Closing date: 2023/08/31

Job title: Analyst – 3rd Posting – P2223.025

Category of employment: Professionnals

School / Centre / Department: School Organization and School Affairs

Status of position: Full-Time Regular Position (35 hours)

The Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board is seeking to fill the above-mentioned position of Analyst for the School Organization and School Affairs department. We are seeking experienced candidates who share the core values of the SWLSB, are able to demonstrate skills in effective communication, and are accountable, rigorous and solution- oriented.


The Coordinator of School Organization and School Affairs


The position of analyst encompasses, in particular, responsibility for the analysis, development, coordination and control of systems, methods, procedures and programs pertaining, among others, to administrative organization and operations, communication structures, data processing by computer or by other means and the rational use of school board resources.


• Conducts the necessary analysis to meet the department and/or organization needs in terms of information
• Presents statistics and prepares documents or reports
• Coordinates and ensures the implementation of processes, ensures that deadlines are respected and proposes the required corrective measures
• Collaborates with all stakeholders to deliver solutions to ensure sound decision-making organizational efficiency
• Creates best practices procedures to increase support effectiveness
• Configures and adjust application settings to meet specific organizational needs
• Conducts regular data verifications in schools to ensure data accuracy and compliance of procedures
• Provides advice and support to department, school and center administrators for the use of GRICS pedagogical software
• Conducts and participates in training and coaching of support staff
• Acts as a resource and a liaison during critical periods when additional support is required
• Performs all other related duties assigned by the immediate supervisor


• Ability to efficiently manage your time, to prioritize requests and to work effectively under pressure
• Client-centered and solution-focused approach
• Ability to actively listen to others, to ask pertinent questions and to communicate well with all stakeholders
• Ability to think proactively about the pros and cons of applying different solutions
• Commitment to excellence and a passion for teamwork


• A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate specialty, notably computer science;
• Minimum of two (2) years of experience with GRICS pedagogical software (notably GPI – JADE – TOSCA);
• Excellent knowledge of French and English, spoken and written;
• Strong analytical, planning and problem-solving abilities;
• Excellent knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook;
• Excellent interpersonal skills.


• Knowledge of remote access processes to support users over the phone, of customer support processes and practices, and of troubleshooting methods;
• Experience with organizing and conducting training sessions


To be determined in accordance with the Collective Agreement for the non-teaching professionals as well as the practices and policies of the school board (min. $48,689 – max. $83,462). In addition to salary, you will enjoy a range of fringe benefits, such as:
• Four (4) weeks of annual vacation;
• Two (2) weeks off during the holiday season;
• Special days off to facilitate work-life balance;
• Defined-benefit pension plan;
• Health insurance plan;
• Employee and family program.


• A cover letter;
• A resumé detailing qualifications and experience.

To Apply

Should you send your application via internal mail, please ensure that the courier schedule will enable your application to be received by the Human Resources Department prior to the closing date. You may confirm receipt of your application via e-mail or by contacting Ms. Debora Mortelliti at 450-621-5600, extension 1323.

The School Board reserves the right to determine whether the position requirements are met in whole or in part. Only those candidates retained for an interview will be contacted.

The Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board has implemented an Equal Access Employment Program and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal peoples, members of visible and ethnic minorities, and handicapped persons



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