Policy Analyst Job in Kamloops for BCLC | Jobs.ca

Policy Analyst

April 18 2024
Industries Arts, Entertaiment, Culture and Leisure
Categories Govt., NPO, Social & Community Work
Kamloops, BC • Full time

BCLC exists to generate win-wins for the greater good.

For our people, our players, our communities, our industry, and our planet.

Lottery | Casino | Sports

Being a social purpose company, we are not only able to better align our business decisions with our purpose, but more importantly, we are committing to doing our part in creating a better world.

We bring our purpose to life by ensuring all our actions, behaviours and decisions create benefits for communities and the planet.

Motivated and guided by our social purpose, everything we do must benefit the greater good. And we encourage our employees, partners, players, industry and communities to engage with us on this ambition.

house We want you to be where you feel you can do your best work. Most of our jobs can be done remotely providing you reside in BC.

Office For those who prefer working in a community with others, we have two beautiful offices in convenient locations:

2940 Virtual Way, Vancouver | 74 Seymour Street W, Kamloops

hourglass This is a Permanent, Full Time opportunity

envelop Expected Salar
y Range: $70,177.00 - $87,722.00 - $109,652.00

Our typical hiring range will be +/- 5% of the midpoint shown above

Factors influencing this decision include qualifications and market conditions for the role

The Company

For over three decades, BCLC has delivered exceptional gambling entertainment for British Columbians. To fulfill our social purpose we have a vision to revolutionize gambling entertainment through engaging experiences that build and benefit communities. We operate national and provincial lotteries in partnership with 3500 retail partners, provide the games, technology & oversight to 37 brick & mortar casinos, and operate a safe secure and 100% legal online gambling presence PlayNow.com. In our recently completed fiscal year, BCLC generated a record $1.6 billion in net income to the Province of B.C. to support First Nations, local host governments, health care, education and community programs across the province.

Job Summary:

The Policy Analyst role ensures that corporate policies and related documents are developed in alignment with BCLC's governance model and in compliance with governing legislation, regulations and directives. This role conducts research, develops policy and related documents, and provides guidance, analysis and advice to business units. The Policy Analyst plays a key role in maintaining processes and documentation and supporting the implementation and communication of policy.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Conducts diverse, complex and specialized research and analysis.
  • Provides advice and recommendations to develop policy that supports BCLC goals, objectives, strategic initiatives and operations.
  • Participates in operational meetings and provides input into operational plans to identify policy needs and implications.
  • Proactively drives new requirements to completion to ensure policy alignment to current business needs.
  • Develops policy to support the gaming business and operations of the organization and may liaise with external stakeholders.
  • Supports departmental projects and initiatives as required.

Minimum Required Qualifications:
Education and Experience

  • University degree in a relevant discipline or a two-year college diploma supplemented by industry-recognized professional courses and/or certifications;
  • 3-5 years relevant research and business writing experience with a minimum of three years in policy development and analysis;
  • Experience developing policy at corporate and operational levels in a multi-faceted organization;
  • Experience in planning and managing the change and communication necessary to successfully implement policy;
  • Experience working in an industry with a complex regulatory structure is an asset;
  • An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may be considered.

Technical Requirements

  • Sound knowledge of principles, concepts, practices, techniques and tools in the areas of policy writing, research, analysis, and data mining;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, including a team-oriented collaborative approach to problem solving;
  • Highly developed oral and written communication skills with the ability to contribute policy, reporting and recommendations at various levels, including to an Executive or Board-level audience;
  • Excellent problem solving, analytical thinking and ability to make sound judgments and recommendations;
  • Strong computer skills - MS office suite;
  • Possesses a good overall understanding of risk controls and compliance, as well as legislation, regulation and directives;
  • Demonstrated skills to co-ordinate and manage policy development and approvals effectively within schedules and to meet deadlines;
  • Knowledge of gaming industry and regulation is an asset.

What's in it for you

  • Defined benefit pension plan which provides a recurring income you can depend on for life throughout retirement
  • We pride ourselves on our flexible working model which supports work-life integration and our 37.5 hour work week
  • Professional development including education/certification sponsorship, in house leadership cohorts, LinkedIn Learning
  • See all our rewards here

However you identify, or whatever your path in life, if you see something here that makes you excited to get to work every day, please apply. We hire people for skills, capabilities and potential, not just education and experience.

We value Respect, Integrity and Community, and we provide an inclusive environment where everyone can feel like they belong.

Our social purpose is much more than returning 100% of net income to the province in the form of healthcare & education programs, and community gaming grants. Check it out!

Did you know BCLC is an industry leader in player health and safe & responsible gambling? Find out more!

If you require accommodation so you can be at your best in the interview, please let us know: recruitment@bclc.com.

All candidates must be at least 19 years of age and legally eligible to work in Canada

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