Showcase your excellent research and policy analysis skills at the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional services where you will work as part of a dynamic team to provide research and policy development services to the Aboriginal Policy and Coordination Unit.What can I expect to do in this role?In this role you will:• Provide research and policy development services by assessing, evaluating, and disseminating information through reports and presentations• Conduct on-going environmental scanning to ensure that emerging issues and trends are identified, researched and analyzed, in a timely and efficient manner• Participate as a team member in policy projects, and in special projects, by developing project plans from a brief outline or concept, preparing recommendations, and reports• Prepare a range of written communications, including decision documents, complex, non-routine correspondence, presentation materials, and memorandaHow do I qualify?Analytical and Problem-Solving skills• You can initiate, plan and conduct complex research and evaluate information gathered • You have conceptual skills to identify and develop recommendations/policy optionsTechnical KnowledgeYou have: • Demonstrated knowledge of Aboriginal justice issues and the unique status of First Nations and other Aboriginal peoples • Knowledge of government decision-making processResearch and Report Writing skills• You have ability to provide research and policy development services • You can conduct on-going environmental scan to identify emerging issues and trendsWritten Communication skills• You can prepare complex, non-routine correspondence, presentation materials, memorandum and other written communicationsOral Communication and Presentation skills• You can deliver presentations, and present research findings and policy optionsOrganization and Time Management skills• You can deal with a variety of priorities and ensure completion of projects within appropriate timelines
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