HUMAN RESOURCES ADVISOR/ASSISTANT
The Stz’uminus First Nation, located just north of Ladysmith, BC is seeking the services of a qualified and experienced Human Resources Advisor/Assistant. The successful applicant will provide HR support and general assistance to the Administrator and as well as provide HR support through ongoing tasks and initiatives to directors and managers.
Core responsibilities of the position include:
- Responsibilities for all recruitment, hiring, and exiting administrative duties including:
o Assisting with determining hiring needs
o Preparing and placing hiring advertisements
o Monitoring hiring practices and ensuring policies and procedures are followed
o Prepare offer letters, new hire packages, and new hire announcements
o Attend all new hire and exit interviews
o Validate and maintain all administration and HR forms, documents, and files
o Set up systems and processes for efficient and effective HR management
o Coach and advise management on a variety of HR issues, both in a union and non-union environment
- Provide advice and support managers on performance management, including improvement notices and action plans, as well as termination procedures and requirements.
- Facilitation, tracking, and monitoring the completion of all performance evaluations
- Research HR best practices and stay up to date on federal legislation
- Provide HR reports and statistics to management
- Design and develop internal information systems, presentations, forms, and templates to support HR management processes and procedures.
- Seeking out funding opportunities and completing and submitting funding applications
- General office-related administrative functions as directed by the Administrator
- Attending meetings, taking and transcribing meeting minutes
Education, Skills and Qualifications
- A minimum of 2 years experience in a significant HR generalist role
- Post secondary degree with concentration in Human Resources or CHRP designation and equivalent work experience required
- Problem solving and conflict resolution skills
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills
- Excellent organizational and office management skills
- Ability to co-ordinate multiple tasks in a busy work environment
- Computer literacy (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.)
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Dependability and reliability
- Flexibility and adaptability to changing circumstances.
- Strong work ethic, and a high respect for confidentiality
- Creativity and innovation
- Positive attitude and great initiative
- Valid driver's licence and a satisfactory criminal records check
Interested applicants are asked to submit a cover letter, detailed resume, and three references by mail, email, or fax to:
12611A Trans Canada Highway
Ladysmith, BC V9G 1M5
Salary is negotiable and will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, March 14, 2013