If you are passionate about using health planning 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, The Senior Planning Analyst undertakes planning, analysis, reporting and synthesis of information in areas aligned with FNHA’s planning agenda including development of reports, briefings, presentations, plans, and other presentations and publications. You will provide direct support to management and may be asked to undertake the oversight of project teams and budgets as appropriate.
1. Provides leadership and actively participates in the development of strategic and operational plans for FNHA, FNHC, FNHDA, and regions.
2. Provides strategic, expert advice related to the organization’s plans, priorities, and practices.
3. Develops, reviews, oversees, and implements effective planning tools, templates, and guides.
4. Undertakes research, analysis, and development in areas associated with the FNHA’s mandate and planning agenda.
5. Develops FNHA planning related framework, agendas, procedures, and processes.
6. Provides planning and strategic expert planning and analysis advice to executives, senior management, and others.
7. Identifies and monitors issues, analyzes developments and researches international, federal, provincial, and First Nations policies and processes as relevant to FNHA’s mandate and planning agenda.
8. Undertakes and research and preparation of briefings, briefing notes, reports, publications, and environmental scans.
9. Prepares and presents briefings and reports.
10. Supports the implementation of quality standards and appropriate processes in the work of the team
11. Leads or actively contributes to an analysis communities of practice within the organization
12. Develops and oversees work plans, project plans, and budgets as required Other
13. Performs other related duties as assigned
* Bachelor’s degree in relevant area, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
* Significant, recent, relevant, and progressive experience in analysis and/or planning, or public administration (usually acquired over 5 to 7 years)
* Experience in working with First Nations
* Significant planning or analysis experience would be an asset
Employee Class: Temporary
Application Deadline: Open until Filled