The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with more than 900 employees, is part of the Québec health and social services network in the Nunavik region. It provides front-line health and social services, notably for prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation and support, for the population of approximately 7 000 persons of the Hudson subregion. Moreover, it provides services related to youth protection as well as the management, on behalf of the Nunavik region, of Ullivik, located in Dorval. The Ullivik’s mission is to receive Inuit travelling South to receive health services from participating Montréal hospitals. The Inuit population is distributed among the seven communities along the Hudson Bay coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Under LCHC Program and Liaison Services Leader, the employee complements by sharing the stakes of the Nursing Branch and contributing to the success. The employee has an important support role in staffing, planning manpower and managing absenteeism and material resources that are necessary to LCHC nursing care. He or she ensures the proper application of policies of the Nursing Branch and establishes the collective agreements. He or she contributes to developing a proactive management of human resources with a firm, fair and human approach.
Under LCHC Program and Liaison Services Leader, the employee:
• Supports the Program Leader in managing human resources and work organization;
• Coordinates activities related to recruitment, selection, hiring, transfer of personnel with the Human Resources Branch;
• Manages work schedules and replacements;
• Prepares assignments.
• Manages mechanisms related to staff travels and temporary assignments based on recall lists and availabilities;
• Ensures an adequate follow-up on employees' leaves (self-financed, maternity, paternity, adoption, parental, unpaid, etc.) with the Program Leader.
• Manages supply orders for the seven points of service.
• Checks and authorizes expenses accounts.
• Authorizes timesheets.
• Manages and meets non-clinical requests from the personnel under the responsibility of the Program Leader.
• Perform tasks normally performed by the administrative technician of the Nursing Branch when she is absent, such as:
a. Making plane reservations for the nursing personnel, when necessary.
b. Making follow-ups on contracts/invoices for agencies.
• Participate in guiding new employees.
• Make requests for different computer access codes for new employees.
• Fill in housing applications for employees in Puvirnituq when the administrative technician is absent.
• Assume any other tasks within their field of competence when requested by the immediate supervisor.
Three-year bachelor's degree in public administration or industrial relations or in business management or in an appropriate academic discipline;
Five (5) years in human resources management, including two (2) years in the health and social services network.
Capacity to take decisions; developed sense of initiative and autonomy;
Capacity to manage multiple requests simultaneously and to adapt to new encountered problems;
Capacity to work in a multicultural team;
Respect and comprehension of the Inuit culture and traditions;
Bilingualism (French and English) written and spoken;
Knowledge of Logibec and Lotus Notes is an asset;
Knowledge of the Office Suite.
Permanent full time position based in Puvirnituq
Salary rate between 24.87$/hr and 43.06$/hr
Maximum of 16 weeks of leave per year;
3 to 4 annual exits depending on status;
Freight premium $ 115.64 / week;
Retention premium $ 114.99 / week;
Remoteness premium $ 191.93 / week without dependents, $ 338.29 / week with dependents;
Furnished accommodation provided;
Air transport paid by the center;