Canada: Senior Manager Investigations/TEU South Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission 24 reviews –

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Location: Calgary
Division/Branch: Regulatory Services / Investigations
Classification: Senior Manager 1 (760)
Status: Management
Employment Status: Permanent Full Time
Salary: $87,507.00 – $119,396.00
Closing Date: October 13, 2020
JOB SUMMARY
Reporting to the Director, Investigations Branch, the incumbent is responsible for the management and administration of the Investigations Unit South and Tobacco Enforcement Unit South. Investigations Unit is responsible for criminal investigations relating to the misuse of gaming revenues, including frauds, thefts, forgeries, cheating at play and gaming/liquor/cannabis related offences of the Gaming Liquor and Cannabis Act/Regulations. In addition this position is responsible for the overall supervision and direction of the tobacco enforcement program under the authority of an MOU with Alberta Treasury Board and Finance, including criminal investigations of trafficking contraband tobacco products and fraud as it relates to the Tobacco Tax Act. On a day to day basis this position also supervises all gaming/liquor/cannabis investigations assigned to the AGLC Integrated Investigations Team (AIIT) North, including illegal/unlicensed gaming.
This role will facilitate and promote the exchange of intelligence and coordinate integrated criminal investigations with other agencies, such as the RCMP, ALERT, CISA, CBSA, FBI, US Border Control and municipal police services. Responsibilities will include the review and approval of investigational reports, operational plans, judicial authorizations, incident reports and court briefs. Other responsibilities include completing performance evaluations of direct reports, identifying and coordinating Branch training and participation on internal/external meetings and committees. Professionalism is essential as this role will involve responding to public and government enquiries relating to gaming, liquor, tobacco and cannabis activities in Alberta.
Candidates will require knowledge, experience and/or the ability to interpret AGLC corporate policy, Investigations Branch policy, AGLC Terms & Conditions and Operating Guidelines, GLCA, GLCR, Criminal Code of Canada, Cannabis Act/Regulation, Canada Evidence Act, Peace Officer Act and Regulation, PCMLTFA and associated Regulations, FINTRAC guidelines, Tobacco Tax Act, Tobacco and Smoking Reduction Act, Fuel Tax Act, Tourism Levy Act, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and Customs and Excise Act.
This position works closely with the Senior Manager, Anti-Money Laundering Unit, in the operational management of the AGLC Anti-Money Laundering Program and FINTRAC Compliance Regime.
Occasional travel within Alberta and flexibility in work schedule will be required.
SKILLS & ABILITIES
    • Post-secondary law enforcement related degree/diploma or other related discipline (or equivalency) supplemented by courses in leadership/management development.
    • Significant years of operational law enforcement experience, having a minimum of 5 years progressively responsible supervisory/management experience, including knowledge and experience in policy/program development, program management/administration and/or human resource management.
    • A thorough knowledge and extensive experience in operational planning, major case management, risk management and the ability to make sound operational decisions.
    • Extensive training and experience in investigational techniques as applied to criminal investigations, surveillance, undercover investigational techniques, judicial authorizations and the use of informants/agents.
    • Knowledge in the use of and capabilities of all internal/external applications and systems utilized by the Investigations Branch, including but not limited to: CPIC, PIRS (RCMP), PIMS (Calgary Police), JOIN (Alberta Justice), MOVES (Alberta Motor Vehicles), EPROS (Edmonton Police) & PROS (RCMP).
    • Excellent communication skills along with the ability to effectively address and resolve conflict situations.
    • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with executive management, peers, subordinates and internal/external stakeholders.
    • Knowledge and/or experience in licensed gaming operations, regulatory (gaming/liquor/cannabis) compliance and enforcement, illegal gaming investigations and administrative board hearing processes is an asset.
    • Knowledge of; AGLC Board policies; Terms & Conditions and Operating Guidelines, AGLC Corporate policy; AGLC Corporate Information Security policy, Tobacco Tax Act, Fuel Tax Act, Tourism Levy Act and/or Tobacco Smoking Reduction Act is an asset.
  • To be eligible to work for AGLC, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or eligible to work in Canada.
  • While we appreciate all applications we receive, we advise that only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
  • As a condition of employment, you will be required to obtain a satisfactory security clearance and clean drivers abstract (if necessary) prior to employment.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered at a lower classification and salary. This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.
  • AGLC is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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