Intelligence Analyst

May 6, 2024
Closing Date
Closing Date: May 17, 2024

Who is OMVIC?

OMVIC (Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council) is Ontario’s vehicle sales regulator. OMVIC enforces the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act and other consumer protection statutes for the Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery. OMVIC’s mandate and role is to maintain a fair and informed marketplace by protecting the rights of consumers, enhancing industry professionalism and ensuring fair, honest and open competition for registered motor vehicle dealers. This is achieved by maintaining strict dealer/salesperson registration requirements; inspecting all Ontario dealers (new and used); providing free complaint handling to consumers; developing/delivering consumer and dealer education/awareness programs; and investigating and prosecuting industry non-compliance and illegal sales (curbsiding).

What we offer:

OMVIC is made up of dedicated and hard-working individuals who take pride in the work they do each day to ensure that our mandate is being met. It is this great group of people that create a team atmosphere that is comfortable, friendly, and open which works to foster the team spirit.


  • Provides operational, tactical, and strategic intelligence analysis to support the activities of OMVIC’s Enforcement Team
  • Collects, collates, prioritizes, researches, and disseminates intelligence information/data through systemic analytical intelligence processes
  • Uses data mining techniques to generate, retrieve and synthesize intelligence information/data from various sources
  • Scans and analyzes all available information/data sources to identify trends, e.g., unregistered, or fraudulent sales activities, exportation of stolen vehicles, financial crime, industry misconduct/or non-compliance, etc.
  • Provides analysis of intelligence information/data and trends for operational planning, resource allocation and budgeting
  • Prepares clear and concise written intelligence reports, link charts, graphs, timelines, etc., in various formats to support OMVIC’s intelligence-led enforcement activities
  • Attends, participates, and presents intelligence reports/information/data at briefing sessions for senior management, and/or enforcement team members, as required
  • Assists management and investigators with the planning and execution of large, complex and sensitive investigations
  • Works with OMVIC’s Communications and Public Affairs Team to develop appropriate content for dissemination to stakeholders/public
  • Liaises with outside agencies, including municipal/regional governments, community/stakeholder groups, provincial/municipal police services, law enforcement agencies, other Delegated Administrative Authorities or regulators, to collect, exchange or disseminate relevant intelligence information/data, and to remain apprised of current, or applicable trends
  • Shares relevant information with other investigators, inspectors, legal staff, etc., as appropriate
  • Assists Registration, Consumer Support, Communications Teams with issues, and provides information, as required
  • Establishes and maintains liaison with law enforcement/government agencies
  • Appears as witness at various legal proceedings/hearings
  • Maintains awareness of relevant legislation and latest developments in investigative techniques, intelligence gathering and analysis
  • Other duties as required


  • University degree in a field related to one or more of the following: criminology, computer science, social science, political science, psychology or public administration or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
  • Formal training in intelligence analysis, data management, research, is considered an asset
  • Considerable and recent intelligence/crime analysis experience in a law enforcement and/or regulatory environment
  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and be capable of projecting a professional, objective, competent and capable image in their internal and external dealings, including with vulnerable complainants, officials, and other stakeholders.
  • Strong analytical skills and the ability to assess relevant evidence and exercise sound judgment impartially, discretely and objectively
  • Knowledge of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 2002, the Consumer Protection Act, and the Provincial Offences Act.
  • Working knowledge of the Ontario Motor Vehicle Industry Council, as well as provincial government organizations, boards, and agencies relevant to the automotive industry is considered an asset
  • Demonstrated understanding of issues affecting consumer protection
  • Excellent organizational, administrative and time management skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Valid Class ‘G’ Ontario Driver’s license
  • Must be able and willing to travel throughout the Province of Ontario

We respectfully thank all applicants for their interest in working at OMVIC. However, we will only contact those meeting the qualifications for an interview.

OMVIC fosters an environment that respects people’s dignity, ideas and beliefs, thereby working to ensure diversity, equality and inclusion and has been committed to and will continue advocating for an environment where all persons are treated with fairness, dignity, and respect. OMVIC is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), ensuring that all individuals are treated with dignity and respect. Should you require accommodation for a disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify the Human Resources department.

How to apply

If you are interested in the position, please submit a cover letter and resume, highlighting the position title to the attention of Human Resources no later than May 17, 2024, at 5:00 pm, to Email: [email protected]