Communications Coordinator Anishinabek Police Services

Posted: June 24, 2024
Closing: July 8, 2024

The Anishinabek Police Service requires one (1) full-time Communications Coordinator based at o n e
o f our detachments. This position is non-union and will work Monday to Friday, 40 hours/week.

Summary of Function:
The primary function of the Communications Coordinator will be the internal and external
communication strategies/plans of the Anishinabek Police Service.

Qualifications: Qualifications Cultural Specific Knowledge of Service Area Population
Entry Qualifications including Technical Knowledge and Skills

Education Experience

Vision and Mission

Cultural Sensitivity

Personal Growth Added Skills

• Knowledge of philosophy appropriate for local Indigenous customs and culture for the APS
communities with respectfulness and sensitivity to the history and needs of Anishinabek persons.

• Proficiency in MS Office applications and advanced computer skills
• Ability to learn very quickly in a fast-paced environment; problem solve and exercise good
• Valid Class G Driver’s License
• Must be bondable
• Must pass Anishinabek Police Service background check and provide satisfactory Criminal Record
Check when requested
• Post-secondary education in communications, business administration, or a related field, or
equivalent in education/experience.
• Knowledge of effective use, maintenance of MS Word, Excel,
• 5 years’ experience working in a First Nations environment
• Experience in First Nation Leadership/Governance capacity is an asset
• Ability to speak ojibway would be an asset
• Demonstrates knowledge of organizational purpose – why the police service exists;
• Demonstrates ability to identify how the position of the Communications Coordinator position
relates to the police service vision, mission and organizational goals
• Must be able to demonstrate knowledge of the police service’s vision and mission;
• Provide effective, efficient and culturally sensitive police services;
• Participation in personal and professional development learning opportunities for effective
stress management and personal wellness
• Actively participates in in-service and cultural and language learning opportunities;
proactively pursues opportunities for self-development.
• Interpersonal, independence and team skills; organized; able to prioritize, multi-task; meet


Interested applicants may submit a hiring package which includes the following:
• Covering letter detailing interest in noted position;
• A resume detailing your career, education and relevant experience;
• APS Civilian Application form & Consent form (located on our website)
Closing date for applications is Monday July 8, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. EST. Please quote HQ-14-24-02 on
your application and the subject line of your message. All completed packages MUST be sent to Please visit the civilian careers page of for the detailed
job description, application form and consent form.
Anishinabek Police Service is committed to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act. If
you require accommodation for any stage of the hiring process, please contact for more information.





























Please note for internal persons applying, any disciplinary violations in the last two calendar
years may be considered in the decision for your suitability for this position. Specifically, the
nature or severity of the violation will be examined for its relevance to the position.

** We thank everyone for their interest in the position, however, only those chosen for
an interview will be contacted. **