Competition #: 217197 Opening Date: 6/5/17
Scope: Open to all Applicants Closing Date: 6/20/17
Location: Main Campus
NAIT (The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) is one of the largest polytechnic institutes in Canada, providing education in advanced technologies, business, skilled trades and allied health to more than 80,000 registrants annually at 13 sites in the Edmonton region as well as nationally and internationally. NAIT graduates provide the skilled workforce required to support Alberta’s current and emergent economic needs. Recognized for the last three years as one of the top employers in the Province of Alberta, NAIT is one of Canada’s foremost trainers in technology-based education.
By supporting NAIT’s image, values and reputation for excellence in customer service and helping keep our campuses safe for staff, students, and visitors; we are looking for professional individuals who have a sense of commitment and want to be a part of the NAIT community. This role emphasizes building a positive team atmosphere within the work unit and fostering positive relationships with NAIT staff, students and guests.
Reporting to a Peace Officer Sergeant, the Community Peace Officer is responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for staff, students, visitors and Institute property. A Peace Officer also provides effective and efficient facilities security, responds and directs events which may occur on the property, investigates and documents all security related incidents/activities, acts as a liaison for visiting or responding emergency response department personnel, provides informational services, traffic safety patrols and parking enforcement on NAIT premises, property control, surveillance services, executive security services, responding and enforcing legislation, statutes and regulations as a designated "Peace Officer". You will communicate standards and best practices on matters affecting the overall security and safety of the NAIT community.
Skills and Knowledge:
The successful candidate will possess excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills with proven relationship building abilities. Experience working in a post-secondary environment is a strong asset.
A recognized post-secondary diploma in a related field is required.
Minimum 3 years of strong Customer Service experience required
Minimum of 1 year of related diverse law enforcement experience required
Preference may be given to applicants who currently hold a valid certification as a Level 1 - Community Peace Officer or who are eligible to obtain the appointment immediately.
Satisfactory medical and vision.
Computer experience with Microsoft Windows based systems and Microsoft Office applications.
Have a Class 5 Alberta Driver’s License with no more than six demerits.
Current Standard First Aid, Level C CPR and AED certification.
Be physically fit and able to pass the Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation (P.A.R.E.) with a minimum passing score at or under four minutes and forty five seconds. (4:45)
Selected candidates will be required to undergo a criminal record and police check.
If successful, your appointment as a Level 1 - Community Peace Officer by Alberta's Solicitor General, under the Peace Officer Act, is required. Further information on the requirements can be found on the Peace Officers page of the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General site www.solgps.alberta.ca.
Remuneration: $2,277.06-$2,948.62 bi-weekly
Hours of Work: Rotating shift work.
This position is covered by the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) Collective Agreement.
We thank all applicants for their interest in NAIT as an employer. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from World Education Services or the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) - http://eae.alberta.ca/labour-and-immigration/overview-of-immigration/int...