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Project Management, Policy, and Stakeholder Engagement Analyst

Fostering public confidence, utilizing expertise, fueling innovation, and acting with integrity.

The Safety Codes Council is an independent, self-funded regulatory organization mandated to provide oversight of the system and technical disciplines through a number of key legislated functions and client focused services. We provide leadership by guiding, educating, supporting, and collaborating with all stakeholders in Alberta’s safety codes system.

We offer a challenging and enjoyable work environment, great benefits, and a chance to make a difference in the lives of Albertans.

Join us and make an impact on keeping Albertans safe in the built environment!


Under the direction of the Manager, Policy and Stakeholder Engagement, the position provides primary project management for key Council policy development and stakeholder engagement initiatives. It also supports policy development and stakeholder engagement activities.

The key project that is the focus for the position for the next few years is a review of the accreditation framework and program delivered by the Council and implementation of improvements that integrates stakeholder perspectives, government policy objectives, the safety system’s legislative and regulatory framework, operational considerations, in a way that strengthens Alberta’s safety codes system. The position will provide project management for the cross-Council project team and support policy development and stakeholder engagement as necessary.


You are a critical thinker and strong communicator with the ability to condense and clearly communicate complex information in plain and professional language.

You interact respectfully, inclusively, and positively to build strong collaborative working relationships.

You are a creative problem solver with the ability to gather information from varied sources, analyze and interpret information to formulate a solution. You are strategic in your approach, identifying opportunities, risks, and proactive solutions to assist the Council in making informed decisions.

You effectively prioritize competing workload pressures including highly complex, mission critical, and sensitive matters.

You are outcomes-focused with a passion for learning.


1. Responsible for policy and stakeholder engagement project management. Key tasks include:

Initiating and planning projects using common project management tools and techniques, like project plans and work breakdown structures.

Establishing mechanisms and documentation to identify risks, mitigations, respond to issues, and take action to ensure quality and that the project is on time, on scope, and within budget.

Using project management software to track and report on the project status and take action to ensure it stays on time, on scope, and within budget.

2. Responsible for policy development. Key tasks include:

Conducting research and analysis to identify issues, solutions, and impacts of and to programs, policies, regulation, and legislation.

Developing recommendations and documentation to support decision making by the Council.

Developing policies and procedures to implement recommendations made by the Council.

3. Responsible for stakeholder engagement. Key tasks include:

Identifying opportunities to engage stakeholders in promoting and improving the safety codes system.

Planning stakeholder engagements including developing engagement plans, data collection materials, data collection tools in accordance with the Stakeholder Engagement Framework and presents the approach to management for decision-making.

Executing stakeholder engagements and reporting on results.

4. Provide secretariat support and program administration for the ongoing sub-council stakeholder engagement initiatives, including building agendas, coordinating and attending sub-council meetings, taking minutes, coordinating correspondence, providing guidance to working groups, and maintaining a detailed data base of all Council members and their nominating organizations. This task is usually only on as time permits or on a cover-off basis.


Post-secondary degree in Political Science, Economics, Arts, Business, Law, and/or related field. Equivalencies will be considered on the basis of 1 year of education for 1 year of directly related experience.

Four years of progressively responsible experience, that covers all aspects of policy development.

Government or regulatory organization policy development experience is an asset.

Four years of progressively responsible experience in stakeholder engagement, that includes designing the engagement, collecting the qualitative and quantitative data, facilitating focus groups, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and writing and reporting on findings, relationship building, and negotiation.

Two years of experience in managing projects and using industry-recognized project management techniques.

Project Management certification would be an asset.

Experience providing advice to senior decision-makers, research, strategic-thinking, report writing, business case development.

Experience using office software (e.g., Adobe, Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams, Zoom).

Ability to type approximately 60 words per minute for minute taking at meetings where information is shared orally.


Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, vision and a health spending account

Generous RSP and employer matching Deferred Profit Sharing Plan (DPSP)

Professional learning and development

Positive workplace culture and work-life balance


Office location is 10405 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta.

Hours of work: 36.25 hours per week (Monday – Friday).

Position is subject to a pre-employment background screening, including a criminal record check.

Please submit a cover letter as part of your application.

This competition is open until August 11, 2023 at 11:59:00 PM (MST) or until a suitable candidate is found. The Council thanks all candidates for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

About the Safety Codes Council

The (Council) is an independent regulatory body established in 1993 under the Act. The Council provides oversight of Alberta’s safety codes system through a number of key mandated functions including:

Accrediting and monitoring the compliance of municipalities, agencies, corporations, and regional service commissions in administering the Act within specified jurisdictions.

For the 300,000 Albertans who live in unaccredited areas of the province, the Alberta Safety Codes Authority (ASCA) conducts permitting, inspections and oversees spill and incident reporting requirements for storage tank systems across the province.

Training and certifying safety codes officers to inspect the construction, installation and maintenance of Alberta’s structures and systems and administering Alberta’s Master Electrician program.

Reviewing, formulating, safety codes and standards, and evaluating emerging issues in the safety codes system to provide recommendations to Alberta Municipal Affairs.

Investigating complaints and conducting investigations on the conduct, performance, or competency of an organization or individual having authority, powers, or duties under the Act.

Conducting hearings and appeals of orders and written notices issued under the authority of the Act.

Safety Codes Council is committed to fostering equity and diversity, and we strive to provide a respectful, inclusive and barrier-free work environment.


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