Labour Market Planning Project Assistant

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  • Post Date: June 30, 2017
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SS-113-17
Job title:Labour Market Planning Project Assistant – 24 hours per week (Pembroke)
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Department/Campus:Community and Student Affairs – Pembroke
Woodroffe
Reports To:Jamie Bramburger, Manager of Community & Student Affairs
Salary Range:24 hours per week – $23.98-$27.88
Job Posted On30-Jun-2017
Job Posted Until:12-Jul-2017 (noon)
Posting Type:Internal/External

Job Description
Reporting to the Manager of Community and Student Affairs and working under the direction of the Local Labour Market Planning Coordinator, the incumbent supports labour market planning in Renfrew and Lanark Counties.  The position is based in Pembroke, but requires some travel to various communities within the two counties.
The position is required to provide clerical and administrative support to the planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating of activities that are part of the projects undertaken annually by the local labour market office. The incumbent will participate in the research and compilation of labour market information, and will support the writing of labour market reports. The incumbent will also attend various forums and meetings to share and gather labour market information, including completing labour market surveys with local employers.

Required Qualifications
  • Minimum (2) two-year Business Diploma or related and equivalent post-secondary studies;
  • Minimum (3) three-years’ experience working within a labour market planning, Employment Services or community economic development office or within a related government operation as a staff member or in a consulting role;
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills with the ability to extrapolate information from multiple data sources;
  • Strong writing skills.  Experience in writing government reports is preferred skill set;
  • Ability to plan activities and events;
  • Experience in monitoring budgets and processing payment vouchers, credit card reconciliation statements, ordering supplies, booking facilities, etc;
  • Class G Driver’s license in good standing is an asset.

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