The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

  • Regulatory Analyst

    Job Locations CA-MB-Winnipeg
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Regulatory Affairs
    Close Date
  • Overview

    As the Regulatory Analyst, you will be responsible for the coordination and submission of the annual General Rate Application (GRA). You will provide the Director of Regulatory Affairs with support and solutions related to process, issues, and areas of importance or interest to the GRA and related regulatory matters.


    • Assist in the development of the GRA and other materials for filing at Public Utilities Board (PUB) proceedings.
    • Assist in developing the rate application, including assuring quality, establishing timelines and coordinating resources across corporate departments.
    • Review the previous year's GRA to identify strengths and weaknesses, conduct research and prepare materials that will assist with future GRAs.
    • Provide well-researched insight for addressing regulatory issues, new strategies and positions on regulatory initiatives.
    • Contribute to the development and revision of regulatory policies, procedures and internal processes related to regulatory requirements set out by the PUB.
    • Provide consultative and technical advice to GRA contributors, regarding regulatory initiatives, issues and proceedings.
    • Assess and interpret regulatory decisions to determine trends and future concerns.
    • Propose mitigation strategies and responses to emerging trends and future concerns.

    Education & Experience


    • Degree in economics, law, business, political science or a related field.
    • Graduate degree in a related field is an asset.
    • Professional designation in a related field is an asset.
    • Training or certification in project management is an asset.


    • Several years of relevant regulatory or industry experience providing consulting services to management in a business environment.
    • Experience in rate regulation litigations, including conducting analysis and providing recommendations on regulatory filings, is an asset.
    • Experience interpreting, analyzing and critiquing financial and business information is an asset.
    • Experience in the planning and execution of projects and initiatives is a definite asset.

    Special Skills & Requirements

    • Strong knowledge of the insurance industry and related regulations and acts.
    • Strong knowledge of cost of service based rate regulation, and quasi-judicial tribunal process.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Proven analytical ability.
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills, including the ability to work with changing priorities and timelines.
    • Proficient in applicable office software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, SharePoint).


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