The Library of Parliament is a non-partisan organization providing stimulating and rewarding work in support of Canadian parliamentary democracy. We recognize that our employees are our most important asset and, as such, we offer excellent benefits, a minimum of four weeks vacation leave, learning opportunities to support professional and career development, competitive salaries, and more!


Business Support Services (BSS) provides support and services to the Library of Parliament in the areas of human resources, finance and materiel management, corporate planning, information technology, and publishing, editing and creative services.


We are currently looking for candidates to staff the following position: Financial Systems Analyst.


The position is responsible for the support and development of the Finance, Material Management and Corporate Planning modules of the Unit4 Enterprise Resource Planning System. The successful candidate will be required to communicate with stakeholders, identify system related challenges and propose solutions.


FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ANALYSTS

BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES

Determinate/Acting/Assignment/Secondment Position and Anticipatory Staffing

MPA-4 ($80,890–$95,688)
Bilingual staffing – imperative: (BBB/BBB)

For the purposes of this selection process, the competencies listed in the attached Competency Profile will be evaluated.

The following knowledge criteria will also be evaluated:


• Knowledge of the principles, theories, standards and methodologies of business analysis including the ability to analyse, solve problems and propose solutions;


• Knowledge of the methods and techniques of eliciting and understanding client requirements through various interview and solution-finding methods;


To be considered, candidates must have:


• An undergraduate degree, from a recognized university, in a field related to the duties of the position or an acceptable combination of education and experience.


• Recent* experience in the support, development or use of modules in an enterprise resource planning software.


• Recent and significant experience in providing advice, guidance and recommendations to clients and management.


• Experience in workflow or business process design.


• Experience working with a multidisciplinary team.


*  Recent is understood to mean the depth and breadth of the experience normally associated with having performed a range of relevant services in the last four (4) years.


Asset Qualifications


• Recent experience in one or more of the following fields


     o Financial systems and/or financial management


     o HR systems and/or human resources


     o Reporting systems


• Experience in interpreting and/or applying legislation, collective agreements, policies and directives.


• Experience in providing training or developing training material


• Knowledge of the Parliament and/or the Public Service environment is an asset


Candidates retained in this selection process will be required to obtain:


• A successful second-language evaluation (Bilingual staffing – imperative: BBB/BBB)


• A successful pre-employment screening

Additional Information:


• This selection process is open to the public and to employees of the Library of Parliament, the Senate, the House of Commons, the Office of the Senate Ethics Officer, the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner, the Parliamentary Protective Service, and the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer.


• This selection process will include a second-language evaluation and an interview. The interview will consist of behavioural, situational and knowledge-based questions. Candidates will be required to pass each stage in order to move to the next stage of the selection process.


• Qualified candidates from this selection process may be considered for determinate or indeterminate positions at the Library of Parliament that require similar knowledge and/or competencies.


• Education and experience requirements will be used to determine which candidates will be asked to participate in the next stage of the selection process.


• Satisfactory references and proof of education are essential conditions of appointment.


• Travel and relocation expenses are the responsibility of the candidates.


• The Library of Parliament believes that the excellence for which it is known is enhanced by nurturing an inclusive workplace that embraces diversity, values differences and supports the full participation of all employees. The Library is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce reflecting the communities we live in and work in, the clients we work with, and Canadian society at large.


• Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and to permanent residents who are legally able to work in Canada. Applicants who have a valid work permit may also be considered.

Apply no later than  September 24, 2020 11:59 AM  Eastern Time.

To apply, please send us your curriculum vitae, along with a covering letter indicating how you meet each of the education and experience requirements of the position. Please quote Staffing Process 20-LOP-117 in your documents and, if you apply by email, in the subject line of your email.


Send us your application:

 By email: LOPCareers-CarrieresBDP@parl.gc.ca


 By fax: 613-995-9582


 By mail: 50 O’Connor Street
              Library of Parliament
              Human Resources Directorate
              Ottawa, ON  K1A 0A9


Questions? Contact Human Resources at 613-542-4872 or LOPCareers-CarrieresBDP@parl.gc.ca.


We thank all those who apply. Please note that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Competency Profile for Project Management – Officer


ADAPTABILITY

Adapting in order to work effectively in ambiguous or changing situations, and with diverse individuals and groups

 

Level 3:  Adapts to widely varying needs.
• Adapts to new ideas and initiatives across a wide variety of issues or situations.
• Supports major changes that challenge traditional ways of operating.
• Adapts interpersonal style to highly diverse individuals and groups in a range of situations.
• Adapts own plans and priorities in anticipation of change.


CLIENT FOCUS


Providing service excellence to internal and/or external clients, addressing immediate and evolving client needs


Level 3:  Provides added value.
• Looks for ways to add value beyond clients’ immediate requests.
• Addresses underlying and long-term client needs.
• Enhances client service delivery systems and processes.
• Anticipates clients’ upcoming needs and concerns.


EXEMPLIFYING INTEGRITY


Treating others fairly, honestly and respectfully, furthering the integrity of the organization and its relationships of trust within the work environment and in the broader community


Level 1:  Acts in fair and ethical manner toward others.
• Treats everyone equally with fairness, honesty and respect all the time.
• Refrains from behaviour or language that is exclusionary or offensive.
• Focuses on organizational success rather than personal gain.
• Follows through consistently on promises and commitments made to others.
• Presents facts and circumstances transparently, no matter how difficult the facts may be.
• Guards confidential and sensitive information, passing it on only to those that need to know.
• Maintains ethical principles even in the most challenging circumstances.

 
COMMUNICATION


Communicating clearly and respectfully with different audiences, both orally and in writing


Level 3:  Adapts communication.
• Tailors communication (e.g., content, style, tone and medium) to diverse audiences and readerships.
• Reads cues from diverse audiences to assess when and how to change planned communication approach to deliver message effectively.
• Communicates with varying organizational levels, sometimes on the spot.
• Recognizes others’ complex or underlying needs, motivations or concerns, communicating effectively despite the sensitivity of the situation.
• Conveys important nuances and context to facilitate understanding of the message or material.


INITIATIVE


Dealing with situations and issues proactively and persistently, seizing opportunities that arise


Level 3:  Addresses imminent issues or opportunities (“imminent” does not necessarily mean that a crisis is involved).
• Takes action to avoid an imminent problem.
• Capitalizes on an imminent opportunity.
• Suggests ways to achieve better results or add value beyond the current situation.
• Perseveres in seeking opportunities to advance organizational objectives in the near term.


PLANNING AND ORGANIZING


Making and following plans and allocating resources effectively to reach goals that are central to organizational success


Level 1:  Plans and organizes own activities.
• Plans own activities according to predetermined standards or procedures.
• Monitors the quality and timeliness of own work.
• Seeks clarity on priorities as needed.
• Responsibly uses the resources at own immediate disposal. 


TECHNICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CAPABILITY


Understanding and applying technical and functional knowledge and skills to accomplish work objectives, while keeping up to date with new developments in the subject area and continuing to enhance skills


Level 2:  Demonstrates working-level knowledge and ability.
• With guidance, completes common tasks that present limited difficulties.
• Reads standard documents to extract key information.
• Assists superiors in carrying out complex tasks.


TEAMWORK


Working collaboratively with others to achieve organizational goals


Level 4:  Coaches others and resolves conflicts.
• Coaches others on teamwork skills to promote high team performance.
• Provides constructive feedback to fellow team members.
• Facilitates beneficial resolutions to conflict among team members.


RESILIENCE


Staying energized, productive and focused in the face of challenges, ambiguity, change or strenuous demands, and creating a supportive environment that helps others become more resilient and productive


Level 3:  Adapts to ongoing or regular strenuous work demands.
• Retains perspective in the face of difficult or demanding situations (pervasive ambiguity, frequent change, heavy workloads).
• Describes disruptions as challenges rather than threats.
• Adjusts personal coping mechanisms to deal with disruptions.