The Access and Privacy Branch of the Ministry of Justice is seeking a reliable and conscientious individual to provide processing and research support in a high volume work environment with tight deadlines. In this position you will focus on processing access to information requests received by the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Corrections and Policing. You will be responsible for logging requests, initiating search requests for records, tracking search progress, identifying exemptions within responsive material, severing the material according to program direction and legislated requirements, and preparing responses for signature.
The successful candidate will bring experience dealing with personal and confidential information. Also they will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills in order to effectively communicate verbally and in writing to a wide range of audiences throughout the Ministry which includes facilitation of group training and/or workshops. You will provide ongoing research support to senior staff within the branch in the areas of Access and Privacy in accordance with The Freedom of Information and Protection and Privacy Act, andThe Health Information Protection Act, related research of The Office of the Saskatchewan Privacy Commissioner Reviews, and/or assist in research involving potential Privacy Investigations.
You will also be responsible for maintaining office processes and procedures, assisting with mail, filing, records management, and administrative functions for the branch including providing administrative support where needed. Experience working with Adobe Acrobat DC and Microsoft Office Suite of applications in order to design, format and/or modify, complex documents is required.