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Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms

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Job Order #: 5673807

Employer Name:
The Legislative Assembly Service
Wage/Salary Info:
$4,694 to $6,103 per month
Posted Date:
13-Mar-2019
Location:
REGINA
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Apply By:
28-Mar-2019
How to Apply?:
Quote competition 1042441 in the subject of your email, submit a cover letter and resume by 5:00 p.m. (CST) March 28, 2019 to: Sergeant-at-Arms Attention: Terry Quinn Room#128 - 2405 Legislative Drive Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0B3 Tel: (306) 787-8798 E-mail: careers@legassembly.sk.ca

Application Information

Employer Name:
The Legislative Assembly Service

Contact Name:
Terry Quinn

Contact Phone:
306-787-8798

Contact Email:
careers@legassembly.sk.ca

Employer Website:
www.legassembly.sk.ca/about/employment



Description

The office of the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Legislative Assembly Service is seeking a Deputy Sergeant-at-Arms.  

Key responsibilities include:  supervising Special Constables and Sessional Ushers, performing House ceremonial duties in the absence of the Sergeant-at-Arms, ensuring a safe working environment for elected officials and employees working at the Legislative building; providing advice to elected Members and employees on security issues, policies and procedures; investigating complaints related to threats, disruptive persons, harassment and thefts within the precincts of the Legislative building; liaising with other law enforcement agencies; planning and conducting evacuations of the Legislative building due to natural or man-made threats as well as monitoring protests/demonstrations. To learn more about the LAS, our vision, Mission and Values, and to find further information about the position, salary and benefits, please visit www.legassembly.sk.ca/about/employment/

As the ideal candidate, you will have previous supervisory and policy development experience, knowledge of the Criminal Code (Canada), related provincial and federal statutes, and knowledge of current police procedures.  This knowledge is typically attained through RCMP training or graduation from a Police College with supplemental education/training in related fields such as Investigative Procedures, Risk Assessment and Management, Crisis Intervention and De-escalation and several years of policing experience.

The position requires the successful candidate to hold a valid First Aid CPR/AED level C certification, to obtain a Criminal Records Check, successfully complete an annual firearm qualifications and meet the conditions of the Security Staff Occupational Requirements policy.  

All employees of the Legislative Assembly Service are required to provide non-partisan, confidential service to all Members of the Legislative Assembly.

 

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