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Field Investigator
 
The Investigations Division at WorkSafeBC is seeking a service-oriented team player to work with case managers and occupational health and safety professionals with a focus on investigating fraud and misrepresentation. Based in our Richmond office, you will conduct investigations, make recommendations, and pursue enforcement actions up to and including criminal prosecution when appropriate.
 
 
As a field investigator you will:
 
  • Conduct investigations on complex/sensitive cases and Workers Compensation Act violations that may lead to the imposition of sanctions
  • Investigate alleged infractions relating to the Workers Compensation Act, the Offence Act, the Criminal Code of Canada and other legislation as required
  • Assist WorkSafeBC officers with investigations on a variety of subjects including, fraud, misrepresentation, compliance issues, fatal and/or serious workplace accidents, and other matters as assigned
  • Prepare comprehensive confidential reports for internal use, and the laying of criminal charges
  • Establish and maintain internal and external contacts to facilitate the investigation process
 
We are looking for someone who can:
  • Independently plan, prioritize, and manage a large caseload involving multiple tasks and changing priorities, in order to successfully complete investigative assignments
  • Communicate clearly, concisely, and sensitively with a variety of individuals and groups, both verbally and in writing
  • Identify, interpret, and analyze issues in a systematic manner using accepted investigative techniques in order to reach an appropriate conclusion
 
Your experience and educational background:
  • A post-secondary education in criminal justice or a related field
  • A minimum of six years of experience conducting investigations under a statutory regime
  • A thorough and current knowledge of Canadian criminal law, surveillance operations, and interviewing and evidence collection, particularly in a regulatory-investigation setting
  • An Investigations and Enforcement Skills Certificate is preferred
To Apply:
 
For more information on this career opportunity including how to apply online by April 19th 2018, please visit: Field Investigator.