New jobs: University of Toronto, Japanese Studies & Intellectual Exchange, and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce

Director, Policy and Analysis, University of Toronto. Apply by May 28, 2015.

Reporting to the Assistant Vice-President, Government, Institutional and Community Relations, the Director, Policy and Analysis is responsible for providing strategic analysis and policy advice in support of the advocacy priorities of the University. The incumbent will identify government relations strategies and proactively develop intelligence necessary for advocacy with the Government, particularly on issues related to Provincial operating grants and tuition fees.

Program Officer, Japanese Studies & Intellectual Exchange. Apply by May 31, 2015.

This job posting is for a full-time Program Officer position for pregnancy & parental leave coverage. This position is responsible for the administration of Japanese Studies & Intellectual Exchange programs including researching, planning, execution and reporting in grants and other activities. It also has designated responsibilities in the areas of general office administration, human resources, communications and other programmatic and administrative needs.

Policy Analyst, Ontario Chamber of Commerce. Apply by June 1, 2015.

The  OCC is  seeking  a  Policy  Analyst  to  assist  with  the development  of  its  public policy  positions  and  its  relations  with  the  Government  of  Ontario. This  individual  will have  a  clear  understanding  of  Ontario  politics  and  policy.  The Policy  Analyst
will  have  the capacity  to  lead  the  development  and  execution  of  principled, evidence-­‐based  public  policy  positions  that  support  growth  and  job  creation
in  the  province.
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