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Parking Policy & Permitting Manager

Department or Division: Community Standards

Term: Permanent full-time

Duties:

  1. Develops and implements a policy management framework and leads projects related to the research, development, implementation, and continuous monitoring of parking policies and programs with key stakeholders. Reviews policy effectiveness and recommends policy and program revisions.
  2. Leads assigned staff; hires, assigns work schedules, assesses staffing needs, identifies and pursues other resources if necessary and performs layoff and recall.  Plans and approves staff development.  Conducts performance management and, when required, disciplinary action. 
  3. Leads business area in day-to-day permitting operations including: correspondence with residents, businesses, and other stakeholders; managing permit and customer records; and resolving issues as needed.
  4. Prepares and presents reports and recommendations of the above activities to Committee, and City Council as required.
  5. Collaborates with Parking Section Coordinators and Managers to develop and adopt a comprehensive parking stall and permit inventory management system.
  6. Acts as the primary policy liaison between Parking Services and other internal departments and divisions such as City Solicitors, Community Development, Transportation, Planning and Development, etc.
  7. Leads and represents the section in external stakeholder engagement with business partners
  8. Assists with identifying budget and staff impacts related to proposed policy changes.
  9. Develops and manages permit program budgets and provides annual and quarterly reports, or as requested.
  10. Represents the Community Standards Division and provides support to internal and external committees.
  11. Acts as Parking Service’s primary webpage content editor, ensuring the City’s parking webpage is continually updated as policies and programs evolve.
  12. Prepares formal written and oral reports in response to customer, Council, and senior administration inquiries as required.
  13. Assists in the development of annual business plans.
  14. Acts as the Manager of Parking Section, as required.
  15. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Degree in Public Policy, Planning, Business, Administration, or a related discipline. Master’s degree and professional accreditation such as MCIP or CA would be an asset.
  • Four to six years' progressively responsible experience in a business or policy development role.  Experience managing parking inventory or a permitting business would be considered an asset.
  • Possession of a valid, Class 5 Saskatchewan Driver’s Licence.
  • Current driver’s abstract from SGI demonstrating a safe driving record.
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, including preparing and presenting formal information and decision reports to Standing Policy Committees and City Council.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform research, collect and analyze data, identify underlying issues, and recommend feasible policy options and/or operational improvements.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain positive and productive working relationships with staff, civic officials, representatives of other agencies and the public.
  • Demonstrated ability using Microsoft Office, running queries and working in large databases, and using online applications and other software for team collaboration.
  • Knowledge of the basic principles of municipal parking planning and operations, including a thorough understanding of applicable municipal regulations, bylaws, and provincial legislation.
  • Knowledge of generally accepted accounting, budgeting and financial procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to deal courteously and effectively with the public, the business community and other civic employees.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision.

Salary: $78,725.28 to $92,699.76 per annum (2016 rates)

Closing Date: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - 5:00 pm

Labour Group: SCMMA 222