The Human Resources Coordinator provides day-to-day coordination and support of human resources and relations activities to the executive director, program coordinators, employees, and candidates for Home Base Yellowknife and the Foster Family Coalition of the NWT. This includes, but is not limited to, recruitment and selection, HR policies administration, onboarding, timesheets, and HR records maintenance.
The Human Resources Manager is responsible to develop the required practices and plans needed to be directed toward both organization’s mission and visions.
- Coordinate the recruitment cycle – this includes but is not limited to job postings, pre-screening, developing interview questions, scheduling & conducting interviews, conducting reference checks, facilitating child protection checks and vulnerable sector checks, advising supervisor/manager in the selection process, and preparing employment letters and employee automated files.
- Conduct/facilitate on-boarding and general orientation of new employees
- Maintain job descriptions in accordance with program requirements and changes
- Ensure compliance with the employment standard act of the NWT
- Serve as link between management and employees by handling questions and helping resolve work-related issues
- Develop and maintain a confidential exit interview process and preparing period reports
- Recommend ways and methods of improving the overall employee experience
- Maintain compliance to the organization’s code of conduct, employee manuals, disciplinary actions policies, and other employee related policies in place.
- Participate in the development of HR objectives, policies, programs, procedure, and processes ensuring compliance with the relevant legislative Acts & Regulations
- Liaise with the bookkeeping departments as required
- Ensure employee information is current and correct an stored
- Office work
- Cultural sensitivity
- Creative problem solving and conflict resolution
- Strong communication skills (written and verbal)
- Strong organizational skills
- Emotional intelligence and active listening
- Good communication skills (written and verbal), and the ability to motivate and work with others
- 3-5 years of experience in human resources or an equivalent position
- Must be reliable and punctual
- A team player
- Must have a flexible schedule to accommodate interviews
- Vulnerable Sector check from the RCMP within the past year
- Valid Class 5 Driver’s license is required