Fast-track your career and become a fully trained Police Officer in just 6 months!
The Nunavik Police Service is responsible for policing duties covering the 14 villages of the Nunavik Region in Northern Quebec. In addition to providing competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, we are committed to fostering a culture of growth and advancement, offering our employees a multitude of pathways to develop their talents, seize new challenges, and progress in their career.
Why choose a Career with us?
About the role
The Nunavik Police Service is seeking individuals who are dedicated to making a difference as police officers. As a police officer, you will have the unique opportunity to protect and serve the community you are living in while honoring cultural traditions and fostering positive relationships.
Our regular work week is 40 hours. Normal schedules comprise 5 days (8-hour shifts) or 4 days (10-hour shifts) per week depending on the community where you will be assigned. You will also be required to remain on call outside your regular hours of work. On-call employees are paid 25% of their regular hourly rate. Employees called back to work are paid 3 hours at time and a half (x1.5)
Are you ready to make a last impact as a Nunavik Police Officer? Take the first step towards a rewarding career, apply today, and help shape a safer future for our communities!
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If you have any other questions, please contact the Human Resources department by email at the following address **@*************.**
To meet the Quebec Police Act’s equivalence standards, the Nunavik Police Service will send recruits to the RCMP’s Depot Police Academy in Regina. Applicants must be willing to attend and pass the 26-weeks basic training program before starting their assignment with the Nunavik Police Service.
The Nunavik Police Service will pay the recruit’s tuition fees and pay them a salary of $700.83 per week during the 26- week basic training program. In exchange, applicants must be willing to sign an agreement to stay in the employ of the NPS for five years.