Job Opportunity: Team Lead, Compliance Services

Are you an experienced leader who is looking for a unique career opportunity to help serve democracy in British Columbia?
Join a collaborative and innovative team, dedicated to tackling new challenges and promoting campaign financing compliance.

Team Lead, Compliance Services (2 positions)
Competition # EBC2022:14
1 full-time, permanent position under the Public Service Act
1 temporary position to March 31, 2023
$66,900.01 to $94,600.06 annually (Management Band 2)
Victoria, B.C.

Posting close date: August 8, 2022

 

The Electoral Finance Compliance Services team helps political participants comply with legislated rules that ensure fair and transparent elections. The team promotes awareness of the rules through training and ongoing outreach.

The Team Lead supervises staff and oversees concurrent complex projects within the work unit. As a subject matter expert, they develop sound procedural frameworks to support processes and service delivery. Our ideal applicant has a proven record of excellence working with a variety of stakeholders, a results-focused approach to their work and exceptional leadership skills.

This is an exciting time to join Elections BC and contribute to democracy in B.C. If you are a leader who thrives individually and as part of a team, we want to hear from you!

Who we are

Elections BC is the independent Office of the Legislature responsible for administering provincial elections in British Columbia in accordance with the Election Act, Local Elections Campaign Financing Act, Recall and Initiative Act, and Referendum Act.

As a recognized leader in electoral administration, Elections BC promotes an inclusive, collaborative and innovative environment, working together to find the best possible solutions and to deliver electoral events. Our values include accountability, impartiality, transparency, innovation, respect, service and integrity, and we strive to recognize individual ability and creativity.

What we offer

Our motivated and happy team makes a difference for voters in British Columbia. We work to ensure an accessible and inclusive democratic process for all eligible voters in the province. Elections BC is a top work unit in the BC public service and maintains a high level of employee engagement.

We have a flexible work culture, designed to support the work-life balance of our employees, and excellence of program delivery. During non-event periods, we offer a hybrid work model where staff who wish to, may work part of their time in the office and part of their time from home, when operationally feasible. All staff work in office during electoral events. We believe that flexibility in where we work supports our culture of community and work-life balance, while maintaining productivity, engagement and collaboration.

As an independent and non-partisan Office of the Legislature, our permanent management staff also receive the following benefits:

  • Collaborative and supportive team environment
  • High-performing leadership team
  • Experience challenging, dynamic work
  • 4+ weeks paid vacation
  • Earned days off
  • Flexible health care and dental benefits
  • Public Service Pension
  • Employee and Family Assistance program
  • Professional development opportunities

Job Requirements

To be considered for this position, your application must clearly demonstrate how you meet the education and experience as outlined below.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or a related field, and minimum of 3 years of recent related experience (within the last 5 years); OR
    • Diploma in a related discipline and 4 years of recent related experience; OR
    • Certificate in a related discipline and 5 years of recent related experience, OR
    • A minimum of 7 years of recent related experience.
  • Recent related experience must include:
    • Managing stakeholder relationships in a service delivery environment, including responding to requests from a variety of stakeholders
    • Leading concurrent complex projects
    • Interpreting legislation, and developing new policy and/or procedures
    • Supervising and/or leading teams of staff

Preference may be given to applicants with:

  • Experience in a management capacity, including planning, developing and implementing policy, procedures, programs or projects.
  • Experience in managing change or continuous development programs.
  • Experience collaborating with IT in relation to database design and development.
  • Previous experience in electoral administration.

Applicants must be willing and able to:

  • Fulfil the requirement to act as a non-partisan representative of EBC.
  • Work outside normal business hours, occasionally, to meet deadlines.
  • Work from various Elections BC office locations within the Greater Victoria area to support operational demands.
  • Travel, occasionally, to locations throughout the province.

    To apply for this opportunity:

    • Review the job description and organizational chart.
    • Prepare your resume and cover letter detailing your relevant work experience and qualifications.
      • Your application must clearly show how you meet the job requirements.
      • We strongly recommend you submit your application in .pdf format.
    • Email your application to jobs@elections.bc.ca. Include the position title and competition number in the email subject line.

    Note:

    • Elections BC is committed to the health and safety of our employees and takes every reasonable precaution against the hazards of COVID-19 in our workplaces. Employees will be required to confidentially provide proof that they are fully vaccinated for COVID-19. New hires must satisfy the COVID-19 verification requirements as a condition of their employment offer prior to their start date. Details about the COVID-19 verification process will be provided at the time of offer of hire.
    • The results of this competition may be used to staff similar positions within Elections BC. An eligibility list may be established for future vacancies. Lesser qualified applicants may be appointed at a lower level.
    • The recruitment process for this competition will take place virtually.

    Elections BC is committed to fostering a respectful workplace and welcoming diversity and inclusion throughout our organization.

    Elections BC | 1-800-661-8683 | elections.bc.ca