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Museum

small-2copystripee.jpgThe Sudbury Region Police Museum is a venture that is coordinated by a group of volunteers. Through the use of artifacts, photographs and documents, the museum displays the origins, growth, and development of law enforcement in the Sudbury Region.

The display includes:

  • The History of the Sudbury Police Services
  • Firearms and Weapons
  • Transportation
  • Communications
  • Wall of Memories
  • Forensics
  • Body Armour
  • Police Uniforms (Historic and Recent)

Are you interested in a short history of Policing in Sudbury? Visit our history section here.

For more information, or to book a museum tour, please email the museum director.

Museum Summer Student Posting 2018

SUDBURY REGION POLICE MUSEUM

Invite applications for a full time position of 15-week duration

MUSEUM ASSISTANT

This position is partially funded by Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations program.

This position includes:

• Develop, catalogue and prepare archival records for storage and preservation;

• Document the historical data and significance of artifacts and stories;

• Assist in the creation of an exhibit;

• Research and apply for funding through foundations and grants;

• Assist with the management of the museum and it’s collection;

• Assist in museum tours.

Education:

• Currently a secondary or post-secondary student who intends to return to school; or recent graduate.

• Background or interest in history;

• Background or interest in the museum field.

Additional Requirements:

• Are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have been granted refugee status in Canada;

• Are legally entitled to work in Canada;

• Are 30 years of age or less at the start of your employment;

• Speak English and French; and are willing to work in another region of Canada;

• Demonstrated ability in the use of the internet as a research tool;

• Demonstrated ability in the use of Microsoft products and Microsoft Applications;

• Demonstrated ability to work independently;

• Demonstrated excellent verbal and written skills in the English language;

• Verbal and written skill in the French language will be considered a definite asset;

• Ability to create and respond appropriately to a continuous working environment;

• Registered in the Workopolis Databank;

• Be willing to commit to the full time duration of the work assignment for a period of 15 weeks;

• Does not have another full-time job (over 30 hours a week).

Additional Information:

• Background/ Reference checks will be conducted on candidates being considered for Offer of Employment. Candidates will be required to sign a waiver, in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, authorizing the Greater Sudbury Police Service to collect information to assess suitability for employment;

• We encourage women; persons with disabilities; visible minorities and aboriginals at apply.

Send resumes electronically to: Sudbury Region Police Museum

c/o Heather Lewis, Vice Chair

190 Brady Street

Sudbury, ON

P3E 1C7

heather.lewis@gsps.ca

Closing date for submissions: May 11, 2018 @ 1600hrs

Click here to email your cover letter and resume