RCMP Employment Opportunities
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police provide postings in every part of Canada and around the world, doing meaningful work serving and protecting the community.
Application requirements include:
- Having Canadian citizenship
- Being of good character
- Being proficient in either English or French
- Possessing a Canadian High School Diploma or equivalent
- Possessing a valid Canadian driver's licence
- Being 19 years or older at the time of hiring
How to Apply
If you are interested in a career with the RCMP, you can visit the National RCMP Recruitment page for more information on requirements and available opportunities.
If you are unable to find the information you require on the national website, or would like an opportunity to speak with somebody in person, please contact:
Edmonton Recruiting Office
11140 - 109th Street, NW Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2T4
Email: [email protected]
Congratulations on taking the first step to a rewarding career! To apply to be an RCMP police officer, you need to complete the following steps.
Attention: Declare your COVID-19 vaccination status
On August 13, the Government of Canada announced its intent to require vaccination across the federal public service.
Under the new policy, all employees in the Core Public Administration will be required to confirm their vaccination status. This includes all members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and cadets.
To attend the Cadet Training Program at the RCMP Training Academy, Depot, you must complete an attestation form.
Before you apply
Due to physical distancing rules in place across the Country at this time, vision and hearing exams are not required in order to apply. These exams can be done later in the process once physical distancing restrictions have been lifted.
Attention: Ontario applicants
All Ontario applicants need to get a TNT Certificate for RCMP Applicants before applying.
Follow the steps on the TNT Certificate for RCMP Applicants in Ontario page.
Before you submit your online application, you must:
The costs for the vision and hearing exams are the responsibility of the applicant and will not be reimbursed.
Keep the forms and documents until they are requested from you.
Once you have successfully completed your vision and hearing exams and you have the forms confirming that you meet the minimum requirements, you are ready to apply! Please keep your completed forms until they are requested from you. In order to help you along the way, we have created the following checklist to help you understand the recruiting process and to help you keep organized.
Step One: Get the ball rolling: Submit an online application
All applicants must apply online.
You will need to create a GC jobs account to complete your online application.
The RCMP job posting for police officers is on the Government of Canada's Jobs website. To find the posting:
- Search "police officer" under "Job title"
- Look under the "Jobs open to the public" tab in the search results
You may be screened out of the recruitment process:
- if you do not have your vision and hearing assessments and vision and hearing forms completed
- as a result of the responses provided in your online application
If your application is screened out at this step, you must wait six months before re-applying.
If you have questions about the application process, you are encouraged to attend a recruiting event or to contact a recruiter before submitting your online application.
Step Two: Learn more about a career in policing: Attend a career presentation and write the RCMP entrance exam
Once you have been screened into the process, you will be invited to attend a career presentation and write the RCMP entrance exam.
During the career presentation, you will learn more about a career in policing and you will be able to discuss any questions or concerns you may have with a proactive recruiter.
The presentation will be immediately followed by the RCMP entrance exam. If you do not pass the entrance exam, your application will be closed. You may re-apply in six months.
Step Three: All that paperwork: Submit the required forms and documents
- If the RCMP selects you to continue in the process, you will be asked to submit all formsand documents within 2 business days. Do not attempt to submit these forms and documents until they are requested from you.
Step Four: Tell us about yourself: Complete a suitability assessment and undergo a Right Fit Interview
This stage assesses whether you possess the core competencies, core values, and traits required of an RCMP police officer. This stage consists of two interviews:
- the RMAQ (Regular Member Applicant Questionnaire) Interview and;
- the RFI (Right Fit Interview).
The RMAQ Interview lets us know if there are actions or behaviours, from your past, that could prevent you from becoming an RCMP police officer. Following a review of your RMAQ, an interview will assess the severity, recency and repetitive nature of your actions. A heavy focus is placed on honesty. It is strongly recommended that you disclose all actions and behaviors in your RMAQ.
The RFI is an interview designed to evaluate your ability to meet standards in eight core competencies. You will be required to respond to both behavioural and situational questions using the STAR and ARC articulation methods.
Step Five: Honesty is the best policy: Complete the pre-employment polygraph examination and background checks
The pre-employment polygraph examination will review the questions and responses you provided in your applicant questionnaire. It will contribute to verifying your honesty.
Your employers (previous and current) and references will be contacted as part of the background check.
Step Six: Make sure you are healthy: Undergo medical and psychological assessments
You will need to see RCMP-designated physicians and psychologists for a health assessment, including full medical and psychological exams. The RCMP will cover the cost of these exams. If successful at this stage, you will receive your medical clearance.
Step Seven: You're almost at the finish line: Undergo a field investigation and security assessment
The final step in the application process is a field investigation and security assessment. The RCMP will conduct a thorough investigation into your background to help assess your suitability. If successful, you will receive your security clearance.
Once you have passed all the application and assessment steps you will be contacted to attendthe RCMP Cadet Training Program.
If you applied to become a police officer of the RCMP in the past and would like to resume your application process, please review the process for returning applicants.
To speak with a recruiter before submitting your application, you can attend one of the many recruiting events held across the country.
Questions about your application?
Contact your local recruiting office.
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The Richmond RCMP is an external division, operating in partnership with the City of Richmond. Municipal employees provide clerical and administrative support to the Richmond RCMP Detachment working hard to cover a wide scope of responsibilities in the areas of:
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If you are excited to become a City of Richmond employee within the RCMP administration area, please visit the City of Richmond's Current Postings page.
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Is a career with the RCMP right for you?
Join us for a career presentation, and find out:
There are currently no scheduled dates for career presentations. Please check back regularly to learn when new dates have been scheduled.
*Mandatory Registration Required. To register, call 1-877-726-7472 or email [email protected]
The national RCMP recruiting website provides basic requirements, physical requirements and application procedures for becoming a part of the RCMP team.
RCMP Police Aptitude Test
The first step in applying for the RCMP is to write the RCMP Police Aptitude Test. You must register in advance: call 1-877-RCMP-GRC (1-877-726-7472).
PARE (Physical Ability Requirement Evaluation) test
Before you can apply to the RCMP, you must also successfully complete the PARE (Physical Ability Requirement Evaluation) test. PARE measures the physical capacities that are necessary to perform police work.
PARE testing in Red Deer
Register for the PARE test through Red Deer College, 56 Avenue and 32 Street, Room 1000
To register, please call: (403) 357-3612.
PARE testing outside of Red Deer
Check the national RCMP website PARE schedule.
Interested in working with the RCMP as a Municipal Employee (support staff)?
At Red Deer Detachment, all employment opportunities for municipal employees are posted and hired by The City of Red Deer.
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