Police Detachment Clerk
The City of Red Deer
Red Deer, AB
The Police Detachment Clerk provides administrative and operational support to the RCMP and Municipal Enforcement daily through the use of all relevant police databases, computer related software and communication devices. This position is responsible for file retrieval, data entry and modification, responding to all inquiries pertaining to files from various stakeholders, record management and all incoming and outgoing mail at the detachment.

Job Requirements:
Grade 12
1 years of direct experience in a policing administrative environment; or 2 years’ experience in a legal environment as an equivalent.
1 year of experience working with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel PowerPoint) and Adobe Acrobat.
Ability to pass RCMP security clearance prior to receiving an offer of employment
Must maintain RCMP security clearance throughout employment
Ability to type 55 wpm accurately
Must be able to satisfactorily complete tested courses in: RCMP PROS User Course, RCMP CPIC Maintenance Course, RCMP Records Information Manager Course
Must be able to satisfactorily complete Police Detachment Clerk Training
Must be able to work shift work

Specific Demands of the Job:
Must possess the ability to work independently with strong decision making capabilities and critical problem solving skills with the ability to remain calm in emergency and stressful situations
Discretely handle sensitive information while maintaining confidentiality
Demonstrated ability to work as part of the team; contributing to a respectful workplace at all times
Living up to The City of Red Deer Cornerstone Values; embracing our RISE Principles (Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence).
Conduct yourself appropriately in the workplace, demonstrating ethical behaviour and proper values as expressed through our Ethics Toolkit.
A keen interest in continued learning and development in all facets of your career at The City of Red Deer
Work is performed in a fast-paced and stressful environment often with many interruptions; the ability to multitask and prioritize on demand is a critical competency for this role
Must possess excellent organizational and time management skills with the ability to be self-motivated and work independently with little supervision
Employees are expected to work in a cooperative and collaborative environment, applying precedent, policies and procedures to varying circumstances in the performance of their duties
Must be well versed and highly knowledgeable in the statutes and laws of Canada, including but not limited to The Criminal Code of Canada, Provincial and Federal Statutes, Municipal Bylaws, and FOIPP
Maintain thorough knowledge of PROS/CPIC Policy and Regulations
Affiliation: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 417

Normal Hours of Work: Hours as scheduled.

  • Must successfully pass a stringent RCMP Clearance before commencing employment. If you currently have the required clearance, please indicate it clearly in your resume.
Attached Documents
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POIR - Police Detachment Clerk.pdf 30.4 kb Download
Applications are being accepted until January 18, 2019