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Come Grow With Us! These are exciting times in White City and our town is looking for motivated community-oriented folks like you to work hard (and have a great time) growing with us! We offer an attractive compensation package and a fun, supportive team that makes working here seem a lot less like work. (And, we might be biased, but there’s no better place to call home!) If you want to thrive in a thriving community, White City wants you!

Employment opportunities will be listed on this page as they are available, please keep checking back for new opportunities.

The Town of White City is currently seeking an experienced and highly motivated individual for the position of White City Community Safety Officer (CSO) for a part-time permanent position beginning March 2023.  The CSO will enforce provincial statues, laws, municipal bylaws or regulations within the Town of White City listed in a Special Constable Appointment under The Police Act, 1990 from the Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety.  

The CSO will also provide proactive public safety initiatives through public educational opportunities and engagement with local stakeholders. The education aspect of the program would include attending schools to speak to students, patrolling during school start and end times, creating relationships with residents to encourage compliance for bylaws.

Reporting to the Town Clerk, the CSO will be a member of the support staff team within the Protective Services Department.  The successful candidate will be held to high standards as a public facing member of the Town of White City and representative of the provincial CSO program.  Candidates are required to meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • proof of Grade 12, or equivalent qualification;
  • proof of Saskatchewan Class 5 Driver’s licence – must not be a Novice 1 or Novice 2;
  • minimum age of 18 years old;
  • be of sound mind and good character;
  • no criminal record;
  • completion of Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Query;
  • be free from criminal involvement in last three (3) years;
  • no outstanding criminal charges or subject of criminal investigation; and
  • successful completion of an approved physical abilities evaluation test for uniformed enforcement roles.

Mandatory CSO Induction Training Course(s) shall be provided to the successful candidate paid for by the Town of White City.

Job Duties:

  • Routine patrol duties and checks within the Town of White City by vehicle with occasional patrols by foot and/or bicycle.
  • Enforcement of provincial statutes, including: 
    1. The Traffic Safety Act
    2. The Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act, 1997;
    3. The Highways and Transportation Act, 1997;
    4. The Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2010;
    5. The All-Terrain Vehicles Act;
    6. The Snowmobile Act;
    7. The Municipalities Act;
    8. The Trespass to Properties Act;
    9. The Mental Health Services Act;
    10. The Stray Animals Act;
    11. The Summary Offence Procedures Act;
    12. The Tobacco Act; and
    13. The Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act.
  • Manage and maintain the town’s bylaw enforcement:
    1. management of municipal requests for service;
    2. reporting of bylaw or provincial statute infractions;
    3. provide evidence and testimony in municipal bylaw court; and
    4. manage bylaw enforcement including communicating with stakeholders on bylaw infractions and managing bylaw issues and complaints.
  • Communicating, both verbally and in writing, to citizens and stakeholders in a manner appropriate for each group.
  • Response to not in progress criminal property offences of Theft Under $5000. (Criminal Code Sec. 334 (b) and Mischief under $5000. (Criminal Code Sec. 430 (1) for the purpose of receiving information, evaluating and liaising with the local police of jurisdiction as required. 
  • Respond to motor vehicle accidents without injuries. 
  • Regular reporting and duties as mandated by The Police Act, 1990 and the Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety Community Safety Officer Program Policy Manual.
  • As an appointed Special Constable/Community Safety Officer, you will work collectively and patrol the community through shift work on a regular basis for enforcement, prevention, intervention, and education with regular interaction and liaison with RCMP staff. 
  • Other projects and duties as required.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Proven experience dealing with sensitive issues, political acuity and organizational skills to effectively manage interactions with various internal and external contacts with tact and discretion.
  • High level of good judgement, diplomacy and confidentiality.
  • Excellent customer service skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain co-operative and constructive relationships with individuals at all levels of the organization, members of council and representatives of external organizations.
  • Communication, report writing and presentation skills.
  • Computer skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook).
  • Ability to work well under pressure, complete multiple assignments and function effectively in a high-volume workplace with tight deadlines.
  • Ability to work independently to complete tasks, work with high accuracy, and work within time constraints.
  • Working knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations and statutes.

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum requirement Grade 12 or equivalent qualification.  Preference will be given to candidates with a university Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Community Safety Officer or Policing experience is not required.

Work Conditions:

  • Interaction with White City residents and the public at large.
  • Operation of computer and peripherals.
  • Extended periods of sitting.
  • Working in a busy environment with frequent interruptions.
  • Hybrid work on location and work from home. 
  • Occasional overtime hours will be required.
  • Occasional weekend and evening hours will be required.
  • Limited travel may be required.

Term and Compensation:

The Town offers competitive salaries, benefits and a comprehensive defined-benefit pension plan.

Hours of Work: 20 hours per week
Employment Term: Permanent, Part-Time
 Wage Range: Starting salary for this position is $40/hr and is subject to negotiation based on experience.

This position may expand to permanent full-time in the future based on work-load and available budget.

How to Apply:

If you are passionate about what you do and want to contribute to the growing community of White City, we want to hear from you!  Please send your cover letter outlining any relevant education and experience as it pertains to this position and resume to the Town Clerk at, with “Community Safety Officer – your name” in the title. 

No phone calls.

Application Deadline: Until Filled.

The Town of White City would like to thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.