Community Safety Co-ordinator (Special Constable): In a support role to Patrol Services, the Community Safety Co-ordinator (CSC) is responsible for proactively engaging the Carleton campus community with Campus Safety’s crime prevention programs, as well as identifying opportunities to provide customized initiatives to meet specific needs of campus stakeholders. In addition, the CSC manages all aspects of the Student Safety Patrol program.
- Completion of two-year diploma in police foundations or equivalent work experience considered
- Ability to complete/attain/maintain special constable status with the Ottawa Police Service
- Must possess a valid Canadian Driver’s Licence
- Minimum of five years of previous progressive safety and security program and service experience including three years of supervision and leadership experience
Step 1 – Application
When a posting is open, applications for positions in Campus Safety Services must be submitted through the Department of Human Resources at www.carleton.ca/hr
If there are no open posting but you are interested in joining the CSS team, please fill out this form
Step 2 – Initial Interview
Shortlisted candidates be interviewed by a multi-person hiring panel made up of the CSS team, as well as the broader Carleton community. As part of the interview, candidates will be expected to complete a work-sample exercise.
Step 3 – Call Back Interview
It is common to have a second interview with select candidates from the previous round of interviews. The second interview may include work sample exercises, additional interview questions, and an opportunity for the panel to get to know the candidate better. The nature of the second interview is determined by the position available and the intent is to ensure that the candidate is the best fit, both for the department as well as the community.
Step 4 – Background Screening
Those applicants that successfully pass the interview stage of the process will be required to pass background screening which includes: a psychological assessment, reference checks, employment verification, credit history check, criminal record check, driving history check and a review of online/social media accounts.
Step 5 – Offer of Employment
Applicants that pass the background screening process may be offered a position and a start date will be determined.