One organization, unparalleled opportunities.
GRIMSBY, ON, Aug. 2 /CNW/ - The RCMP is hiring! Canada's national police
service is looking for people from all walks of life interested in a career in
policing. We offer a challenging and exciting future to those interested in
making a difference in their communities and their country.
Attend a career presentation to find out more about becoming a Mountie.
Over the course of 90 minutes, a local RCMP member will discuss the
opportunities in a policing career, outline the recruiting process
step-by-step, provide advice and answer questions.
The next career presentation in your area is scheduled for:
DATE, TIME: August 8, 2007 1:00 pm
LOCATION: West Lincoln Legion
ADDRESS: 233 Elizabeth Street, Grimsby, Ontario
There has never been a better time to apply. Due to retirements and
increasing demands for police officers across the country, the RCMP plans to
train up to 2,000 cadets each year for the next few years.
A career with the RCMP offers the chance to have a daily positive impact
on the community while enjoying vast opportunities for growth and development
in dozens of specialized units and even international postings. We also offer
job security and an attractive pay and benefits package.
To apply to the RCMP, you must be a Canadian citizen, 19 years or older
(may begin the application process at 18), of good character, proficient in
English or French and have a high school diploma or equivalent. You must also
possess a valid Canadian driver's licence and meet medical/health standards.
The RCMP is looking for people who are responsible, respectful,
professional, compassionate, honest and have integrity. Once training is
successfully completed, a new member will be posted to any one of our 750
detachments across the country.
For more information on a career with the RCMP, visit our website at
www.rcmp.gc.ca or contact your local recruiting office.
For further information:
For further information: MEDIA CONTACT NAME: Nathalie TESSIER, POSITION:
Central Region Recruiting, PHONE NUMBER: 1-877-888-0433