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Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit - BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate to lead a team of Information Officers within the Criminal Records Review Unit (CRRU). Reporting to the CRRU Manager the CRRU Team Coordinator will be responsible for, but not limited to: • Working collaboratively with the CRRU Manager in developing, coordinating and delivering training material for a variety of police systems. • In conjunction with the other Team Coordinator, overseeing investigative reporting in the CRRU database and conducting quality assurance reviews to assess recommendations to provincial clients regarding risk of suitability. • Liaising with provincial law enforcement agencies to obtain sensitive criminal information. • Assisting with data flow between CRRU and provincial stakeholders, while representing CRRU in related meetings when required. • Assessing, contributing to, and developing initiatives to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of processes, procedures and systems used by CRRU. • Performing audits to ensure accuracy of information and compliance with policies and best practices. • Providing leadership, guidance, and feedback to employees (including performance assessments). • Conducting orientation and ensuring that employees are fully trained. • Managing sensitive and potentially contentious issues and escalate where appropriate. • Other duties, as and when required. We are looking for a strong team player with a positive attitude who can work in a fast-paced environment, with the following qualifications: • Post-secondary diploma or degree in a related field (i.e. Public or Business Administration or equivalent) OR a combination of education and related experience may be considered. • A minimum of five years of investigative experience as a sworn police officer working within a law enforcement environment. • Working experience data mining CPIC, PRIME, PIRS, PROS and other law enforcement databases. • Strong working knowledge of the British Columbia Guideline for Police Information Checks (PIC) and information sharing. • Minimum 2 years experience as a proven leader with recent (within 3 years) and strong supervisory/management skills and experience working collaboratively with diverse agencies (i.e. Municipal, Provincial, Federal). • Knowledge of the Criminal Records Review Act, the Criminal Records Act, the Security Services Act, Young Offenders Act (Canada), the Criminal Code, and working knowledge of the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act would be an asset. • Ability to apply critical thinking skills to accurately summarize and collate relevant information gathered through multiple police databases. Ability to evaluate collated information against set criteria and/or interpretation of Acts, Legislations and/or Policies. • Strong organization skills with the ability to respond to changing priorities and manage multiple tasks concurrently with shifting deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and/or within a team, in a high-pressure environment. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external contacts. Ability to adapt to and work effectively within a variety of diverse situations and with diverse individuals or groups. • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality, tact, diplomacy, sound judgement, integrity and dependability. • Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP Top Secret police security clearance. Annual Salary: $83,733.00 - $87,067.50 - $90,402.00 - $93.717.00 - $97,051.50 This is a civilian union position working 37.5 hours per week. Qualified candidates, please submit a cover letter & resume to: hr@cfseu.bc.ca by March 14, 2024. Your cover letter and resume should demonstrate your knowledge and experience, as it pertains to the qualification criteria listed for this position. Candidates will be evaluated based on their cover letter, resume, references and interview which may include testing. CFSEU-BC is an equal-opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all individuals.

Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate to lead a team of Inf...

Technical Support Unit
14200 Green Timbers Way Mail Stop 408/409
Posted 1 week ago
*Job Posting Expires on March 15, 2024* Reporting to the Intelligence Monitor Supervisor, these positions will be responsible for: • Providing leadership, guidance, support, training, and mentorship to Intelligence Monitors • Performing real-time, legally authorized, electronic telecommunications surveillance of persons, locations and devices; • Listening to, analyzing, and summarizing live and recorded intercepted communications for criminal investigations; • Analyzing communications and data to establish relevant information of persons of interest; • Preparing transcripts of certain communications intercepted and recorded for investigative purposes; • Training new Intelligence Monitors in audio monitoring, video monitoring, and transcription; • Reviewing completed documents and providing feedback to Intelligence Monitors prior to submission; • Updating and maintaining NNI, and confirming and processing all voice identifications; • Communicating effectively with Intelligence Monitors, Supervisors, and Investigators; and • Performing Acting Supervisor duties as required by the Intercept Manager. Senior Intelligence Monitor duties are conducted in a workspace while wearing a headset, with exposure to extended periods of audio and/or video, which may contain graphic content. Day, afternoon and evening shifts are entailed with these positions. The successful candidates will be strong team players, with positive attitudes, who can work in a fast-paced environment and have the following qualifications: • Completion of post-secondary education.Education in Criminology, Criminal Justice, the Arts, or Social Sciences would be an asset; • A minimum of 1-year recent monitor room experience; • Experience applying the Part VI and XV Criminal Code pertaining to the interception of telecommunications, would be required; • Ability to exhibit excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills and a proven ability to maintain positive working relationships; • Ability to accurately and promptly transcribe and/or summarize audio and/or text (Certificate in Court Interpretation or ability to translate from another language, or dialect, is an asset); • Ability to exercise good judgment and a high standard of ethics; • Ability to ensure confidentiality and discretion while handling sensitive information; • Ability to remain focused and calm, and maintain strong leadership and a positive attitude during highly stressful situations; • Strong oral and written communication skills in English, as well as sound knowledge of sentence structure and grammatical syntax; • Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP Top Secret Security clearance Annual Salary (based on 37.50 hours per week): $68,835.00 - $71,565.00 - $74,295.00 - $77,025.00 - $79,755.00 This civilian union position works up to 37.50 hours per week and requires in-office attendance. Qualified individuals please submit a cover letter & resume to hr@cfseu.bc.ca by March 15, 2024. Your cover letter and resume should demonstrate your knowledge and experience, as it pertains to the qualification criteria listed for this position. Candidates will be evaluated based on their cover letter, resume, interview and references. This hiring process may also include testing. Please include shift availability details, and if applicable, speak to the number of Part VI and XV involved in, provide a Certificate in Court Interpretation and/or language testing results CFSEU-BC is an equal-opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all individuals.

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*Job Posting Expires on March 15, 2024* Reporting to the Intelligence Monitor Supervisor, these positions will be responsible for: • Providing leadership, guidance, support, training, and mentorship...

*Job closes on October 12, 2023* Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit - BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate to coordinate the Provincial Tactical Enforcement Priority (PTEP) process. Reporting to the Criminal Analysis Supervisor, the PTEP Coordinator will be responsible for: • Participating in the daily operations of the PTEP program, and coordinating the work of PTEP Analysts • Creating each cycle’s PTEP calendar for PTEP participants, PTEP team members and management • Coordinating and hosting the PTEP targeting and police of jurisdiction meetings in each district while establishing and maintaining effective and efficient relationships with PTEP partner agencies across all four districts • Creating and managing the comprehensive PTEP tasking spreadsheet for each cycle which details the tasks and deadlines for the PTEP team, E Division HUB and PTEP Management of tasks and associated deadlines throughout each cycle • Providing training and direction to new PTEP employees and PTEP partner agencies to support each agency’s effective participation in the PTEP program • Evaluating PTEP data and products including threat submissions, outcome reports, monthly activity reports, and the PTEP Roster • Working in conjunction with the E Div HUB on production and quality control of PTEP products/deliverables • Updating and maintaining PTEP Integrated Collaborative Environment (PTEP-ICE) site • Creating and maintaining PTEP groups in Criminal Analysis Search Tool (CAST) for use by all E Division Analysts • Tracking and maintaining all PTEP Investigative funding requests and allocated funding to PTEP partner agencies as well as participating in the funding committee • Managing the PTEP confidential electronic filing system of all PTEP material, RTIC intelligence reports, ISOC HUB and other intelligence related material • Other related duties, as required We are looking for a strong team player with a positive attitude who can work in a fast-paced environment, with the following qualifications: • High School graduation. Relevant post-secondary education would be preferred • One to three years of relevant experience, preferably in a police environment • Knowledge of police operations in British Columbia and experience reviewing police materials would be an asset • Knowledge and understanding of the PTEP process and all of the cycle stages would be an asset • Experience with the use of the Criminal Analysis Search Tool (CAST) and the RCMP Integrated Collaborative Environment (ICE) an asset • Experience with PRIME-BC, Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Adobe including experience working with Adobe Forms • Strong communication and organization skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills • Possession of a valid BCDL and ability to travel domestically and internationally • Ability to work flexible hours on short notice is required • Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP Top Secret police security clearance. Candidates with an active RCMP clearance would be an asset. Note: This is a civilian position working 37.5 hours per week and requires in-office attendance. Candidates will be evaluated based on their cover letter, resume, references and interview which may include testing. A pool of candidates may be established to staff additional positions in the future. Qualified candidates please submit a cover letter & resume to hr@cfseu.bc.ca by October 12, 2023. Annual Salary (37.50 hours per week): $61,968.06 - $64,446.66 - $66,925.26 - $69,403.86 - $71,882.46 CFSEU-BC is an equal opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all individuals.

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CFSEU-BC, OCABC

Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit - BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate to coordinate the Provincia...

Crime Guns Intelligence & Investigations Group
14200 Green Timbers Way Mail Stop 408/409
Posted 7 months ago
Applications will not be excepted or kept on file after September 1st 2023. Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate for a Forensic Technologist position at the BC Provincial Forensic Firearms Laboratory. Reporting to the Laboratory Manager, the Technologist will be responsible for the development, implementation and supervision of Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS) operations in British Columbia. Duties will include, but are not limited to: • Providing metrics and assisting the Laboratory Manager in the overall development of IBIS-related operations • Preparing a training guide for IBIS Technologists, training and supervision • Researching and establishing best policies and procedures for IBIS and Cadre TopMatch-3D triaging processes • Performing validation studies, calibrations and quality control checks on IBIS, Cadre TopMatch-3D and related imaging systems • Maintaining proficiency in the use of IBIS, Cadre TopMatch-3D and other related imaging technologies • Coordinating with equipment vendors on repairs and maintaining a service schedule for all scientific instruments and lab equipment • Monitoring, maintaining and troubleshooting technical issues for IBIS, Cadre TopMatch-3D and other related imaging equipment and for laboratory software programs • Collaborating with users and coordinators of the Canadian Integrated Ballistics Identification Network (CIBIN) and government agencies to support standardization and improvement of IBIS services • Conducting IBIS acquisitions, correlations, technical reviews and administrative reviews • Preparing, performing and evaluating batched cartridge case scans using Cadre TopMatch-3D technology • Documenting findings and presenting expert testimony in court on exhibit handling, continuity and analyses • Training of internal and external clients We are looking for a strong team player with a great attitude, and the following qualifications: • Completion of high school education. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred • Completion of an IBIS Technologist training program facilitated by a forensic laboratory or Ultra Forensic Technology and minimum three years of laboratory experience as a qualified IBIS Technologist or a combination of education and related experience would be considered • Knowledge using Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) • Extensive knowledge of forensic firearm and tool mark laboratory methods, terminology and equipment • Ability to advise law enforcement user agencies, Firearms Specialists and Technologists on submission criteria • Ability to implement a logical workflow for IBIS exhibits and inventory stored samples • Ability to acquire quality images of fired cartridge cases using IBIS BrassTrax • Ability to interpret correlation results using IBIS MatchPoint and locate hits given highly variable samples • Ability to conduct technical and administrative reviews of work performed by other IBIS Technologists • Ability to write clear and concise technical documents, and articulate scientific information and/or expert opinion to investigators and the Courts • Ability to maintain positive working relationship with internal and external clients • Ability to obtain and maintain a RCMP security clearance Note: This position requires in-office attendance. Candidates will be evaluated based on their cover letter, resume, references and interview, which may include testing. Qualified candidates can submit a cover letter & resume to: hr@cfseu.bc.ca by September 1, 2023. Annual Salary (37.50 hours/week): $82,829 – $86,142 – $89,455 – $92,769 – $96,082 CFSEU-BC is an equal opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all individuals.

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Applications will not be excepted or kept on file after September 1st 2023. Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency (OCABC) is recruit...

Administrative
14200 Green Timbers Way Mail Stop 408/409
Posted 9 months ago
**Job Expires July 13th 2023** Applications after this date will not be reviewed or kept on file. One 12-month Full-time Contract or Two 12-month Part-Time Contracts Technical Operations - Green Timbers and Offsite Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit - BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting an enthusiastic, self-motivated candidate for the role of Administrative Assistant to provide assistance and support to the Technical Operational Support teams. Reporting to the Technical Operations Staff Sergeant and supporting various units at different locations, this position will be responsible to: • Coordinate and conduct the administrative duties and team processes • Purchase supplies, software, hardware and equipment which includes conducting procurement requests and tracking approvals for purchase • Monitor and maintenance of purchases and inventory systems (i.e. tracking software/hardware, labeling, tracking and adding new hardware) • Coordinate the logistics for meetings such as booking meetings, preparing and distributing agendas, taking and distributing minutes and monitoring action items to ensure deadlines are met • Develop and maintain the filing system including disposing, archiving and retrieving files • Prepare, process, submit and distribute correspondence, forms, reports, manuals and other documents • Manage incoming and outgoing mail which includes dealing with couriers and suppliers • Respond to inquiries from police officers and partner agencies • Provide financial support that includes tracking expenditures, reconciling receipts and submitting statements/invoices for processing • Assist with pick up, drop off and coordinate servicing for equipment and supplies • Other related duties, as required The successful candidate will be a strong team player with excellent customer service and be able to adapt in a fast-paced work environment with minimal supervision, and meet the following qualifications: • High school completion plus additional courses in office administration, word processing, basic accounting or an equivalent combination of education and experience • Minimum 1-3 years of relevant administrative experience • Good written and verbal communication skills • Solid organization skills with attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently • Working knowledge of procurement • Working knowledge of Microsoft Teams, Word, Excel, Outlook • Possess a valid Class 5 BC Driver License • Ability to obtain and maintain a RCMP security clearance, and a SOIA designation Note: This is an as-and-when-required position working up to 37.5 hours per week. The incumbent will be required to work in-office at various locations. Travel may be required on the occasion. Qualified applicants can submit a cover letter & resume to: hr@cfseu.bc.ca by July 13, 2023. Annual Salary (based on 37.5 hours per week): $48,776.40 - $50,727.66 - $52,677.90 - $54,629.16 - $56,580.42 CFSEU-BC is an equal-opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all individuals.

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**Job Expires July 13th 2023** Applications after this date will not be reviewed or kept on file. One 12-month Full-time Contract or Two 12-month Part-Time Contracts Technical Operations – Green...

**Job expires on February 3, 2023. Applications will not be accepted after this date** Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit - BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of BC (OCABC) is recruiting a hard-working, self-motivated candidate to coordinate the Provincial Tactical Enforcement Priority (PTEP) process. Reporting to the Criminal Analysis Supervisor, the PTEP Coordinator will be responsible for: • Participating in the daily operations of the PTEP program, and coordinating the work of PTEP Analysts • Creating each cycle’s PTEP calendar for PTEP participants, PTEP team members and management • Coordinating and hosting the PTEP targeting and police of jurisdiction meetings in each district while establishing and maintaining effective and efficient relationships with PTEP partner agencies across all four districts • Creating and managing the comprehensive PTEP tasking spreadsheet for each cycle which details the tasks and deadlines for the PTEP team, E Division HUB and PTEP Management of tasks and associated deadlines throughout each cycle • Providing training and direction to new PTEP employees and PTEP partner agencies to support each agency’s effective participation in the PTEP program • Evaluating PTEP data and products including threat submissions, outcome reports, monthly activity reports, and the PTEP Roster • Working in conjunction with the E Div HUB on production and quality control of PTEP products/deliverables • Updating and maintaining PTEP Integrated Collaborative Environment (PTEP-ICE) site • Creating and maintaining PTEP groups in Criminal Analysis Search Tool (CAST) for use by all E Division Analysts • Tracking and maintaining all PTEP Investigative funding requests and allocated funding to PTEP partner agencies as well as participating in the funding committee • Managing the PTEP confidential electronic filing system of all PTEP material, RTIC intelligence reports, ISOC HUB and other intelligence related material • Other related duties, as required We are looking for a strong team player with a positive attitude who can work in a fast-paced environment, with the following qualifications: • High School graduation. Relevant post-secondary education preferred • One to three years of relevant experience, preferably in a police environment; • Knowledge of police operations in British Columbia and experience reviewing police materials would be an asset • Knowledge and understanding of the PTEP process and all of the cycle stages would be an asset; • Experience with the use of the Criminal Analysis Search Tool (CAST) and the RCMP Integrated Collaborative Environment (ICE) an asset • Experience with PRIME-BC, Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Adobe including experience working with Adobe Forms • Strong communication and organization skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently • Strong interpersonal and teamwork skills • Possession of a valid BCDL and ability to travel domestically and internationally • Ability to work flexible hours on short notice is required • Ability to obtain and maintain an RCMP Top Secret police security clearance Note: Applicant must be fully vaccinated, and provide proof of vaccination to Human Resources. This position requires in-office attendance. COVID safety measurements will be in place. Qualified candidates please submit a cover letter & resume to hr@cfseu.bc.ca by  **February 3, 2023. ** Annual Salary (37.50 hours per week): $61,968.06 - $64,446.66 - $66,925.26 - $69,403.86 - $71,882.46 CFSEU-BC is an equal opportunity employer, we embrace diversity and encourage applications from all candidates.

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CFSEU-BC, OCABC

**Job expires on February 3, 2023. Applications will not be accepted after this date** Working within the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit – BC (CFSEU-BC), the Organized Crime Agency of ...

Phone: 778.290.2040
Fax: 778.290.6101
14200 Green Timbers Way
Surrey, BC V3T 6P3