Posting for: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Want to start your career with one of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2018 winners? The CRA is accepting applicants for student co-op terms of 4 or 8 months. This position will provide students the opportunity to obtain practical experience in working in Criminal Investigations Division of the CRA.
Job title: Criminal Investigator Support Worker
Why work with us?
- Enrich your academic program
- Develop your employability skills
- Explore your interests
- Get insight into a career as a federal public servant
- Find your future career
Applications will only be accepted from BCIT, Forensic Investigation, Crime and Intelligence Analysis Option students. Students enrolled on a part-time basis due to a disability that is recognized by their academic institution are also eligible to apply.
Work locations: Fraser Valley Tax Services Office – 9737 King George Boulevard, Surrey
Anticipated start date(s): September 2019 or January 2020
Work term: 4 to 8 months
Number of openings: Varies depending upon start date
Pay rates: $20.19 – $21.64
Applications accepted until: August 21, 2019
- Assist with data collection strategies, techniques and methods and provide assistance with tactical analysis.
- Provide assistance to investigators by creating inventory lists of materials seized during searches.
- Make scan copies of evidence to be used in court proceedings.
- Provide assistance to investigators by using software to convert documents and evidence into readable evidence.
- Follow the Criminal Investigations Student Learning Path to understand the key areas of an investigation.
- Other duties
Language requirement: English essential
- Cover letter
- Proof of Canadian citizenship
Your resume must include the name, daytime phone numbers and email addresses of a minimum of two references, preferably work-related or volunteer activities. You may also provide other types of references related to academic activities. Please indicate in your cover letter why this opportunity would be a good fit for you.
Preference will be given to Canadian citizens. Please indicate your citizenship status on your application.
Applicants meeting the application requirements may be assessed through an interview and/or reference check on the following asset qualifications:
- Effective interpersonal skills (pass mark 70%)
- Client service (pass mark 70%)
- Effective oral communication in English (pass mark 70%)
- Dependability (pass mark: meets)
- Professionalism (pass mark: meets)
Conditions of employment:
As an essential condition of employment, applicants must be willing to work full time, 37.5 hours per week, obtain a personnel security clearance of reliability status prior to the start of the work term, and be enrolled in the BCIT Crime and Intelligence Analysis Option and have completed the essential education requirements. Applicants must also be meeting current performance expectations.
Successful completion or partial completion of the BCIT Forensic Investigation, Crime and Intelligence Analysis Option, including the following essential courses:
- FSCT 8432 – Approaches to Analysis and Reasoning for Crime Studies
- FSCT 8436 – Introduction to Crime and Intelligence Analysis
- FSCT 8430 – Tactical Analysis 1
- FSCT 8520 – Internet for Investigation
- FSCT 7001 – Forensic Applications of Criminal Law 1: Legal Procedures
- FSCT 7002 – Criminal Law 2: Legal Evidence
Janice Ng, Team Leader, Criminal Investigations