Intelligence Operator (FT Summer, PT Fall/Winter)
- Posted by: 21 Electronic Warfare Regiment, Canadian Armed Forces Reserve
- Closing Date: May 1, 2023
- Start Date: May 1, 2023
- City: Kingston
- Rate of Pay: Salary
- Rate of Pay Amount / Range: $17,000 - $45,500
- Positions Available: 5
- Type: Part Time
- Duration: Permanent
- Avg. Hours/Week: 4-40
- Schedule: Evenings, Weekends
- Education: High School
Salary Range: 10-37.5K annual to start, based on days worked.
Intelligence Operators collect information from various sources to support operations, planning and decision-making for the Canadian Armed Forces and the Government of Canada. They start at a daily rate of pay of 124.40 and with allowances will earn over 17K for this May-Aug summer. Typically, Reserve Force members continue to work and train with their home unit for one evening per week and two weekends per month, from September to April of each year. Intelligence Operators work in a highly secure environment with restricted access, handling extremely sensitive information. At 21 Electronic Warfare Regiment initial training will center on common military skills followed by specialization in tactical Electronic Warfare. After completing basic training, additional soldier, driver and communications skills, candidates will be trained in tactical, operational, and strategic analysis, counter-intelligence, electronic warfare, psychological operations or one of several other highly specialized fields.
Candidates must be Canadian Citizens or Permanent Residents between 16 and 53 who are prepared to undergo both physical and classroom training. Specialty training is delivered in a pattern easily matched to the availability of post secondary and senior high school students. Workers in the gig economy, those whom are underemployed or are between positions have all been successful on an ongoing basis with this mixed part and full time position. Not all training must occur during summer blocks.
Successful candidates once they have completed training will be eligible to apply for positions at home or deployments abroad, may transfer to the regular force full time or take their skills to other positions. Information sessions are held weekly (currently online only) and 1:1 sessions are held to follow up after the general information session at the start of your application. Applicants through this website will automatically be sent additional information on the various positions and the next information sessions available. Positions at 21 EW Regiment are competitive, and candidates may not be successful in their first choice of trade. Invitations to attend an information session may also be requested from us directly.
Applications may be started now by going directly to the Canadian Forces Website at the link below, and you are still welcome to attend an information session after completing the online application. It is possible to change the trade and position you have applied for at several stages in the application process if you are unsure of which trade offers the best experience for you.
How to apply: https://forces.ca/en/apply-now/
When asked for a reserve unit recognition code, please use 4935, or in the next questions say yes you have a reserve unit of interest. Type 21 and select 21 Electronic Warfare Regiment. When your online application is completed, please email us so that we can expedite scheduling the rest of your application process. Students who use an address outside of Kingston should always contact us after completing the online application, or their application will first be seen by staff in other cities, causing a delay.
Job Types: Casual, Permanent
Salary: $17,000 - $22,000 per year for a student working the full summer + part time in the school year. A $2000 education grant is also available for current students who qualify.
Perks & Benefits
- Dental care insurance coverage
- Tuition reimbursement
- Advantageous pension plan
- Paid holidays
- Great benefits
- Tuition reimbursement or payment for seminars and classes
- Educational assistance
- Career planning and development
- On the job training
- Additional training available
- Training opportunities
- Team building courses
- Regular performance reviews
- Professional development
- Excellent growth and advancement opportunities
- Free uniforms or uniform cleaning
- Gym, Spa or Yoga Membership
- Wellness programs
- Company sponsored/subsidized events such as trips to athletic events, concerts and hikes
- Service recognition program
- Free parking (car or bicycle)
- Commuting/travel assistance
- Generous parental leave