Collective Bargaining Research and Policy Analyst

Collective Bargaining Research and Policy Analyst

P8 Professional Officer 8

Term/full-time

Approximately one year term to November 2023 with possibility of extension
 

Manitoba Public Service Commission

Workforce Relations

Winnipeg MB

Advertisement Number: 40134

Salary(s):   P8 $78,224.00 – $95,700.00 per year

Closing Date:   November 18, 2022

The Manitoba government recognizes the importance of building an exemplary public service reflective of the citizens it serves, where diverse abilities, backgrounds, cultures, identities, languages and perspectives drives a high standard of service and innovation. The Manitoba government supports equitable employment practices and promotes representation of designated groups (women, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, visible minorities).

Employment Equity is a factor in selection for this competition. Consideration will be given to Indigenous people and persons with disabilities.

The Workforce Relations Division is responsible to provide a comprehensive range of expert employee and labour relations services to government including the administration of classification and compensation programs, collective bargaining and the provision of strategic advice and recommendations in support of a public service that embraces challenges and places innovation at the centre of its work. 

Conditions of Employment:

  • Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Must provide and maintain a satisfactory Criminal Record Check

Qualifications:
Essential:

  • Post-secondary education in the areas of business, human resources, law or public administration or an equivalent combination of education and work experience
  • Experience with research and analysis of complex policy or legal issues, including data collection and management
  • Demonstrated quantitative and qualitative analytical skills with proficiency in data management software
  • Experience as a credible, trusted advisor to senior leadership by leveraging experience, expertise, organizational awareness, political acumen, a pragmatic mindset, and the ability to effective partner, collaborate and influence others
  • Strong organizational skills with experience managing large and multiple projects simultaneously
  • Excellent written communication skills with the ability to prepare original finished materials for use of senior officials
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the proven ability to work as part of a team, and the ability to build and maintain collaborative and trusting working relationships with internal and external partners and stakeholders
  • Excellent verbal communication skills with the ability to present complex information to a variety of audiences
  • Ability to work independently, show initiative and exercise excellent judgement in decision-making
  • Demonstrated political acumen experience with providing advice to senior officials on a variety of complex topics and sensitive issues
  • Ability to synthesize and filter a large amount of information in a succinct manner and write accessible quantitative and qualitative reports
  • Knowledge of labour relations, collective bargaining and compensation-related issues

Desired:

  • Experience interpreting financial and economic reports and data is desired

Duties:
Reporting to the Assistant Deputy Minister, the Collective Bargaining Research and Policy Analyst will be responsible for supporting government on policy and program mandate matters by providing qualitative and quantitative research, analysis, analytics, strategies and recommendations in support of government’s collective bargaining, labour relations and total compensation related priorities.  This includes preparing position papers, submissions, reports and other written materials for consideration by senior government officials for decision-making purposes.  This position will review, monitor, and report on settlement patterns; build and maintain a database with key terms and conditions contained within various collective agreements; undertake research of complex issues to identify trends; build and maintain a network of contacts in the public sector in Manitoba and across Canada.

Apply to:

Advertisement # 40134

PSC-HRO

Human Resource Services

935-155 Carlton Street

Winnipeg MB , R3C 3H8

Phone:  204-945-2332

Fax: 204-945-1486

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We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

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