Canadian Museum of History based in Ottawa, ON is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the position of Control Room Officers. The Canadian Museum of History is a national museum on anthropology, Canadian history, cultural studies, and ethnology in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. Our museum is based in a 75,000-square-metre-building (810,000 sq ft) designed by Douglas Cardinal. We work with a purpose to promote the heritage of Canada, as well as support related research. The candidates who will get selected for the vacancy will be required to start the work as soon as possible. The vacancies refer to part time or permanent employment. The shifts the candidate has to work are yet to be determined. This post is open to Museum employees, external candidates and/or candidates from our inventory. Priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Employer Name: Canadian Museum of History
Position: Control Room Officers
No of Vacancies: 2
Salary: $23.96 to 29.65 per hour
Employment Type: Part time, Summer Jobs
Location: 100, Laurier Street, Gatineau, Quebec and 1, Vimy Place, Ottawa, Ontario
Shifts: Shifts mainly from 6:00 am to noon, Availability required: days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays
Languages: Candidates must have knowledge of the English Language and linguistic knowledge
Education: Candidates should have college diploma or in progress of obtaining a Diploma in Law Enforcement or other accredited professional training in Security or equivalent combination of education and experience
Experience: Candidates need experience in various fields such as Operating a radio dispatch system, Preparing and writing incident reports, A client facing institution and interacting with the public, Enforcing control measures (Asset), Using computer systems for access control, Closed-circuit television (CCTV) monitoring and alarm response, such as: Pelco, Facility Commander, Genetec, Perspective or any other relevant security software and systems (Asset).
To be determined
- The candidate must have the knowledge of the principles of protecting material buildings, information and people
- The candidate should have the knowledge of public safety and security procedures / protocols
- The candidate should have the knowledge of emergency practices
- The candidate should have the knowledge of radio communication code practices
- The candidate should be able to obtain and maintain a valid driver’s license
- The candidate should be able to obtain and maintain a certification in Standard First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), level C
- The candidate should be able to obtain and maintain a Valid firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL).
- The candidate should be fully vaccinated for COVID 19 unless being accommodated based on medical reasons or on grounds recognized by the Canadian Humans Rights Act
- The candidate should have Security Clearance with enhanced reliability.
- The candidates should be able to monitor and operate the security systems
- The candidate should be able to respond to alarms and requests for assistance in order to ensure the safety and security of the museums assets, employees, buildings and visitors at both Canadian Museum of History and Canadian War Museum
- The candidate should be able to acknowledge and dispatch the necessary resources to effectively respond to situations such as security and protection encroachment, emergencies, evacuations and disaster situations
- The candidate should be able to ensure a consistent delivery of security services.
- The candidate should have a keen sense of observation and responsibility, has good judgment and self-control, is autonomous and a good communicator
- The employees get equal and diverse work opportunities
- The employees get financial benefits such as competitive salary and compensatory benefits
- The employees get to learn various advanced techniques
- The employees various health care benefits
The Canadian Museum of History originated from a museum established by the Geological Survey of Canada in 1856, which later expanded to include an anthropology division in 1910. In 1927, the company was then renamed the National Museum of Canada. Later, the national museum was later split into several separate institutions in 1968, with the anthropology and human history departments forming the National Museum of Man. After this, the museum was relocated to its present location in Gatineau in 1989 and adopted the name Canadian Museum of Civilization the following year. Lastly, in 2013, the company/museum adopted its current name, the Canadian Museum of History, and saw its mandate modified so further emphasis was placed on Canadian identity and history.
How to apply:
If the position is fit for you and the basic requirements are fulfilled then you can now apply directly to the employer (along with your resume) through below mentioned details.
We thank all the applicants for showing their interest and trust in us, however, only the most eligible candidates will be selected and conducted for further procedure directly from employers, in between no charges/fees or original documents will be asked from any applicant. All the best!