Opportunities for Intelligence Analysts at the Competition Bureau, Canada
Title:Opportunities for Intelligence Analysts at the Competition Bureau, Canada
Post Date:03/04/19
Location:Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
Details:Opportunities for Intelligence Analysts at the Competition Bureau, Canada

March 4, 2019

The Competition Bureau is seeking experienced Intelligence Analysts to work in its Criminal Intelligence Unit (CIU), Cartels and Deceptive Marketing Practices Branch (CDMPB).

Headed by the Commissioner of Competition, the Bureau is an independent federal law enforcement agency responsible for the enforcement and administration of the Competition Act. The CDMPB is responsible for investigating alleged violations of the criminal and civil provisions of the Act, including cartels (conspiracies relating to bid-rigging and price-fixing), mass-marketing fraud and false or misleading advertising.

The CIU is currently seeking Intelligence Analysts with at least two years' experience to work on the development of the unit and to provide tactical, operational and strategic support to Bureau investigators and managers.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a developing unit and to work on large-scale, complex investigations that directly impact Canadian consumers and the economy. The work is highly rewarding and accomplished through teamwork and in collaboration with a variety of stakeholders and partners.

Specifically, we are looking for:
Two (2) Intelligence Analyst positions at EC-04 level.
One (1) Senior Intelligence Analyst Position at EC-05 level.

Individuals at the EC-04 or EC-05 levels (or equivalent) will be considered for a one to two-year assignment, secondment or Interchange Canada agreement.

Please signal your interest by providing your resume and a short (500-word maximum) cover letter describing your suitability for either position to Matthew Bargh (matthew.bargh@canada.ca) by March 22, 2019.
Employer:Competition Bureau, Canada
Contact:Matthew Bargh
Email: matthew.bargh@canada.ca
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