Job Title: Police Constable – New Recruit Hamilton Police Ontario
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Department: Hamilton Police Service

Number of Vacancies: As required, due to attrition

Union/Non-Union: Hamilton Police Association

Job Location: Will be rotated throughout different areas of the Service

Hours of Work: Average of 40 hours per week (e.g. may work 36 hours one week, 48 hours the next week); must be willing to work up to twelve (12) hour rotating shifts in a 24 hour/day, 365 day/year operation, including days, evenings, nights, weekends, and statutory holidays.

Salary: As of 1 January 2017, a Constable-in-Training at the Ontario Police College (OPC) earns $56,969/annually. Upon graduation from OPC, members will become 4th Class Constables earning $66,464/annually. As a 1st Class Constable, you can earn $94,949 – 103,496/annually.

Status/Length: Regular (Permanent) Full-Time

RECRUITING OUR FUTURE TODAY

ONE CAREER, ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES

We are looking for qualified candidates who are interested in a rewarding and challenging career serving the City of Hamilton community as a Police Constable.

As an organization we are committed to reflecting the demographic we serve. We encourage applications from our diverse community, including, but not limited to, Aboriginal Persons, Persons with Disabilities, Women, Visibly Racialized Persons, LGBTQ Members, those who are able to speak another language(s) fluently, and all others committed to the call of policing as a life-changing career.

If you are a currently serving Officer within Canada, please apply via our job posting for Police Constable – Lateral Transfer. If you are applying from outside of Canada, you will need to apply to this posting for Police Constable – New Recruit.

Job Summary

As a Hamilton Police Constable, your role will be to serve and protect in partnership with our communities. You must be able to build relationships in the community, show sensitivity to others, and demonstrate concern for the needs of all regardless of race, culture, or background.

General Duties

Improve and maintain the safety, security, and quality of life for residents of the City of Hamilton through the application of proactive community-based and problem-solving policing methods
Preserve the peace
Prevent crimes and other offences, and provide assistance and encouragement to other persons in their prevention
Assist victims of crime
Apprehend criminals and other offenders and others who may lawfully be taken into custody
Lay charges and participate in prosecutions
Execute warrants that are to be executed by police officers and perform related duties
Perform the lawful duties that the Chief of Police assigns
To be considered for a Police Constable – New Recruit position candidates must:

Be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Canada
Be at least eighteen (18) years of age
Have a Grade 12 High School Diploma, or the approved equivalent
Have a valid Class G Driver’s Licence, with no more than six (6) accumulated demerit points, permitting you to drive an automobile in Ontario with full driving privileges
Have a current Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police (OACP) Certificate of Results, including current Physical Readiness Evaluation for Police (PREP) throughout the recruitment process; visit the Applicant Testing Services (ATS) website at www.applicanttesting.com for further details and/or see the Hamilton Police PREP Test on YouTube for a video demonstrating the components of the PREP test; currently serving police constables are exempt from this requirement
Have a valid Standard First Aid certificate and valid CPR certificate (Basic Rescuer Level C) by the time you receive an offer of employment
Be physically and mentally able to perform the job, having regard for their own safety and the safety of members of the public, and maintain a good level of physical fitness
Meet medical, vision, and hearing standards outlined by the Constable Selection System (review the Medical Requirements for Candidates on the Ministry of Community Safety Correctional Services website at www.mcscs.jus.gov.on.ca)
Vision standards are as follows:
uncorrected visual acuity of at least 20/40 (6/12) binocularly (both eyes open); or
corrected visual acuity of at least 20/20 (6/6) binocularly; and
there are minimum requirements regarding refractive surgery, farsightedness (hyperopia), colour vision, depth perception and peripheral vision. With regards to laser surgery and Intra-Ocular lenses, acceptable, but applicants must meet specific standards.
Hearing standards are as follows:
hearing is acceptable if the applicant is able to hear tones at the following frequencies and related decibel levels:
four-frequency average (500, 1000, 2000, 3000 Hz) of 25 dB HL;
thresholds at none of these single frequencies shall exceed 35 dB HL and thresholds at 4000 Hz shall not exceed 45 dB HL.
candidates may also be required to undergo a speech recognition test as part of their hearing assessment.
Be of good moral character and habits, meaning that they are an individual other people would look upon as being trustworthy and having integrity
Have no criminal record for which a pardon has not been received (applicants must obtain a pardon if they have any criminal convictions under a federal statute)
Have strong English communication and comprehension skills; additional languages are an asset
Pass a security clearance as well as a background investigation, which includes education, employment, personal history, credit, and reference checks, as well as a home visit
Desirable Qualifications (not mandatory):

Ties to Hamilton by virtue of having lived, worked, attended school, or have family/friends living in Hamilton
Post-secondary College or University graduate
Commitment to continuous learning/self-improvement within the past 5 years (e.g. post-secondary courses, workshops, seminars, or any ongoing personal development activity)
Commitment to community involvement within the past 5 years (e.g. volunteering)
Stability in work and/or education within the past 5 years (e.g. engaged in schooling or demonstrated stability in employment)
Strong attention to detail (e.g. do not exclude yourself as a potential candidate by submitting a poorly presented application with spelling, grammar, or accuracy errors)
Must also be able to demonstrate the following competencies:

Analytical Thinking
Self-Confidence
Communication
Flexibility
Self-Control
Relationship Building
Achievement Orientation
Physical Skills/Abilities
Dealing With Diversity
For further details, please check out our website regarding Essential Competencies for Police Constables
Recruitment Process:

Application/Resume Review – You must have a current OACP Certificate including a current PREP in order to apply, and you will need to maintain these certifications throughout the recruitment process; any applicants with an expired OACP/PREP at any stage of the recruitment process will have their applications put on hold until certification is obtained
Pre-Background Questionnaire and Local Focus Written Composition (at this stage applicants will be required to provide all supplementary information/documentation; see our website for further details and copies of the necessary forms)
One-on-One Local Focus Interview (LFI) and Psychological Testing (MMPI-2 and 16PF)
Behavioural Based Essential Competency Interview (ECI)
Psychological Assessment Interview
Background Investigation
Conditional Offer of Employment subject to completion of full Medical Examination
Subsequent tests and assessments are dependent upon successful completion of the previous tests and assessments.

Terms

Applications (i.e. cover letter and resume – all one document) are to be submitted via the City of Hamilton’s Careers website.

Email correspondence is an essential part of the recruitment process. Ensure you have included your email address, as well as your business/day phone number, your home/evening number, and/or your cell phone numbers when you apply via the City of Hamilton website and on your application, to facilitate our ability to contact you.

There is no deadline to apply, however, we will be opening and closing our posting on a monthly basis, and it may take approximately 4-8 weeks to process an application.

We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for testing and/or an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or emails please. We are unable to respond to all applicants.

The Hamilton Police Service is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation for testing, interview, or employment purposes.

We invite you to visit the Hamilton Police Service website to obtain further information on the Service, or visit our Careerswebpage to obtain further information on career opportunities with our Police Service (e.g. Police Constable, Police Cadet, Civilian, Volunteer, and Auxiliary opportunities). Information on the Constable Selection System (CSS) can be found on the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services website.

If hired, the incumbent shall comply with all Health and Safety Policies and Practices for their position and the workplace.

By applying, you agree that the statements made by you are true, complete, and correct to the best of your knowledge. Further, you understand that any falsification of statements, misrepresentations, and/or deliberate omission or concealment of information may be considered just cause for dismissal.