The Senior Investigator is the subject matter expert in privacy law with a particular focus on health privacy law.
The Senior Investigator is responsible for managing a caseload of complex investigation files, mediating resolutions, researching and providing advice internally and externally, preparing reports, promoting and educating stakeholders about access and privacy matters, providing day-to-day case management guidance to OIPC Investigators.
Related university or college degree (e.g. law, public administration, law enforcement, information management) and 2 years of relevant experience, or an acceptable equivalent combination of experience and training in a legal, policy or research environment. Must possess knowledge of legislation and regulations (federal, provincial and/or municipal) related to privacy and access and be able to use that knowledge to make competent, defensible decisions and plans. Must have experience conducting investigations or informal resolutions. The successful candidate will demonstrate above average verbal and written communication skills. A proven ability to employ discretion and deal appropriately with confidential and secret documents is also essential.
An applicant’s cover letter and resume must clearly outline how the candidate meets these qualifications.
The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner provides impartial oversight of compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, the Privacy Review Officer Act, the Municipal Government Act and the Personal Health Information Act. The OIPC delivers its mandate by conducting investigations and mediations of complaints and reviews, issuing formal public reports, development of educational materials and provision of independent advice on access and privacy matters at the request of public bodies, municipalities and health information custodians.
Closing Date 8/4/2017