POSITION: HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR (3 POSITIONS)
DEPARTMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES AND PAYROLL SERVICES
COMPETITION NUMBER: COORDRH2102-02
LOCATION: NUNAVIK COMMUNITY TO BE DETERMINED
STATUS: FULL-TIME REGULAR POSITION
STARTING DATE: MARCH 2021
Kativik Ilisarniliriniq (KI) is a school board offering educational services in the 14 communities of Nunavik.
The Human Resources (HR) Coordinator provides, at the local level, the necessary daily HR support and guidance to assigned managers and employees in the areas of recruitment, labor relations, payroll, and any other HR-related initiative.
FUNCTION & DUTIES:
Under the supervision of the Director of Human Resources and in collaboration with the Assistant Directors of HR, the Coordinator must, in particular:
Collaborate with Centre Directors (CDs) to identify staffing needs and to update all job postings, questionnaires and other tools for local recruitment;
Coordinate the hiring process from the job posting, selection, onboarding through to the end of the probationary period;
Provide on a regular basis the recruitment department with data and information about local recruitment plans and activities for monitoring and reporting purposes;
Provide regional and local insights, data, and information about recruitment trends and practices; make recommendations to the supervisor and the Assistant Director for recruitment.
Provide managers and staff with guidance and support on the application and interpretation of By-Laws, Collective Agreements, Directives, and any other HR-related instructions or guidelines;
Receive, review and transfer claims or questions to the Labor Relations team in Montreal; provide the necessary feedback to the manager or employee if required;
Contribute to the documentation of labor relations issues;
Participate as required in labor relations committees and meetings;
Ensure the application of Health and Safety rules and guidelines, and contribute to the improvement of the practices.
Provide managers and staff with information, guidance, and support regarding payroll matters;
Ensure the accurate and timely application of payroll actions and attendance management procedures; this includes, but is not limited to, staffing forms, absence reports, timesheets, etc.
Report any issues, discrepancies or employee claims.
Contribute to the collection and control of documents, data and information for the Payroll department.
Contribute to HR initiatives and projects;
Any other tasks required by the immediate supervisor.
An undergraduate degree in a relevant field certifying a minimum three-year university program or hold a senior or manager position;
Five (5) years of relevant experience.
The Board may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the afore-mentioned qualification requirements if it finds a suitable candidate who is a beneficiary of the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement and who accepts, as a condition of employment, to follow a training plan determined by the Board.
Oral and written Inuktitut is an asset;
Fluency in two of the three official languages of the school board (Inuktitut, English and French);
Knowledge of Inuit culture;
School board experience;
Experience in a unionized environment is an asset;
Excellent organizational and management skills;
Be willing to travel frequently to different Nunavik communities.
CLASSIFICATION / SALARY / BENEFITS:
Class 00-07* as per the working conditions of KI’s managers: from $79,447 à $105,927 annually depending on qualifications and experience.
*HOUSING IS NOT PROVIDED*
(Inuit beneficiaries will be eligible for a housing premium)
In addition to salary, you may be eligible for other benefits such as:
30 days of annual vacation
Up to 10 recuperation days
Two weeks of vacation during the Holiday season
and, when applicable, additional benefits such as:
All benefits are prorated based on the percentage of the task.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS: 4:00 pm, March 1st, 2021
SEND APPLICATION BY EMAIL TO:
You must indicate COORDRH2102-02 in the subject of the e-mail.
Only those candidates under consideration will be contacted.