BC Public Service
Ministry of Health
Senior Legislative Analyst
A career building, senior level opportunity for a skilled analyst
Salary $66,200.03 – $75,658.71 annually
The Legislation Team within the Legislation, Intergovernmental Relations and Knowledge Management Branch is responsible for the development and co-ordination of the Legislative Program for the Ministry of Health, the development and implementation of policy and regulatory initiatives, managing appointments of public representatives to various agencies, boards and commissions, and managing the ministry’s regulatory reform process.
As the Senior Legislative Analyst, you will support the development of Ministry legislation and a significant number of complex and detailed regulations, and the preparation of a large volume of Orders in Council and Ministerial Orders. You will provide advice and information regarding legislation, legislative initiatives and legislative and regulatory issues to Ministry Executive, senior level program staff, stakeholders and to the public, and you will work with Legal Services Branch lawyers and Legislative Counsel to prepare legislation and regulation according to Ministry policy direction and priorities. Results-oriented, you will manage projects related to legislative issues of strategic significance to the Ministry of Health, the healthcare system and the public, and provide senior level legislative advice on significant issues.
You will represent the Ministry of Health and work collaboratively with representatives of other Ministries, as well as outside stakeholder organizations such as regulatory bodies and colleges, industry organizations, and health authorities.
Qualifications for this role include:
• Degree in Law, Public Administration, Health, Economics, Business, Political Science or other related field.
• Two years of experience in the development of legislation, regulation or related experience.
• An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.
Related experience should include the following:
• Experience in project management.
• Instructing upon, drafting and finalizing legislative changes.
• Research and analysis relating to policy or legislation.
• Experience in leading and/or participating in the effective operation of multidisciplinary teams.
For more information and to apply by June 2, 2017, please go to
Attention: only applications submitted through the BC Public Service’s employment website (see link above) will be accepted.