The SPVM has about 100 different civilian positions occupied by about 1,000 employees.
A career with the Service allows you to explore various positions and even take advantage of mobility within the city of Montréal.
Civilian employees work with police officers to uphold the security and well-being of the citizens of Montréal. They work in a wide variety of fields of expertise.
The SPVM has 522 permanent school crossing guards and 180 on-call school crossing guards. They supervise school children at intersections on the way to and from school, in order to prevent traffic accidents.
In addition to ensuring the safety of school children, the crossing guards teach them about safety rules.
The work schedule of school crossing guards is irregular. They usually work at 3 times during the day: morning, lunchtime and at the end of classes in the afternoon.
For more information about the hiring process for school crossing guards, please consult the Selection process section.
Within the SPVM there are more than 30 administrative positions to support police operations.
The civilian employees who carry out these administrative functions may work in a neighbourhood police station, at the SPVM headquarters or in one of the specialized sections.
Of these positions, here are the ones for which new candidates are most often sought:
For more information about the hiring process for administrative staff, please refer to the Selection process section.
The SPVM offers civilian employees the opportunity to fulfil several managerial positions in various sectors. These employees may benefit from upward mobility within the organization over the medium or long term.
The SPVM is currently developing a professional development plan to help civilian employees with career planning.
Here are a few of the nearly 40 management positions occupied by civilian employees:
For more information about the hiring process for management staff, please refer to the Selection process section.
Civilian employees play a crucial role within the SPVM. Their professional expertise and advice contribute to the accomplishment of the Service's mission.
They will soon have the benefit of a professional development plan to guide them in their career path.
Professional civilian employees offer an extensive wealth of expertise to the SPVM. Here are a few examples:
For more information about the hiring process for professionals, please refer to the Selection process section.
At the SPVM there are nearly a dozen positions that provide essential material support for police operations, such as:
For more information about the hiring process for material support staff, please refer to the Selection process section.
There are many telecommunications and technology positions at the SPVM, and the people in these roles play a crucial part in the police mission.
The civilian employees who occupy these positions have the responsibility for keeping the SPVM at the forefront of technological advances.
Here are a few examples of telecommunications and technology functions within the organization:
For more information about the hiring process for telecommunications and technology staff, please refer to the Selection process section.
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