Career Opportunities - CPHR NL

Manager, Human Resources – Yukon Hospital Corporation

You will be part of an exceptional and passionate health care team in one of Canada’s most spectacular natural environments with vast and stunning wilderness at your doorstep. YHC is an integrated system of hospitals – Whitehorse General Hospital (55 beds) Watson Lake Community Hospital (6 beds) and Dawson City Community Hospital (6 beds). You will be based in Whitehorse, the Yukon’s capital city, and gateway to the territory. Here you have the best of both worlds have access to many modern amenities and services as well as your choice of outdoor activities and adventures. As Manager, Human Resources, you have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to take a leadership role to strive for the best care every time through effective strategic human resources management.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Director, People Services & Culture (PS&C), the incumbent leads YHC’s human resources function and related client services, including labour relations, employee relations, compensation, workforce development and recruitment. This position strongly supports business needs and ensures the proper implementation of the organization’s strategy and objectives by leading HR initiatives, promoting corporate values, helping build partner-based relationships (internally and externally) and developing people-focused policies, processes and programs.

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education in business, human resources management, or organizational effectiveness;
  • A minimum of five (5) years’ strategic human resources or labour relations management experience in a unionized environment preferably within a hospital or health authority as well as demonstrated success in progressive leadership roles;
  • Experience leading a high-performing team;
  • Experience leading organizational and cultural change;
  • Demonstrated experience with HR metrics and using data to solve real-world issues; and
  • CPHR or CHRL designation.

An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience may be considered.

Benefits:

Base Pay: $89,506.00 to $111,882.00

Hours: Regular Full-Time

Incentives: Comprehensive Benefits & Pension, Generous Vacation Time

Interested?

If you are ready to experience the Yukon and all that it has to offer, apply now quoting competition 2018-163, and email your resume to: wghjobs@wgh.yk.ca. For more information, please visit our careers page at: http://yukonhospitals.ca/careers/careeropportunities.

Need more info? (To help plan your upcoming move)

www.yukonhospitals.ca                         www.whitehorse.ca                                www.gov.yk.ca

For the complete job posting visit our website at www.yukonhospitals.ca

 

Manager, Organizational Development

You will be part of an exceptional and passionate health care team in one of Canada’s most spectacular natural environments with vast and stunning wilderness at your doorstep. YHC is an integrated system of hospitals – Whitehorse General Hospital (55 beds) Watson Lake Community Hospital (6 beds) and Dawson City Community Hospital (6 beds). You will be based in Whitehorse, the Yukon’s capital city, and gateway to the territory. Here you have the best of both worlds have access to many modern amenities and services as well as your choice of outdoor activities and adventures. As Manager, Organizational Development, you have a one-of-a-kind opportunity to take a leadership role in delivering solutions to grow our people’s knowledge and capacity to achieve successful and effective organizational change and performance.

Position Summary:

Working closely and collaboratively with team leaders and the People Services & Culture team, the incumbent will develop, implement and support structures, systems, processes and programs around culture and engagement, performance management, talent management, leadership development, change management, succession planning, learning & development, and competency frameworks at the organization and work unit level to support an effective workforce.

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrated understanding and five (5) years’ experience developing and successfully implementing organizational development programs and initiatives;
  • Demonstrated experience with writing curriculum and developing technical and leaders’ materials;
  • Proven track record in effectively influencing and navigating across organizational boundaries and building strong partnerships that produce mutual results; and
  • Experience working in complex systems or previous healthcare settings.
  • University degree with additional training and/or focus in Human Resources Management, Organizational Development or a closely related field such as Adult Education or Change Management are considered desirable

An equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience may be considered.

Benefits:

Base Pay: $81,345.00 to $101,681.00

Hours: Regular Full-Time

Incentives: Comprehensive Benefits & Pension, Generous Vacation Time

Interested?

If you are ready to experience the Yukon and all that it has to offer, apply now quoting competition 2018-162, and email your resume to: wghjobs@wgh.yk.ca. For more information, please visit our careers page at: http://yukonhospitals.ca/careers/careeropportunities.

Need more info? (To help plan your upcoming move)

www.yukonhospitals.ca                                      www.whitehorse.ca                                             www.gov.yk.ca

For the complete job posting visit our website at www.yukonhospitals.ca

 

Human Resources Officer

Corporate Services

Mount Pearl is a vibrant, progressive community with an exceptional quality of community life and a strong sense of home. We are home to 23,000 people who live, work and play here and our economy is dynamic and rooted in innovation and excellence. We are seeking a person who is strategically focused on the continual growth and community development of Mount Pearl.

The role

The purpose of this position is provide Human Resources strategic and transactional expertise, support, advice and guidance to all departments and employees of the City in all areas of Human Resources including full cycle recruitment and onboarding, benefits and pension administration, employee engagement and wellness, employer service, employee and labour relations, collective agreement administration, disability and attendance management, performance management and professional development, job classification and compensation administration, policy and procedure development, and perform research.

This position advises, coaches and works collaboratively with organizational leaders and employees to drive performance, productivity and engagement while proactively minimizing conflict and deploying best practices in Human Resources. This position also contributes to development and maintenance of organizational culture and influences behavioral change through motivation, communication and interpersonal influence; an understanding of personality, motivation and ability to flex personal communication style is required. This position has an administrative and technical leader impact across the organization and on the success of human resources programs.

The ideal candidate

The ideal candidate will possess an undergraduate degree in Human Resources, Labour Relations, Psychology, Business Administration with a focus in Human Resources, and/or other related education; experience in a Human Resources Generalist role including experience in recruitment, group benefits and pension, disability management, labour and employee relations in a unionized environment, wellness and recognition, collective agreement administration or an equivalent combination of experience and training acceptable to the City. The Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) Designation or willingness to obtain the same is considered an asset.

Our team is the place for you!

The City offers a respectful, safe and exciting work environment focused on public service; competitive compensation of $64,178 to $80,222 per annum; comprehensive programs in health and wellness; and a defined benefit pension with transfer-in options.

Review of applications will begin on November 19, 2018.

Interested applicants may apply, in confidence, by submitting a cover letter and resume in PDF format referencing the competition number Competition Number: COR-2018-60-EX to recruitment@mountpearl.ca.

The City thanks all interested applicants. Selected applicants will be notified if invited for an interview. To check the status of the competition or view the detailed job description please visit our website at http://mountpearl.ca/jobs/ or contact Human Resources at 709-748-1094.