Casual Watch Clerks

Department: Human Resources

Closing Date: Will remain open until filled

Competition Number:

Job Summary

The City of Nanaimo is seeking casual Watch Clerks. The incumbents will enter, remove and edit all relevant data into the Police Records Information Management Environment (PRIME), Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR), File Tracker and Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) computer systems.  The incumbents will also perform classification and quality assurance reviews of general duty operational files.

Duties and Responsibilities

Please see the attached pdf job description below.


Applicants will have completed Grade 12, plus a minimum 6 month Applied Business Technology or Administrative Assistant training program at an accredited education institution (e.g. VIU or Sprott Shaw).  A minimum of 1 year related experience is required; however, an equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered.  Attainment and maintenance of RCMP Reliability/Security clearance is mandatory.

Compensation and Benefits

These are unionized positions, starting at $29.20 per hour. There are no guaranteed hours associated with these positions. Extensive weekend and night shift work is required.


Resumes with cover letters referencing Casual Pool - Watch Clerks will be received at:

Human Resources, City of Nanaimo
Drop off in person: 2nd Floor, City Hall (455 Wallace Street)

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.

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Resumes and cover letters must be submitted in either ".docx" or PDF format. File types ".doc" will not be accepted.


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