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Winnipeg Police Service

Recruiting - Civilian Members

The Winnipeg Police Service is hiring for the position ofData Integration Programmer .  The Data Integration Programmer is responsible for the analysis, design, development, modification, testing, documentation, deployment and problem resolution of data models, profiles, transformations, and other data sources and destinations including data warehouses. This position also provides database administration functions. The deadline for application is Tuesday, October 23, 2018.

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Civilian members perform a variety of vital functions within the Winnipeg Police Service, enabling our officers to offer the highest level of services to the citizens of Winnipeg and provide critical support to the organization. Over one quarter of the Winnipeg Police Service is comprised of civilian; uniform and non-uniform members.

The civilian component encompasses many job functions offering opportunities to work in diverse areas such as communications, administration, supervisory, forensics, crime analysis, research, maintenance, information technology, human resources, policy, evidence management, and public relations, among others.


Last Update: October 4, 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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