Constable

City of Weyburn - Weyburn, SK (il y a 30+ jours)

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Date: July 28, 2020
Location: Weyburn

Weyburn Police Service is accepting applications for the position of full-time CONSTABLE. The qualifications and
abilities of all applicants in the process will be examined and compared to determine the best overall candidate.
We place importance on such assets as community volunteer experience and work experience involving positions
of responsibility or interaction with the public. Second language and computer skills are an additional asset.

Minimum Requirements:
18 years of age.
Grade 12 graduation or equivalent.
Excellent physical condition is essential.
Canadian citizen, landed immigrant or have permanent residency at the time of application.
Valid driver's license (unrestricted for a minimum of one year) and good driving record.
Good moral character. Recent drug use and/or other criminal activity, either detected or undetected by

police, will result in a deferral. No criminal convictions or pending criminal charges before the Courts
(copy of Pardon required).

Exemplary employment record.
Excellent communication skills, written and oral and computer skills.
Excellent health with no medical conditions which would prohibit the ability to safely complete recruit

training and perform all aspects of police work.

Visual/Hearing Acuity:
Minimum acuity of 20/60 in each eye or 20/40 in one eye and 20/100 in the other, without any corrective
lenses.

Colour deficiency may exclude a candidate.
Applicants whose visual acuity has been corrected by eye surgery will not be considered until six months

after the date of surgery for Lasik or PRK.
Hearing standards must be met.

Physical Requirements:
Successfully complete the POPAT in required time and prior to first interview.
Applicant responsible for cost and scheduling.
Official testing performed by the Dr. Paul Schwann Centre in Regina.
For more information visit: www.uregina.ca/recservices/urfit/classschedule.html

Employment Equity:
The Weyburn Police Service is aware of the changing face of our community. To better reflect the cultural diversity
of the citizens of our City, we are committed to increasing the number of women, individuals with disabilities,
visible minorities and Aboriginal peoples within the Weyburn Police Service.

Additional Information:
For more information, visit www.weyburnpolice.ca (Recruitment tab -> Sworn Members).

To Apply:
Please email resume by August 28, 2020 to jblunden@weyburnpolice.ca or rstafford@weyburnpolice.ca.