Fare Inspector recruitment
Fare Inspectors work in partnership with other TTC employees and the community to support the TTC’s vision of a transit system that makes Toronto proud.
What are the responsibilities of a Fare Inspector?
- Maintaining the integrity of the fare system, preserving TTC assets and providing excellent customer service as well as maintaining positive relations with the public
- Connecting and working collaboratively with other TTC employees
- Ensuring consistent and non-discriminatory education and compliance with TTC By-Law #1 and applicable statutes in accordance with the Department’s code of conduct, code of ethics, core values and mission statement
Is this job for you?
- You have strong verbal and customer service skills
- You’re motivated and goal-orientated
- You’re organized and detail-orientated
- You’re a team player with the ability to work well with others
- You're able to speak multiple languages
What are the benefits of being a Fare Inspector?
- Flexible shift schedules allow you to maintain work/life balance
- Competitive salary with a comprehensive benefits and pension plan
- Work in a dynamic team environment with skilled colleagues
- Opportunities for career advancement
What is the TTC looking for in a Fare Inspector?
- Strong situational assessment, analytical skills, problem-solving and decision-making skills
- An enthusiasm for promoting and maintaining positive customer service and communications with the public and TTC employees
- Able to maintain a calm, respectful demeanor in challenging situations
- Able to exercise discretion
- Successful completion of Grade 12 or recognized equivalent, combined with several years of customer service/hospitality, social services or equivalent experience
- Must pass and maintain the established TTC Revenue Protection Fare Inspector recruitment and training standards and background investigation/checks, as required