Emergency Management Analyst, Level 7
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|Job Category||Entry Level|
|Who Can Apply||Canadian Citizens|
|Salary Range||$73,970 - $89,970|
|Language Requirement||Bilingual Imperative (CBC/CBC)|
The Emergency Management Analyst (EMA) provides 24/7 operational support to domestic and foreign based CSIS employees and partners. The EMA collects threat related information from the public, analyzes it using both classified and unclassified databases, and produces reports for operational sectors. The EMA also monitors open source information and disseminates national security related information to internal and external clients. The Emergency Management Analyst position is included in the Intelligence and Data Analysis Stream (IDAS), a testament to the analytical rigour required performing the various functions of the position.
- Collect information from the public by obtaining, evaluating and interpreting potential threat related information and establishing an appropriate course of action;
- Conduct urgent and sensitive operational research and analysis for domestic and foreign based CSIS employees, other Government of Canada partners and law enforcement agencies;
- Evaluate, assess complex data and provide information analysis by preparing reports and providing recommendations to relevant stakeholders;
- Respond to crises and emerging national security events and inform key stakeholders within the intelligence community;
- Provide continuous (24/7) point of contact and Operational support for the Service including members of the Executive, human sources, Foreign Officers and Foreign Liaison contacts in Canada and for other government departments and agencies;
- Keep abreast of current events by engaging with relevant stakeholders, monitoring open sources and reading threat assessment reports;
- Conduct advanced Internet intelligence collection by assessing online information and employing appropriate investigative means to gather online intelligence;
- Act as a resource person by providing support to National Exercise Planning (NEXP) & Major Events (ME);
- Assist the Team Leaders with projects and presentations to internal and external stakeholders;
- Any acceptable combination of education, training and/or experience, from College diploma to graduate studies with concentration in Emergency Management, Security, Criminology, Social Science, 911 Emergency Call Centre or related field will be considered.
The educational program must be from an accredited learning institution recognized in Canada.
If you completed a program outside of Canada you will be required to obtain proof of a Canadian equivalency at your expense through a recognized credential assessment service.
Note: Any higher level of education could be recognized as experience.
- Experience in conducting research from various sources and analyzing the information in order to draw inferences or make recommendations will be considered an asset
- Experience working in a Federal/Provincial/Territorial Emergency Operations Centre and in making decisions in a stressful environment (i.e., in an operations center, as a member of an emergency response team, or similar security related environment) will be considered an asset
- Experience in providing client services will be considered an asset.
- Behavioral flexibility
- Analytical Skills
- Communication and Organizational skills/Multitasking.
Conditions of Employment
- Required to work shift work (24/7 environment) rotational shifts that extend beyond core hours of work (8-12 hours); overtime on short notice, being subject to call-back for an extended period of time.
- No possibility of remote work. The position requires to work physically from the Headquarters in Ottawa, ON.
- Employees must possess and maintain a valid and permanent Canadian driver’s license for the duration of their employment in that position.
- Upon appointment, an employee shall remain in the Branch or Region for a period of one (1) year before any lateral movement outside of the Branch or Region. This does not prohibit employees from applying for promotional opportunities or the Foreign Officer process and accepting an offer if successful.
Note: Upon appointment, successful candidates will acquire on-site parking privileges due to being shift workers.
Applicants must clearly demonstrate in their application how they meet each Education and Experience criteria. Failure to do so will result in the applicant being screened out of the career opportunity.
CSIS is a separate employer and is not subject to the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA). CSIS has its own classification, compensation system, and a different staffing regime. As such, we use a different staffing process and terminology.
CSIS is committed to building a workforce that is truly representative of the Canadians it serves by cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace environment. This will be achieved by increasing employment equity group representation (including persons with disabilities, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, and women) at all levels within the organization through hiring and talent management practices. We will also ensure that appropriate accommodations are made (e.g., specialized equipment, changes to physical workspace) to provide employment opportunities for all qualified candidates. In support of achieving a greater, diverse and skilled workforce, we strongly encourage those individuals who belong to one or more of the employment equity groups to self-identify when applying.
Should you require accommodation in relation to a disability, please tell us at the beginning of the selection process. This information will be kept confidential.
The personal information provided in your application is protected under the Privacy Act and will be held in Personal Information Bank SIS/P-PU-025.
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