Are you a Canadian citizen or permanent resident with a high school education and proficiency in the English language?
If so, the B.C. RCMP has a job opportunity for you.
The Mounties are looking to hire new dispatchers in British Columbia, and they’re promising a “modernized and streamlined” application process for new recruits.
On Wednesday, the B.C. RCMP announced the launch of a new dispatcher recruitment website, bcrcmp911.ca, which provides information about the job and the application process to prospective employees.
In a release, B.C. RCMP operational communications centre director Lois Karr said the new recruiting program aims to showcase “the rewarding career of a 911 police dispatcher,” while also highlighting the importance of the role.
“Dispatchers receive and process emergency and non-emergency calls from the public, Fire Departments, BC Ambulance Service and other first responder agencies, such as Search and Rescue,” B.C. RCMP says about the job.