Community Peace Office Level 1 (BB-2AC80)
Found in: Talent CA
Description:ABOUT THE ROLEThe Fort McKay First Nation is seeking a motivated and multitasked oriented individual who is flexible and works well in a team environment to fill the permanent full-time position of Community Peace Officer (LV1), reporting directly to the OHSE & Emergency Service Manager. Fort McKay First Nation (FMFN) is committed to enhancing community standards with a focus on public safety and security, with risks to the community considered a threat. From risk assessment to service delivery, we work in partnership with the RCMP, local businesses, and organizations to provide integrated solutions to security challenges. We make a difference by helping our people live, work, and play in safe and secure environment where they can thrive and prosper. This is a permanent full-time position and is based on seventy-five (75) hours bi-weekly and will include a mix of day shifts and night shifts.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Monitoring of community and industrial parks as well as traditional land areasBy-law enforcement and support including animal control.Main community building and capital asset patrols.Enforce traffic regulations including but not limited to identifying violations/using laser/radar, signaling violators to stop, directing traffic, and aiding motorists, and issuing summonses, appearance notices, and roadside suspensions.Fire-sprinkler system monitor watch.Security camera monitoring and support.Cleaning work areas and vehicles before leaving shift.Taking witness and victims statements.Observation and reporting of any unlawful activity.Control of access to premises being protected; South and North Shop, Houses under construction.Operate a company vehicle for work related purposes.Maintain professional standards of FMFN by following the policies and procedures.Neutralize situations calmly with tact and common sense.KEY REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent – minimum. Post-Secondary education is preferred.Ability to pass a police clearance.Must be able to provide a clean driver’s abstract with a class 5 license Must have a Community Peace Officer Level 1 (CPO 1) designation or equivalent.Emergency First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certificate;Good physical fitness to move with ease throughout - sitting, standing, walking intervals.Past experience as a Peace Officer, Police Officer or Bylaw Officer would be an assetExperience in First Nations community is a definite assetAble to speak, read and write Cree and Dene is an assetHOW TO APPLY:ONLINE: can also check us out on social media -> Facebook & LinkedIn Closing Date: Until filledPlease ensure you indicate the Competition #003-2021*Preference will be given to qualified applicants of Aboriginal ancestry in any hiring decision, please declare your Aboriginal status in your application.
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