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New Job Manager, Revenue Enforcement In Saskatchewan

Manager, Revenue Enforcement
Manager, Revenue Enforcement

Manager, Revenue Enforcement

Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $7,049–$9,165 a month
Location : Saskatchewan

Full Description

Manager, Revenue Enforcement - FIN004994
Employment Type : Permanent Full-time
Location(s) : SK-Stoon-Saskatoon
Ministry : 018 Finance
Salary Range : $7049-$9165 Monthly
Grade : MCP.07.

The Ministry of Finance supports excellence in governance and public administration through economic, financial and fiscal expertise, leadership and services.

The Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance administers and enforces consumption and other taxes that generate over $4B annually in revenue to the Government of Saskatchewan. Taxes include PST, tobacco tax, vapor products tax, fuel tax, liquor consumption tax, and others.

The Opportunity

The Revenue Division has an exciting opportunity for an experienced, respected, and motivated law enforcement professional to fill the newly created role of Manager, Revenue Enforcement. The Manager will oversee strategy development and implementation, field inspections, investigations, intelligence gathering and surveillance, property / product seizures, summary offence ticketing, and court processes. Priority areas of focus for enforcement are PST and tobacco tax.

Reporting to the Director, Tax Programs, Incentives and Enforcement, the Manger will be responsible to:

  • Provide effective leadership to a team of Revenue Enforcement Officers stationed across the province;
  • Manage and prioritize day-to-day revenue enforcement operations to ensure effectiveness and alignment with strategic priorities;
  • Develop and implement a modernized revenue enforcement strategy, including policies, processes, guidelines and hazard assessments to achieve government objectives;
  • Develop formal partnerships and agreements with law enforcement agencies including municipal police forces, the RCMP, and the Canadian Border Services Agency;
  • Collaborate and build strong working relationships with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders to maximize effectiveness of enforcement activities;
  • Monitor and report on key revenue enforcement activities and metrics; and,
  • Keep current on, analyze, and propose responses to trends and emerging issues / opportunities in tax revenue enforcement.

Our ideal candidate will have knowledge of and experience with:

  • Applying law enforcement principles and practices;
  • Court processes, requirements, and standards;
  • Directing investigations for prosecution, including meeting evidentiary standards, as well as summary offence ticketing;
  • Policy/program development, implementation and evaluation;
  • Strategic planning and development, evaluation, monitoring, continuous improvement, and change management practices/processes;
  • Management and operation of programs and staff, including human resource management; and,
  • The Criminal Code of Canada, The Police Act, 1990 (SK), The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, The Canada Evidence Act, The Saskatchewan Evidence Act and various other federal and provincial statues.

The Ministry of Finance is a values-driven organization that prioritizes a positive organizational culture and high staff engagement.

Typically, the knowledge and experience required for this position would be obtained through a bachelor’s degree or college diploma in police science, criminal justice, public administration; or a related field combined with extensive and progressive experience in policing, police management (including supervising / managing others), and senior police leadership roles. Experience in drug, fraud, and/or organized crime enforcement would be considered an asset. An equivalent combination of education and work experience will be considered.

What we offer:

  • Dynamic, challenging work for talented individuals;
  • A competitive salary;
  • Comprehensive benefits package including pension;
  • Vacation, earned days off (EDO) and other types of leave;
  • Inclusive work environments;
  • Advancement opportunities; and
  • Flexible work arrangements

The Government of Saskatchewan provides an environment that is committed to workplace diversity and upholds deep rooted values of Respect and Integrity, Serving Citizens, Excellence and Innovation, and Acting as One Team.

Travel required: approximately 10%. Valid class 5 driver’s license required.

We are committed to workplace diversity.

Hours of Work : M - Monthly Out of Scope
Number of Openings : 1

Closing Date: Nov 20, 2022, 11:59:00 PM