The Inuulitsivik Health Centre (CSI), with more than 900 employees, is part of the health and social services network of Quebec, Nunavik region. It provides the population of the Hudson Bay Territory of approximately 7,000 people with front-line health and social services, including prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation and support. In addition, it provides youth protection services and management for the Nunavik region of Ullivik in Dorval. Its mission is to welcome Inuit people who need to receive health services in participating Montreal hospitals. The Inuit population is distributed in seven communities on the Hudson Bay coast from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Reporting to the Human Resources Director, you will assume an advisory and support role primarily in staffing, training, workforce planning, attendance management and work relations issues. You will be responsible for the proper application of the department’s policies (regional disparities, housing and others). You will contribute to the development of proactive human resources management using an approach based on rigour, fairness and humanity. In addition, you will be called upon to replace your work colleagues during their leave (human resources advisors, administrative technicians, etc.).
STAFFING AND WORKFORCE PLANNING COMPONENTS:
Support management staff in the administration of their human resources and in work organization;
Coordinate activities related to the recruitment, selection, hiring and transfer of personnel;
Search actively for new markets to recruit (Internet sites, newspapers, etc.);
Provide support to managers in the management of schedules and replacements;
Manage the mechanisms related to the movement of staff as well as temporary assignments resulting from callback and availability lists;
Meet new employees when they arrive to explain the particularities of the North and working conditions (policies, regional disparities, etc.);
Participates in the development, distribution and maintenance of a program to welcome and integrate new staff, and coordinates related administrative activities;
Ensures adequate follow-up on employee leave requests (deferred salary, maternity, paternity, adoption, parental, unpaid, etc.) in collaboration with the managers concerned and authorizes them in accordance with the collective agreements in effect.
Manage the positions record and plan the required personnel to meet the organization’s needs. Determine the positions to be staffed in collaboration with managers and apply the entire staffing process according to established procedures;
Participates in the task analysis of each authorized position, in the preparation of job descriptions and in the updating of the position profile. Collaborates in the drafting of mandates and job descriptions.
Open and close employee files and keep them up to date;
Enter data related to salary, work experience and leaves in Logibec;
Prepare experience certificates;
REGIONAL DISPARITIES COMPONENT:
Authorize shipping applications according to the rules set out in the collective agreements and the regional disparities policy;
Ensure that status changes are made in accordance with collective agreements, the policy on regional disparities and past practices;
WORK RELATIONS COMPONENT:
Manage grievances and warrants;
Authorize 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;
Contact, when necessary, available resources (AQESSS, lawyers, etc.) to ensure that the information provided is consistent;
Ensure the application of rules concerning staff compensation;
Ensure the consistent application and rigorous monitoring of departmental policies (overtime, regional disparities, housing, etc.);
ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT COMPONENT:
Check for the validity of unjustified absences;
Assume the medico-administrative management of wage-loss insurance files, litigious files and interventions in services to improve attendance at work.
Ensure quality interventions in medico-administrative files with a concern for continuous improvement and adequate customer service;
Provide a support role for unit managers who have difficulties or specific requests with respect to managing attendance at work and sustainable return to work.
Participate in organizational development files according to the IHC Directorate’s priorities.
Participate in the training of new employees in the work team;
Assume any other task within their competencies and at the request of their immediate supervisor.
Must have a three (3) year university degree in public administration or industrial relations or business management or in an appropriate academic discipline.
Five (5) years of experience in human resources management, including two (2) years in the health and social services network.
Ability to work within a multicultural work team;
Respect and understanding of Inuit culture and traditions;
Bilingualism (French and English) spoken and written;
Knowledge of Logibec and Outlook is considered an asset.
Knowledge of the Office Suite
Full time position based in Puvirnituq
Salary rate between 24.87$/h and 43.06$/h;
Isolation premium of 10 014$ (without dependent) or 17 651$ (with dependent) per year;
Cargo allowance of around 10 000$ per year per dependent;
Retention premium between 6 000$ and 10 750$;
Furnished housing provided;
Up to 16 weeks of absence per year.
**Person currently working in the health and social services network may apply for northern leave without pay (for up to 48 months) to work in Nunavik.**