Do you want to advance your career and make a difference in the lives of Ontarians? If yes, then here is an opportunity to contribute as a specialist in carrying out Occupational Health & Safety legislative and regulatory obligations for the newly formed Prevention Office of the Ministry of Labour.What can I expect to do in this role?You will: • provide independent analysis, interpretation, and advice of health and safety prevention program and policy related issues• conduct analysis and develop program related policies• participate in corporate projects by developing project plans, scheduling, setting priorities, deliverables, accountability and milestones • perform research and technical examination to evaluate and assess the quality of program delivery• promote and maintain effective relationships with stakeholders through consultation and consensus building• draft policies and procedures for program development, revision, implementation and deliveryHow do I qualify?Policy and Program Development:• you have experience with policy and program development • you are familiar with health and safety prevention issues, programs and legislation (e.g. Occupational Health and Safety Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act)Communication and Relationship Management Skills:• you have strong communication skills to develop reports, briefing notes, discussion papers and recommendations • you have prepared and presented seminars or training presentations• you have promoted, managed and maintained effective relationships and partnershipsResearch and Analytical Skills:• you have analytical and strategic thinking skills to recommend the implementation of new systems, procedures and changes to programs and policies• you have knowledge of research techniques and methodology to conduct research and technical examination for the evaluation and assessment of the quality of program deliveryProject Management:• you have project management skills to plan, prioritize, schedule, and co-ordinate projects
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