Civilian employee careers

The RCMP hires civilian employees in a wide variety of disciplines to support our police officers at the detachment, provincial and federal levels. From administrative support to scientists in the laboratories to telecommunications officers answering 911 calls, these employees play a critical role in delivering services to our communities.

Categories of employees

The RCMP has two categories of non-police officers or civilian employees:

  • Civilian Members (hired under the RCMP Act)
  • Public Service Employees (hired under the Public Service Employment Act)

Benefits

The benefits for both types of employees are generous:

  • Working with the RCMP, a world-renowned innovative organization you will experience:
    • Meaningful work and have a real impact on the daily operations
    • Job satisfaction knowing you are making a real difference
  • Diverse work available across Canada:
    • A chance to acquire new skills and knowledge
  • Attractive compensation package:
    • Fair salary
    • Medical, dental and pension benefits
    • Vacation and other types of leave
  • Continuous learning and advancement:
    • Numerous internal courses available
    • On-the-job training, in the form of coaching and mentoring
    • Conferences and workshops
  • An inclusive work environment committed to employment equity by:
    • Building a diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society
    • Providing safe and barrier-free workplace

Opportunities in the RCMP

There is a wide range of opportunities for civilian employees in roles critical to supporting front-line police officers. Some of these opportunities include:

Apply today

Go to jobs.gc.ca for current opportunities. Under GC Organizations search Royal Canadian Mounted Police force members and public service employees.

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