|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|Public Policy Forum||Full Time||Experienced (Non-manager)||N/A||2019-10-23||2019-11-29|
The Public Policy Forum is seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated policy professional to join our dynamic and growing policy team as a Policy Lead.
The Policy Lead is responsible for providing direction and guidance to the project team and must be able to confidently anticipate problems and develop solutions with minimal direction. Initiative, strong organizational skills, and good judgement are key to succeeding in the role.
The Policy Lead works collaboratively with PPF staff, management and Fellows, as well as external partners and research collaborators, to deliver multiple projects at a consistently high level, on time and according to budget. The Policy Lead builds and develops professional relationships with external stakeholders, including PPF members, funding partners, experts, academics and others to carry out project deliverables. This position will have the opportunity to lead work on a varied portfolio of exciting projects that fulfil PPF’s strategic objectives and will provide the opportunity to explore new areas of policy
The successful candidate will report directly to the Director of Policy.
The Public Policy Forum is a 33-year-old non-profit organization that works with all levels of government and the public service, the private sector, labour, post-secondary institutions, NGOs and Indigenous groups to improve policy outcomes for Canadians. As a non-partisan, member-based organization, we work from “inclusion to conclusion," by convening discussions of emerging and established thinkers, doers and deciders on fundamental policy issues and by identifying fresh policy options and paths forward. The Public Policy Forum researches and convenes around topical public policy challenges and celebrates great policy contributions at our testimonial dinners. We are committed to making a meaningful contribution to policy development that leads to a better Canada.
Scope and Objectives
The Public Policy Forum conducts research and engagement activities on a wide variety of public policy issues of relevance to Canadians with a primary focus on the following five areas of inquiry:
The Policy Lead’s key duties include:
Please attach a cover letter, your CV and one writing sample.