The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams (ALERT) is a non-profit corporation that brings together the province’s most sophisticated law enforcement resources to investigate serious and organized crime. ALERT is comprised of personnel from municipal police agencies, RCMP, and civilian staff that work together on elite teams throughout Alberta focusing on organized crime, human trafficking, auto crimes, and child exploitation.
Under the direction of ALERT’s Technology and Investigative Support Director, the Technical Investigations Unit (TIU) was established in 2020 to support and enhance ALERT investigations by providing research, subject matter experts, installers, technicians, and custodians of high-value / high-tech software, hardware and surveillance assets.
ALERT TIU is looking to hire one (1) full-time, permanent Electronic Surveillance Civilian Technician located in our Edmonton office. This position reports directly to the ALERT TIU Sergeant and indirectly to the ALERT Technology and Investigative Support Director.
The salary range for this position is $98,592 – $110,968 per annum.
The work arrangement for this position is in-person, on-site (not hybrid or remote).
RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES:
The Electronic Surveillance Technician (Edmonton) will report to and work closely with the Sergeant (Supervisor) of ALERT TIU along with Regional TIU, to ensure the technical and electronic surveillance needs of ALERT investigators are achieved. Multifaceted covert installations, in-province travel, outdoor labor (in all environmental conditions), impromptu shift adjustments/overtime, and court attendance/testimony will be required in the course of regular duties.
Primary responsibilities include:
Secondary responsibilities include:
DESIRED SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES:
The following qualifications have been identified for this position:
BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH ALERT:
Interested candidates should forward a resume by email to email@example.com and indicate “TIU-Electronic Surveillance Technician” in the subject line.
The competition will close on December 1, 2023.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
ALERT is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage all candidates that meet above qualifications to submit their applications.
ALERT offers competitive salaries and participates in a group retirement saving plan.
Regular full-time employees and their families receive a comprehensive benefits program following the prescribed waiting period and subject to the terms of the plans.
Some ALERT facilities provide access to an on-site fitness centre accessible to all employees.
Full-time employees also benefit from a personal health spending account.
Compressed work weeks are an option for employees. The number of daily hours an employee will work may vary, but all are expected to work 80 hours over every two-week period.
ALERT believes in an environment where all employees are given the opportunity to contribute and learn. We encourage personal and professional growth within ALERT, which ultimately depends on the desire to succeed.
New employees start at two-weeks paid vacation. ALERT recognizes 12 statutory holidays, including National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
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