About Automotive Sector Council (ASC)
ASC is working on a Labour Market Information (LMI) project in collaboration with the Association of Industry Sector Councils (AISC) and all its members, who together represent the interests of 32,000 small-and medium-sized businesses and 370,000 workers and their families in Nova Scotia. ASChas identified the need to hire a Labour Market Analyst/Project Lead, a newly created position that will spearhead a critical new research project.
This role reports to the Executive Director and is instrumental to designing and conducting labour market research projects to produce Labour Market Information (LMI) for a Nova Scotia “State of the Labour Force” dashboard. Leading and collaborating with industry sector Analysts from AISC’s 14 member organizations, the Labour Market Analyst/Project Lead (“Analyst”) will determine which common data points are to be collected, their collection methodology, and how they will be assembled into a visual dashboard to be viewed by stakeholders.
You will work in a highly collaborative and energetic environment and will carry out the day-to-day project leadership and research functions with direction from the Executive Director and project consultant. You will be required to perform at a high level of competency and independence. The key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to those listed below.
Project management; statistical design, collection and analysis; and the ability to work with a collective of broad stakeholders are of prime importance.
Qualifications and Experience
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated previous experience in project management, statistical research, and economic research projects, including a familiarity with workforce development.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including presentation skills.
Understanding of Nova Scotia’s employment ecosystem and labour force issues, considered an asset.
Completion of a bachelor’s degree in economics, statistics, business administration or public administration.
Certified economic developer (Ec.D) designation and/or PMP certification considered an asset.
All interested candidates must apply no later than July 12, 2021 with cover letter and resume as one document. Late applications will not receive consideration.
We encourage applications from all qualified candidates including Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, and persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.Start Your Application