Job Details

    Job Title : Senior Analyst, Intergovernmental
    Company Name : First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)
    Job Type : Full Time
    Job Location : Vancouver, BC, CA
    Post Date : 2019-03-15
    Close Date : 2019-03-27
    How To Apply:

    Description :

    If you are passionate about using health policy to improve health outcomes of First Nations people across the province, this may be the opportunity for you! You enjoy working as part of a team and are able to deliver individual results. You thrive in an environment which allows you to make a high impact towards the health and wellness of BC First Nations. In this role, you will initiate policy and process development, analysis, planning, and research in areas aligned with the FNHA’s intergovernmental partnerships. You are a vital proponent to FNHA’s commitments to its intergovernmental partners, including legal and executive agreements, established processes and protocols, and meeting minutes and action items

    Intergovernmental Analysis
    * Develops and monitors implementation of intergovernmental and governance-related policy and processes consistent with FNHA and First Nations interests, approaches, and philosophies
    * Participates in processes of policy and strategy development within the Policy, Planning & Quality Department to ensure strategic connection to intergovernmental relations
    * Prepares case studies, work plans, reports, briefings, presentations, and process documents related to the FNHAs governance and intergovernmental partnerships
    * Undertakes review and analysis, and prepares materials relevant to support the FNHAs participation in intergovernmental partnerships, committees, and meetings
    * Develops intergovernmental processes, plans, projects and initiatives locally, regionally, and provincially, including drafting annual executive agendas for the FNHA’s bilateral partnerships with federal and provincial governments and work plans for tripartite partnership processes
    * Reviews various political, legal, and financial agreements

    Intergovernmental Secretariat Services
    * Supports the development of, and maintains, intergovernmental partnership-related business processes to support the FNHAs obligations and fulfillment of legal requirements within its various partnerships
    * Maintains high quality, accuracy, and comprehensive record-keeping, document accessibility, and document control for the FNHA’s intergovernmental records
    * Provides support and coordination for the FNHAs participation in a number of tripartite, bilateral, and First Nations committees, processes, and governance partnerships
    * Strategically and critically reviews the network of intergovernmental partnerships to identify possible connections, linkages, and points of leverage
    * Undertake the review and ongoing monitoring and oversight of various political, legal, and financial agreements
    * Attends various meetings related to the FNHAs intergovernmental partnerships and undertakes minute-taking and tracking of discussion and action items
    * Completes various quarterly and annual reports associated with the FNHA’s intergovernmental partnerships
    * Develops strong credibility and working relationships with internal and external partners at various levels
    * Participates and leads committees and working groups on behalf of the FNHA

    Management Support
    * Support the implementation of quality standards and appropriate processes in the work of the team
    * Develop and oversee workplans, project plans, and budgets as required
    * Provide supervision as appropriate for assigned projects, contracts, and/or students

    * University Degree in a related field such as health policy, public policy, health systems management, political or social science or an acceptable combination of education and experience

    * Recent, relevant, and progressive experience in policy development and analysis (usually acquired over a period of 5-7 years)
    * Experience in working with First Nations and First Nations health programs and service

    Employee Class: Permanent
    Application Deadline:March 27, 2019at 4:00 pm

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