The Association was recently contacted by Home Depot Canada.
Home Depot is looking for candidates to work in their various Loss Presentation/Asset Protection roles across Canada. They are confident that retired members of the RCMP would have have the experience, skills and interest that would help the retailer in the noted areas.
It was also mentioned that there are many positions available within the company that may be viewed on their website at careers.homedepot.ca. A search on “Loss” will bring up the positions available in your part of the country.
The Alberta Securities Commission is the industry-funded regulator responsible for administering the province’s securities laws. It is entrusted with fostering a fair and efficient capital market in Alberta and with protecting investors. As a member of the Canadian Securities Administrators, the ASC works to improve, coordinate and harmonize the regulation of Canada’s capital markets.
The Enforcement division enforces Alberta securities laws by investigating and prosecuting breaches of those laws with a view to stopping current misconduct and preventing future misconduct.
Reporting to the Manager, Joint Serious Offenses Team (JSOT) and Intelligence, this stand-alone position is responsible for managing all incoming intelligence from various sources and pro-actively expanding the ASC’s Intelligence Program. This role will also be reviewing and analyzing intelligence and providing recommendations to facilitate early detection, prevention, disruption, and investigation of securities misconduct within the Alberta capital market.
Key responsibilities include:
- Managing all incoming intelligence — from internal ASC sources, law enforcement, and regulatory partners. Analyzing information and providing recommendations, briefings, reports, and risk assessments (i.e. providing: referrals to other agencies, reports on findings, proposals for targeted surveillance, proactive investigative action, disruption strategies, high-risk offender prevention, and focused investor protection).
- Improving and actively managing an ASC intelligence database.
- Proactively expanding the intelligence program by identifying and building strong information-sharing relationships with key partners (i.e. securities regulators, law enforcement and government agencies, regulatory organizations, etc.). Through these sharing partnerships, the Intelligence Analyst will gather best practices and techniques and facilitate the exchange/collection of intelligence information between both parties.
- Expanding and maintaining formal/informal agreements for the reciprocal sharing of information between the ASC and other agencies to increase volume and frequency of relevant tips, intelligence and information received.
- Being the ambassador for the intelligence program by actively participating in intelligence working groups and committees, while maintaining a strong provincial and national presence within the securities and law enforcement intelligence community.
The ideal candidate will possess:
- A bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Statistics, Mathematics, or in a related area. A relevant graduate degree would be an asset.
- More than 10 years experience in intelligence (i.e. national, criminal, security, military) and/or security defence research, private-sector information and analysis service, and special operations.
- Certification in i2 iBase/Analyst Notebook and training related to intelligence tradecraft, intelligence analysis, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure protections, and/or risk management.
- Experience in structured analytical techniques, open-source research and intelligence collection through the use of social media tools and other tradecraft.
- Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
- The ability to work proactively and independently with minimal direction.
- A big-picture mindset, creative thinking abilities, sound judgement and persistence.
NOTE: The successful candidate will be required to undergo an Enhanced Security Screening prior to commencement of employment.
Visit our website to submit your resume, cover letter and salary expectations by March 28, 2021. You will be contacted if you are selected for an interview. More information about working at the ASC including our comprehensive Total Rewards package can be found on our website at www.albertasecurities.com.
Boyden Canada is part of a vast global network spanning 45 countries. We help client organizations in the public and private sectors find the people they need, wherever they need them. In addition to providing retained executive search on the local, regional and international levels, Boyden works with clients on board searches, succession planning, consulting and interim management solutions.
Boyden has been mandated by Loto-Quebec to recruit the next President.
As the value of diversity continues to grow in the business community and elsewhere, recruiting and retaining diverse employees is becoming even more important to continued organizational success. Our client, Loto–Quebec is committed to continue to build a diverse, inclusive and equal workforce. It is with this goal in mind that we reach out to different communities and organizations to support Boyden in our effort to promote this role to their members and networks.
Please find attached the link to the job posting. If you could post the job this week, it would be greatly appreciated. Application deadline would be February 15, 2021.https://boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/728