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Job Number:  29514
Performance Analyst
Job Posted: Thursday, 8 September 2016
Closing Date: Thursday, 8 December 2016
(42 days ago)
BC Housing
Region: Vancouver & Lower Mainland Type: Full time
Location: Burnaby, BC Salary: (not entered)

Performance Analyst


Job ID: 2173


 Burnaby, BC 


To apply for this position, please visit www.bchousing.org/careers


Demonstrate your ability to take ownership of tasks and drive them through to completion in this fast-paced environment with multiple stakeholders and changing priorities


Leveraging your strategic and detail orientation and your business acumen, you’ll provide coordination support, generate reports, track performance and provide subject matter expertise to the Real Estate Services & Portfolio Renewal Branch, by monitoring, analyzing and evaluating financial performance and other business activities. You’ll be working closely with the Manager, Business Administration and the Business Support Manager in the creation and maintenance of models, programs and reports capturing information about new development as well as maintenance and rehabilitation projects. As a Performance Analyst, you’ll also carry out quality control evaluations, and data integrity/audit compliance reviews, and assist with the Branch risk management and planning processes.


Specifically, you will:

  • create, implement, monitor, adjust and maintain models, programs and reports to support business and corporate reporting requirements related to Branch activities

  • develop/compile, review and issue Branch program and project reports for internal and external stakeholders, and respond to Ministerial and other requests for information

  • assess reports, trends and issues that could impact Branch objectives and targets, and prepare background materials and draft reports for the management team

  • prepare complex and comprehensive cash flow forecasting and reporting for maintenance and rehabilitation and new construction projects

  • complete monthly financial reporting and reconciliation of funding program spends, review, analyze and identify program and project savings, and make recommendations for utilization and reallocation

  • coordinate the Annual Capital Plan and Quarterly Capital Reports process, initiating, creating and completing documents, and forwarding to Finance for review and comment prior to distribution to Development & Asset Strategies (DAS) Executive

  • monitor due diligence aspects related to new development and maintenance and rehabilitation processes

  • develop risk management frameworks, processes and techniques to ensure project and business risks are identified, understood, assessed and prioritized for Branch initiatives

  • monitor effective risk response strategies, including mitigation, avoidance, transference and contingency planning, and compile and distribute risk monitoring and control, compliance and exception reports

  • assist with the planning process for the development of some of the Branch’s key planning documents, including Risk Registry, Capital Plan and Branch Plan

  • draft performance reports for the Branch management team and Executive Office/Board of Commissioners, ensuring deadlines are met

  • conduct research and evaluation on various Branch programs and projects, and provide background information and analysis to the management team

  • build and maintain working relationships with Branch and Commission staff and with external resources such as the three levels of government, non-profit housing providers, Co-ops, CMHC, BCNPHA, AHMA, sponsor groups, support agencies, and housing industry representatives

  • represent the Branch on cross-branch business initiatives, initiate and facilitate working group sessions to identify long- and short-term business objectives, problems and issues, and translate these into action plans

  • conduct special studies, make presentations and participate in task force and committee work.



In addition to a bachelor’s degree or an advanced diploma in a relevant discipline such as commerce, economics, computer science or business administration, including courses in accounting, cash flow analysis, forecasting and financial analysis, you have at least 4 years’ progressively more complex and responsible experience, with emphasis in finance, financial analysis and cash flow forecasting.


You also have:

  • sound knowledge of mission-critical corporate applications, including CPS and JD Edwards, and of business planning, project management and risk management philosophies, principles and practices

  • sound knowledge and understanding of BC Housing’s mandate, programs and operating requirements

  • the ability to work independently and function effectively as part of a team in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment

  • strong planning, organization, research, analytical, conceptual thinking and problem-solving skills

  • demonstrated initiative and follow-through skills, with the ability to work under the direction of several people and under pressure, organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines and changing priorities, while responding to numerous diverse and shifting challenges without compromising work quality

  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to manage relationships and exercise tact, diplomacy and good judgment with a broad range of audiences

  • effective report-writing and presentation skills

  • proficiency in productivity applications such as MS Excel, Word, Project and Visio.


An equivalent combination of education, training and experience acceptable to the employer may be considered.


Please review job description prior to applying


To apply for the role of Performance Analyst or to view the full job description and other opportunities, please visit www.bchousing.org/careers.


BC Housing—one of BC's Top Employers for 2016—is the provincial Crown agency that develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options for those most in need across the province. Share in the rewards of working with an organization that offers challenging work and competitive compensation and supports the growth and development of its people.


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BC Housing thanks all applicants for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. This position is only open to those legally entitled to work in Canada.

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