Job Requisition #: 403068
Employee Class: Regular Full-Time
The Corporate Investigations Unit within Alberta Health Services (AHS) is currently looking for a Corporate Investigator to join our team. As a Corporate Investigator you will conduct thorough, objective and timely investigation of serious, sensitive and high-risk issues involving AHS personnel, community peace officers, contract employees and/or AHS assets.
Through investigations and interactions, you will develop and foster strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders including local police services, professional and licensing bodies, and other community agencies to ensure the efficacy of investigations and their outcomes.
This role also requires the completion of investigation reports, as well as defending them at judicial and quasi-judicial forums including provincial court, fatality inquiries, professional licensing hearings and labour arbitration hearings. Additionally, the Corporate Investigator develops and delivers training to AHS employees on subjects such as criminal law, charter rights, search and seizure, investigative techniques and violence risk assessments.
All Management and Out Of Scope positions are being reviewed for possible inclusion in the AUPE General Support Services bargaining unit. If this position is impacted, the incumbent will be notified accordingly.
Education and Training
- · Post-secondary education in criminal justice and/or health field or a combination of education and experience
- · Violence Risk Management training
- · Major Case Management training and experience
- · 10+ years experience in an investigative capacity
- · Police experience
- · Experience testifying at judicial and/or quasi-judicial venues
- · Leadership experience in an investigative environment
- · Experience in a case management role in investigational operations
- · Advanced investigative interviewing experience
Knowledge & Skills
- · Computer skills including Word, Excel, Outlook and Power Point
- · Excellent communication skills including writing, speaking and presentation skills
- · Client focused and commitment to providing quality services
- · Ability to plan, organize and manage short and long term plans and projects
- · Strong organizational skills
- · Excellent analytical and decision-making skills
- · Ability to build relationships and foster partnerships with internal and external stakeholders
Licenses and/or Professional Memberships
- · Member of Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP)
Note: This position requires complete scheduling flexibility and open availability to travel with short notice within the province. Possession of a valid driver’s license and access to a motor vehicle in good repair for work-related travel is required.
Please apply online at: https://albertahealthservices.ats.hrsmart.com/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=403068