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Winnipeg Police Service

Information Sessions - What You Need to Know!

The Service welcomes you to attend one of the information sessions listed below to meet Recruiters and the WPS Physical Fitness Coordinator who will provide you with all you need to know about the job, application process and benefits.

The information session is a formal presentation with the opportunity to ask questions throughout, and meet Recruiters one on one after the presentation.

Cadet Information Session

The Winnipeg Police Service will be hosting an Auxiliary Cadet information session at the University of Manitoba for U of M students and faculty on:

Tuesday November 6th, 2018 from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM 
474 UMSU University Centre, University of Manitoba

The Winnipeg Police Service is offering an exciting and challenging career opportunity for honest and trustworthy individuals of high moral character to fill positions of Auxiliary Cadets.

You are invited to attend an information session for an overview of the Winnipeg Police Cadet Unit and what is involved in the selection process.

FULL-TIME and PART-TIME positions available

To sign up please  Register at CareerConnect.

 

Listed below are the topics that will be presented:

Recruiters:

  1. Role and responsibility of Cadets
    • Variety of tasks performed
    • Shifting
    • Part-time positions
  2. Benefits:
    • Wage
    • Shift premiums
    • Fringe Benefits
    • Basic and on-going training
    • Internal civilian job opportunities
  3. Application Process:
    • Benefits of applying before the deadline
    • Selection process
      1. Written test
      2. Interview
      3. Background investigation
      4. Psychological and medical testing
      5. Final selection

WPS Fitness Coordinator

  • Helpful hints on conditioning
  • Techniques to assist in passing the WPS-PAT
Last Update: May 30, 2018

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"The City of Winnipeg has committed itself to the implementation of an Employment Equity Program. This program is an employer initiated action to ensure that recruitment, selection, and promotion of all current and future employees is carried out in a non-discriminatory manner."

All Qualified Individuals Are Encouraged To Apply.

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