University of Waterloo

  • Parking Enforcement Officer

    Requisition ID
    Job Category
    Parking Services
    6400 - Parking
    Job Status
    Temporary Appointment (Contract)
    Hiring Range
    $44,782 - $55,978
  • Overview

    Term: 6 months


    The purpose of the enforcement officer is to carry out routine foot patrols of University properties and taking appropriate action to ensure compliance with university parking policies.


    • Identify vehicles in violation of university policy, checking with dispatchers using two-way radios or cell phones, when necessary to confirm identities or to determine whether vehicles need to be ticketed or towed
    • Make arrangements for illegally parked or abandoned vehicles to be towed, and direct tow-truck drivers to the correct vehicles
    • Perform traffic control duties such as setting up barricades and temporary signs, placing bags on parking meters to limit their use, or directing traffic during major campus events
    • Provide information to the public regarding parking regulations and facilities, and directions to campus buildings and points of interest
    • Collection of money from all pay and display and parking meters for deposit


    • A certificate of Graduation from an accredited Law and Security or Police Foundations Program from a Community College or equivalent
    • One year experience in a parking related field is preferred
    • Proficient with computers and a computerized ticketing system
    • Knowledge of AIMS (Automated Issuance Management System) would be an asset
    • All successful candidates will be required to provide and maintain a clear Criminal Record Check and a clear Driver’s Abstract as a condition of employment
    • First Aid Certification is required
    • Able to lift up to 50 lbs. (cash boxes)
    • Must be willing to work shifts and weekends with some of them being mandatory (i.e., Student Move-in Days, Convocation)


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