|The City of Richmond is a diverse and dynamic community in pursuit of our vision
to be the most appealing, livable and well-managed community in Canada.
People * Innovation through Collaboration * Vision * Outstanding Results * Team
Policy & Reporting Analyst – RCMP
Job ID: 2016297
Reporting to the Manager, RCMP Adminstration and to the Advisory Non-Commissioned Officer, the Policy & Reporting Analyst leads the the risk management function by creating and implementing governance structure, conducting quality assurance audits to assess compliance, and establishing and incorporating risk management concepts, policies, procedures processes and systems into operating practices. This position is a delegate of the Office-In-Charge and the incumbent will possess full authority to hold City of Richmond RCMP members and staff accountable.
We are seeking an outstanding individual with thorough knowledge and experience in risk management, strong strategic business analysis, critical thinking skills, and problem resolution skills, along with the ability to present to the Detachment Leadership Team, Senior Management Team, and to Mayor and Council.
Qualified candidates will possess a 2-year Diploma in Business Management or related field, coupled with five (5) years of related experience including operational policing, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preference will be given to individuals holding a Degree in Business Management with specialization in Risk Management concepts and methodologies.
The City of Richmond offers competitive pay programs, comprehensive benefits, attractive incentives and a compressed work day schedule. If you are looking to make a difference, and to share our vision “to be the most appealing, livable, and well-managed community in Canada,” please submit your application by following the instructions below:
The City of Richmond uses an applicant tracking system for candidates wishing to view and apply for available career opportunities. For further details regarding this specific career opportunity, please visit our website at www.richmond.ca/employment. Applicants will be required to upload a current resume and provide any supporting documentation relevant to the position (Word format). We are accepting applications until January 23, 2017 at 11:59pm.
The City of Richmond is an inclusive employer committed to employment equity objectives and invites applications from all qualified individuals. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted. If you are unsuccessful, please accept our appreciation for your interest.
This position is restricted to those legally entitled to work in Canada.
|Date Posted:||Monday, January 9, 2017 at 9:37:31 AM (PST)|
|Posting Expires:||Monday, January 23, 2017 at 11:45:00 PM (PST)|
Date: January 25, 2017
Time: 12:30pm – 4:00pm
Location: Burnaby Campus – SE2 – Great Hall
Looking for a job? Come to BCIT Student Association’s (BCITSA) Technology Industry Days and meet your future employer! This career fair is free for all BCIT students and alumni.
They say finding work is all about networking, so we’re bringing the employers to you to get you started. Whether you’re done your program, almost done your program or just getting started, this is a great opportunity to connect one-to-one with hiring managers and industry professionals.
Need help preparing for Technology Industry Days? Then come to the following workshops so you can impress employers:
Check out the website for more details on the 30 employers including Fortinet, Sophos, TransLink, MDA and more.
The Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSE) is committed to hiring students through recognized educational programs in various universities and colleges across Canada in a variety of technical and administrative openings.
CSE is Canada’s National Cryptologic Agency. Our mandate is to:
- Acquire and provide foreign signals intelligence;
- Provide advice, guidance and services to help ensure the protection of Government of Canada electronic information and information infrastructures; and
- Provide technical and operational assistance to federal law enforcement and security agencies.
Here are some important points in regards to CSE’s student recruitment program:
- All applications must be submitted via our website;
- Students must have the Canadian citizenship and be eligible for a secret clearance (for the Summer work term) or top secret clearance (for the Fall work term)
- The deadline to apply is February 1, 2017 at midnight;
- Students must send a copy of their previous work term evaluation (if applicable) to the following address : HR-RH@cse-cst.gc.ca. Please note that we no longer request transcripts upon application. If the student is selected for an interview, we will then request the transcript.
Dear Prof. Early,
Saturday, January 28, 2017 | Vancouver
Students – do you have an interest in the economy, business, or critical issues of the day? Please join us for a day of fun-filled discussion and inquiry – free of charge. Listen to high profile business leaders, academics, and leading policy experts give presentations on a variety of topics, ask questions, and then further examine the ideas presented with your peers in lively discussion groups.
Speakers and Topics:
Marijuana Industry Regulation in BC
The Surprising Effects of Economic Freedom
Operational and Infrastructure Challenges in the Opening Arctic
Canada-China Relations and Suggestions for Policy Improvements
Minimum Wage Hikes: Good Policy or Bad Idea?
|For more information, please contact Carolyn McCarthy at 604-688-0221 ext. 526 or email email@example.com.|
Job type: Permanent Vacancy (Full Time)
CLOSING DATE: January 12, 2017
Are you a health care professional with a passion for workplace health and safety? Do you want to help ensure every worker in your industry goes home safely at the end of the day? Consider applying your experience in the health care industry with occupational safety expertise to conduct investigations of workplace accidents involving fatal or serious injuries. You’ll work with an investigations team to identify causes, make recommendations, and pursue enforcement actions, up to and including prosecution where appropriate.
Experience and Educational Background:
- A minimum of four years of work experience in the health care industry where you have gained broad knowledge of the industry’s processes, equipment, terminology, risks and hazards.
- General knowledge of occupational health and safety.
For more information and how to apply, please visit Careers at WorkSafe BC.
- Do you want to play a role in determining the truth, implicate the guilty, and exonerate the innocent?
- Do you have a passion for working in Protective Services?
- Do you want to work and live in a beautiful coastal environment?
Vancouver Island is one of Canada’s most enviable locations and Campbell River is ideally situated to take advantage of the best the island has to offer. With a moderate climate, spectacular scenery and year-round recreational offerings at its doorstep, Campbell River is a community that will continue to attract people from all locations.
The City of Campbell River is looking for a Forensic Video Technician to work within the Police Services Department of the local RCMP Detachment.
Reporting to, and taking direction from, the RCMP Municipal Manager, you will review, perform technical level forensic video analyses, and process a variety of video evidence for investigative and court purposes.
You will have completed a two (2) year technician diploma in video technology, broadcast television or another discipline relevant to the field of forensic video analysis, and have, at a minimum, three (3) years of recent experience.
For a complete listing of the necessary qualification for this position, along with a detailed job description, please visit the “Employment Opportunities” section of our website at www.campbellriver.ca.
The current hourly rate of pay for this CUPE bargaining unit position is $28.71 working 21 hours per week. The health benefits included in this part-time position are: MSP, Extended Health, Dental, and Group Insurance.
If you have the skills we are looking for, you wish to work in a high paced, goal oriented department, and you want to live, work and play in a great community, apply now!
Please send your resume AND covering letter, quoting EXT-16-64 to:
Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River BC V9W 4C7
Fax: (250) 286-5760
This posting closes at 4:30pm on Friday, December 9, 2016.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those short listed for interviews will be contacted.
Simon Fraser University is hosting the 2nd Annual Symposium of the Centre for Forensic Research. Student members of the centre will briefly explain the varied research taking place at the centre and listen to the presentations of distinguished guest speakers:
– Eric Petit and Laura Yazedijan – Office of the Chief Coroner, BC
– Diane Cockle – Royal Canadian Mounted Police, BC
– Ernie Cooper – E. Cooper Environmental Consulting
The event will be held on the morning of December 6th in Blusson Hall 9606 at the Burnaby Campus of SFU. Please note that while the event is free of charge, registration is required at https://goo.gl/forms/KZchjxBTEMUeIpKN2 by November 29th.
Vancouver Police Department’s Planning and Research Section is looking for practicum students to begin a 3 month practicum starting January 2017.
The primary responsibilities of the Section include:
- Providing research, evaluation, and planning services to the Department
- Researching, developing, and maintaining policy
- Evaluating and assessing programs
- Assisting with a variety of quantitative and qualitative research assignments
- Researching, developing, and producing statistical reports
- Conducting internal process audits
- Maintaining the VPD Regulations & Procedures Manual
- Much more!
What will you do?
- Tasks depending on the project… may include:
- literature reviews/reviewing occurrence reports
- assisting with data collection and entry (e.g., interviewing, contacting outside agencies, surveys)
- assisting with basic descriptive analyses
- assisting with report writing
- helping develop studies
- tasks vary – so please contact us for examples of assignments and roles!
- busy office environment with sworn and civilian members of the VPD
- research being done in the “real world”
- lots of variety in your tasks
- opportunities to learn about the world of policing
- experience working with the VPD
- a fun environment
Please contact Dr. Jennie Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-717-2685 for more information. Also please visit the Vancouver Police Department website and the Planning and Research Section for more information. Please provide a cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript with the most current date and courses. Interested students need to apply by email no later than November 30, 2016.
The BCIT Forensic DNA Lab is looking for a volunteer in the DNA lab on an ongoing basis one day a week. The volunteer would be responsible for create electronic case files for ongoing casework, decontaminating lab spaces and equipment, assembling DNA collection kits and other tasks associated with the day to day operation of an accredited forensic DNA laboratory. While the position would not allow participation in active casework, lab personnel will attempt to take every opportunity to expose the volunteer to as many forensic science techniques and interpretation as possible.
Volunteer should be available to come into the lab during standard business hours (8:00-4:30) one day a week. Preference will be given to students who have completed or are currently enrolled in FSCT 8150 and FSCT 8160. Time spent would count towards practicum hours as part of the B. Tech program. If you are interested in the volunteer position please contact Steen Hartsen at Steen_Hartsen@bcit.ca with your CV by November 11th 2016.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Vancouver (British Columbia)
$46,150 to $56,147
For further information on the organization, please visit Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Closing date: 31 October 2016 – 23:59, Pacific Time (more on closing date)
Who can apply: Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.
The position is responsible for:
a. Assists in quality control activities as specified for the forensic analyses conducted;
b. Assists in the maintenance, calibration and operation of scientific instruments and equipment
c. Assists in the ordering of materials and prepares reagents for laboratory analyses
d. Responsible for general laboratory duties and clerical duties