If you're looking for a new career in the province of Manitoba, you could be in luck! The Winnipeg Police are hiring, and you can apply to be their newest constable. It might be tough work, but the salary would more than make up for it.\nInterested candidates can find the job listing on the city of Winnipeg's website.\nApplicants must be 18 years of age, a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, and have a valid Manitoba Class 5 Full Driver’s License. On top of that, you'll need a clean driving record (meaning no more than four demerits).\nAdditional requirements for the position include a high school diploma, vision and hearing tests, and related work or volunteer experience.\nYou'd also need to be available for 10-hour shifts whenever needed, including nights, weekends, and holidays.\nAside from all the conditions included in the posting, but what people really want to know is how much the position pays. A new police constable can make anywhere from $2,206.29 to $4,412.59 every two weeks.\nThe deadline for applying to this position is February 3, so if you're interested, get your name in soon.\nWe're Hiring! Applications are now being accepted for:-Information Systems Network and Infrastructure Support Analyst-Quality Assurance Supervisor-Occupational Health and Safety Coordinator-Clerk A - Office Pool-Police Constablehttps://t.co/kPkonK4jua— Winnipeg Police (@wpgpolice) January 31, 2020\nIf you're interested in working for the police in an alternative role, there are some different job opportunities available too.\nYou can apply for a clerk position in human resources if you're more interested in administrative work. The pay is still good, with the salary ranging from $1,196.27 to $1,805.74 bi-weekly.\nView this post on Instagram Stay strong Winnipeg A post shared by @ winnipeg_police_service on Mar 25, 2015 at 9:43pm PDT\nThe force is also looking for an Information Systems Network and Infrastructure Support Analyst, as well as a Quality Assurance Supervisor.\nWhile these positions require a little more education and experience, they also have bi-weekly pay as high as $3,640.11 and $4,363.91, respectively.\nApplications for those two jobs can be submitted until February 13 and February 5.\nIf working for the Winnipeg Police has been a career aspiration of yours, the time is right to see if you're the right fit!