New Job Crime Analyst In Alberta
Company : City of Grande Prairie
Salary : $42.39–$54.79 an hour
Location : Alberta
Reporting to the Director of the RCMP Department, while working closely with the RCMP members, you will be responsible for preparing, analyzing and disseminating information and recommendations relevant to the evolving and existing crime patterns and trends to forecast future crime occurrences. You must have the ability to maintain the confidentiality of information and work effectively with a multitude of persons and teams. In addition, you will support criminal investigative activities for the purpose of increasing the effectiveness of patrol deployment, crime reduction and the apprehension of suspects.
As a Crime Analyst, you will be responsible for:
1. Determining, designing and developing data collection strategies, techniques and methods used in the intelligence process by researching, evaluating, interpreting, and analyzing information to identify criminal trends and patterns and to develop tactical, operational and strategic intelligence products.
2. Identifying and/or illustrating associations, criminal trends, patterns, series and behaviours and locating intelligence gaps to influence and guide in setting operational priorities, resource allocation and direction to the investigation team leaders and management and contribute to the implementation of crime reduction strategies.
3. Providing expert advice on complex criminal investigations, assessing intelligence and providing tactical, operational and strategic analysis for judicial purposes, including providing expert witness testimony in court.
4. Establishing a network of internal and external contacts in identifying criminal trends, exchanging information and criminal intelligence.
5. Communicating analytical findings.
To be successful, you should possess the following:
- A degree in Criminology or a related social sciences field of study
- Using office technology, software and applications (i.e. Microsoft Office Suite)
- Researching, writing and analyzing
- Working with RCMP policies and procedures would be considered an asset
In addition, you should have proficiency in the following competencies:
- Diagnostic Information Gathering
Monday - Friday, 37.5 hours per week.
E Band, wages range from $42.39 - $54.79.
We thank you in advance for your interest. Those selected for an interview will be contacted by phone or email. We will email those who did not make it to the interview stage within 60 days of the closing date of this job posting.
1. Submit a cover letter and resume using the "Apply Now" tab on this web page.
2. Applications will be reviewed, and short-listed and interviews will be scheduled.
3. Applicants must clearly illustrate, via covering letter and/or resume, how they meet the Education and Experience factors outlined in the Qualifications section. Failure to do so, could result in your application no longer being considered in the selection process.
4. The selection process will include testing, interview and reference checks.
5. Candidates must possess or be able to obtain, and maintain, a RCMP Security Clearance.
Note: Once you apply and upload a resume you should receive an email confirming that your application has been submitted for this position. If you receive this email, there is NO further need to contact us regarding this position.
- This posting may be used to fill future vacancies in this position.
- This posting may be used to fill more than one position.
- This posting will be open until a suitable candidate(s) is/are found.
Due to the high number of applications we receive per job posting, we cannot answer job-specific questions before the interview. If you are successful in getting to the job interview stage, we will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have at that time.