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 Civilian Employment:

Now Accepting Applications for Part-Time Payroll Coordinator Assistant!

The Payroll Coordinator Assistant is  responsible for assisting the Payroll Coordinator with  keying data, maintaining the OSL database, providing information to staff, providing management information reports on request and completing monthly reports under specific grants. In addition, interpreting compensation in the context of applicable Collective Agreements, Employment Standards Act and other relevant legislation.

This position has been created to establish a permanent solution for relief/back-up purposes for the Payroll Coordinator.  Additionally, in the spirit of succession planning, this position may identify a potential candidate who may eventually move into the full time position pending successful completion of prescribed training and demonstrated proficiency in skills, knowledge and abilities.  It is anticipated that the full time Payroll Coordinator vacancy will become available by December 2018.

For the Job Posting, click here

Closing Date: Friday June 23rd, 2017 @ 0800h

We thank all applicants; however only those selected for testing and an interview will be contacted.

Please submit a cover letter and resume relating your knowledge, skills and experience to the qualifications listed in the posting. Completion of a Civilian Recruiting Application is also required.

To access the Civilian Recruiting Application Form, click here.

Closing date: Friday June 23rd, 2017 @ 0800h

Civilian members play an important role in the Greater Sudbury Police Service. Civilians hold positions in several branches such as Administration, Crime Analysis, Communications, Records, Human Resources, Courts, Finance, Planning, and Information Services. Civilians are employed as permanent or temporary staff in both full- and part-time employment. Some positions involve two or three rotating shifts; therefore, in such cases, applicants must be prepared to follow a rotating shift schedule. Civilian careers are attractive to those interested in working within a policing environment, but not necessarily interested in becoming a police officer. The Greater Sudbury Police Service offers a professional environment where career development and advancement opportunities are available. An internal job posting system provides civilian members with an opportunity to apply for a promotion or a career change.

Communicator/911 Dispatcher

Relays information to police and fire field units in response to calls for service. Acts as a call taker/screener and switchboard operator as required and answers all 911 calls for the City of Greater Sudbury, relaying the calls to the appropriate emergency agency.


  • Successful completion of Secondary School Education (Grade 12) or equivalent
  • Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
  • Keyboarding to a minimum of 50 wpm

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  • Successfully completion of general aptitude testing
  • Demonstrated competency in using Microsoft Word/Excel/Windows
  • Bilingualism (English/French) an asset


Provides records transcription services utilizing the Records Management System (RMS) and other clerical duties as assigned to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the Records Branch.




  • Successful completion of Secondary School Education (Grade 12) or equivalent
  • Excellent written communication skills
  • Demonstrated analytical thinking, observation and problem solving skills
  • Keyboarding to a minimum of 50 wpm
  • Demonstrated competency in using Microsoft Word/Excel/Windows

Court Security

Provides security for courtrooms and in the trasnportation of prisoner between detention facilities and court rooms. Provide for the delivery of subponeas and summonses throughout the City and assists sworn officers in the execution of Bench Warrants.


  • Successful completion of Secondary School Education (Grade 12) or equivalent
  • Possess valid First Aid and C.P.R. Certificates
  • Must possess a valid Ontario Driver's Licence
  • Must meet the standard physical requirements for a police recruit as defined by the Ontario Police College
  • Must be medically and psychologically fit to perform the duties
  • Must meet required vision and hearing standards

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Only those applications/resumes under consideration will be contacted.


Resumes and completed application forms may be sent electronically or by mail to the attention of the Human Resources Branch at the following address:

Human Resources Branch
Greater Sudbury Police Service

190 Brady Street
Sudbury, Ontario
P3E 1C7

How To Apply

To access the Civilian Recruiting Application Form, click here.

 For more information, send us an email!

 Appropriate accomodations will be provided upon request througout the hiring process in accordance with the Greater Sudbury Police Services Employment Accomodation Policy and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

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