Human Resources Manager

  • Thunder Bay
  • November 29, 2021
  • Salary/Pay: TBD

Website OSHKI-PIMACHE-O-WIN: THE WENJACK EDUCATION INSTITUTE

Established by Nishnawbe Aski Nation, The Oshki-Pimache-O-Win: The Wenjack Education Institute provides culturally appropriate education and training programs through blended delivery methods using e-learning platforms, attending on-campus sessions in Thunder Bay, and by distance learning. We offer choice, accessibility, flexibility in learning opportunities for people seeking new beginnings to improve the quality of their lives through education and training. We are looking for a highly energetic and dynamic individual for the fulltime position of Human Resources Manager. The Human Resource Manager will contribute to the overall success of Oshki-Pimache-O-Win: The Wenjack Education Institute as a member of the Finance and Human Resource Team by assisting with developing the Human Resource Department and providing support to staff. QUALIFICATIONS:
Education & Experience
• A diploma in Human Resources Management with 5 to 7 years in Senior Management experience or
• A degree in Business in Administration with a focus in Human Resources Management with 3 to 5 years in Senior Management experience
• Working towards or possess the designation of Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) or Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL)
• First Aid/CPR Certification
• Work Hazardous Materials Information Systems Certificate
Required Knowledge & Skills
The incumbent must have proficient knowledge in and be able to demonstrate the following skills:
 spreadsheets, and word processing programs, as well as email at a highly proficient level
 an excellent understanding of relevant government legislation and governing regulations as it relates to Human Resources
 an understanding of the northern cultural and political environment
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
• Must own a vehicle
• Ability to travel, as required
• Proof of receipt of two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
The specific duties and responsibilities to be performed include:
 Develop, maintain and recommend human resource policies for the Institute.
 Thorough understanding of current privacy legislation as it relates to Human Resources.
 Keep up to date with changes to employment legislation such as Canada Labour Code and Workplace Safety, Occupational Healthy and Safety and Human Rights.
 Keep up to date with changes to governments policy on COVID-19.
 Develop strategic plans for recruitment and performance management.
 Develop, prepare and edit job descriptions.
 Develop and Perform Compensation research & reviews.
 Develop a succession plan for all employees.
 Participate in Interviews.
 Lead role on Health & Safety committee.
 Recruit, interview, and assist with selecting well-qualified staff.
 Determine and order equipment/resources needed for new employees.
 Ensure that personnel files are securely stored and confidentiality is maintained.
 Ensure new hires receive a health and safety orientation to the Institute and any necessary training.
 Assist the Directors to ensure performance evaluations are completed in a timely manner.
 Assist with recommending professional development and training for staff.
 Administration of all human resource investigations, complaints and discipline matters.
 Process WSIB documentation and claims.
 Process all Short and Long Term Disability Claims.
 Develop return to work plans as part of WSIB, Short and Long Term Disability return to work requirements.
 Management of Benefits, Employee Pension, and Public Salary disclosure.
 Annual Reconciliation for WSIB and Annual Information Return for Pension.
 Coordinate, plan and assist Finance Officer with processing of payroll when the Finance Officer will be absent.
Office administration, regulations, and technology
 Evaluate the need for new technology to meet the organization’s human resource information system, controls, and reporting requirements.
 Monitor all legislation relevant to the organization (Canada Labor Code, Workplace Safety Insurance Act, Occupational Health and Safety, Human Rights, etc.) to ensure compliance.
Developed Competencies
The incumbent must also demonstrate success in the following areas:
 ability to exercise excellent judgment in handling confidential information
 ability to consider and advise on the consequences of various courses of action, including an understanding of the impacts on other activities
 strong oral and written communication skills
 strong sense of responsibility and ability to work with minimal supervision
 ability to manage multiple tasks, organize priorities, and meet deadlines
 strong interpersonal skills for the development of strong working relationships
 ability to analyze information, plan strategically, and demonstrate initiative
 detailed attention for a high level of accuracy
 excellent leadership skills and team-building ability
Personal Attributes
The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:
 strict adherence to confidentiality
 honesty and trustworthiness
 respect
 cultural awareness and sensitivity
 flexibility
 self-motivation
 team-orientation
 diplomacy, tact, and sound judgment
Leadership
 Liaise and consult with the Directors and staff on critical issues affecting Human Resources.
 Responsible for the efficient and effective implementation of the Institute’s Human Resource policies and procedures in coordination with the Director of Operations.
ACCOUNTABILITY:
 The Human Resource Manager is responsible to the Director of Operations for implementing her/his duties and responsibilities on a day to day basis.
 The Human Resource Manager will be accountable to the President for overall work performance according to the Personnel Policies and Procedures.
Please see full job description at http://www.oshki.ca/.

This position offers a competitive salary. If you are interested in this exciting employment opportunity please submit your letter of interest, a resume, with three references (two must be employment related), to:
PRESIDENT
Oshki-Pimache-O-Win: The Wenjack Education Institute
106 Centennial Square, 2nd Floor
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 1H3
Fax: (807) 622-1818
e-mail: info@oshki.ca
Closing Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2021 at 4 pm
Note: Oshki-Pimache-O-Win: The Wenjack Education Institute encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, men, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and visible minorities. While we appreciate all applications for this position, only those who are selected for an interview will be contacted

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