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BAND 2 - Senior Policy & Legislation Analyst
|Department:||Tech, Innov & Citizens' Serv|
|Ministry Branch / Division:||Deputy Ministers Office|
|Posting Close Date:||2017-05-04|
|Job Type:||Regular Full Time|
|Category:||Policy, Research and Economics|
|Senior Policy & Legislation Analyst
Management - Band 2
$62,000.18 - $86,000.25 annually
This position is currently under review for exclusion and under classification review.
An eligibility list may be established to fill permanent and/or temporary vacancies.
Corporate Policy and Legislation (CPAL), within the Deputy Minister’s Office, provides policy and legislation services to the Ministry and Minister’s Office. CPAL takes a leadership role on cross-division or inter-ministry initiatives, and on providing the initial response to major issues or reports. CPAL manages major policy and legislation projects relative to statutes that form part of the Minister’s accountabilities. CPAL provides advisory services, as well as training and mentorship support to divisions as needed. CPAL manages the Ministry’s Cabinet submissions, RFLs and OICs.
The Policy and Legislation Analyst plays a leadership role in developing an effective policy and legislative response to Ministry and government priorities, which can involve complex confidential policy, planning, legislative, economic and social issues with a significant impact or political sensitivity, and which must be addressed in short time frames.
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