New jobs: Ontario Public Service and Samara Canada

Development Manager (1 year parental leave), Samara Canada. Apply by September 28, 2015.

The Development Manager is a full-time year-long position, based in Samara’s office in Toronto. The position will report to Jane Hilderman, Samara’s Executive Director and will require working collaboratively with all Samara employees.

Don’t miss this opportunity to play a key role in the development of financial strategic policies that have an impact across the province. We are seeking an experienced, creative, team oriented Policy Analyst to join the Municipal Finance Strategic Policy & Research Unit.
Senior Quantitative Economist, Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure/Ministry of Research and Innovation. Apply by October 7, 2015.
Are you interested in providing expert quantitative, financial and policy research, studies and analysis that supports the development of provincial infrastructure policies and programs? If so, this opportunity is for you! Join the Infrastructure Planning Division where you will support the development of infrastructure policy and planning advice for senior executives within the Ministry, Treasury Board, Management Board of Cabinet and Cabinet.
Bring your strong policy development, research and analytical skills to the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing to provide advanced policy development and analysis, research and business planning and program compliance monitoring and oversight in support of risk management, operational policy and legislative regulatory development.
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