Edmonton Police Service Careers and Employment
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Constable/Sergeant/Detective in Edmonton, AB
on 19 February 2021
If you are truly a service-oriented person, this could be your career.When people say that policing isn't a job or a career but a calling, I wholeheartedly agree. There is no career similar to it - perhaps the military. If you are not committed to putting others ahead of yourself, then look elsewhere.The brother/sisterhood in policing is perhaps only rivaled by the military as you are literally placing your life in the hands of your squad mates. When you have a good leader and a good squad/section/unit mates, you will likely feel like you never want anything to change. And, as with any organization, a poor leader will want to make everyone else jump ship.Within the EPS, you can have a very varied career and never have to change organizations. Your choices of careers range from super high energy to white collar management-type of work. You should never be able to say that you are bored with your job. If so, that's your fault!Some of the sights, sounds, smells and memories of work on the street can leave emotional scars so be prepared for that. Conversely, the street is, in my opinion, where you can serve the greatest good and have the largest impact on the citizens of Edmonton. You will undoubtedly literally save someones life if you work the street for even a handful of years.As a family person, the hardest part of the job on your family is also the best part of the job - shift work. Yes, you will miss the occasional birthday or piano recital, but you will also get to go on school field trips, have five days off in the middle of the week, etc so that you can have quality time with your family. Not very many Dads get to go on field trips but, with my schedule, I was able to be very involved with my kids at school and other aspects of their lives that other Dads couldn't unless they missed work or took vacation time.
Administrative Assistant in Scotia place downtown
on 16 August 2021
BadThe Edmonton police commission is the worst place in the world to work. The management is constantly fighting with the staff they are horrible. Nothing good to say about them
Detective in Northeast Division
on 18 November 2020
Challenging, secure, adventurous,Smart decision for me at that time in life. Helped me evolve as a person. Taught me to be consistent and open minded. Sympathetic but still firm. Financially a very good choice
Developer in Edmonton, AB
on 9 September 2020
Good inclusive work environmentGood place to work as a software developer. I met lots of friendly, professional people there. They do take their professionalism pretty seriously, though.
Warehouse Technician I in Edmonton, AB
on 6 May 2020
Productive with lots of learning and humor.The people that I worked with were hard working with lots of laughter and fun throughout the day. We would celebrate birthdays and anniversaries with cake or luncheons. I learned something new every day which helped my grow into a productive member of the team.
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