- Works with managers to determine their HR priorities to develop a Human Resources annual plan for NACCA
- Identifies staffing priorities, training, cross training and development needs to inform HR planning, talent management and succession plan priorities
- Ensures managers are trained on, and conducting performance evaluations including addressing and tracking performance issues
- Ensures managers and staff are aware of and fulfilling their obligations with respect to Occupational Health and Safety
- Develops, coordinates and provides advice on leave management, leave tracking and approvals that are aligned to legislation and NACCA policies
- Ensures job descriptions and staffing requirements are current and aligned to NACCA’s business objectives
- Recommends recruiting strategies, provides posting content and completes initial candidate screening
- Provides managers with effective selection tools as well as training as needed
- Leads the identification, development, and updates to HR policies procedures and tools aligned to the culture and priorities of NACCA and in compliance with legislation and the collective agreement.
- Develops and maintains external relationships and establishes a network of professional contacts within diverse organizations to share HR best practices
- Provides information and advice to managers and staff on human resource policies, initiatives, and programs
- Develops and updates user procedures, guidelines and related support documentation for HR programs and practices
- Provides guidance to managers on hiring rates within salary ranges at NACCA
- Ensure compensation structure and practices are current and market competitive
- Ensures new staff are enrolled in, and understand their benefits
- Implements practices that promote an engaged workforce working within a respectful work environment
- Supports the resolution of formal and informal conflicts in the workplace including providing advice and support to staff for problem-solving or conflict resolution with their managers
- Researches formal and informal dispute policies and procedures to adapt to NACCA’s workplace environment
- Supports the negotiation of the collective agreement, providing required data, trends and research
- Coordinates and supports the grievance process ensuring compliance with policies and the collective agreement
- Knowledge of benefits legislation and of compensation principles and best practices.
- Post-Secondary degree in Human Resources or related discipline from a recognized university
- Post-secondary degree in Human Resources or Labour Relations and CHRL designation.
- 4 years of related human resources experience including experience advising managers on HR practices and legislative requirements
- 6 years of related human resources experience including experience providing advice and programs in a unionized environment
CONTACT: Kim Innes at firstname.lastname@example.org
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