Hamilton Police Service (HPS)
HPS provides policing to over 536,000 residents in the City of Hamilton. In 2016, HPS answered over 194,000 911 calls for assistance, and responded to over 301,000 events in the community. We have over 1,200 employees and our mission is to serve and protect in partnership with our communities.
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HAMILTON POLICE SERVICE (HPS)
NOTICE OF A CIVILIAN CAREER OPPORTUNITY
COURIER (PERMANENT PART TIME)
City of Hamilton PeopleSoft Posting Job ID #14967
Notice/Date: February 1, 2019
Application Deadline: February 8, 2019
Job Title & No.: Courier Permanent Part-Time
Reports to: Records Supervisor
Job Location: Central Police Station, 155 King William St, Hamilton, ON
Hours of Work: Monday to Friday, 4-hour rotating shifts, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (5 days/week, 4 hours/day)
Salary: $21.366 to $25.133 per hour (As of January 1, 2017)
Updated: October 2018
Under the direction of the Records Supervisor, the Courier will provide pick-up and delivery service within all HPS facilities, local government offices, postal stations, and other locations, as directed.
Collect, sort, and distribute mail to appropriate areas.
Pick up mail and parcels from the Post Office on a daily basis, as well as pickup and delivery of envelopes and parcels to various courthouse facilities, government offices, City Hall, Police Association and other locations as directed.
Respond to inquiries in person, in writing, and by phone, and/or relay calls and messages to appropriate personnel.
Perform other duties, as assigned, which are related to the major responsibilities of the job.
Supervisory Responsibilities: Not applicable
Working Conditions: Operating a motor vehicle in all weather conditions; some moderate lifting of files, boxes and documents; exposure to the elements when walking to/from Courier vehicle when making pickups and deliveries.
Physical & Sensory Demands/Dexterity: Assignments will involve activities such as reading, writing, keyboarding, talking, listening, lifting, sitting, standing and walking.
Training: Two (2) weeks of on-the-job training will be provided.
Education: Minimum grade 12, or the equivalent.
Certificates/Licenses/Apprenticeships: Valid Ontario Class G Drivers’ Licence, or the equivalent, with no more than six (6) accumulated demerit points, permitting you to drive an automobile in Ontario with full driving privileges.
Ability to utilize a personal computer, including accurate keyboarding skills – minimum 35 words per minute, as well as good clerical abilities (e.g. basic office skills, filing, comparing/copying information, etc.).
Ability to relate courteously with the public and members of the Service.
Must have sufficient stamina to carry out physical demands of the job.