ANALYST, ECONOMICS AND PROGRAMS
Public and Government Affairs
DeadlineMarch 11, 2022
ANNUAL STARTING SALARY : $66,585 to $83,453
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Reporting to the director of public and government affairs, while maintaining a functional reporting relationship with the economic analysis and program performance specialist, you will participate in forward-looking analytical work in support of the organization’s various lines of business. You will work in close collaboration with colleagues in all sectors and with other players in government or the audiovisual industry in Canada and abroad. More specifically, you will:
- Contribute to high-quality research and analysis to integrate information and data from different sources on industry, market, and policy developments in Canada and around the world on an ongoing basis;
- Contribute to the creation of content for internal and external audiences in support of the public and government affairs mandate (including writing briefs, memos, market and policy analyses, and corporate presentations);
- Fulfill a monitoring role in terms of data analysis and research;
- Partner with various teams in providing performance metrics, participate in the calculations required for the administration of certain programs, and collaborate in the preparation of the organization’s annual report;
- Act as a resource person in providing data and statistics to audiovisual industry stakeholders (including access to information requests, associations and groups, and media).
COMPETENCIES AND REQUIREMENTS
- Have an undergraduate degree in economics or a related discipline;
- Minimum of three (3) years of relevant experience in a similar position;
- Familiarity with the social and political environment of a government organization or knowledge of the audiovisual industry (feature films, television and new media) an asset;
- Analytical and technical skills: Good command of Excel required; knowledge of Power BI definitely an asset;
- Excellent writing and communication skills in both official languages at the CBC level.