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! We are looking for a detailed oriented and analytical Policy Development Lead to join our team. You will thrive in an environment that allows you to make a high impact towards the health and wellness of BC First Nations.
In this role, you will provide a strategic approach to policy development that demonstrates understanding of the broader FNHA context and an ability to identify linkages and priorities based on organizational developments. The position is responsible for evaluating and developing policy documents that align with organizational needs, priorities, and the FNHA Policy Framework. This position also helps to establish and document clear and effective processes that support the development of quality policy products.
* Support understanding, implementation and alignment of the FNHA Policy Framework through engagement with departments and development of appropriate policy documents
* Conduct analysis and evaluation of policy documents, including any required research or consultation, to proactively identify and define gaps, issues, or other opportunities for improvement
* Lead or facilitate collaboration across business units to identify and resolve issues by coordinating meetings, working groups or committees and providing supporting materials
* Identify policy recommendations appropriate to FNHA and provide information and documentation to facilitate decision-making
* Lead or support drafting of policy documents, ensuring that policy intentions are clearly articulated and that technical standards and conventions are met
* Document policy evaluations, deliberations, and decisions and provide an accurate and comprehensive record of policy developments
* Lead or support the development of reports for FNHA Senior Executives or Board of Directors related to the FNHA’s policy development
* Identify opportunities for improvement in policy development processes, provide recommendations, and work to establish, document and implement improvements
* University degree in Political Science, Public, Health or Business Administration or Social Sciences or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience
* 5 to 7 years of relevant experience
* Demonstrated experience working with First Nations leadership and communities
* Experience as a business analyst with enterprise level business policy or process analysis and documentation
* Experience with enterprise transformation initiatives
* Strong engagement and communication skills.
Employee Class: Permanent
Application Deadline: Open till Filled