Under the supervision of the HRD, you will take on an advisory and support role primarily in staffing, training, workforce planning, workplace presence management and labour relations. You will need to ensure that the department's policies (regional disparities, housing and others) are properly implemented. You will contribute to the development of proactive human resource management in an approach that combines rigour, fairness and humanity. In addition, you will be asked to replace your co-workers while they are away (human resources consultants, administrative technicians, etc.).
STAFFING AND WORKFORCE PLANNING:
• Supporting senior staff in the administration of their human resources and in the organization of work;
• Coordinating activities related to recruitment, selection, hiring and transfer of staff;
• Actively research for new markets to recruit (websites, newspapers, etc.);
• Support managers in managing schedules and replacements;
• Manage mechanisms related to staff displacement and temporary assignments resulting from recall and availability lists;
• Meet new employees when they arrive and explain the specifics of the North and working conditions (policies, regional disparities, etc.);
• Participate in the development, distribution and maintenance of a program to welcome and integrate new staff, and coordinate related administrative activities;
• Ensure adequate follow-up of employee leave requests (deferred treatment, maternity, paternity, adoption, parental, unpaid, etc.) in collaboration with the managers concerned and authorize them according to existing collective agreements.
• Manage the job registry and plan the personnel required to meet the needs of the organization. Determine which positions to be staffed in collaboration with managers and apply the entire staffing process in accord view of the established procedure;
• Participate in the analysis of the tasks of each authorized position, the preparation of job descriptions and the updating of the job profile. Collaborates in drafting mandates and job descriptions.
• Open and close employee files and keep them up to date;
• Enter data related to salary, work experience and leave in Logibec;
• Prepare certificates of experience;
• Allow applications for shipping under the rules of collective agreements and regional disparities policy;
• Ensure that changes in statutes are made in accordance with collective agreements, regional disparities policy and past practices;
LABOUR RELATIONS COMPONENT:
• Manage grievances and warrants;
• Allow union releases and follow-up;
• Disseminate information related to the interpretation and application of collective agreements and other employment contracts;
• Answer questions from employees and managers of the organization
• Inquire, when necessary, from available resources (AQESSS, lawyers, etc.) of the compliance of the information given;
• Ensure that staff compensation rules are enforced;
• Ensure consistent enforcement and rigorous monitoring of departmental policies (overtime, regional disparities, housing, etc.);
WORKPLACE ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT COMPONENT:
• Check the validity of unjustified absences;
• Take on the medico-administrative management of salary insurance files, contentious files and interventions in services to improve attendance at work.
• Ensure quality interventions in medico-administrative files with the concern for continuous improvement and adequate customer service;
• Provide a support role to unit managers with specific challenges or demands for managing work presence and sustainable return.
Participate in organizational development files according to the line-ups of the CSI Direction.
Participate in the training of new employees in the Human Resources team.
Assume any other related tasks within human resources competencies and skills requested by immediate superior.
• Must posses a three (3) year university degree specialised in either public administration or industrial relations or organizations management or any other appropriate specification.
• Must posses five (5) years of experience in human resources management, two (2) of them being in the health and social services network.
• Capacity to work in a multicultural team.
• Respect and comprehension of the inuit culture and traditions.
• Bilingualism (french and english) spoken and written.
• Knowledge of Logibec and Lotus Notes is considered 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;