Parking Coordinator



Toronto Community Housing
931 Yonge Street
Toronto , ON, Canada
M4W 2H2
  • Posted:
  • Jun-6-2017
  • Position:
  • Permanent, Full-time

Job Details

Parking Coordinator
Job Requisition Number: 1474
Division: Community Safety Unit
Location: Toronto/Downtown
Address(es): 931 Yonge Street
Affiliation: Management & Exempt
# of Vacancies: 1
Vacancy Type: Full-time Permanent
Contract Length:
Minimum Salary $: 58,425.60
Maximum Salary $: 73,032
Grade: NU 05
Work Details (Days/hours): 36.25 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Existing or New: Existing
Posted Date: 6/6/17
Deadline to Apply: 6/20/17
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About Toronto Community Housing Corporation
Toronto Community Housing Corporation (“TCHC”) is Canada’s largest social housing provider. We provide homes to 58,500 households with low and moderate incomes, in some 350 developments across the city. Our residents include seniors, families, singles, refugees, recent immigrants to Canada and people with special needs. Our resident population reflects a broad diversity in terms of age, education, language, sexual orientation, mental and physical disability, religion, ethnicity and race, as well as increasing diversity in lifestyles and values. Our 1,600 employees work to achieve our vision of better homes, better neighbourhoods, and a better Toronto for all.

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Description
Make a difference
Are you looking for more than just a job? Working with Toronto Community Housing is about developing communities and your career!
Start your future with us working as a Parking Coordinator. You’ll administer and coordinate TCH’s parking services program, including processing documents for court and monitoring compliance with legislative requirements, as well as the CSU fleet services.

What you’ll do

Parking Services Program
• Responsible for parking enforcement records management
• Maintain awareness of and communicate to CSU staff changes in bylaws and legislation impacting parking enforcement activities
• Act as the custodian of parking tag books
• Maintain a tracking system of all parking tags issued
• Liaise with Toronto Police Service and Parking Tag Operations to resolve potential areas of dispute and share information.
• Resolve parking enforcement problems/complaints from residents and the public
• Liaise with Operating Unit Managers to ensure problems are dealt with in a timely manner.
• Establish and maintain systems to ensure the integrity of evidence required for prosecution of parking offences
• Process court notifications and court excusals
• Schedule CSU officers for court and ensuring overtime approval, when necessary
• Distribute and track parking permits to TCH sites
• Maintain awareness and communicate information to others regarding vehicle towing regulations and requirements
• Process towing invoices for payment
• Evaluate parking enforcement strategies recommended changes, as warranted
• Train CSU officers on parking services program and responsibilities as a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer (MLEO)
• Develop and apply operating procedures
• Prepares tenders for parking related services and equipment

Parking Lot Design
• Provide technical expertise regarding parking lot design and assignment of parking spaces
• Conduct/review site audits for fire routes, disabled parking and general parking conditions

Fleet
• Liaise with TCH Commercial Business Unit, City of Toronto Fleet Services and CSU staff regarding fleet vehicles, equipment and documentation
• Maintain vehicle information
• Reconcile fleet related invoices
• Track and act as liaison for driver permit training, vehicle accident follow-up
• Maintain awareness of and communicates of TCHC and

City fleet requirements
Parking Lot Design
• Provide technical expertise regarding parking lot design and assignment of parking spaces
• Conduct/review site audits for fire routes, disabled parking and general parking conditions

Other Services
• Provide administrative support and/or other duties as assigned
• Explore new ways to ensure efficient use of current resources
• Participate on various committees and/or working groups as assigned

What you’ll need
• College diploma in courts administration, police foundations, criminal justice, law or related discipline
• 3 years’ experience in courts administration or related field
• Must possess a valid Ontario Class G Driver’s License (proof of possession will be required at time of job offer)
• Possess and maintain full security and police clearance including fingerprinting and background check
• Decision making skills
• Problem Solving skills
• Customer Service skills to address complaints received
• Communication skills to prepare management reports and briefing materials
• Computer skills to prepare reports, tracking and monitoring spreadsheets
• Knowledge or safety and security practices, techniques, municipal by-laws and court procedures
• Ability to understand parking related rules, regulations and documentation

Police Clearance Letter
All applicants are required to submit a Police Clearance Letter with their resume at the time of resume submission (Clearance Letters must be dated within the last 6 months).
A Clearance Letter is a formal document produced on secure paper indicating that the subject of the inquiry has no criminal convictions in the National Repository of Criminal Records maintained by the RCMP. Police Clearance Letters can be obtained at various locations depending upon your area of residence.

Police Clearance Letters can be obtained at the following locations:
Toronto Police Headquarters
40 College Street
www.torontopolice.on.ca/recordsmanagement/clearance.php
Peel Regional Police
7750 Hurontario Street
www.peelpolice.on.ca
York Regional Police
9350 Yonge Street, or
17250 Yonge Street
www.police.york.on.ca/hq/index.htm

Requests for Clearance Letters must be made in person. Some locations provide same day service. Please check the individual locations for their business hours. Letters are obtained at the applicants' expense.

What’s next
Once you apply, we’ll review your resume and cover letter to determine if your skills and experience match the qualifications for the role. Only qualified candidates will be contacted to move forward in the hiring process. If you are contacted, the process will include an interview, written/practical test, and reference check.
Here's your chance to bring your knowledge and expertise to our team and contribute to providing better homes, better neighbourhoods, and a better Toronto for all. When submitting your application/resume, be sure to tell us about your skills and qualifications that are a match to those specified in the job posting. You can update your profile at anytime, but please note that only application information submitted prior to the deadline to apply will be accepted.
We encourage you to continue to refer to our career page as new opportunities become available on a regular basis. Thank you for your interest in Toronto Community Housing!
________________________________________Accessibility for Applicants
Toronto Community Housing is committed to equity in employment. Our goal is a diverse, inclusive, and barrier-free workplace that reflects the communities we serve.
We will provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities at all stages of the hiring process in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and Toronto Community Housing’s Accessibility Policy.
If you are a person with a disability and need the job posting in an alternative format or any other accessible accommodations during the hiring process, please email your request to our Human Resources department at accessibility.hr@torontohousing.ca or call our accessible accommodations line at 416-981-4119. Please refer to the job requisition number when you contact us.


Application Instructions

Please apply through our online website at www.torontohousing.ca/careers


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