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Human Resources Manger

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Job Order #: 6065409

NOC: 0112
Employer Name:
Meadow Lake Tribal Council
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University Bachelor's Degree
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Employer Name:
Meadow Lake Tribal Council
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Pete Rojaiye
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306 229 1122
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The Manager of Human Resources position is responsible for leading the Human Resources function for the entire Child and Family Services department in collaboration with Meadow Lake Tribal Councils HR department. This position reports directly to the Senior Director of Child and Family Agency and indirectly to the Board of the Child and Family Agency. The Manager of Human Resources works collegially as part of the MLTC Child and Family Service Department and in collaboration with the 9 Meadow Lake First Nations. This position is expected to work with the MLFNs HR department and outside agencies in order to meet the HR needs of MLTC Child and Family Agency and the MLFN Communities.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Child and Family Services HR Strategy:
    Assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of MLTC Educations HR strategy, including attracting, motivating and retaining the qualified people relative to comparable organizations.
    Translate the organizations strategic plan into issues, priorities, and HR strategies & objectives.
    Contributes to the development of the organizations vision, goals, and strategies with a focus on human capabilities.
    Develop a strategy for recruitment and retention of staff.

Support in the implementation of Bill C92
    Provide HR support to the MLTC Office of Child and Family Agency in collaboration with the MLTC HR Department.
    Provide functional and strategic HR support to the communities in the nine (9) First Nation Communities.
    Provide support to hiring managers at the 9 MLFN with recruitment, selection of employees and interviews. This may include development and/or changes to all relevant policies and procedures.

    Supervise hiring of staff in collaboration with the Education Senior A

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