Chief of Police
Reporting to the Altona Police Board, the Chief of Police is accountable for all police service operations, community and media relations, management of financial resources, human resources and information technology, and the collection, collation, dissemination and security of police information and data. The Chief of Police leads the development of a vision, identifying and evaluating the strategic directions and objectives for the Police Service.
View the PDF below for a full listing of this position. Listing will remain open until June 30, 2022. To be considered, please complete the Altona Police Service required application documents (below), and submit them along with your cover letter and resumé to Communications & Human Resources Officer Sarah Cail.
Youth Employment Opportunities
Each year, the Town of Altona creates a number of Youth Employment Opportunities over the summer. Summer Staff provide crucial services to the community, while also giving youth an opportunity to expand their work experience and skillset. For the purposes of these positions, youth is defined as ages 15-29. Keep reading to see if one of the opportunities below is right for you!
Looking for Employment in Altona?
Beyond the desire for beautiful surroundings and room to grow is the basic need to support yourself and your family. If you’re looking for a job, you’ve certainly come to the right place! With an unemployment rate of only 4 percent – one of the lowest in the province – Altona offers a host of job opportunities for nearly every skill or interest.
From business services, agriculture, manufacturing and construction, to retail, health care and education, Altona’s job base is diverse and exciting. With ever-expanding business, industrial and retail sectors, a great job is always just around the corner.
Local job banks such as the Local Job Shop provide a quick way to browse available opportunities, post your resume and connect with prospective employers.
If you want to continue your education or train for a trade or career before you begin your job search, the Rhineland Regional Alternative Education Centre is there to help. Qualified instructors provide programs for adult learners. Red River College and the University of Manitoba also provide post-secondary distance education courses.
If you are seeking employment in conjunction with the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot program, please see the job bank on the SEED website for more information.
Dare to dream. Career opportunities are here for the taking in Altona!
The Town of Altona believes in equal opportunity employment.