Nursing Policy Analyst

Nursing Policy Analyst

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario is seeking a committed, knowledgeable and passionate RN to join our Nursing and Health Policy team.

This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to RNAO’s mission to advance healthy public policy and to promote the full participation of registered nurses in improving health and in shaping and delivering health services now and in the future.

The primary responsibilities of this role are to develop and formulate policy by identifying and analyzing critical nursing practice issues. The main focus of this role is public health nursing, primary care and home care, with participation in other sectors as needed. As Nursing Policy Analyst, you will be an integral contributor to the development of policy positions, policy statements, and a variety of other communications and reports.  You will representRNAOin a variety of settings with other stakeholders and the government.  You will also be responsible for environmental scanning of nursing practice, health, and social policy issues, and conducting research for policy development leading to preparation of background and/or position papers regarding nursing practice, research, education and administration.  

The successful candidate will be a member ofRNAOand theCollegeofNursesofOntario.  A Master’s degree in nursing, political science or a related field is required. A Nurse Practitioner designation is an asset. You will bring at least three years progressive experience to the role including prior experience in clinical nursing practice. Experience in the area of public health nursing, primary care or home care and s strong knowledge of health and social policy issues is a must in this role. The successful candidate will possess superior writing skills.  This is a full-time position. Salary commensurate with experience. RNAO is a member of HOOPP.

Please submit your resume by May 7, 2017 to,


We thank all applicants for their applications, and qualified candidates will be contacted