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City of Quesnel 
RCMP Guard 
JOB POSTING Internal/External - CUPE Local 1050 Position: RCMP Guard Status: Casual Posting Date: January 5, 2021 Application Deadline: January 19, 2021 by 4pm Competition Number: 21-01 Wage: $29.58 (Plus $1.20 in Lieu of benefits) How to apply: Please send your resume with competition number, in confidence to: Human Resources Manager City of Quesnel 410 Kinchant Street Quesnel, BC V2J 7J5 Apply online or Email: hr@quesnel.ca (Word or pdf document only please) The City of Quesnel requires a casual custodial Guard to work in the holding cell block area of the RCMP Detachment. The successful applicant is required to be available on a casual on-call basis, to cover vacation and sick leave, or unexpected work volume. This position is primarily shift work with work hours occurring during the days, nights and on weekends. A suitable applicant would be physically able to work 12-hour shifts and be flexible with availability where there would be long periods without work or very little and other times where full-time coverage would be required. Successful applicants will be subject to a full security screening. The City of Quesnel is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. NATURE OF POSITION This is a custodial position responsible for the welfare, safety and security of prisoners confined as outlined by the RCMP Operations Policy and the Quesnel Detachment Post Orders. The main duties associated with the position relate to the admitting, guarding, and releasing of prisoners, cleaning and maintenance of the cell block area, performing basic office duties (including monthly written and computer reports and statistics) record keeping, runs prisoner profile on CPIC, and prisoner meal preparation. Exposure to emotionally upset persons, possibly of a dangerous nature is to be expected, in addition to frequent verbal abuse from the prisoners. DUTIES: Conducts cell checks before and after lockup As required, completes booking forms in relation to detainees incarceration and release Maintains register log records of date and time prisoners are brought in and time of release Checks and secures prisoners effects; checks and returns same at time of release Assists with or prepares booking-in documents on CABS for regular member Assists members in fingerprinting and photocopying of prisoners Prepares manual or CABS photograph line-ups of suspects for regular members When required, performs body searches on same-sex prisoners Conducts regular surveillance of prisoners Assists member to meet prisoner privileges: i.e. showers, visitors and telephone calls Maintains log on prisoner activity, i.e. phone calls, visitors Supplies toiletries, reading material and extra blankets as necessary Records and reports all incidents or occurrences by the prisoner while incarcerated Keeps records on: Prisoners, Surveillance tapes, CABS Photo database, Food, Stationary Responds to telephone inquiries from Sheriffs, Court Liaison, other Detachments Prepares meals from supplies three times daily: order salad supplement when required Maintains cell block area, cells, office in a clean and sanitary condition and requisitions cleaning supplies when stock reaches re-order levels Arranges for laundry pickup and delivery When there are no prisoners, assists with record filing and front counter complaints Runs prisoner profile on CPIC Performs other related duties as required REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience At a minimum, the incumbent must possess the following qualifications: Grade 12 education Federal RCMP Security Clearance, or the ability to obtain and maintain this Possess a valid First Aid Certificate and CPR Certificate Minimum of one (1) year experience with Windows based computer programs Working knowledge of security practice and/or related RCMP departmental experience and knowledge as a Guard or in a police-related position Minimum of one (1) year experience with Windows based computer programs Skills and Abilities Ability to learn computer based record keeping Ability to communicate effectively in English Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions and work independently Good interpersonal skills, and be able to maintain a good working relationship with other employees and members Tact, courteous, diplomatic and persuasive skills in dealing with difficult and sensitive situations Must be alert, calm and collected in an emergency situation, and physically fit to handle all required duties of the position that demands physical effort Must have tolerance and patience when dealing with inebriated and unruly persons Must be able to maintain a high level of confidentiality Must be physically capable of and available to work 12 hour shift pattern including evenings, nights and weekends The City thanks all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. (1100213h)




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