Clearwater County has an opportunity for a trained and seasoned Community Peace Officer (CPO) to join our dedicated team. Key responsibilities include enforcement for compliance of applicable provincial statutes and municipal by-laws, patrol, documentation for court and other legislative requirements, applicable investigations and maintaining positive community relations. If you have a genuine commitment to public service, ability to exercise good judgment, maturity and common sense, and believe in collaboration and teamwork, then we want to hear from you.
During this unique time of a pandemic, we are giving preference to candidates who are immediately eligible for the CPO 1 appointment by the Solicitor General’s office.
Please provide an updated resume, cover letter indicating reasons why you would be a great fit for Clearwater County, and two business references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Responsibilities Include:
Key responsibilities include:
enforcement for compliance of applicable provincial statutes and municipal by-laws,
documentation for court and other legislative requirements, applicable investigations and maintaining positive community relations.
Completed training/certification through Alberta Solicitor General Justice College;
Interpret and administer provincial legislation, traffic enforcement and Commercial vehicles weights/dimensions;
Class 5 Driver’s License and Five-Year Driver Abstract;
Current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector Check;
Valid/successful completion of the P.A.R.E. physical test (4:45) within the past year;
Current 1st Aid/CPR/AED certification;
Availability to work shifts, weekends and statutory holidays (40 hours/week, based on a schedule of 10 hours/day X 4 days);
Diploma/certificate from a recognized Law Enforcement program [asset];
Previous experience working in a rural municipality [asset];