This year, National Public Service Week is June 13-19. This is a week that takes time to recognize the exceptional contributions of Canada's public service employees (PSE) throughout the federal government. With 826 individuals in Forensics, Telecommunications, IT, Human Resources, and more, the public service is crucial to the work of the Alberta RCMP.
Public servants provide a variety of valuable skills and services that not only assist frontline members in their work, but also support the needs of Albertans each and every day. Individuals that make up the public service play a critical role in promoting crime reduction and upholding public safety in the communities we serve.
As part of Canada's public service, individuals can expect an exciting and vibrant career driven by meaningful work. A PSE background opens individuals up to diverse opportunities within the federal government, allowing for continued learning and advancement. Within the RCMP, PSEs hold positions in the following areas:
- Administrative support
- Air and marine operations
- Community and cultural affairs
- Criminal intelligence
- Human resources
- Information management and information technology
- Research and analysis
- Technical investigative and software engineering
- Wellness and safety
"The success of the RCMP as Alberta's provincial and federal police force would not be possible without public servants and civilian employees. I want to take this opportunity to thank our PSEs and remind them that the work they do matters and is appreciated by not only myself, but also by the communities we serve."
- Deputy Commissioner, Curtis Zablocki, Commanding Officer, Alberta RCMP
View current Alberta RCMP PSE opportunities at jobs.gc.ca. For more information, and to learn whether or not a career as a public servant is right for you, please visit https://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/civilian-employee-careers.