Senior Governance Analyst (5178)

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Senior Governance Analyst
Organization:  Public Employees Benefit Agency (PEBA)
Province:  Saskatchewan
Location:  Regina

The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA) is seeking a highly-motivated, results-oriented individual with governance experience.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Governance and Legislation, the Senior Governance Analyst would be responsible for:

  • Independently and proactively developing best governance practises to ensure an effective governance framework that reflects the needs and preferences of each committee, board and commission (governing body);
  • Being the central point of contact within PEBA to analyze complex governance issues and provide sound governance advice to PEBA senior management and/or governing bodies;
  • Supporting governing bodies in their decision-making to ensure they operate within their governance framework and legal authority;
  • Preparing information for, organizing and distributing materials, taking minutes at, and following up on decisions made at meetings of governing bodies; and
  • Drafting minister’s orders, orders in council, regulations and legislation, and other documents relevant to implementing changes to the composition of governing bodies or decisions made by governing bodies.

PEBA is seeking an experienced governance professional who has demonstrated their ability to be results-oriented and is able to demonstrate:

  • Experience with critiquing, researching, analyzing, developing and making recommendations to senior managers and governing bodies to create and ensure highly-effective governance frameworks based on best governance practices;
  • Experience using highly-developed written and verbal communication to report and present information concisely and accurately to advise, inform, and influence a variety of stakeholders;
  • Consistent, timely provision of accurate information or analysis based upon best practice, policy, and evidence-based research or interpretation of legislation, regulations or other documents approved by a governing body;
  • Experience providing support to a governing body or organization to ensure its effective and efficient operation; and
  • Experience referencing, interpreting, preparing and/or amending legislation, regulations and policy, minister’s orders and orders in council.

Typically the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be acquired through the completion of post-secondary education in administration, public policy, political science or economics. A combination of education and experience may also be considered.

Assets would include the following:

  • Completion of the Pension Plan Administration Certificate (PPAC) offered through Humber College or other relevant industry education;
  • Experience using Diligent Board Books; and
  • Working knowledge of Roberts Rules of Orders.