Program Advisor Jobs. The Ontario Public Service is looking for suitable candidates for the role of Program Advisor. You will play a crucial role as a Program Advisor in offering professional advice and direction on various programs across the Ontario Public Service. This role provides an opportunity to help develop and administer programs that have a substantial influence on the well-being of Ontarians. Consider applying for this essential position if you have strong analytical skills, policy understanding, and a love for public service.
Program Advisor Jobs Notification Details
All the candidates who are looking for Provincial and Territorial Governments Jobs job and meet the eligibility criteria can apply for the post by filling the Online application on the main website for Latest recruitment of Government of Ontario. After reading all the information like age limit, selection process, educational qualification, salary offered etc.
|Organization Name|| |
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing
|Division||Municipal Services Division|
|Job Type||Provincial and Territorial Governments Jobs|
|Post Name||Program Advisor|
|Job Location|| |
|Salary||$66,484.00 – $92,950.00 Per Year|
|Job Type||Full-time, Permanent|
Program Advisor Jobs Salary
The Program Advisor program will pay selected individuals a competitive yearly salary ranging from $66,484.00 to $92,950.00. The pay will be determined by qualifications and experience, with an emphasis on the value of expertise in program creation and advisory services.
Who can apply:
- Knowledge in program and policy evaluation, monitoring, development, and implementation methodologies is required.
- Ability to learn and apply ideas, principles, and practices of a wide range of environmental and land use planning legislation, regulations, and standards (for example, the Planning Act and the Environmental Bill of Rights).
- Knowledge of project management principles is required to create project plans and performance metrics, as well as lead project teams.
- Provide program direction, explain ideas, and provide solutions to resourcing conflicts.
- Discuss and explain legislative, regulatory, and policy/program requirements, as well as technical facts and terminology.
- Meetings are held, technical papers, briefing materials, and correspondence are prepared.
How to apply:
- You must submit your application online.
- Your cover letter and resume should not be longer than five (5) pages. Review the Writing a Cover Letter and Resume: advice, Tools, and Resources for advice and tools on how to construct a concise cover letter and resume.
- Customize your cover letter and resume to the job posting’s specifications. You must describe how you met the job requirements using actual examples. We are reliant on the information you supply.
- Make sure you understand the job by reading the job description.
- When applying, OPS personnel must include their WIN EMPLOYEE ID number.