Qualifications for This Role Include

Qualifications for This Role Include

BC Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Fort St. John or Dawson Creek, BC

Commercial TransportEnforcement Officer
Salary $56,197.66- $64,017.66annually, as of February 4, 2018
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career opportunity?Are you interested in compliance, enforcement and road safety?Are you a person of high standards, conduct and morals?
If you answered yes to these questions, Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement is looking for you to join part of our team!
Every minute of every day, the people and businesses in this province rely on the services provided by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure for their prosperity and safety. This service to British Columbians is the core mandate of our ministry and can't happen without the decisive, knowledgeable and forward-thinking skills of our employees.
Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement Branch (CVSE) programs provide enforcement through delivery of six acts and regulations designed to improve vehicle and driver fitness and the protection of the highway infrastructure. The effectiveness of our educational, enforcement, monitoring and inspection programs motivates and facilitates safe operators, thereby securing safer highways for British Columbians.
The Commercial TransportEnforcement Officer enforces compliance with the acts, regulations and standards that govern the road transportation industry, protect highway infrastructure and protect the safety of highway users. Within the assigned area, the position will monitor roadways, operate Vehicle Inspection Stations (permanent/stationary, portable, mobile) and conduct mechanical and safety checks on commercial vehicles. This position is a Commercial Transport Inspector (CTI) for the purposes of enforcement authorities and, as a British Columbia Peace Officer, will enforce provisions of:Motor Vehicle Act, Commercial Transport Act, Dangerous Goods Act, Motor Fuel Tax Act, Transportation Act, Passenger Transportation Act and pursuant regulations, programs and standards. The Commercial Transport Enforcement Officer will issue warnings and prosecution notices, and may delay or detain vehicles and/or drivers.

Check out our CVSE website. You can learn more about the CVSE Branch and the type of work we do in a video interviewing staff about their positions.

Qualifications for this role include:

  • Secondary school graduation or equivalent.
  • Three years of experience as a Commercial Transport Inspector, or equivalent.
  • Valid BC Class 5 (minimum) Drivers’ Licence in good standing (with no more than 9 points within the last five year period).

Required Certifications:

  • Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) certification
  • Airbrake endorsement, certificate, or training
  • Justice Institute of B.C. Investigative and Enforcement Skills Certificate Program core courses
  • Mobile training course
  • Emergency Vehicle Operators course
  • Commercial Transport Inspector Portable Training course
  • Valid Survival Oriented First Aid Certificate (Preferred)
  • Dangerous Goods certification (Preferred)

For more information and to apply online by February 26, 2018, please go to: