Sunday , February 5 2023

DFO Careers – Field Supervisor

Website Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Job Description:

Your role as a Field Supervisor will be to lead a team of professional, and well trained Fishery Officers to direct and carry out compliance inspections, investigation activities and enforcement of the various Fisheries-related Act and Regulations that govern fishing activity in the aboriginal, commercial, recreational and international fisheries and protect the fish habitat and the aquatic environment. You will plan and conduct overt and covert patrols by foot, vehicle, program vessel, CCG vessels, fixed and rotary winged aircraft, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Located on the south shore of Great Slave Lake the community of Hay River is the hub of the North with a population of approximately 3,500 people. It is on the Highway system to Alberta and is located on the Hay River, which flows into the Great Slave Lake. It is a prime spot for hunting & fishing.
  • Located in a true Arctic environment at the northern end of Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island, Iqaluit has a population of approximately 10,000 people and is an active community with deep-rooted Inuit culture. The small city has many amenities found in larger cities in the South. Living in a remote and isolated arctic community is not for everyone, but living in the Arctic can be a truly incredible and rewarding experience.
  • The intent of this selection process is to staff positions in Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet (anticipatory), Hay River, Inuvik (anticipatory), and Yellowknife. A pool of qualified candidates will be established to be used to staff various positions/tenures in these locations only.
  • Located on the shores of Great Slave Lake and the edge of the Arctic, Yellowknife is a true northern town with a population of approximately 20,0000 people. Yellowknife has a small town feel, with all the modern amenities found in much larger cities. Yellowknife is a family orientated community with easy access to outdoor adventures.
  • Located in the land of the Midnight Sun, Inuvik has a population of approximately 3,000 people. The citizenry is a mix of Inuvialuit, Gwich’in and non-Indigenous. It is on the Highway system to the Yukon and is the gateway to the Arctic Ocean.

Job Requirements:

  • Work overtime on short notice;
  • Work evening and weekends;
  • Deployment to any part of the country, or assignment to all types of enforcement activities such as inland, coastal and offshore patrols (including air patrols), and/or forensic investigations and/or special operations;
  • Meet medical and psychological suitability standards;
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license, a current standard First Aid Certificate and a CPR Certificate;
  • Carry and use firearms and other restricted and prohibited weapons, meeting and maintaining DFO proficiency standards;
  • Wear a uniform and required protective clothing;
  • Work and/or travel at sea or by air and in a variety of terrains and degrees of isolation for various periods of time in all weather conditions;
  • Travel (up to three weeks for special assignments);
  • Work in an isolated posting.

Qualification & Experience:

  • Experience conducting or leading criminal, intelligence, or regulatory investigations.
  • Experience providing advice or recommendations to management.
  • Experience in major case management and prosecution.
  • Experience in identifying, coordinating, and implementing compliance priorities.
  • Experience developing and implementing operational plans.
  • Experience developing partnerships with stakeholders in a natural resource management law enforcement context.
  • Experience in maintaining detachment standards in law enforcement.
  • Experience in supervision.

Job Details:

Company: Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Vacancy Type:  Full Time

Job Location: Inuvik, Northwest Territories, CA

Application Deadline: N/A

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