A look at a range of positions available across the country
Each week, Canadian HR Reporter is sharing some of the top HR-related job opportunities from across Canada.
Human resources advisor
McGill University in Montreal is looking for a human resources advisor who will oversee recruitment activities, and guide and advise academic staff on the process of hiring and training teaching assistants, research assistants/associates, graduate students and post-docs. The advisor will also provide professional expertise and advice on the application of human resources policies and procedures, and collective agreements. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree with three years of related work experience. Full details are available here.
Human resources manager
C.O.L Retirement in Southampton, Ont. who will establish and implement policies and procedures and train, direct and motivate staff. The manager will also respond to employee questions and complaints, and organize and administer staff consultation and grievance procedures. Candidates must have a bachelor's degree with one year to less than two years of work experience. Full details are available here.
Human resources specialist
Western University in London, Ont. is looking for a human resources specialist who will provide support to the director across a broad range of staff human resource functions, including staff recruitment, job design and descriptions, onboarding and orientation, training, maintenance and development of policies and procedures, record management and reporting, and process improvement, as required. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in business management/administration, human resources/industrial relations or a related field, with five years of work experience in human resources administration, preferably in a unionized environment. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
SPAR Canada in Vaughan, Ont. is looking for a human resources generalist who will review and evaluate applications to identify qualified candidates and conduct initial screenings to assess applicants' qualifications and suitability. The generalist will also select candidates for shortlisting and presenting to the hiring manager, and provide letters of confirmation of employment. Candidates must have a college and/or university degree with one to three years of experience as a human resources generalist. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
The Yukon government in Whitehorse is looking for a human resources generalist who will oversee disability programs, including facilitating return to work and accommodation. The generalist will also participate and/or provide expertise in local collective agreement bargaining, and provide input into relevant programs, policies and procedures. Candidates must have a degree in human resources or business administration with a major in HR or labour relations, plus three years of related work experience. Full details are available here.