New job Systems Response Analyst in Saskatchewan
Systems Response Analyst
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $36.70 - $45.99 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Environment takes a team-based approach to protecting Saskatchewan’s environment for the wellbeing of the province, its people and its future. We use science-based solutions and environmental laws to help safeguard communities, and to protect our air, land, water and habitat. We are committed to high citizen and client satisfaction through workplace excellence, continuous improvement and innovation. Cumulative Impacts and Science Branch of the Ministry of Environment is seeking an innovative, motivated and experienced individual for the position of Systems Response Analyst.
Reporting to the Manager, Analysis, this position will provide leadership and expertise in analyzing local and regional change drivers under natural and anthropogenic pressures in areas including natural resource utilization, land-based production systems, and climate change.
Major responsibilities include:
- Analysis and system modelling, including lifecycle analysis, using and adapting existing methodologies and tools.
- Providing subject matter expertise on quantification methodologies, including appropriate metrics and variables, how they are obtained, how they are applied, and potential limitations to quantify and interpret change-response pathways.
- Contributing to the Branch’s technical analyses and providing interpretations of results related to land and resource management, climate change resilience, natural disturbance, social-ecological systems and cumulative effects.
- Creating compelling and accurate data visualizations (e.g. diagrams, graphs, charts, maps and animated simulations).
- Interpreting and communicating findings effectively, verbally and in writing, to a broad range of stakeholders.
Typically, the knowledge, skills and experience required to be successful in this position would have been obtained through:
- An undergraduate degree in science such as biology, engineering, environmental science, earth sciences, climate science or physics;
- A graduate education in a transdisciplinary field such as sustainability science or environmental studies; and
- Significant experience in applying scientific theories and principles, analyzing complex issues and timely delivery and communication of analyses and project results.
You will have the demonstrated ability to:
- Independently or within a team research and develop clear and systematic analysis options for specific issues and select, adapt, and apply appropriate analysis methods and tools.
- Compile, evaluate, interpret and synthesize relevant information to produce written and verbal materials, including non-technical reports and presentations for a variety of audiences.
- Independently organize, determine and adjust and prioritize duties to complete tasks and meet objectives in a continuously-changing environment.
You will be:
- a reliable, well-organized person who can work both independently and in a team environment;
- able to anticipate issues, innovate and independently develop responses and recommendations; and
- self-motivated, flexible and willing to take on opportunities provided by change.
Your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the above knowledge, skills, and experience.
This position is located in Regina. This position may require travel including staying overnight in locations away from home. The successful candidate must be willing and able to travel, at times to remote locations, and be in possession of a valid Class 5 driver’s licence.
What we offer:
- Dynamic, challenging work for talented individuals;
- A competitive salary;
- Comprehensive benefits package including pension;
- Vacation, earned days off (EDO) and other types of leave;
- Inclusive work environments;
- Advancement opportunities; and
- Flexible work arrangements.