Develop and apply your skills in business analysis
Develop and apply your skills in business analysis
Join our dynamic and creative team to support climate action through effective stakeholder engagement, communications, and education and awareness initiatives.
Develop and apply your skills in technical support in this dynamic and rewarding role!
Intermediate Information Analyst
Job Type: Temporary, full time
Location: Victoria, BC Canada
Criminal Record Check: Required
Salary Range: $73,751.58 to $84,016.16 per annum (salary includes a 6.6% temporary market adjustment)
Classification: Information Systems R24
Closing Date: January 30, 2023
There are two (2) vacancies available: one (1) in Chilliwack and one (1) in Powell River.
An eligibility list may be established for similar vacancies within the BC Timber Sales Chinook Business Area, Chilliwack, Powell River, Daajing Giids, Squamish
The work of the System Liaison and Supports Division reflects the diversity of BC students. The Division provides leadership and support to school districts and independent schools in the areas of Indigenous Education, Early Learning, Student Wellness and Safety, Partner Relations, Strategic Priorities and Mental Health and Substance Use. The System Liaison and Supports Division focuses on equity to ensure all students experience consistency in outcomes and experience.
The Senior Policy Analyst, Mental Health and Substance Use reports to the Director, Mental Health and Substance Use. Under the Mental Health in School Strategy, the position leads and coordinates the research, analysis, development and implementation of strategic policies and legislation, and data evaluation related to student and adult mental health and substance use.
The Pharmaceutical, Laboratory & Blood Services Division, Clinical Services and Evaluation branch provides strategic clinical pharmacy leadership over a variety of initiatives and programs that support the Pharmaceutical Care Management Strategy. The branch is responsible for: 1) leading the Special Authority program; 2) leading and supporting various optimal use programs; 3) monitoring and evaluating Divisional programs and drug listing decisions; 4) advising on and supporting Ministry research; and 5) developing new programs and services to promote the provision of pharmaceutical care.
Security: Eligible for Enhanced Reliability Clearance (5 years residing in Canada – this is a must)
Are you #CGIready? This is a great opportunity to work under the mentorship of our leadership team, and experienced professionals to assist and support them, while developing your skills.
At CGI, our strength is built on our ability to work together. Our diverse set of backgrounds offer different perspectives and new ways of thinking. It encourages lively discussions, inspires thought leadership, and helps us build better solutions for our people and clients. We are seeking someone who thrives in this setting and is inspired to craft meaningful solutions through true collaboration.
A critical role in support of the health and protection of quality meat products in BC
The Ministry of Agriculture works to promote an innovative, adaptive and globally competitive agri-foods sector for the benefit of all British Columbians. The agri-foods sector (agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and processing) is an important and successful contributor to the B.C. economy, and has responded vigorously to challenges and opportunities. The Ministry’s support of healthy and safe agri-food and seafood production and post-production processing provides new and value-added products for domestic and international markets, contributing to B.C. jobs and the economy as well as to diversified rural communities.
As a Meat Hygiene & Agri-food Inspector, you provide inspection services according to provincial policies and procedures to licensed abattoirs and perform ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection of animals, recording observations and ensuring meat handling procedures are observed. You are an effective communicator, able to educate facility operators and staff regarding applicable policies and deal with potential situations of conflict. You will share expertise with new/apprenticing meat inspectors; evaluate livestock management and adherence to best practices for animal welfare; and conduct preliminary food safety inspection of meat processing activities.
You will work on a professional team committed to maintaining and establishing the standard required to keep B.C.’s meat production industry safe. If you are seeking a professional career in a role that makes a difference in the lives of British Columbians, we look forward to your application.
The BC Public Service is committed to creating a diverse workplace to represent the population we serve and to better meet the needs of our citizens. Consider joining our team and being part of an innovative, inclusive and rewarding workplace.
The Indigenous Applicant Advisory Service is available to applicants that self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, status or non-status, Métis, or Inuit) seeking work or already employed in the BC Public Service. For guidance on applying and interviewing, please contact IndigenousApplicants@gov.bc.ca or 778-405-3452.
*Recent, related experience must include all of the following: