L-6.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the criteria to be used to evaluate candidates’ aptitude to hold the offices of Anti-Corruption Commissioner, Associate Commissioners for Audits and Associate Commissioner for Investigations

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Regulation respecting the criteria to be used to evaluate candidates’ aptitude to hold the offices of Anti-Corruption Commissioner, Associate Commissioners for Audits and Associate Commissioner for Investigations
EVALUATION CRITERIA — COMMISSIONER
Anti-Corruption Act
(chapter L-6.1, ss. 5.1 and 8.3).
L-6.1
March 14 2018March 21 2018
1. A selection committee formed pursuant to section 5.1 of the Anti-Corruption Act (chapter L-6.1) is to evaluate a candidate’s aptitude to hold the office of Anti-Corruption Commissioner according to the following criteria:
(1)  the candidate’s knowledge of
(a)  criminal and penal law and laws relevant to the holding of the office of Anti-Corruption Commissioner;
(b)  the investigative and auditing fields;
(c)  the issues associated with corruption and public anti-corruption policies;
(d)  management of public or parapublic bodies and regulatory framework governing public body contract management; and
(e)  government organization and administrative operations;
(2)  the candidate’s experience and its relevance to the holding of the office of Anti-Corruption Commissioner
(a)  as regards extensive criminal and penal investigations; and
(b)  in a managerial capacity;
(3)  the candidate’s aptitudes, namely
(a)  leadership;
(b)  sense of public service, ethics and fairness;
(c)  judgment and decisiveness;
(d)  ability to develop a strategic vision and to lead the organization toward achievement of its objectives;
(e)  ability to interpret a complex and evolving environment and adapt to it;
(f)  ability to communicate and maintain working relationships and networks; and
(g)  ability to manage highly confidential and extensive files.
263-2018O.C. 263-2018, s. 1.
2. A selection committee formed pursuant to section 8 or 8.1 of the Anti-Corruption Act (chapter L-6.1) is to evaluate a candidate’s aptitude to hold the office of Associate Commissioner for Audits or Associate Commissioner for Investigations according to the following criteria:
(1)  the candidate’s knowledge of:
(a)  for the office of Associate Commissioner for Audits,
i.  the auditing, taxation, accounting or corporate law fields;
ii.  the regulatory framework governing public body contract management;
iii.  the issues associated with corruption and public anti-corruption policies; and
(b)  for the office of Associate Commissioner for Investigations,
i.  the criminal and penal investigative field and related law;
ii.  the issues associated with corruption and public anti-corruption policies;
(2)  the candidate’s experience and its relevance
(a)  to the holding of the office of Associate Commissioner for Audits
i.  as regards contract or investigation management or administrative auditing;
ii.  in a managerial capacity; and
(b)  to the holding of the office of Associate Commissioner for Investigations
i.  as a peace officer, as regards the administration of extensive criminal and penal investigations;
ii.  in a managerial capacity; and
(3)  the candidate’s aptitudes, namely
(a)  leadership;
(b)  sense of public service, ethics and fairness;
(c)  judgment and decisiveness;
(d)  tactfulness;
(e)  ability to manage highly confidential and extensive files; and
(f)  thoroughness and working methods.
263-2018O.C. 263-2018, s. 2.
3. (Omitted).
263-2018O.C. 263-2018, s. 3.
REFERENCES
O.C. 263-2018, 2018 G.O. 2, 1287