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Duties:

  • Manages, prepares and oversees the organization and conversion of investigative data and paper-based exhibits in a logical standardized sequence to facilitate electronic format conversion and data capture and ensure continuity of proof for court purposes.
  • Assists the Economic Crime Section personnel in liaising with the Crown Prosecutors office in line with policies and procedures for court disclosure.
  • Organizes incoming data, including paper exhibits, for entry into electronic applications (i.e. Major Case Management).
  • Enters investigative data into electronic applications, involving reading investigative/financial documents, to identify key information as defined by the investigator.
  • Proofreads investigative/financial documents for completeness, accuracy and consistency by verifying information through the source investigator and performing checks on various police information systems (i.e. SIMS, CPIC).
  • Scans documents and secures and handles exhibits in accordance with SPS policy.
  • Updates manual and electronic logs to track steps completed to process investigative data in electronic applications.
  • Types and formats documents for judicial applications (i.e. Production Orders).
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of a recognized one year post-secondary business related program plus or including:

Introductory Accounting 1

Introductory Accounting 2

Intermediate Accounting 1

Intermediate Accounting 2

  • Successful completion of a Fraud Prevention, Detection and Investigation course would be an asset.
  • Typing speed of 55 w.p.m.
  • Two years' related office experience.
  • Knowledge of business English and modern office procedures, software and equipment.
  • Knowledge of forensic accounting investigative methods used in a civil and/or criminal litigations context.
  • Knowledge of the various fraud schemes, legal elements of fraud and investigative steps.
  • Ability to pass the Saskatoon Police Service security clearance process.
  • Ability to exercise good judgement when dealing with protected and sensitive information.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Ability to maintain attention to detail and to meet deadlines.
  • Ability to collect, organize and analyze financial information.
  • Ability to interpret, and make decisions in accordance with, established policies, procedures and processes.
  • Experience working in investigation or forensic accounting in the securities industry (statutes and regulations).
  • Skilled in the operation of office equipment, including a calculator and a computer with word-processing and spreadsheet software (Microsoft Office preferred).

Salary:

$4,419.52 - $4,872.48 per month (2021 Rates)

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