Greater Sudbury Police Service is currently accepting applications for:

 One Year Internship- Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Intern
Under the general supervision of the Strategic Operations Inspector, the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Intern will contribute to the development of a comprehensive EDI Strategy for the Greater Sudbury Police Service.  This will include researching best practices in policing with a view of enhancing professional development materials and expanded learning opportunities, internal and external messaging and service delivery approaches.  Working closely with key stakeholders including Service Advisory Committees, community partners and internal divisions the EDI Intern will assist in the research, development and implementation of project deliverables.  

Promoting the Service’s R.I.C.H (Respect, Inclusivity, Courage and Honesty) Values the EDI Intern will review, report and provide advice on matters related to multicultural/multiracial communities and will make recommendations on building upon and maintaining public trust. The EDI Intern will also assist with conducting a Census Survey in order to better inform of gaps in current service delivery capacity.

 

This position is through funding received from the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation.  Applicants legally entitled to work in Canada and pursuing a career in their field of study are eligible to participate. Under the grant requirements, candidates must have graduated from their field of study within the last three years and this must be the candidate’s first time employment in their field of study.

 

View Full Posting: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Intern

Application Deadline: Friday, January 15th 2021 at 0800hrs

How to Apply:

Please e-mail or mail the following completed documents to the contact information listed below:

Applications can be sent via e-mail to gsps.hr@gsps.ca or by mail.

Mailing Address:

190 Brady Street
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1C7
Attention: Human Resources

 Part Time Customer Service Clerk

The Customer Service Clerk serves as a liaison between the general public and police Records Branch by providing a customer service through telephone and office reception.  In addition, operates the main Switchboard console, and processes documentation for various police related purposes.

 

View Full Posting: Part Time Customer Service Clerk

 

Application Deadline: Friday, January 22nd 2021 at 0800hrs

 

How to Apply:

Please e-mail or mail the following completed documents to the contact information listed below:

Applications can be sent via e-mail to gsps.hr@gsps.ca or by mail.

 

Mailing Address:

190 Brady Street
Sudbury, ON P3E 1C7
Attention: Human Resources

 

 Part Time Court Clerk

Attend Court when required with accurate court documents/files in order to assist the Crown Attorney during applicable proceedings such as but not limited to Bail, Set Date, Confirmation Hearings, Domestic Violence Court, Wellness Court and First Appearance Court.  In addition to accurately record court dispositions from SCOPE LEM (Scheduling Crown Operations Prepared Electronically Law Enforcement Module) for Greater Sudbury Police Service charges so that they may be recorded by the RCMP.  The Court Clerk is also responsible for the preparation of all documentation required for court purposes, ensuring accuracy in order to obtain convictions.

 

View Full Posting: Part Time Court Clerk

 

Application Deadline: Friday, January 22nd 2021 at 0800hrs

 

How to Apply:

Please e-mail or mail the following completed documents to the contact information listed below:

Applications can be sent via e-mail to gsps.hr@gsps.ca or by mail.

 

Mailing Address:

190 Brady Street
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1C7
Attention: Human Resources

 

  • Administration
  • Courts
  • Communications and Information Technology
  • Crime and Research Analytics
  • Customer Service
  • Emergency Communications
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Records

Our civilian members are employed as permanent or temporary staff in both full-time and part-time capacities.

Being employed as a civilian member of GSPS provides individuals the opportunity to work within a policing environment without being a Police Officer.

We pride ourselves in offering a professional and inclusive workplace by ensuring the health, safety and well-being of our members is the first consideration in all that we do.

If you have any questions related to becoming a professional civilian member with the Greater Sudbury Police Service, please feel free to email us at gsps.hr@gsps.ca

 

At this time, the Greater Sudbury Police Service is not an eligible employer for the Sudbury Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Program.

If you are currently eligible to work in Canada, you may apply to any of the civilian job vacancies posted on our website. In order to apply to the position of Constable and Court Security/Special Constable, you must be a Permanent Resident or a Canadian Citizen.

Please visit Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada for more information regarding immigration pathways to Canada, and the investsudbury.ca website for more information on the Rural and Northern Pilot Program.