14200 Green Timbers Way Mail Stop 408/409
Posted 2 months ago

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
• 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

• 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: 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.

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