What we offer
In addition to a competitive salary and a rewarding career where you can truly make a difference, we offer a comprehensive benefits package that meets the various needs of our diverse employees, including:
- Minimum three (3) weeks of paid annual vacation days, increasing with years of service;
- Four (4) paid personal days;
- Defined benefit pension plan with OMERS, includes 100-per-cent employer matching;
- Health and dental benefits, including a health spending account available upon your start date;
- Employee and family assistance program;
- Maternity and parental leave top up (93% of base salary);
- Training and development programs including tuition reimbursement of $1500 per calendar year;
- Fitness membership discount.
This job offers the opportunity to work from home as part of a hybrid work arrangement. This arrangement will allow you to work some days at a TCHC work location and the rest of the time from home. The amount of time required to work at a TCHC work location is flexible, while considering operational and service delivery requirements.
Make a difference
We are searching for a Criminal Intelligence Analyst who is passionate and knowledgeable. If you can see yourself working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment where you can really make a difference, Toronto Community Housing is a place for you!
The Criminal Intelligence Analyst will receive and assesses criminal intelligence information of a confidential nature, will analyze information, prepare reports, make recommendations on assigned projects and provide technical guidance to their direct reports, Field Intelligence Officers.
What you’ll do
- Research and/or receive, evaluate and analyze information associated with daily operations and assigned projects.
- Review published articles and police/CSU reports to detect trends and patterns of criminal activity.
- Create and/or search computerized and manual filing systems for information in response to inquiries. Maintain the security and integrity of confidential files and oversees general filing system.
- Gather and analyze relevant information to draw inferences regarding the scope, methods, intentions and vulnerabilities of groups or individuals involved in criminal activities.
- Perform analysis of information to support criminal and social disorder investigations and response strategies. Analysis performed may include spatial, statistical and trend/pattern analysis, among other methods.
- Produce specialized analytical products such as association charts, crime maps, linkage analysis and suspect profiles.
- Produce analytical products and documentation for court actions. This may include tribunal and or court trials. Incumbents may be asked to appear in court as expert witnesses to support the aforementioned information.
- Liaise with external law enforcement agencies
- Summarize and present completed analysis at daily, weekly and monthly meetings with senior staff. Information presented can include updates, recommendations for action and criminal event series/crime problems.
- Disseminate information to authorized personnel in accordance with legislation and the TPS memorandum of understanding. Act as a liaison with internal and external agencies. Establish and maintain contact with experts, analytical counterparts, educators and researchers.
- Prepare reports and illustrations, make recommendations, attend meetings and make oral presentations on research findings or on new analytical products or techniques. May be required to testify in court, at an Inquiry or at a Hearing.
- Prepare and present comprehensive analytical reports.
- Assist with strategic planning and the deployment of resources.
- Recommend investigative strategies based on information gathered.
- Produce information for public release relating to the education and prevention of criminal activity.
- Perform typical duties inherent to the position (i.e. assists with the training of new members).
- Participate in formal on-the-job training courses in electronic data processing operations and analytical methods.
- Crime Stopper tip intake
- Other analytical and related duties as required.
What you’ll need
- Minimum of three years related experience in researching, analyzing, interpreting information, and statistical analysis including forecasting trends, and identifying issues.
- Degree/Diploma in Criminology, Mathematics, Statistical Analysis or Geography, or other related post-secondary education or police experience and associated criminal intelligence analyst training and experience.
- Experience working in a policing or law enforcement environment an asset.
- Experience in report writing and business case preparation.
- Knowledge of TCHC and TPS policies, standard operating procedures, regulations and operations impacting the assigned work.
- Knowledge of investigative tools and techniques.
- Supervisory experience is an asset.
- Must be proficient in Geographic Information System (GIS), Structured Query Language (SQL) and statistical software.
- Highly developed research, analytical and interpretive skills with knowledge of research design and methodologies and practical application of such research.
- Well-developed time-management skills with the ability to work independently and use own initiative to organize projects and set priorities; ability to meet tight deadlines.
- Strong problem resolution skills to be able to overcome daily issues/problems.
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written.
- Superior team-building skills and the ability to work effectively with various levels of management.
- Ability to perform spatial, strategic and tactical analysis.
- Ability to perform research.
- Ability to summarize and present complex information in a coherent and understandable manner both verbally and written.
- Skill in preparing technical reports to an academic standard.
- Skill in preparing and making recommendations based on analyzed information.
- General understanding of legislation pertinent to assigned area, and of court procedures and requirements regarding evidence and expert witness testimony.
Once you apply, we’ll review your resume and contact you if we believe your skills and experience will make you successful in the role. If you are selected to move forward, the process will include one or more interviews and/or assessments and reference checks.