Policy Advisor, Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation – Office of the BC Ombudsman

Policy Advisor, Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation – Office of the BC Ombudsman

le 6 mai 2022

(disponible en anglais seulement)

On behalf of the Office of the BC Ombudsperson, we would like to share with you the following opportunity for the position of Policy Advisor, Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation. Please note, the close date for this opportunity is Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 at 12:00pm (noon) PST.

Policy Advisor, Diversity, Inclusion and Reconciliation

Closing date: Tuesday, May 24, 2022 at 12:00 p.m.

Classification – 2 Year Temporary, Full-Time

Salary Range: $66,900.01 – $94,600.06

Develop and apply your skills in diversity, inclusion and reconciliation in this dynamic and rewarding role!

Guided by recommendations emerging from the Office’s Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, as well as the consultation circles that have been part of our Indigenous Communities Services Plan engagements, the policy advisor will lead a critical and complex project to scrutinize the Office’s investigative and intake processes and develop policy, training, and resources to promote equitable service delivery and consistent and transparent decision-making by staff. The policy advisor develops policy that supports the delivery of services in an accessible, trauma-informed, culturally safe and fair way. As part of the Office’s commitment to reconciliation, the policy advisor will examine and advise on ways the Office’s mandate may be applied to address jurisdictional issues relating to unfair impacts of ongoing colonial structures and structural inequity on Indigenous peoples.

This is a two-year appointment, with a possibility of extending the appointment beyond the term if needed, and as budget permits.

As BC’s independent voice for fairness, our Office’s work is challenging, meaningful, and rewarding. Join us and become part of a team that is proud of the work we do. Find out more information about what we offer here.

Applicants will need to access the below link to apply through the BC Ombudsperson website directly.