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Policy and Process Analyst

The Tla’amin Nation is a modern, forward-thinking, self-governing nation located on the beautiful upper Sunshine Coast (qathet Region).

Job Type:                                             Full-time, Permanent – Supporting Role

Reporting to:                                      Laws, Policy & Data Manager

Remuneration:                                 Competitive negotiable based on qualifications

Position Summary

The Policy and Process Analyst supports implementation and policy development through research, analysis and drafting, reporting to the Laws, Policy and Data Manager; while supporting a dynamic group of Directors and Managers, the Policy and Process Analyst is an analytical thinker who is eager to learn and wants to contribute to a growing and high-potential First Nation government; technologically proficient, ambitious and want to support a growing team.

Key Responsibilities

The duties and responsibilities of the Policy and Process Analyst include, but are not limited to:

  • Review internal and external proposals to identify potential implications to the Nation’s legal, policy, data management and intergovernmental frameworks.
  • Assist in the planning and development of new and amended laws, regulations, policies and processes in collaboration with other departments.
  • Research best practices in other governments and analyze existing Tla’amin laws, regulations, policies and processes.
  • Assist in the drafting of language, motions and resolutions consistent with the direction of the Legislative Assembly and introduce options for consideration.
  • Manage Tla’amin community data, track indicators and assess Nation performance in meeting policy objectives.
  • Gather information, analyze, and prepare reports for other departments, the Legislature and Executive Council.
  • Comfortable drafting a variety of documents for presentations, and communications materials, as required.
  • Grant writing to support departmental projects, as required.

Qualifications

  • Degree or higher in a field related to public administration, business administration or equivalent knowledge, plus one (1) year recent related experience; OR,
  • Technical diploma in a field related to public administration, business administration or equivalent knowledge, plus three (3) years recent related experience: OR,
  • An equivalent combination of education, training, and related experience may be considered; AND,
  • Recent related experience is defined as experience in public administration, business administration or equivalent gained within the last five (5) years.
  • Background in research, analysis, writing and policy development.
  • Competence to respond to changing priorities and tight deadlines.
  • Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills, with strong abilities in writing succinct briefing materials.
  • Ethical, accountable and diplomatic.
  • Preference may be given to candidates with experience working and developing relationships with Indigenous Nations and/or Organizations.

Working Conditions

  • Work may be virtual and/or in an office setting (requires sitting, walking, carrying)
  • Scent-free, violence-free, alcohol-free, and drug-free environment
  • Strict adherence to all WorkSafe regulations and safe work practices
  • Strict adherence to the Nation’s Covid-19 Safety Plan and CDC/Health Canada’s Covid-19 protocols
  • Competitive pay offered commensurate with qualifications and experience

Questions

Please text, call or email Tabatha Berggren – Laws, Policy and Data Manager to connect and discuss this exciting position!

Phone:                 (604) 413 6840
Email:                   tabatha.berggren@tn-bc.ca

How to Apply

Please apply by sending your resume and a cover letter explaining how you meet the qualifications and why you are interested in this position by email to: Jobs@tn-bc.ca and Tabatha Berggren at tabatha.berggren@tn-bc.ca  noting “Policy and Process Analyst” in the subject heading of your e-mail, or drop-off/mail to Tla’amin Nation, 4779 Klahanie Road, Tla’amin, BC, V8A 0C4.

Closing Date: Friday, July 29, 2022 at 4:00 pm

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those shortlisted will be contacted.