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The Corporation of the City of North Vancouver
Clerical Supervisor - RCMP

Regular Full-Time

The City of North Vancouver requires a regular full time Clerical Supervisor to work at the RCMP Detachment.
 
You will be involved in supervisory, word processing and clerical work in providing support services to RCMP members. This includes supervising a small group of staff; ensuring that priorities and deadlines are met; transcribing and word processing verbatim statements; typing/word processing various forms and documents; checking and correcting assignments for spelling and grammatical errors; composing routine correspondence; using CPIC, PRIME, and TEAM systems; compiling and distributing court and legal documents; updating of manuals and general organization of the section; and performing other related duties.
 
You will have proven clerical and supervisory skills, be an exemplary speller, have the ability to keyboard at a minimum net speed of 60 words per minute and have the demonstrated ability to work with minimum supervision. Word processing with MS Word, and related clerical experience with a high degree of accuracy are required. Related experience in a police environment is desirable. Applicants with experience in other MS Office applications will be given preference.
 
You will be required to obtain and maintain an RCMP security clearance as a condition of ongoing employment.
 
Salary:
$24.59 to $28.90 per hour
(Pay Grade 16 – January 2015 rates)
 
Hours of Work:
Any 7 consecutive hours between 5:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday, exclusive of meal breaks (35 hour week). The City of North Vancouver currently works on a compressed work schedule, with one scheduled day off each three-week scheduling cycle.
 
Apply on-line through the Career Portal at www.cnv.org prior to 5:00 pm, Thursday, March 2, 2017.
 
Thank you for your interest in the City of North Vancouver.

Location: North Vancouver, BC
Region: Lower Mainland
Professional Categories: Police Services
Posted: February 17, 2017, 8:51 am
Expires: March 2, 2017, 5:00 pm