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Lakeland District Protective Services is accepting applications for a permanent full-time Municipal Law Enforcement Officer. This position is open to experienced, well qualified and new applicants. The position will require that you meet the standards and requirements of the Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public
Safety as required for their Community Safety Officer Program. You shall be able to receive a Special Constable appointment, pursuant to The Police Act, 1990.
The successful candidate may be required to attend and successfully complete training prior to deployment in the field. Our candidate of choice must be able to work a variety of shift patterns including weekends, evenings, and nights, and be available for on-call. This exciting opportunity in law enforcement requires a proven self-starter that will complement our Service. LDPS provides service in the regulation, enforcement and education of municipal, provincial and federal laws with a strong focus on community visibility and safety. You will be a team player able to work independently, and as part of a team in potentially stressful situations. You will have exceptional communication and public relations skills, excellent time management and organizational skills. You must have the ability to work well with other law enforcement and regulatory agencies in a manner that reflects the principals and values of the municipality and surrounding communities. Ideally, you will have demonstrated experience in the enforcement of regulations and enactments. You will be able to prioritize service delivery in response to calls for service that is timely and efficient. You will be required to complete assigned tasks on time with minimal supervision. Your superior work ethic, character, and time management skills will contribute to the success and safety of the community. Your keen analytical, interpersonal skills and compassion will allow you to easily transition into this diverse position. Ideally you will have completed post-secondary education in a related human services field or related area of study.
The successful candidate will have clearly identified in their covering letter direct examples of where they have provided service in the enforcement, regulation and education of municipal, provincial or federal law. You will articulate and how you have gained the knowledge and skills required for this position. Your
previous experiences will detail your proven ability to work independently. This position is located in beautiful lake country, headquartered in Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan.
Interested applicants are asked to forward their information on or before 1:00 pm, September 23, 2021 in confidence to;
Lakeland District Protective Services
Christopher Lake, SK S0J 0N0
Or by hand delivering your packing in a sealed envelope to the District of Lakeland’s Administration Office located at 48 – Main Street West, Christopher Lake clearly addressed to “LDPS”
We thank all of those that applied, however only those selected for an interview shall be contacted.