in a variety of roles such as General Security, Alarm Response, Concierge and Support to Law Enforcement, and Support to Government.

As part of our ever-expanding work force, we are looking for Parking Monitors. Reporting to the Supervisor, Traffic Enforcement, this position is responsible for issuing Parking Tickets within designated areas of Lethbridge.


  • Monitor areas as assigned by the Peace Office in charge of Municipal Bylaw Enforcement for violations of City of Lethbridge parking bylaws.
  • Check to ensure all signs are posted within the location being monitored.
  • Report any lack of signs or confusing signs to the Peace Officer in charge of Municipal Bylaw Enforcement.
  • Communicate with dispatch.
  • Properly complete parking tags and warning by clearly printing the violation, location, vehicle license plate number, vehicle description, date, time and regimental number.
  • Record accurate information on the Parking Ticket Location Log.
  • Maintain vehicle provided to Parking Monitors.
  • Perform any other reasonable duties requested by the Supervisor, Traffic Enforcement.


  • Must possess a valid security guard license.
  • Must possess a valid class 5 driver’s (NO GDL) record clean driving abstract.
  • Exceptional computer skills.
  • Strong written and verbal communications skills.
  • Ability to use an Operational Radio/Telephone.
  • Must be able to remain calm and effective.
  • First Aid/CPR and AED
  • Strong interpersonal skills.


  • Service orientation training.
  • Successful completion of the Corps of Commissionaires (Health and Safety Manual).
  • Preference will be given to students of a Criminal Justice Program, former Military/RCMP or those holding CPO status.

This list is not all-inclusive and other business requirements may be included to which the incumbent will be obliged to perform.

Commissionaires’ values the diversity of our workforce and respects its employees as individuals, regardless of race, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender, and age.

Applicants must submit their resume indicating how their experiences meet these requirements.

We thank you for your interest but only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.