Senior Policy Analyst (4957)

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Senior Policy Analyst
Organization:  BC Pension Corporation
Province:  British Columbia
Location:  Victoria
 
 
Description:

Why work with us?

At BC Pension Corporation, we are committed to our people.  We are an organization with wellbeing at its core; offering an outstanding workplace experience where all employees can achieve their full potential.  Some highlights of what we offer include:

Flexible work schedules (mobility work, modified work weeks, job sharing, etc.)
Competitive compensation
Ongoing training and professional development opportunities
Comprehensive extended health and dental benefits for you and your family, including 100% employer paid MSP premium coverage
Defined benefit pension program
Health & wellness programs – lunchtime seminars, community health activities (yoga, kayaking, etc.) and a comprehensive Employee & Family Assistance Program

What is the opportunity?

Reporting to the Assistant Director, the Senior Policy Analyst is responsible for providing policy and legislative advice to the pension plan boards, the corporate board, the Corporation’s executive and the Corporation’s staff. The position drafts and reviews legislation; develops policies; identifies and analyses emerging issues; designs project and research methodologies; and analyzes and facilitates the resolution of complex plan member files.

Requirements:

What do you need to succeed?

Must-have:

  • University degree in a relevant field such as public administration, business administration, law, economics or social sciences and a minimum of three years of related experience; OR a Diploma/Certificate in a related field as per above and four years of related experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and training and five years of related experience;
  • Preference may be given to applicants with a Master’s Degree;
  • Related experience must include:
    • Researching, analyzing, interpreting and developing policy and legislation;
    • Writing a wide range of documents/content such as briefing notes, issue papers, research papers, memos, and/or executive summaries;
    • Forming and presenting recommendations to decision makers on complex problems; and
    • Planning and coordinating complex projects/assignment.

Nice-to-have:

  • Experience in pension administration is an asset.