The Prince Edward Island
Regulatory and Appeals Commission is seeking a Lands Protection Act
Analyst to fill a full-time temporary position for one year.
The primary purpose of the
position is to provide timely, accurate, and complete processing of
applications pursuant to the PEI Lands Protection Act and Regulations
(hereinafter referred to as the "LPA") to provide assistance to the
Commission to allow the Commission to make a recommendation to Executive
Council on applications pursuant to the LPA.
Analyze, process and review
applications submitted pursuant to the LPA and prepare submissions
to the Commission, the Minister, and Executive Council;
Respond to inquiries from
the public regarding the statutory and regulatory requirements of
Liaise with Government
departments and agencies, lawyers, and law firm personnel concerning
the application and administration of the LPA and land issues on
Conduct research and
analysis as requested by the Commission on all matters relating to
Assist in the administration
of the LPA declaration process and the land identification amendment
Assist with drafting and
making presentations to interest groups;
Assist in maintaining the
land information system and develop reports as required by the
Assist in developing
Commission policies and procedures related to land matters;
Provide such other
assistance as required by the Commission;
Carry out such other related
duties as may be assigned by the Commission.
Minimum of Grade 12.
Successful completion of a college diploma or university degree
program an asset.
Experience as a real estate
paralegal and an understanding of real estate transactions an asset.
Experience as a
corporate/commercial paralegal or working with corporate/commercial
documents and an understanding of corporate organization and
structures an asset.
Excellent analytical skills.
written communication, and editing skills are required.
Ability to maintain strict
Ability to read and
interpret legislation, policies and practice procedures and
Ability to function with
minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment.
Advanced computer skills
(Microsoft Office, Excel) and experience working with databases.
Excellent time management,
organizational, and decision making skills.
Previous experience in
dealing with clients and working within a legal office environment
The Commission offers a
competitive salary and benefits package with a salary range of $26.76 -
$31.85/hour (Level 14).
Qualified candidates are invited
to submit a detailed resume and cover letter in confidence no later than
4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 28, 2020.
Applications may be emailed to:
Jonah Clements, Director of Land
Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission
501-134 Kent Street, PO Box 577
Please ensure your application clearly demonstrates how you meet
the noted qualifications as applicants will be screened based on the
information provided. Minimum three (3) references are required; all
references will be contacted.
We would like to thank all applicants for their interest;
however, only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted.