Leduc County has an opportunity available for a full-time Peace Officer to join our organization.
Working for Leduc County is more than just a job. Leduc County gives you the freedom to have a rewarding, challenging career without having to give up those things - family, leisure, and job security - that really matter to you. Here, you can meet the needs of your family through flexible work hours; you can advance your career through employer-supported professional development; you can work for a large, progressive organization and still enjoy a close-knit community in the workplace; and you can find a competitive salary and benefit plan in an organization that strives to enhance quality of life for others.
Please submit your resume with a cover letter by 12:00 noon (MDT) on Friday April 12, 2019 by email (preferred) to: email@example.com.
All applicants are thanked in advance for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Peace Officers are responsible for the day to day enforcement of Leduc County By-laws and Provincial Statutes in accordance with the policies set out by County Council and the authorities granted by the Province of Alberta.
We offer a competitive salary range with excellent benefits, vacation and pension plans. For a full job description, please visit www.leduc-county.com
To qualify, candidates must have:
· A valid class 5 Alberta Operator’s License and an acceptable driving record;
· Completed a two (2) year post-secondary diploma relating to law enforcement or equivalent education, training and experience in the enforcement field;
· Completed the required training for Community Peace Officer Level I per the Alberta Solicitor General and Public Security’s policy and procedures manual or be eligible to complete the training;
· A minimum of three (3) years related experience in the law enforcement field;
· Knowledge of Provincial Statutes related to CPO-I duties;
· Be able to successfully complete (or have successfully completed) the PARE test (within 6 months); and
· Be capable of successfully passing the Alberta Solicitor General and Public Security Enhanced Background screening checks
The ideal candidate will have:
· Current First Aid and CPR/AED training
· Current PPCT or CTSS certification
· Current certification for use of Baton and OC Spray
· Training in Radar Lidar
· Training in emergency vehicle operation
· Training in Commercial Vehicle Weights & Dimensions and CVSA Inspections
Candidates with less experience or training may be considered.
Additional Job Information:
Posted Date: Mar 21, 2019
Closing Date: Apr 12, 2019