About the team
Regulatory Affairs is a small, dynamic group of business, legal and policy professionals working on a wide variety of issues of high importance to BCE’s operations.
We support the company’s business objectives by developing and communicating Bell’s positions, requirements and other information to government departments and regulatory agencies, particularly the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), the Competition Bureau, as well as the Departments of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada and Canadian Heritage (together, the “Regulatory Bodies”).
Regulatory Affairs also ensures that the Company complies with all regulations by providing advice and guidance to BCE’s business units. Regulatory Affairs participates in a wide range of initiatives dealing with the company’s wireless, broadcasting, Internet and traditional telephone lines of business, and works closely with marketing, operations, government relations and communications groups on public policy issues.
Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, the successful candidate will:
– Prepare and/or coordinate written submissions to Regulatory Bodies
– Interface with network business unit members
– Provide guidance to BCE’s business units on regulatory issues, particularly those applicable to wholesale wireline services and network evolution
– Conduct research and analyses on telecommunications issues to assess their regulatory and business implications
– University degree
– Exceptional analytical, problem solving and writing skills, as well as excellent communications and interpersonal skills with the ability to convey complex ideas effectively
– Minimum of 5 years of relevant work experience
– High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
– Ability to work independently under stringent timeframes with great results
– Bilingual (English and French)
– Engineering degree or experience with wireline networks
– Related experience, preferably within the telecommunications industry
– Understanding of BCE’s operations and service offerings