New job Planning and Reporting Analyst in Saskatchewan
Planning and Reporting Analyst
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $40.37 - $50.59 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Planning and Reporting Unit in the Strategic Policy and Planning Branch, Ministry of Education, is committed to improving experiences and results in the provincial education system. By joining this team, you will play a significant role in leading and supporting the education, early years, library and literacy sectors' collaborative planning, implementation and reporting processes. Positions are available for two Planning and Reporting Analysts. More information about the branch and ministry can be found here: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/government/government-structure/ministries/education.
- Provide expertise and direction in the conceptualization, development, planning, and evaluation of the Ministry's and sectors' planning and reporting strategies;
- Undertake development, implementation and monitoring of ministry and sector plans;
- Identify and anticipate emerging issues and risks related to ministerial and sector planning and reporting, analyze the alternatives and implications, and develop conceptual and theoretical frameworks;
- Conduct in-depth research and analysis of reputable literature, identifying strengths, weaknesses, and application to the current context, consult with experts, and synthesize research findings to inform strategic planning and reporting and/or develop performance and evaluation frameworks; and
- Undertake ministry and sector initiatives to identify and prioritize planning and reporting issues and develop performance reporting requirements and standards. This includes making presentations to stakeholder groups, establishing and leading work groups and providing advice and coordination on an array of initiatives to further the strategic direction of the ministry and sector.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Strong facilitation and negotiation skills;
- Strategic and operational planning skills;
- Project management skills;
- Strong communication skills, both written and verbal; and
- Knowledge of government decision-making processes.
Typically, knowledge for this position would be obtained through a graduate degree in a social science, educational administration or a related discipline, or related experience. The ability to speak and write in the French language is an asset.
When the COVID-19 pandemic situation allows it, travel away from head office will occur approximately 25% of the time.
You will be:
- analytical and creative to analyze data, identify trends and propose strategies;
- professional, discreet and tactful to build strong stakeholder relationships; and
- independent and reliable to manage diverse tasks and projects.