Full-Time Manager of Human Resources
The City of Yellowknife is an inclusive employer offering a dynamic and rewarding work environment that delivers valuable services to our residents. Working in Local Government provides many opportunities to not only develop your career but also to improve the lives of residents and visitors to Yellowknife!
At the City, the diverse backgrounds of our employees help us to create a positive, safe and fun environment for us all. The City is committed to hiring a diverse and skilled workforce that is representative of the community, strengthening our ability to provide high quality services and excellent customer service to residents. In addition, the City of Yellowknife is committed to reconciliation and implementing actions intended to increase the number of Indigenous peoples who work for the City. The City of Yellowknife welcomes applications from all qualified candidates, and encourages Indigenous persons, visible minorities and persons with a disability to self-declare when submitting their application.
MANAGER OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Are you tired of the “same old, same old”? Are you looking for an opportunity to propel your career in a forward-looking, service-oriented organization? Are you simply ready for something, and somewhere new?
The role of Manager of Human Resources for the City is far from one-dimensional. You will coordinate the City’s human resource management, safety, and engagement activities by providing strategic and expert advice, leadership, direction, and services across all departments. You will deliver programs and implement best practices in the areas of talent management, organizational planning and job design, health and safety, policy development, compensation and benefits, classification, employee and labour relations, learning and development, and performance management. As the role will have a high degree of autonomy and be empowered to make decisions and act, it will be imperative the successful candidate can demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, ethics, confidentiality, discretion, and integrity.
Ideally, you will have post-secondary education in Human Resources Management complemented by a CPHR or CHRL designation. You have a minimum of five (5) years’ related experience working in a unionized environment with demonstrable progressive supervisory, operational and policy development responsibility.
How to Apply
People are our most important resource and pivotal to our success both as an organization and a community. If you are up for the challenge, we would love to hear from you! To discuss the position in confidence, please call or email. Resumes can be directed to: email@example.com
Lynda Schroeder, Senior Consultant
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