Jobs Government of Ontario – INVESTIGATOR

Website Ministry of the Attorney General

Job Description:

Are you a strong communicator with high integrity, attention to detail with knowledge of the criminal justice system? Then consider one of these unique opportunities with the Special Investigations Unit (SIU), the civilian agency that conducts thorough and unbiased criminal investigations where someone is seriously injured, alleges sexual assault or dies when involved with the police.

Job Responsibilities:

  • provide group leadership, guidance, expertise and technical support to field investigators, assigning work to field staff, setting priorities, monitoring work and reviewing for quality and compliance with investigative procedures, standards and techniques
  • carry out high-profile and sensitive investigations in a credible, fair and balanced manner by using your analytical/investigative and interview skills in conjunction with your good judgement, integrity, objectivity, tact and strong ethical values
  • appear as witness or supportive witness in criminal/civil proceedings, coroners inquests, or any other form of hearing
  • provide all information obtained during the investigation the Crown Attorney considers relevant to the charge
    serve as the front line of the Special Investigations Unit and its face in the community

Job Requirements:

  • With your strong interpersonal skills you can: reconcile differing interpretations of evidence, persuade stakeholders for appropriate follow-up to ensure compliance with methods, models, and concepts of investigations; deal effectively with people in stressful situations
  • You have proven analytical and reasoning skills to conduct investigations, assess and interpret evidence, evaluate investigative results and determine cause
  • You can analyse circumstances and make recommendations
  • You have effective organizational skills to gather and organize large volumes of evidence and maintain appropriately
  • You must have a valid class G driver’s license (or equivalent as recognized by the Province of Ontario) to travel to investigation sites across Ontario, often on short notice.
  • You can assign and coordinate work of field investigators, including coaching/mentoring and provide training and guidance
  • You have presentation skills to deliver lectures, seminars and attend meetings

Job Details:

Company: Ministry of the Attorney General

Vacancy Type: Temporary

Job Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Application Deadline: N/A

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