Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting enthusiastic, self-motivated candidates to provide strategic and tactical analysis support to CFSEU-BC teams and portfolios including the Provincial Tactical Enforcement Priority Targeting Process.
Reporting to the Analytical Program Coordinator, the Senior Criminal Intelligence Analyst will be responsible for:
- Determining, designing and developing data collection strategies, techniques and methods used in the intelligence process;
- Researching, evaluating, interpreting and analyzing information to identify criminal trends and patterns and to develop tactical, operational and strategic intelligence products;
- Preparing reports to identify and/or illustrate criminal group/individual associations and criminal trends;
- Conducting tactical, operational and strategic analysis for judicial purposes, including providing explanations of intelligence products and defending analytical judgements during expert witness testimony in court;
- Participating in presentations, meetings and working groups as an expert criminal intelligence resource, and contributing to the development of new analytical methods and approaches;
- Establishing a network of internal and external contacts to identify criminal trends, collaborate on joint projects, exchange information and conduct intelligence analysis;
- Communicating and presenting analytical findings in various formats to inform management and operational personnel; and
- Mentoring and supervising junior analytical positions, this includes providing guidance for analytical techniques and best practices as well as evaluating employee performance.
We are looking for strong team players with positive attitudes who can work in a fast-paced environment, with the following qualifications:
- Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized university with acceptable specialization in Economics, Statistics or Sociology, or in a field related to the position;
Note: The specialization may also be obtained through a combination of education, training and/or experience
- Minimum 3 years’ experience working in a police environment;
- Minimum 3 years work experience researching, analyzing and evaluating information, and
preparing written reports or presenting material to decision makers;
- Minimum 5-7 years’ experience working with computers and office technology, software, and
applications. Experience using analytical programs including i2 Analyst Notebook, iBase or
specialized mapping software is an asset;
- Strong communication and organization skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently
with the ability to work with minimal supervision;
- Ability to successfully complete the RCMP Criminal Intelligence Analyst entry examination;
- Possession of a valid BCDL and ability to travel domestically and internationally;
- Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP Top Secret police security clearance; and
- Ability to work flexible hours on short notice is required.
Applicants will be required to write and pass the EDCAS Criminal Intelligence Analytical test during the week of November 5, 2018 (date to be confirmed).
Qualified applicants can submit a cover letter & resume to: email@example.com by October 24, 2018. Senior Crim Intell Analyst Posting - Multiple Positions (Oct 2018)
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