Experience 2-5 years
Operations Division / Regulatory Assurance Branch
Term: Approximate 10-month secondment/contract opportunity
Wage Range: $37.49 – $44.12 per hour
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is a regulatory agency that reports to the Ministry of the Attorney General. The AGCO is responsible for regulating the alcohol, gaming, horse racing, and private cannabis retail sectors in Ontario, in accordance with the principles of honesty and integrity, and in the public interest.
Do you proactively challenge the status quo and develop new and innovative ideas? Do you enjoy collaborating and working with others in a dynamic, team-oriented environment with a strong focus on stakeholder engagement? Do you enjoy working with data and employ an evidence-based and data-driven approach to identifying improvement opportunities and making decisions?
The Regulatory Assurance Branch within the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario is an action-oriented team that takes the initiative to drive the implementation of, and improvements to, the AGCO’s risk-based, outcomes-focused approach to regulatory assurance and the achievement of the AGCO’s regulatory objectives.
Reporting to the Manager, Project Management & Reporting, as Regulatory Reporting Analyst, you will:
- Work with other government agencies and regulated entities to follow up and educate on data reporting requirements to ensure that the AGCO meets its external data-sharing agreements.
- Apply your analytical skills and statistical techniques to identify, analyze and interpret trends in complex data sets in order to make recommendations that will assist in the development of policy, processes, and programs.
- Understand the regulatory value of the data and recognize indicators and flags of potential regulatory concerns.
- Apply your critical and creative thinking skills to continually identify opportunities to improve how the AGCO conducts regulatory assurance.
- Support and/or facilitate the development, planning and delivery of project initiatives.
- Support and/or facilitate project meetings with internal and external stakeholders.
- Support and improve existing operational business processes through the collection and analysis of operational data, identification of findings, and development of recommendations for addressing key concerns.
- Extract and collate data from multiple sources, including iAGCO, business intelligence solutions, legacy systems, spreadsheets, databases, etc., to prepare a variety of summaries and detailed reports and/or presentations; prepare responses to ad-hoc requests for information from AGCO staff, stakeholders, and the public; and provide historical statistical information for publications and new AGCO program initiatives.
- Perform other related duties and special projects, including taking the lead on projects, as assigned.
The ideal candidate will possess:
- Excellent computer skills with advanced knowledge of the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Visio), and data extraction, manipulation, and analysis (SQL, VBA, Python, R/RStudio, etc.).
- Knowledge of software development methodology and statistical analysis techniques acquired through formal training in a related technical discipline or related work experience.
- Excellent communication (both written and oral) and interpersonal skills to present and discuss technical information and to prepare summaries, analyses and reports.
- Strong collaborative skills to work effectively with internal and external AGCO stakeholders, leveraging their collective input and feedback to achieve shared outcomes and success.
- Detail orientation and critical thinking to make inferences, including the ability to work under pressure, multi-task and adhere to strict timelines in a fast-paced and demanding environment.
The successful candidate must be eligible to work in Canada and will be subject to a criminal background check.
To apply to this vacancy, please submit your application online at our Careers Webpage, located at www.agco.ca/careers, by Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
The AGCO is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer.
The AGCO has the responsibility to lead by example in advancing racial equity and to build a diverse, inclusive, accessible and respectful workplace where every employee has a voice and the opportunity to fully contribute. To this effect, you are encouraged to reflect upon the diversity you would bring to the role within your application including, but not limited to, individuals identifying with one or more of the under-represented groups identified within Ontario’s Human Rights Code.
Disability-related accommodation during the recruitment process is available upon request.