ATIP, Senior (Must have a Secret Clearance)

Job CategoryProfessional Consulting
Position TypeContract
Application Deadline September 27, 2019
Experience Required5+ years
Job DurationTemporary
Education RequiredN/A

MaxSys is currently looking for an ATIP, Senior for our Federal Client.
• Secondary school diploma is required
• University Certificate and/or degree and/or Cegep DEC in law, accounting, business or other relevant field from a recognized post-secondary institution.
• Must demonstrate that each proposed resource has a minimum 7 years of experience in applying and interpreting relevant legislation, regulations and policies, in the last 15 years.
• Must demonstrate that each proposed resource has a minimum of 3 years experience in mediating or negotiating resolutions, in the last 15 years.
• Must demonstrate that each proposed resource has a minimum of 3 years experience investigating complaints under the Access to Information Act, the Privacy Act, PIPEDA or equivalent provincial legislation, or conducting Criminal investigations, or conducting investigations of a federal legislation (Canadian) or conducting audits, in the last 15 years. The bidder must name the legislation and related policies and procedures under which they conducted investigations of a federal legislation or audits. They must name and describe the investigation or the audit project/process, state in which organization they performed the investigation or audit functions, specify the time period of the investigation or audit and describe their delegated authority with respect to the investigation or audit.

Duties may include, but not limited to:
The contractor must, independently or as part of an investigative team, use the tools, processes and procedures defined by the Office to conduct a full range of access to information complaint investigations, under the Access to Information Act as follows: 
• Plan and conduct investigations for assigned complaints while managing a diverse caseload, making decisions on the conduct of investigations and adhering to the principles of procedural fairness;
• Research and analyze the allegations and circumstances of the complaints;
• Interpret applicable legislation, case law, jurisprudence, precedents, previous decisions of the information commissioners, recent policy positions, announcements and statements by the opc’s senior management;
• Gather, scan and store all the data, notes, information and evidence collected into the case management system provided by the office; and document all events and decisions in same system;
• Meet with and interview complainants, witnesses and other parties to the complaint, including respondent departmental officials;
• Exercise the powers delegated by the information commissioner during the investigation;
• Develop recommended solutions or resolutions for approval, review and comment;
• Negotiate agreements between parties or act as a conciliator to resolve the complaint in line with granted authorities;
• Write draft investigation reports and draft reports for the information commissioner or her delegated authority for review and comments;
• On approval of the draft (paragraph 4.9 above) prepare the investigative reports and final report for the commissioner or her delegated authority, and send signed correspondence to the appropriate parties; and
• Participate in meetings with management, representatives of other branches, and the commissioner to discuss approaches to complaints or issues that require careful management.
Language: Bilingual – Fluent
Security Clearance: Secret Level
If you meet all the above requirements, please send your resume today to Katherine Spallin at: 
*Please note, only qualified candidates will be contacted and the position could be filled prior to closing date. Thank you.*