Junior Analyst, Stakeholder Information Management
Communica has an exciting opportunity based in our Calgary office for someone who aspires to a career in public policy, energy and information management. As a Junior Analyst, you will take pride in your work, be very detail oriented, think on your feet, and won’t be afraid to offer new ideas and opinions. As a significant part of your role, you will be required to review records of contact, such as meeting minutes or emails, and summarize that information in a database to meet a variety of regulatory requirements.
About the Role
The Communica Stakeholder Information Management (SIM) team specializes in managing stakeholder information and records from engagement activities. We take pride in ensuring our client’s records are interpreted and recorded in an accurate and timely fashion, and that they receive the reports and analytics they need to support project approvals from provincial and federal regulators. Unique to Communica, SIM is one of the firm’s core competencies with a dedicated team of SIM Analysts
Key Responsibilities Include:
- Accurately summarize engagement summaries, concerns and commitments as per regulatory and client business requirements using industry specific software.
- Manage large data sets and reports in Excel and Word.
- Provide Analysts and Senior Analysts with requests for information to be sent to clients.
- Work collaboratively with other analysts in the team, as well as other departments.
Given the role this individual will play in Communica’s continued growth and success, it is essential that the successful candidate possess the following education, experience, and personal characteristics:
Education and Experience
- An undergraduate degree.
- Demonstrated exceptional writing skills.
- Demonstrated time and project management skills.
- Strong computer skills and the ability to quickly learn and adapt to new software; experience with software such as IRIS, Praxis STS, Borealis, GeoAMPS, Consultation Manager and StakeTracker will be considered an asset.
- Driven, results-oriented individual who naturally takes responsibility for achieving results.
- Well-organized, detail-oriented, enthusiastic and confident, with good problem-solving skills.
- Self-directed and capable of working within a changing environment.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as presentation skills.
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
- A proven interest in public policy and maintaining a strong knowledge of regulatory requirements within the energy industry.