Establishing a collective relationship with the employer of its members. Crown counsel in the Manitoba Prosecution Service are members of the Manitoba Crown Arms Association and the collective agreement can be found on www.gov.mb.ca/csc/labour/pubs/pdf/agreements/mb_asso_attorney.pdf. Maca is committed to promoting and protecting the professional interests of its members and the administration of justice and is committed to collective agreements on behalf of its members. As a Crown attorney, you will provide prosecutor services in cases under the Criminal Code of Canada and provincial, provincial and higher statutes. Other tasks include providing legal advice, verifying police reports and providing police with information on charges and investigations. The successful candidate is expected to participate, on behalf of the Manitoba Crown, in community and other legal training in the areas of criminal law and procedures. . Please note that candidate contests may be saddened and challenged. If a selection request is filed, the information contained in the competition file is made available to the representative of the afflicted or the afflicted, if he is not represented. Personal data that is not relevant to the complaint and other information protected by law is published. Detailed information and a link to the application form are available as an appendix. If you are applying for this position, please provide the advertising number and position title in the subject line and/or text of your email.
In your cover letter, CV and/or application letter, you must clearly state how you are fulfilling the qualifications. The Manitoba Attorney`s Office is responsible for prosecuting most of the offences committed in Manitoba. These offences are identified in provincial legislation, the Federal Criminal Code of Canada and the Youth Criminal Justice Act. This is a unique opportunity to work with the Manitoba Prosecution Service in a dynamic office in Brandon Manitoba, with Crown counsel with different levels of experience. For more information on life and work in Brandon, visit www.brandon.ca. Promoting and promoting the professional development of its members. We would like to thank all those who come forward and advise to contact only those who have been selected for further examination. Representing its members on wages, pensions, working hours, other working conditions and any other issues related to the relationship between its members and their employer. to promote the improvement of the employment conditions of its members. The Manitoba government recognizes the importance of building an exemplary public service that involves and reflects the people who serve it.
Applicants are encouraged to voluntarily explain themselves in their cover letter, resumption or postulation if they are from one of the following employment groups: women, Aboriginals, visible minorities and persons with disabilities. This is preferential competition. All applicants are invited to apply, but the first consideration of this competition will be given to Aboriginal people. Applicants are invited to present themselves at the time of notification. Announcement Nr. 35534 Service Center 1 Human Resource Services 1130-405 Broadway Winnipeg, MB, R3C 3L6 Tel: 204-945-3204 Fax: 204-948-7373 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Doing anything incidental or conducive to the realization of the above objects. For similar positions, a list of authorizations can be established and remains in effect for 12 months.