Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $30.93 - $38.76 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety takes a team-based approached and is working to ensure Saskatchewan remains a safe, secure, and healthy place to live, work, and raise a family. We build strong and healthy relationships with others to support good governance and to foster safe communities. The Ministry provides supportive and dynamic work environments comprised of teams of professionals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of our citizens.
Reporting to the Senior Research Officer, the incumbent will perform functions to support collecting, collating, analyzing, and disseminating data, information, and intelligence relevant to actual and anticipated drug-impaired driving activity and other relevant analysis as determined. The Analyst will contribute to the development of an evaluation framework for drug-impaired driving, as well as other identified Ministry and provincial initiatives. This is a four-year initiative and therefore is being staffed as an 18-month term with a possibility of extension.
As a member of the team, you will:
prepare a variety written materials including information, reports, and correspondence to meet the federal reporting requirements and any other requests that come to the Ministry from both internal and external agencies;
determine appropriate sources of information, analyze data, and identify emerging trends for data collection, as well as identifying data gaps for various initiative partners; and
support the development of ongoing provincial evaluations.
The successful candidate will be able to analyze trends and issues, develop options and solutions, and make policy recommendations in order to meet Ministry goals and client needs. You will also be able to create and generate queries, reports, and documents using word processing databases, spreadsheets, and other software packages, and communicate complex ideas clearly and credibly with widely varied audiences using two-way communication to gain others’ input and understanding. The ability to work independently or collaborate as a team member with both internal and external clients is essential to this position.
The successful candidate will have knowledge of program/policy evaluation techniques. Experience working with the R.C.M.P. and other police agencies in data collection and research, including the use of policing software, would be considered an asset.