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Government of Alberta Jobs – Employment Opportunities for Sr Market Analyst Careers in Calgary, AB

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta :– Hurrey ! great news for job seekers. Government of Alberta Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Government of Alberta Sr Market Analyst Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Sr Market Analyst Jobs in Alberta with relevant required experience can apply for Government of Alberta careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $ 73,168.00-95,913.00 Per Year.

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Government of Alberta

Name of the Vacant Position – Sr Market Analyst

Job LocationCalgary, Alberta

Salary – $ 73,168.00 – 95,913.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – Jobs In Canada

Job Description

Location: Calgary, AB

Company: Government of Alberta

Job Information

Job Title: Senior Market Analyst

Job Requisition ID: 14500

Ministry: Service Alberta

Location: Calgary

Full or Part-Time: Full Time

Hours of Work: 36.25 hours per week

Regular/Temporary: Regular

Scope: Open Competition

Classification: Subsidiary 02B 3625 Program Services 4

About Us

The Government of Alberta is committed to a diverse and inclusive public service that reflects the population we serve to best meet the needs of Albertans. Consider joining a team where diversity, inclusion and innovation are valued and supported. For more information on diversity and inclusion, please visit: https://www.alberta.ca/diversity-inclusion-policy.aspx

Every Service Albertan strives to enable the success of our Ministry partners and Albertans through providing exceptional client focused services that meet and exceed our clients’ expectations. We are looking for collaborative, agile, solutions focused individuals with strong communication skills and a strong service orientation. If that describes you, please read on!
To learn more about us, please visit: http://www.servicealberta.gov.ab.ca

Role

The Senior Market Analyst will support the preparation of the Utilities Consumer Advocate’s (UCA) evidence on regulatory policy matters; and supports UCA technical witnesses in regulatory proceedings before the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) and in other forums such as inquires initiated by the Department of Energy (DOE).The  Senior Market Analyst will represent the UCA on external stakeholder consultations related to complex regulatory policy matters, including DOE consultations on regulation reviews and distribution and transmission policy, AUC consultations on AUC rules and Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) consultations on  rules and other market matters. These activities often require working and coordinating with external consultants and external legal counsel and project coordination. The Senior Market Analyst will also collaborate with other consumer interveners on the development of regulatory policies that represent the interests of small consumers.

Responsibilities include:

  • Independently planning and undertaking complex economic, technical and policy research and analysis on a broad range of market policy issues related to rate regulation, facilities regulation and market regulation.
  • Prepare written submissions and filings in response to proposed market policy and regulatory changes or as part of regulatory proceedings.
  • Monitoring proceedings, decisions and rules for emerging consumer issues.
  • Representing the UCA on external stakeholder consultations related to complex regulatory policy matters, including:
    • DOE consultations on the regulatory framework, regulation reviews, market structure and transmission and distribution policy;
    • AUC consultations on AUC rules;
    • Market Surveillance Administrator (MSA) consultations on the wholesale, forward and retail markets;
    • AESO consultations on  rules, resource adequacy and other  matters; and
    • Regulated Rate Option and other consumer choice options.
  • Initiating and maintaining effective working relations and partnerships with various internal and external stakeholders to develop, design, advocate and implement strategies and provide advice and input into regulatory projects and initiatives.
  • May be required to supervise and lead analysts in undertaking research, analysis, and written submissions to effectively accomplish the UCA goals.

Qualifications

Degree in law, engineering, economics, finance, accounting, business, mathematics or equivalent with at least 4 years of related energy industry experience is required. See equivalencies below.

Knowledge and understanding of the legislation, regulations, programs, policies, practices and precedents governing utility operations in Alberta are required.

Proficient quantitative analysis and effective report writing and presentation skills are required.

Excellent conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills are required.

Ability to develop and maintain collaborative working relationships while balancing the needs and interests of these diverse groups are required.

Knowledge of wholesale, forward and retail markets; market structure and market analysis; and energy price setting plans are preferred.

Knowledge of cost of service regulation and performance based regulation are preferred.

Equivalency: A related two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution and six years related experience; or a related one-year certificate from a recognized post-secondary institution and seven years related experience.

APS Competencies

Competencies are behaviors that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process.

The link below will assist you with understanding competencies: https://www.alberta.ca/assets/documents/psc-alberta-public-service-competency-model.pdf

Creative Problem Solving: you will assess options and implications in new ways to achieve outcomes and solutions.

Agility: you will need to provide results in a complex, diverse and changing environment.

Drive for Results: you will work with your team to set goals and priorities and to deliver outcomes that are consistent with the direction of the department.

Develop Self and Others: you will drive by example a team culture that is focused on continuous learning and growth and encourage self-development through experience sharing.

Build Collaborative Environments: you will liaise between business units, client ministries and contracted services ensuring business goals and client requirements are fulfilled.

Develop Networks: you will seek out input from a wide range of internal and external stakeholders to solve complex problems and provide the best solutions.

Systems Thinking: you will consider the whole system when developing, evaluating and implementing process and technology change.

Salary:$ 2,803.40 – $3,674.86 bi-weekly ($73,168 – $95,913 / year)

Notes

This position is located at the Century Park Place Building in Calgary .

What we offer:

  • Working for the Alberta Public Service – https://www.alberta.ca/advantagesworking-for-alberta-public-service.aspx
  • Pension plan: Public Service Pension Plan (PSPP) – https://www.pspp.ca
  • Leadership and mentorship programs
  • Professional learning and development
  • Positive workplace culture and work-life balance

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Government of Alberta Jobs – Employment Opportunities for Paralegal Careers in Calgary, AB

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta :– Hurrey ! great news for job seekers. Government of Alberta Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Government of Alberta Paralegal Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Paralegal Jobs in Alberta with relevant required experience can apply for Government of Alberta careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $ 60,434 – $74,623 Per Year.

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Government of Alberta

Name of the Vacant Position – Paralegal

Job LocationCalgary, Alberta

Salary – $ 60,434 – $74,623 Per Year

Jobs Type – Jobs In Canada

Job Description

The Government of Alberta is committed to a diverse and inclusive public service that reflects the population we serve to best meet the needs of Albertans. Consider joining a team where diversity, inclusion and innovation are valued and supported. For more information on diversity and inclusion, please visit: https://www.alberta.ca/diversity-inclusion-policy.aspx

One of Alberta Justice’s core businesses is to provide Legal and Strategic services to government; this is accomplished through our Legal Services Division. Legal Services is proud to be a learning organization and offers employees opportunities to learn and grow in their careers

Role

Are you looking for a role where you can actively provide paralegal support using your advanced legal administration skills? Legal Services Division is seeking a motivated and highly organized paralegal to join their FASCL Calgary Office.

Within the FASCL Calgary team this paralegal position provides a broad range of support including:

Constitutional and Aboriginal Law duties will include but are not limited to:

  • Provide support to one senior lawyer.
  • Independently draft and file court documents (Affidavits, Orders, Bill of Costs, etc.) at all levels of court (Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench, Court of Appeal, Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canda).
  • Assist in drafting and formatting Briefs/Factums and have expertise in procedural requirements for documents being prepared and filed.
  • Manage and organize files and voluminous records in preparation for complex court proceedings.
  • Identify issues on assigned files and conduct research.
  • Create and contribute to legal databases and precedents.
  • Develop and update repository of experts.
  • Maintain records relating to retention of external counsel.
  • Coordinate with the Edmonton Constitutional and Aboriginal Law team to ensure processes are consistent between the Edmonton and Calgary Offices.
  • Collaborate with Court Centre staff in various locations across the Province.
  • Perform any other administrative duties assigned by supervisor, lawyer or Director.

FASCL Duties Will Include But Are Not Limited To

  • Provide support to two senior lawyers.
  • Manage and organize files and voluminous disclosure in preparation for court proceedings in all levels of court (Provincial Court, Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal).
  • Assist in drafting and filing court documents such as Trial Binders, Applications, Affidavits, Orders, Briefs, Factums and Books of Authorities.
  • Answer routine letters, arrange appointments, return phone calls, and manage lawyer’s correspondence.
  • Liase with a variety of stakeholders including clients, opposing counsel, self-represented litigants, witnesses, and the courts.
  • Perform any other administrative duties assigned by supervisor, lawyer or Director.

The successful candidate will be highly motivated and able to work independently and as well as part of a team. The ability to take on many tasks without instruction and self prioritize a high volume of workload is vital in this role. Strong written and technical/computer skills are required for drafting, editing and formatting.

To be successful in this position, outstanding attention to detail, a strong knowledge of legal processes, as well a firm foundation of legal assistant experience is required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) is required.

Extensive and thorough knowledge of Aboriginal Law and Family Law policies and procedures as well as knowledge of Civil Litigation would be an asset.

Qualifications

A Legal Assistant diploma supplemented with at least 3 years of related experience. Related experience or education may be considered as an equivalency on a one for one basis. Experience in Aboriginal Law will be considered an asset.

APS Competencies

Competencies are behaviours that are essential to reach our goals in serving Albertans. We encourage you to have an in depth understanding of the competencies that are required for this opportunity and to be prepared to demonstrate them during the recruitment process. The link below will assist you with understanding competencies: http://psc.alberta.ca/APSCompetencies

Creative Problem Solving: Ability to gather information from varied sources, analyze and interpret information to formulate reports and make decisions related to case planning.

Agility: Ability to prioritize competing workload pressures in an effective manner and contribute to the organizational goals.

Drive for Results: Sets and accomplishes goals and priorities in order to deliver outcomes consistent with departmental objectives and directives.

Building Collaborative Environment: Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with a variety of teams within the workplace, community and other Government ministries/agencies to meet client and ministry goals and objectives.

Developing Networks: Ability to interact positively, build relationships and work effectively with others.

Salary

$2,315.51- $2,859.14 Bi-weekly; $60,434 – $74,623 / Year

Notes

Hours of work are 36.25 per week.

Final candidates will be required to undergo a security screening.

What We Offer

  • Comprehensive benefits plan: https://www.alberta.ca/advantages-working-for-alberta-public-service.aspx
  • Pension plan: http://www.pspp.ca/
  • Leadership and mentorship programs
  • Professional learning and development
  • Positive workplace culture and work-life balance

How To Apply

Click on the “Apply Now” button.

Candidates are required to apply for a job online. Please visit https://www.alberta.ca/navigating-online-jobs-application.aspx to learn more about creating a candidate profile and other tips for the Government of Alberta’s online application system.

If you are not currently an employee with the Government of Alberta, the first step in applying for a job is creating your candidate profile within our online application system, click here to access the main log in page where you are able to ‘Create an account’, reset your password (‘Forgot your password’) or ‘Sign in’ should you already have an account.

Existing employees should access the Career tile in 1GX to submit their application in order to be recognized as an internal applicant.

Once you have created your candidate profile, visit the Alberta Public Service job site to apply for jobs at https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-public-service-jobs.aspx

Tips for applicants: https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-public-service-hiring-process.aspx

It is recommended that applicants who have obtained educational credentials from outside of Canada and have not had them previously assessed, obtain an evaluation of their credentials from the International Qualifications Assessment Service (IQAS) https://www.alberta.ca/iqas-overview.aspx . Applicants are encouraged to include the assessment certificate from IQAS or any other educational assessment service as part of their application.

Closing Statement

This competition may be used to fill future vacancies, across the Government of Alberta, at the same or lower classification level.

We thank all applicants for their interest. All applications will be reviewed to determine which candidates’ qualifications most closely match the advertised requirements. Only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.

If you require any further information on this job posting or a copy of the role profile, please contact Darlinda Rowbottom at [email protected]

If this competition is closed as per the closing date noted above, please continue to check http://www.jobs.alberta.ca for a listing of current career opportunities with the Government of Alberta.

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Government of Alberta Jobs – Employment Opportunities for Human Rights Officer Careers in Calgary, AB

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta :– Hurrey ! great news for job seekers. Government of Alberta Jobs site publish notice for various jobs vacancy in their offices. Currently Government of Alberta Human Rights Officer Jobs available now. Candidates who are looking for Human Rights Officer Jobs in Alberta with relevant required experience can apply for Government of Alberta careers Employment. Candidate will get after selection great Salary $ 81,692.00 Per Year.

Government of Alberta Jobs in Alberta Employment 

Name of the Recruitment Agencies/Department – Government of Alberta

Name of the Vacant Position – Human Rights Officer

Job LocationCalgary, Alberta

Salary – $ 81,692.00 Per Year

Jobs Type – Jobs In Canada

Job Description

The Commission has a two-fold mandate: to foster equality and to reduce discrimination. It fulfills this mandate through public education and community initiatives, through the resolution and settlement of complaints of discrimination, and through human rights tribunal and court hearings.

Role

Can you even imagine being in a job as important as advancing and protecting human rights for Albertans?  As a Human Rights Officer, part of your role will be to respond to confidential human rights and discrimination inquiries from the public, including members of groups protected by human rights legislation, employers, service providers, landlords, unions, and other potential respondents.  If your previous work experience has been in helping people find common ground, mediate issues, act as a conciliator, and educate the public on important social issues, you will feel at home with the Commission.  Using your exceptional communication skills, you will provide information on the Alberta Human Rights Act, including processes for making complaints, requirements for reasonable accommodation under the Act, and dispute resolution services.

You will also manage a caseload, where you will be responsible for interpreting and applying legislation and broadly outlined legal principles and policy (such as reasonable accommodation), assessing potential complaints, and providing investigation and/or conciliation services to resolve accepted complaints.  We know you are up for the task because you have exceptional analytical and fact-finding skills, excellent communication (verbal and written), strong interpersonal and relationship building skills, and the ability to lead systemic change processes.  Consider joining the team and making the impact that you have been looking for!

Qualifications

Related university degree (ex. Law, social sciences, social work) and a minimum of 4 years related experience.  The type of previous experience we are seeking is varied, such as experience with investigations, conciliations, mediations, legal work, social work or working in similar government program delivery services.  Experience interpreting legislation to unique situations is a must, and knowing how to organize/manage a diverse case load is an asset.  If you have previous work experience with the Alberta Human Rights Act and human rights principles, this would be an asset.

Equivalencies will be considered as follows:
Directly related education or experience considered on the basis of:  1 year of education for 1 year of experience; or 1 year of experience for 1 year of education.

The interview process will help assess your experience in a number of areas including:
•    Listening to clients and providing appropriate advice
•    Mediating and helping opposing parties achieve resolution
•    Collecting information that supports problem solving
•    An appreciation of reconciliation
•    Working with the public and explaining complex topics, like legislation

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