The incumbent will be responsible for the recruitment, selection, and staffing processes within a large multi-union environment.
The incumbent will deliver subject specific expertise and exemplary customer service to a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders to provide a positive experience for all employees and employment candidates. After hours’ work may be required during peak staffing periods.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Organize and manage all aspects of internal and external recruitment, and selection processes across a diverse range of employee groups
- Develop and implement creative strategies to reach high quality talent pools while ensuring recruitment and selection processes are barrier-free, fair, equitable, open and transparent
- Ensure accurate processing of wage and salary administration in compliance with the collective agreements and Board Policies and Procedures
- Organize the flow of confidential information related to recruitment, selection and scheduled staffing processes including input and maintenance of employee information in the HRIS system
- Participate on interview panels to determine successful candidates as needed
- Organize and attend job fairs to source specific talent pools as needed
- Manage on-boarding and orientation processes for all new hires
- Administer and coordinate system-wide internal staffing processes in accordance with provincial legislation and collective agreement language
- Provide timely and accurate advice regarding recruitment strategies, staffing policies, employment legislation, and collective agreements for senior management, supervisory staff, principals, and employees
- Establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with union officials and a variety of internal and external stakeholders
- Work in partnership with other members of the Human Resources Department to support changes in employee status and staff transitions
- Develop and implement quality human resources service initiatives; supporting a variety of special projects; other related duties as assigned.
- Completion of post-secondary education in Human Resources Management combined with a minimum of two years of experience in a human resources capacity in the public sector or equivalent as determined by the Board
- Minimum three (3) years of recruitment experience, preferably in a dedicated Human Resources position.
- CHRP, CHRL or RPR designation is considered an asset.
- Demonstrated experience coordinating recruitment and selection processes for unionized and non-unionized employee groups
- Comprehensive knowledge and experience in human resources practices and processes, relevant provincial and federal legislation, and collective agreements
- Knowledge of Human Resources, Payroll and Benefit processes
- Excellent research, analytical, organizational, problem solving and strategic thinking skills.
- Highly developed interpersonal skills with the ability to build collaborative working relationships and provide exemplary service to a diverse group of internal and external stakeholders
- Demonstrated effective leadership, coordination, organizational and planning skills
- Demonstrated attention to detail and accuracy, ability to meet timelines and maintain confidentiality
- Demonstrated commitment to working in a diverse school community and/or work environment
- Computer literacy an asset; proficiency with Microsoft Suite including Word, E-mail, Excel, PowerPoint and ACCESS would be advantageous
- Previous experience with education sector staffing processes considered an asset.