For this position, experience, education and/or training in the areas of law enforcement, commercial vehicle mechanics and commercial transportation are assets.
This could be obtained through:
- Completion of a law enforcement diploma, degree, certification or Police Foundations Training; including online education/certificates specific to the commercial vehicle environment.
- Training and experience in private and/or commercial vehicle mechanics or fitness inspection;
- Experience operating and maintaining commercial vehicles; or
- Any combination of the above.
Knowledge of investigation and legal/court processes and procedures are also considered assets.
Applicants must have a First Aid/CPR with AED certificate valid to July 2021 or beyond, and it must be attached to the online application.
If your qualifications advance you to the next stage of the application process, you will need to successfully complete a series of Suitability Assessment Tests that consists of:
- Problem-solving and temperament questionnaires
- A medical, physical and bio-mechanical assessment
- Police Officers' Physical Abilities Test (POPAT)
- OH&S Job Demands Testing
The final stage of the application process consists of an in-person interview, psychological testing, character reference checks, field investigation and a criminal record check. After you successfully complete this stage of the application process you may be selected to become a Saskatchewan Highway Patrol Officer.