Advocacy and Government Relations Advisor

 Are you passionate about parliament and the power of grassroots advocacy?  Do you want to work with people who are improving Canadians’ financial well-being while contributing over $6 billion to the economy?  Do you thrive in small teams driven by big results, not big egos? If so the Canadian Credit Union Association wants to talk with you about joining our team as Advocacy and Government Relations Advisor. In this role you will offer advice and know-how to develop and advance the CCUA’s government relations objectives. You’ll stay on top of legislative, regulatory and political activity, provide hands-on support to grow credit unions’ grassroots advocacy, and build mutually beneficial relationships with legislators and officials at the federal level. You bring to this role relevant communications, issues management or stakeholder relations experience in the office of an MP or Minister, or in a government relations role with an association, non -profit, or firm. You have exceptional attention to detail, strong organizational skills and the ability to manage simultaneous priorities. You also bring an excellent understanding of federal legislative processes and a knack for pulling what matters out of government documents, legislation, and proceedings. As the successful candidate, you possess a degree in political science, public policy, law or other social science discipline. Bilingualism is considered an asset. The Advocacy and Government Relations Advisor is based out of CCUA’s government relations office one block from the Hill. CCUA offers competitive compensation, benefits and an annual incentive plan. Read your new job description at ccua.com/careers Please forward your resume by December 16 to: mycareer@ccua.com

DIRECTEUR OU DIRECTRICE DE PROJETS, ASSOCIÉ OU ASSOCIÉE DE RECHERCH, COORDONNATEUR OU COORDONNATRICE DE PROJETS

Le Conseil des académies canadiennes (CAC) réalise des évaluations des données probantes à l’aide d’experts indépendants dans le but d’éclairer les politiques publiques canadiennes. Le CAC est à la recherche de personnes compétentes pour pourvoir immédiatement ou dans le futur les postes suivants :


DIRECTEUR OU DIRECTRICE DE PROJETS
Pour diriger la réalisation des évaluations et d’autres projets de recherche, sous l’autorité du directeur des évaluations.
Responsabilités
Diriger la réalisation des projets et la préparation des rapport
Mettre sur pied et encadrer les comités d’experts
Diriger et encadrer les équipes de recherche
Exigences : diplôme d’études supérieures et 10 à 15 ans d’expérience pertinente (y compris en direction de projets de recherche).


ASSOCIÉ OU ASSOCIÉE DE RECHERCHE
Pour mener des recherches et des analyses, rédiger et gérer des projets en appui aux évaluations, sous l’autorité des directeurs ou directrices de projets.
Responsabilités
Mener des recherches et des analyses sur divers sujets
Diriger la préparation de contenus et la rédaction de rapports
Fournir un soutien à la gestion des projets
Exigences : diplôme d’études supérieures, 3 ans d’expérience pertinente (y compris en réalisation et en synthèse de recherches) et de solides compétences en rédaction.


COORDONNATEUR OU COORDONNATRICE DE PROJETS
Pour appuyer les directeurs ou directrices de projets dans la planification et la budgétisation des projets et dans la mise sur pied des comités d’experts.
Responsabilités
Fournir un soutien logistique / administratif
Coordonner toutes les réunions des comités d’experts
Soutenir la publication et la diffusion des rapports
Exigences : diplôme de premier cycle, expérience en coordination de projets de recherche et en organisation d’événements et aptitude à travailler en équipe.
Pour en savoir plus ou pour poser votre candidature, veuillez visiter le site www.sciencepourlepublic.ca/fr/about/careers.aspx

PROJECT DIRECTOR, RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, PROJECT COORDINATOR

The Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) undertakes independent expert assessments of evidence for the purpose of informing public policy in Canada. The CCA is seeking the following professionals for immediate and future employment:


PROJECT DIRECTOR
To provide leadership in the conduct of assessments and other research-based projects, reporting to the Director of Assessments.
Responsibilities
Direct conduct of projects and development of reports
Establish and manage expert panels
Lead and mentor research teams
Required: Graduate degree and 10–15 years relevant experience (including leading research projects).


RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
To carry out research, analysis, writing, and project management in support of assessments, reporting to Project Directors.
Responsibilities
Conduct research and analysis on various topics
Lead content development and writing of reports
Provide project management support
Required: Graduate degree, 3 years relevant experience (including conducting and synthesizing research), and strong writing skills.


PROJECT COORDINATOR
To support Project Directors in developing project plans and budgets, and establishing expert panels.
Responsibilities
Provide logistical/administrative support
Coordinate all expert panel meetings
Support publication and distribution of reports
Required: Undergraduate degree, experience in coordination of research projects and event organization, and ability to work on a team.
For more information, and to apply, please visit www.scienceadvice.ca/en/about/careers.aspx

Find the perfect fit for your organization in our readership community.

The Hill Times, both the Monday and Wednesday Editions, is an insider's most eagerly-awaited independent newsweeklies. We are the voice of Canadian politics.

The Hill Times has a unique and distinct readership: federal legislators who shape national policy and annual federal spending.

The core readers of The Hill Times are federal and provincial politicians, bureaucrats, media, opinion leaders and official Ottawa as well as, boards, agencies, associations, lawyers, lobbyists, corporate decision-makers, and educators.

The Hill Times increasingly has more and more readers across the country who influence and shape public opinion.

In addition, The Hill Times targets a further readership group including the foreign diplomatic, trade, and consular communities across Canada and around the world and is increasingly being read by selected corporate officers, a variety of NGOs, and officials at the European Union.

Our influential readers determine Canada's employment and environmental standards. They research, advise, pass, and enforce federal regulations and bills and by doing so profoundly affect all Canadians.

As an advertiser, The Hill Times allows you a proven and effective vehicle to reach into the most powerful readership in Canada.