Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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Join us as a Traffic Officer with the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol and take pride in protecting provincial highways.
Here's what's in it for you:
The primary duties of the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol include, but are not limited to:
Officers are also members of the Provincial Protection and Response Team (PRT) and have arrest and detention powers.
Other duties include, but are not limited to:
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:
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 2022 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:
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.
The University of Regina's Paul Schwann Centre offers a virtual training course to help individuals get ready to take the POPAT. Although not mandatory to the application process, this training may help individuals prepare for the POPAT. Individual applicants are responsible for the cost of this program. More information can be found in the Paul Schwann Centre poster.
Candidates who receive an Offer of Employment, will be required to be successfully complete:
This two-part program is an extensive course that provides you with job specific training and tools required to start your career with Saskatchewan Highway Patrol. During training, you will receive classroom and practical field training from experienced officers and other experts from the Saskatchewan Police College and Saskatchewan Highway Patrol.
The Recruit Training Program is operated at facilities at the University of Regina where recruits have access to on-campus facilities. This includes paid membership to the Fitness and Lifestyle Centre and fitness program by trainers at the Dr. Paul Schwann Centre.
Visit the Police College webpage for information.
Applications are only accepted online during an active hiring process. Positions are posted at Jobs in the Saskatchewan Public Service.
For more information on the assessment process of applicants, review:
Contact the Recruiting Manager at: 306-787-0703
For a full description of the salary and benefits, please visit the In-scope Benefits webpage.
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