Financial Investigator (Various Permanent & Temporary positions)

Our Financial Investigator positions in Due Diligence are primarily responsible for ensuring integrity throughout Alberta’s gaming industry.  This role involves conducting confidential due diligence financial investigations on designated cannabis and gaming applicants requiring licensing/registration pursuant to the Alberta Gaming & Liquor Act and the Alberta Gaming & Liquor Regulation (section 9).  This includes reviewing confidential personal and corporate financial information, performing analysis, conducting interviews and preparing concise reports outlining the results of the due diligence financial investigation.

In this position you will take on the role as Financial Investigator of all financial inquiries including financial analysis and interpreting investigative findings to assess an applicant’s eligibility and financial viability.   You will manage and prioritize a large number of case files, and will work closely with an Investigator.  Proven strong financial investigative skills, excellent time management skills, strong technical accounting skills, attention to detail, demonstrated leadership, strong conceptual and problem solving abilities, effective communication and interpersonal skills are requirements of this position.  The ability to deal with the public in a professional manner is paramount. 

Travel is required in this role, as such a valid Canadian Non GDL driver’s license, clean driver’s abstract and a valid passport are conditions of employment.


• Related post-secondary degree
• Professional accounting designation (CPA) is required plus a minimum of 5 years of audit experience.
• Experience in public practice or private/public business preferred.
• Experience conducting due diligence financial investigations and fraud investigations.
• Fraud Investigation designation (Certified Forensic Investigator, Certified Fraud Examiner) will be considered an asset.

NOTE:  An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.  Candidates with lesser qualifications may be considered at a lower classification and salary.  This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies. 

NOTE:  To be eligible to work for the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, you must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or eligible to work in Canada.  As a condition of employment you will be required to obtain a security clearance and provide a driver’s license and a clean driver’s abstract.

Regulatory Services Division
This Division is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the gaming and liquor industries in Alberta.

Audit Services:
• Provides ongoing monitoring to maintain the financial integrity of Alberta’s gaming industry by conducting audits and due diligence investigations of licensed gaming facilities and charities.

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