|IMT Policy, Regulatory Analyst|
IMT Policy, Regulatory Analyst
Company : Government of the Northwest Territories
Salary : $109,000–$131,000 a year
Location : Northwest Territories
This Job Opening is limited to employees with the GNWT/WSCC in indeterminate and term positions.
Employees must apply through HRIS / Employee Self-Service. For instructions please see:
The Department of Finance has the mandate to provide leadership and direction to the public service in all areas of finance and human resource management. This mandate includes negotiating major financial arrangements with the federal government, providing analysis and advice to the Financial Management Board, and ensuring that financial and information resources are managed effectively, efficiently and economically. This mandate also includes the recruitment and retention of a competent public service that is representative of the people it serves and the development of programs and services that effectively serve the human resource needs of the public service.
The Information Management and Technology (IMT) Policy and Regulatory Analyst (Analyst) is located in Yellowknife and reports to the Manager, Strategy, Planning and Architecture in the Governance, Planning and Security division of the Information Systems Shared Services activity in the Department of Finance.
The Analyst proactively consults with departments, boards and agencies on the development of new or changes to IMT policy activities to ensure consistency/congruence between department priorities and the overall direction for IMT policy across the GNWT.
The Analyst’s work is often issue or project-oriented, requiring research and coordination across departments and jurisdictions. The Analyst often makes strategic policy and regulatory recommendations to management, researching issues, providing analysis of implications and implementation issues, and writing briefing documents, information items, FMB submissions and papers for decision makers.
- Knowledge of Broadband environment in the North including links to economic development, issues and actives and the ability to analyze their impact on the North in the context of the evolving and converging telecommunications/broadband industry.
- Knowledge of evaluation frameworks and approaches and ability to conduct evaluation and assessment activities, typically for performance measurement.
- Awareness of long, medium and short-term strategic implications. Able to identify and make recommendations on issues that do not have clear precedent within the NWT.
- Ability to gather, assess, package and communicate information for various audiences.
- Able to obtain concurrence from varied groups with conflicting priorities and viewpoints.
- Completion of an undergraduate degree in public administration, computer science, management information systems or business administration with at least 5 years of progressive experience in a policy role.
Note: If you do not receive electronic notification confirming receipt of your application, please follow up via telephone.