SO1-2 Sheriff's Officer 1-2
With a possibility of Term Full-Time work frequency.
Sheriff Services, Courts Division
The Pas MB
Advertisement Number: 40982
Salary(s): SO1-2 $23.49 - $30.43 per hour Plus Remoteness Allowance and Northern premium, if applicable.
Closing Date: July 3, 2023
he Manitoba government recognizes the importance of building an exemplary public service reflective of the citizens it serves, where diverse abilities, backgrounds, cultures, identities, languages and perspectives drives a high standard of service and innovation. The Manitoba government supports equitable employment practices and promotes representation of designated groups (women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities).
Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition. Consideration will be given to women, Indigenous people and persons with disabilities.
An eligibility list may be created for similar positions and will remain in effect for 12 months.
THIS IS AN ONGOING RECRUITMENT INITIATIVE
This will be an ongoing recruitment initiative for the Sheriff’s Officer position (SO1/2) for Courts Division in The Pas, MB. This will allow you to submit a single application screening form that will be considered for Sheriff’s Officer position that become vacant throughout the year until December 31, 2024, in The Pas, MB. This advertisement will remain open as positions are filled and application screening forms will be reviewed periodically.
If you are interested in a challenging enforcement profession, where sound communication and interpersonal skills are a necessity, then a career in Sheriff Services might be for you. A Sheriff’s Officer or Sheriff is not an office job. You may be called upon to work in courtrooms, vehicles, aircraft or various Manitoba Justice offices throughout the province. The public will see you as a uniformed representative of Manitoba Justice. The Manitoba Sheriff Services provides courtroom security in all court facilities throughout the province, including circuit court locations. Offices are maintained at primary court jurisdictions in Winnipeg, Thompson, Brandon, The Pas, Dauphin and Portage la Prairie.
These positions are for The Pas, Manitoba only.
To be considered for this competition, you must submit an Application Screening Form along with your resume, to the Public Service Commission by email (email@example.com) quoting 40982 and position title in the subject line. Complete the Application for Screening Form at the link above. Note that candidates will only be invited to the interview stage if they have satisfactorily met the screening stage (via Application Screening Form).
If you are successful in the application screening stage, candidates will be contacted to inform they must start their applications for Child/Adult Abuse Registry Check, Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search and must provide receipts prior to the interview.
To find out more about Remoteness Allowance and Northern premium, please visit https://www.gov.mb.ca/csc/labour/pubs/pdf/agreements/master_agree_14_19.pdf (Appendix B)
Conditions of Employment:
- Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
- A satisfactory enhanced security check Level IV
- A Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Search, Adult Abuse Registry Check and a Child Abuse Registry Check are mandatory and must be obtained prior to the commencement of Sheriff’s Officer Training
- A satisfactory medical fitness report will be required prior to the commencement of Sheriff’s Officer Training
- Full Class 4 Driver’s License (4F)
- Satisfactory Driver’s Abstract
- First Aid and CPR (level C) certificates
- The ability to travel within Manitoba (including small planes)
- Ability to work extended and flexible hours including short notice call ins is required
- Effective interpersonal skills including a positive attitude as well as ability to maintain a respectful environment
- Strong commitment to teamwork
- Excellent verbal communication skills
- Experience handling stress and the unexpected effectively and responsibly
- Strong problem solving, decision making and sound judgement skills
- Written communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Ability to interact with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds
- Ability to work under minimal supervision
Responsible for escorting, guarding, transporting and maintaining control of persons in custody. Maintains order, security and decorum in all courts as required. Assists in the enforcement of Writs and court orders, including seizures and evictions, delivers various court documents and apprehends persons under bench warrants
A satisfactory Driver's Abstract, a photocopy of a Criminal Record Check, Adult Abuse Registry Check and Child Abuse Registry Check are mandatory and must be provided (or proof of request provided i.e receipt) at the time of your interview.
For selected candidates, a mandatory unpaid training program of approximately 3-4 weeks (full days Monday to Friday) is required. Training will take place throughout the year. Following successful completion of the training program, candidates will be hired as part-time term Sheriff’s Officers. Regular full-time positions are then subsequently filled with part-time employees. A medical fitness report will be required prior to the commencement of Sheriff's Officer Training. A Full Class 4 Driver's License (4F), First Aid and CPR (level C) certificates are to be provided prior to the completion of training and before an offer of employment can be made