The Guelph Police Services Board (GPSB/Board) is a five member civilian board responsible for the governance of the Guelph Police Service as defined by the Police Services Act. The Board has many functions, including oversight of the Service by meeting regularly and receiving scheduled comprehensive reports from the various departments, recruiting and hiring the Chief and Deputy Chief, guiding the development of business plans and monitoring their progress, and participating in collective bargaining with the Police Associations.
The Guelph Police Services Board is now accepting applications for the position of Executive Assistant, a part-time permanent position working approximately 25 hours per week, with the potential for an increase in hours over time. This position provides a unique opportunity to grow personally and professionally through your work as a liaison between the Board and the Police Service and the contributions you can make to the evolving world of policing and police governance.
Reporting to the Chair of the Police Services Board, the successful candidate shall provide support in planning, completing and monitoring the functions and activities associated with fulfilling the Board’s statutory responsibilities. For further details regarding this opportunity, please visit https://www.guelphpolice.ca/en/careers/civilian-opportunities.aspx
The successful candidate will have a post-secondary degree or diploma in business, administrative and/or law or equivalent, a minimum of 3-5 years of executive administrative experience and working knowledge of Board procedures. Ability to work independently with exceptional organizational, planning, time management and problem-solving skills is essential.
To apply, e-mail your résumé and cover letter in one Word or PDF document to be received by the closing date of Wednesday, August 4th, 4:00 pm to:
Mr. Robert Carter, Chair, Guelph Police Services Board
We thank you for your application however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Guelph Police Services Board is committed to equitable treatment of all individuals in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and to accommodating any individual needs in all employment practices upon request.