Human Resource Manager

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14 January 2022

Position: Human Resources Manager
Starting Range: Under review
Location: Administration Office – Garden River First Nation
Report to: Executive Director

Position Summary
Reporting to the Executive Director of Garden River First Nation, the Human Resources Manager will be responsible for a broad range of human resources services for Garden River First Nation and supporting the Elected Chief and Council. The Human Resources Manager shall be responsible for but not limited to reviewing current GRFN policies and making recommendations to the Chief and Council or designate, maintaining and monitoring confidential employee files and documents, monitoring health and safety programs, assisting with recruitment of staff performance management and staff relations. The Human Resources Manager functions within legislative requirements, regulations, policies and procedures and the Mission, Beliefs and Vision of the Garden River First Nation, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities. Garden River First Nation employs approximately 300, fulltime, part time, and contract employees.

• Manage, lead and develop the HR administrative team
• Manage payroll and benefits administration for GRFN employees
• Provide advice, support, and collaborate with managers and directors
• Develop and implement strategy to attract, recruit and retain talented employees
• Develop, update and recommend new HR policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with applicable legislation
• Develop performance management strategy and oversee the performance evaluation process
• Support managers with attendance management, disability management
• Promote and ensure a safe workplace environment
• Perform other duties as may be required or assigned

• Post secondary education related to human resources — CHRP/CHRL designation is an asset
• Minimum five years’ human resources management experience and other related managerial experience
• Strong working knowledge of current employment legislation (previous experience with Canada Labour Code is an asset)
• Demonstrated experience with HRIS systems (e.g. Dayforce)
• Superior oral and written communication combined with strong presentation and facilitation skills
• Demonstrated experience with conflict resolution and workplace investigation
• Ability to set priorities and identify plans of action
• Ability to work effectively with employees and community members of GRFN
• Demonstrated sensitivity to and knowledge to the First Nation cultural values and traditions
• Ability to use good judgment in assessing difficult situations
• Ability to be consistent and display a positive/helpful attitude
• Flexibility required to keep pace with an ever-changing environment
• Willingness to accept changes in work practices and technology
• Stamina, sensitivity and strong negotiation and advocacy skills
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a member of a team
• Excellent organizational skills, time management skills, interpersonal and communications skills, both oral and written;
• Excellent computer skills (including MS Word, Excel, Internet, Email, Outlook);
• Must undergo a criminal record and vulnerable sector check prior to employment (At Applicant Expense).

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