A look at a range of opportunities available across the country
Each week, Canadian HR Reporter is sharing some of the top HR-related job opportunities from across Canada:
Human resources business partner
Island Health in Victoria is looking for a human resources partner who will provide HR advice and coaching to leaders in their client group in order to develop and implement human resource and talent strategies, improve service, achieve goals and resolve issues. The business partner will also provide interpretation and advice related to collective agreements, non-contract terms and conditions, legal statutes and organizational policy, and collaborate with leaders to negotiate resolution to labour relations and employee relations issues. Full details are available here.
Human resources manager
Halifax Public Libraries in Nova Scotia is looking for a human resources manager who will act as a key advisor to the people and culture team and the organization, and will establish effective working relationships, collaborative work approaches. The manager will also support the library’s transition to a new staffing model. Candidates must have a university degree in human resources, business/commerce, industrial relations or a related discipline, with at least five years of progressively responsible experience in a unionized environment, including experience in managing a team of professional and support staff. Full details are available here.
Human resources advisor
Canadian Security Intelligence Service in Ottawa is looking for a human resources advisor who will provide expertise/advice on various human resources matters and assess human resources processes and activities to enhance their effectiveness and ensure they are conducted according to policies. The advisor will also conduct interviews, develop and evaluate assessment tools and give constructive feedback for internal and external candidates. Full details are available here.
Human resources business partner
Metrolinx in Toronto is looking for a human resources business partner who will provide effective human resource advisory services and solutions integrating the full suite of HR offerings. The business partner will also provide HR leadership and advice to business leaders on employee and labour relations issues, and liaise with business leaders, employees, internal colleagues and relevant external contacts. Candidates must have a university degree or college diploma in a related discipline to human resources management with at least six years of progressively responsible and related generalist experience. Full details are available here.
Human resources officer
Shoreside Workforce in Richmond, B.C. is looking for a human resources officer who will identify current and prospective staffing requirements, prepare and post notices and advertisements and collect and screen applications. The officer will also advise managers and employees on staffing policies and procedures, and organize and administer staff consultation and grievance procedures. Candidates must have a university degree or college diploma in a related field or completion of a professional development program in personnel administration, with one to two years of related work experience. Full details are available here.