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Human Resources Manager

Permanence: 
Permanent
Ongoing Position: 
Yes
Full or Part Time: 
Full Time
Closing Date: 
Friday, September 21, 2012

Human Resources Manager

North Vancouver School District #44 

 

A leadership role in human resources with the opportunity to influence student success through effective management of the employees that serve them.

 

Promoting academic, social and personal development; honouring diversity; encouraging equity and practicing democratic governance—these are the principles that guide our organization every day. With the wide variety of programs we offer across 38 schools, every one of our almost 17,000 students is given an opportunity for success. With specialty programs like band, French Immersion, Artists for Kids, International Baccalaureate, Aboriginal education, distributed learning and our residential outdoor education centre, as well as a commitment to extracurricular athletics, choir and student leadership, there is something for everyone.

 

An integral member of a small, close-knit team of skilled professionals, you’ll take on a diverse and exciting set of responsibilities—from developing and delivering staff training programs to participating in collective bargaining, grievances and arbitration preparation as well as providing input on strategic HR initiatives. You will report to the Director of Human Resources and can expect opportunities to expand upon your record of accomplishment of facilitating positive change. Using your approachable communication style, you will provide support in the areas of employee recruitment, staffing, collective agreement interpretation and advice, liaising with both school administration and employees. You can also look forward to taking charge of benefits administration as well as managing attendance, performance and employee records.

 

Your education includes a post-secondary degree in business administration with a major in Human Resources Management from an accredited college or university, and five years or more experience as an administrator in Human Resources Management, preferably in the K-12 educational system.  Handling health and wellness, benefits administration as well as managing disability and medical accommodation, sitting on a number of committees and taking charge of employment contract and criminal record administration will be just some of the tasks you’ll undertake. This is a wide-ranging assignment calling for an experienced HR practitioner and organized problem solver who can work in an environment dedicated to best practices in the human resources field.

 

For more information and to apply by Sep 21, 2012, please visit www.makeafuture.ca/north-vancouver or www.nvsd44.bc.ca.

We provide world-class instruction and a rich diversity of engaging programs to inspire success for every student and bring communities together to learn, share and grow.