We know what we want. How about you?
- Do you want to contribute to one of Canada's top research universities?
- Belong to a vibrant community making headlines with new knowledge?
- Do you want to be part of an organization that values collegiality, fresh ideas and enthusiasm?
- Do you want to develop your reputation, reach your potential and create positive change in your world?
If this is what you want, then become a Peace Officer with the University of Alberta Protective Services (UAPS). Working with the many diverse stakeholders at the University of Alberta we collectively create a safe and secure campus community that directly contributes to the success of our students, staff and community.
UAPS is committed to the principle of Equity in Employment. As an employer we welcome diversity in the workplace and encourage applications from all qualified persons, including Aboriginal peoples, and members of visible minorities.
Here's what we want…
We want to be indisputably recognized as one of the most professional and competent organizations anywhere. We want people who have a commitment to community service, are dedicated to self improvement and display ethical and moral behavior. We want people who share our vision to "Prevent crime and victimization through excellence in service delivery, community partnerships and community education". Our core value statement "Protecting Our Future" reflects our commitment to the community that we serve. All Service members share in and demonstrate the following values on a day to day basis; Integrity, Diversity, Human Dignity and Ethical Behaviour.
||Here’s what we are looking for…
The University of Alberta is committed to recruiting, training and developing the talents of well-rounded individuals with passion, integrity, empathy, and a desire to make a difference in people's lives. Protective Services provides a safe and secure environment to enhance learning, discovery and citizenship in support of the University of Alberta.
University of Alberta Peace Officers operate in an inclusive, dynamic and challenging environment . Peace officers receive initial and ongoing in-service training and have the opportunity to participate in a number of assignments including Patrol Services, Bike Unit, Community Liaison Officer, Field Training Officer, and Officer Safety. Officers may also elect to work additional hours for functions and events.
Peace Officers have opportunity to access to a variety of educational and personal development programs including recreational and fitness facilities. The University offers a comprehensive benefits package and competitive salary.
The successful applicant must be eligible for a Community Level One Peace Officer appointment from the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Public Security Peace Officer Program, and complete selection and training requirements. Requires shift work, including weekends and holidays.
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