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The Planning & Reporting Analyst is responsible for the continued review, analysis and assessment of Property & Services Directorate strategies, plans and resource expenditures in the context of Senate priorities and objectives, as well as in regard to major project investments linked to the Long Term Vision and Plan for the Parliamentary Precinct. The Analyst is expected to provide advice and support to the Chief, Administration & Business Support Services and Property & Services Directorate management on quality control of financial information and related reports, and inform decision-making on evolving challenges in planning, resource management and reporting.
The general public to staff one (1) determinate position in the Property & Services Directorate for a period of 13 months with possibility of extension.
• University degree in accounting, finance, commerce or business administration OR acceptable combination of education, training and relevant experience;• Minimum of two (2) years' recent experience in the tracking and control of salary and operating expenditures in a complex business and project environment;• Minimum of two (2) years' recent experience in the analysis and synthesis of financial and non-financial information;• Minimum of two (2) years' recent experience in the conduct of strategic planning and business reporting activities, client consultations, and facilitating meetings;• Knowledge of the methods, techniques, processes and tools associated with resource management, including budget control, expenditure forecasting, variance analysis and cost recovery; • Knowledge of the processes, methods, and tools that support the capture, collection, and analysis of strategic and business planning, resourcing, and performance information; and • Advanced analytical and evaluation, organizational and time management, and problem solving skills.
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Candidates must consent to supply personal information and obtain a security accreditation in order to be eligible for appointment.
Alternative selection tool methods and/or reasonable accommodation for special needs are available upon request.The use of masculine gender in the text includes feminine and is used without discrimination. Communication for this process will be sent via email. It is the responsibility of the candidate to ensure accurate contact information is provided and updated as required. You must consent to receiving e-mails from our system in your online profile. The Senate of Canada reserves the right to retain a determined number of candidates who best meet the essential requirements of the position. The Senate of Canada is a separate and distinct employer from the federal public service and is not subject to the Public Service Employment Act. We thank all those who apply to this selection process.The posting closes at 11:59 p.m. EST on the closing date stated above.