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Job Order #: 5852274

Employer Name:
Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre Inc.
Wage/Salary Info:
competitive salary
Posted Date:
03-Dec-2021
Location:
NORTH BATTLEFORD
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Length of Employment:
Permanent
Apply By:
07-Jan-2022
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Employer Name:
Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre Inc.

Contact Name:
vicki towriss

Contact Phone:
3063709429

Contact Email:
vicki.towriss@gmail.com

Employer Website:
https://brt6hc.ca



Description

Reporting directly to the Executive Director, this position provides expertise on all aspects of human resource management including, but not limited to: human resources policy and administration; training and development; talent management; performance management; recruitment and retention; compensation and job evaluation; and occupational health and safety.
This position works collaboratively with the BRT6HC leadership team to maintain best practices in employee/labour relations and employment standards, keeping informed on emerging developments, industry trends and leading practices in human resources.
This position supervises a human resource employee.
Qualification:
a degree/diploma in Business administration, Commerce or other related discipline with a major in human resources or an equivalent combination of directly related experience and training;
- A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) is preferred.
- minimum of 5 years of related work experience3, including supervising and leading employees
- Demonstrated experience in a wide range of human resource management expertise including policy development, organizational development, talent management and employee relations;
Thorough knowledge of labour legislation, occupational health and safety and related employment standards;
- Previous working experience and understanding of First Nations people and a willingness to learn about and accept First Nations cultures.

 

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