Accountabilities:

Reporting to the Manager, Analytics and Continuous Improvement, the Business Analyst will be accountable to support process improvement projects within NS Power.

This role will support initiatives from initiation to completion using business analysis, process mapping, project management and change management methodologies.

Some of the specific tasks include:

Skills, Capabilities and Experience:

At Nova Scotia Power, our employees are our greatest strength. Our Leadership Competencies set standards that advance our business strategy, deliver results for customers, and provide career development for employees. As the ideal candidate for this position you speak up on health, safety and environment issues, and demonstrate a belief that all injuries are preventable. You support flexibility in the workplace and embrace change. You build strong collaborative relationships with a commitment to a respectful, inclusive and productive work environment while demonstrating integrity and a commitment to operational excellence for our customers. Lastly, we encourage you to proactively ask questions and seek information to understand how your work relates to the business goals and make well informed decisions.

In accordance with Emera’s occupational health and safety program and the Emera Vaccine Program, subject to any approved accommodation, all employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. For clarity, “fully vaccinated” means having the number of doses or combination of doses of a vaccine approved by Health Canada or local public health agencies in the jurisdiction in which they will be employed.

Reports to: Manager, Supply Chain Analytics

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Must Be Received By: All interested candidates should apply no later than January 31, 2022. Late applications may not receive consideration

Recruitment and Promotion Policy:

At Nova Scotia Power we believe that it is powerful when everyone is included. We strongly encourage applications from equity groups who have been historically underrepresented, including members of the visible minority community (especially those from historic African Nova Scotian communities), Indigenous peoples (especially Mi’kmaq), persons with disabilities, and women in non-traditional roles, as well as members of the LGTBQ+ community.

If you are selected for an interview and require a specific accommodation, please advise our Talent Acquisition team and we will support you with the recruitment process.