Job ID: 2866
Location: Burnaby, BC
To be considered for this role, applications MUST be submitted online, by clicking on 'Apply' below.
- Join one of BC’s Top Employers!
- Be part of an exceptional company culture with great employee benefits and a healthy work/life balance!
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.
BC Housing is a provincial Crown Corporation that develops, manages and administers a wide range of subsidized housing options for those most in need across the province to address critical gaps across the housing continuum ranging from emergency shelter through to rent assistance in the private market and affordable home ownership. 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.
Our mission is making a difference in people's lives and communities through safe, affordable and quality housing.
BC Housing is committed to providing a healthy, safe and inclusive workplace where respect and diversity are recognized assets. We encourage and welcome applications from women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, individuals with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity, and all people committed to meaningful work that makes a difference.
BC Housing offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package. But a job is more than a pay cheque. We also offer our staff the opportunity to work together to make a difference. When employees go home at the end of the day, they experience the satisfaction of knowing they’ve helped provide safe, affordable housing for British Columbians. And while they’re here, employees can take advantage of many opportunities:
- In-house training, and training at other institutions, for courses related to employees’ current positions or to prepare them for advancement within BC Housing.
- Wellness programs including physical fitness, programs to help employees quit smoking, free flu shots, mental health resources, and lunch-and-learn lectures and seminars.
- Recognition programs including long-term service awards, idea recognition and outstanding performance awards.
- Livegreen incentives include an employee transit pass program, and other initiatives that encourage alternative, sustainable transportation (even a bike purchase program!).
- An active Social Club that organizes special events like seasonal parties and arranges group discounts to other events.
- Participation in community and charitable events.
** Please note: Eligibility for benefits offered is based on employment status **
Reporting to the Compliance Case Manager, the Compliance Analyst works closely with compliance investigation staff in ensuring that residential builders within the Province of British Columbia operate in compliance with the Homeowner Protection Act and any regulations (the "Regulations") enacted under the Act. The incumbent analyzes data from various sources to identify areas and individual instances of risk for non-compliance, and liaises with local, regional and provincial government officials, warranty providers, and others to identify matters requiring further interaction/investigation. The Compliance Analyst performs an administrative role with respect to de-enrollments, Owner-Builder Authorizations, Licensed Residential Builders with outstanding new home inventory, and compilation of Information Letters; responds to Compliance related tips; and conducts research and gathers information and documents for legal proceedings, including Reports to Crown Counsel and applications for injunctions. The position assists Crown Counsel and Licensing & Consumer Services (LCS) Counsel in legal proceedings and provides written and oral testimony in quasi-criminal hearings. The position is also responsible for special compliance projects, including project planning, coordination and reporting.
The successful candidate will have the following:
Community College diploma in a relevant discipline such as legal administration, law enforcement, criminology or business administration, or equivalent experience.
A minimum of three years directly related experience in a regulatory and compliance environment, involving the research and analysis of data, conducting of file investigations, and preparation of information and documents for administrative and legal proceedings.
Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience acceptable to the employer may be considered
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Good knowledge and understanding of the theories and practices of investigative research, administrative law and
- Legal proceedings, both civil and criminal
- Good knowledge of the Homeowners Protection Act and its Regulations, and of BC Housing’s programs and policies with respect to increasing consumer protection for homebuyers
- Good knowledge of the residential construction industry, including its business practices and the municipal building and permitting process
- Ability to interpret legislation, including the application of such legislation to diverse fact patterns
- Strong file management ability and report writing skills, including the ability to gather supporting documentation and prepare draft Reports to Crown Counsel.
- Strong communication skills, with ability to communicate effectively and efficiently both verbally and in writing to diverse audiences
- Strong analytical, research and problem-solving skills
- Ability to exercise sound judgment and demonstrate tact and discretion in difficult, potentially hostile and confrontational situations
- Strong organizational skills, and ability to meet deadlines and adapt to changing priorities
- Ability to work independently as well as function effectively as part of a team
- Excellent computer skills and good knowledge of and proficiency with applicable software programs
How to Apply:
Please review the attached job description for a complete list of duties, qualifications and competencies. To be considered for this competition, applicants must submit a cover letter and resume clearly identifying how they meet the qualifications necessary for this position. This information will be used as part of the selection process.
Your cover letter and resume should be submitted as one document in your profile when applying for this position. Please add your cover letter to your resume and submit both documents as your resume.
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As part of the application process, you will be prompted to fill out a questionnaire which must be completed in order for your application to be considered. Please allot up to 5 minutes to fill it out after submitting your resume and cover letter as one single document.
Only applications submitted using the Online Recruitment System at www.bchousing.org/careers will be accepted
If you are passionate about what you do and want to use your expertise to engage in a meaningful and challenging work, please apply to join our team today at www.bchousing.org/careers
We didn’t become one of BC’s Top Employers and one of Canada’s Greenest Employers without a lot of thought, care and consideration for our team and environment. Our supportive and collaborative workplace balances engaging and challenging work with personal development and wellness initiatives.
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