Senior Policy Analyst

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Website Social Capital Partners

About Social Capital Partners:

Social Capital Partners (SCP) is a Canadian non-profit founded in 2001 to focus on designing and
implementing new financial tools that broaden economic opportunity, security and inclusion. We are independently funded which enables us to actively engage across a variety of issues without
compromising our values.

Over the past few years SCP has focused on identifying initiatives that could create pathways to asset ownership, wealth-building and economic security for working Canadians. We have recently led the work to establish employee ownership trusts (EOTs) in Canada. We believe that growing wealth inequality represents a threat to economic and democratic resilience.

SCP will continue to build on our recent successes. Our upcoming work will focus on developing projects, building networks, conducting research and advocating for transformative policy ideas that will reduce the unsustainable concentration of wealth occurring in Canada.

If you have a passion for public policy and are eager to use your skills, knowledge and experience to help us with this work, we want to hear from you!


Position Overview:

SCP is recruiting for an experienced and skilled Senior Policy Analyst. This individual will report to the Director of Policy and work closely with the executive team to track emerging trends and issues in public policy in Canada and other jurisdictions.

The ideal candidate will need to be ambitious, entrepreneurial and be willing to roll up their sleeves and do hands-on work. They should be deeply committed to confronting growing wealth concentration and challenging orthodox thinking; be an excellent writer and thinker capable of engaging in thought leadership on issues of wealth inequality and ownership of the economy; be a leader in network and coalition building; and have a passion for engaging deeply with policy development, analysis, and advocacy to influence policy.

At SCP, we undertake projects that we believe have a chance of affecting systems change and having an enduring impact.


Key Duties and Responsibilities:

• Manage policy projects and analysis involving issue identification, research, consultation, trend
analysis, development of options and recommendations, including the drafting of policy papers,
research reports and op eds.
• Work with the SCP leadership to articulate the policy details that will allow SCP to affect
meaningful public policy and narrative change
• Develop network of allies and champions by creating and maintaining strong relationships with
political and civil service decision makers
• Cultivate conversations, and where possible, consensus on key aspects of how Canada can
create a more equitable economy and resilient democracy
• Prepare and coordinate Freedom of Information requests
• Support SCP’s government relations strategy to advance its mission and proactively engage
government on relevant issues in alignment with government decision-making cycles
• Comply with relevant lobbying rules and ensure compliance across SCP’s activities
• Participate in the development of key events (roundtables, symposia) to convene key leaders
and potential supporters
• Support in the development and drafting of key communications products in coordination with
the Director of Communications



• 5-10 years of experience shaping policy and regulation from within government, or in a public
policy/government relations role
• Demonstrated success achieving policy change either inside government or as an outside advocate
• Clear understanding of how to drive policy change at the federal and provincial level by
maintaining relationships with key public policy decision makers and ensuring clear, compelling
policy asks
• Experience with proactive stakeholder outreach and relationship management
• Strategic thinker with a proactive approach to managing a variety of key initiatives concurrently
with effective prioritization and follow-through in a complex environment
• Deep grasp of economic inequality as well as economic policy priorities in Canada
• Strong communication skills and exceptional organization, planning, and time management
abilities with a keen attention to detail
• Excellent interpersonal and diplomacy skills, coupled with a strong ability to take initiative as a
• Commitment to broadening pathways to wealth and economic security for working Canadians,
resilient democracies and the SCP mission
• Meets lobbying requirements for federal government and most provincial governments
• Proficiency in French is an asset


Why Join SCP?

• Competitive Compensation: a full-time, permanent position with a salary in the range of
$90,000 – $125,000, based on experience and qualifications, as well as a comprehensive benefits
• Hybrid Work Environment: a minimum of two in-office team days per week
• A Career with Purpose: everyone who works at SCP is dedicated to broadening economic
security, increasing economic justice and deepening democratic resilience
• Commitment of Growth: SCP strongly supports personal and professional development – we
will invest in your growth and are committed to positive societal impact
• Meaningful influence: SCP is a well-respected Canadian non-profit that punches above our
weight. As a result, our work influences public discourse and decision making
• Independence: we are looking for a candidate to take control of this opportunity, acting
entrepreneurially to achieve our objectives





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