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Organization:    Ministry of Energy
Division:    Energy Supply Nuclear Branch
City:    Toronto
Job Term:    1 Permanent
Job Code:    20PEC - Ecomcs & Stat (Ama Unit) PEC20
Salary:    $76,666.00 - $99,591.00 Per Year
Posting Status:    Open
Job ID:    48723
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Join the Ministry of Energy in the Energy Supply Nuclear Branch to provide planning analyses and expert advice in the development of public policies and strategies related to nuclear energy.

What can I expect to do in this role?

• provide expert advice and guidance related to economic, environmental and social considerations of nuclear planning issues
• assess the impact of initiatives, analyses and the development of public policy options and strategies with respect to nuclear energy in Ontario, taking into consideration environmental impacts
• present recommendations to senior management and suggest strategies with policy or regulatory alternatives
• provide policy recommendations based on research and analyses of complex technical, licensing and economic aspects of nuclear energy
• consult with critical stakeholders and partners to support nuclear energy programs
• lead research and studies related to nuclear energy and manage research contracts

How do I qualify?

Technical Knowledge and Experience:
• you have knowledge of or experience working with theories, principles and techniques of public policy, economics, finance, energy-related regulatory principles in order to lead studies, research, analyses and development of policy options and strategies related to nuclear energy
• you have knowledge of or experience with environmental issues, regulatory issues, nuclear energy, and the energy industry in order to coordinate the Ministry's participation in and monitoring of federal approval processes and advise on provincial processes

Planning, Strategic Thinking and Problem-Solving Skills:
• you can identify and address contentious issues and questions requiring pre-emptive action
• you can suggest strategies for policy or regulatory alternatives

Communication, Interpersonal and Negotiation Skills:
• you can consult with internal and external stakeholders
• you can serve as technical advisor to project teams and participate on committees, task forces and discussion groups
• you can prepare and present briefings and policy implications of recommendations to senior executives

Analytical, Evaluative and Research Skills:
• you can assess the impact of initiatives and analyze and develop policy options related to nuclear energy, taking into consideration environmental impacts
• you can research and interpret a variety of legislation and regulations related to the energy sector to formulate advice
• you can provide policy recommendations based on research and analyses of complex technical, licensing and economic aspects of nuclear energy

Project Management and Leadership Skills:
• you can lead the development of new policies and strategies
• you can lead research and studies related to nuclear energy and define terms of reference for experts' studies
• you can assist with developing project objectives, goals, human resources and financial requirements for projects

Computer Skills:
• you are proficient in software applications such as Word, Excel, and the Internet and Intranet to prepare reports, briefing notes, presentations, correspondence and spreadsheets and to access information and conduct searches on the Internet and Intranet

Additional information:

  • 1 Permanent, 880 Bay Street, 3rd Floor, Toronto, Toronto Region
Compensation Group:   Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario
Schedule:   6
Category:   Policy and Analysis
Posted on:   Wednesday, January 2, 2013
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