Careers with the Peel Regional Police to be discussed at Jobs Caledon
February 16, 2015Jobs Caledon in Bolton (at the Royal Courtyards, Upper Level) will host Constable Nancy Vellenga and Mia Medina, of Peel Regional Police Feb. 19 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. to discuss recruitment opportunities.
Mia Medina, civilian recruiter with Peel Regional Police is seen here with Constable Nancy Vellenga and Jobs Caledon Resource and Information Specialist Sharon Hussein-Swanton. They will be making a presentation at Jobs Caledon next Thursday.
Vellenga will speak about the cadet and constable positions available, as well as what makes a qualified candidate. A civilian recruiter, Medina will provide an overview of the civilian career opportunities that typically become available, as well as the civilian application and hiring processes.
Peel Regional Police has grown to become the second largest municipal police service in Ontario and third largest in Canada, consisting of 1,957 uniform members and 848 civilian staff. The serviced has been recognized as one of “Greater Toronto’s Top Employers for 2014″ and “Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for 2013.”
Vellenga has been a police officer for almost 29 years, while Medina has been employed with the service for 12 years, and as a civilian recruiter for six and a half years.
“Please feel free to join us if you would like to learn more about Peel Regional Police,” Vellenga said. “It’s more than you think.”
Phone Jobs Caledon at 905-584-2300 extension 200 to register, or email firstname.lastname@example.org