Strategy: You know organizational strategy needs to be translated into HR objectives and priorities. You will identify opportunities to further develop and expand HR initiatives, processes, and programs. You will look ahead to anticipate the HR needs of your client groups and proactively offer support.
Professional practice: The development of trust-based relationships with your client groups is crucial. You keep employment legislation, organizational values, and culture in mind in the creation and implementation of HR policies and programs.
Talent acquisition: While keeping candidate experience top of mind, you will assist in the creation of job descriptions and postings, meet with hiring managers, post jobs, screen resumes and candidates, schedule and conduct interviews, conduct reference and background checks, and present job offers.
Engagement: You embrace the importance of employee engagement and will assist with the creation, implementation, and promotion of programs to enhance morale, productivity, and culture.
Employee relations: Providing legislation and policy interpretation to client groups is an important part of your role. You will also be providing coaching and assistance to managers as they navigate the employee lifecycle. You will identify potential employee-relations issues, escalating and resolving them as needed. This will include assisting in conducting full-scope investigations where required to address claims. The facilitation and management of employee leaves and returns to work will also be part of your responsibilities.
Health, safety, and wellness: To support our culture of health and safety, you will assist in the development of health, safety, and wellness policies, procedures, and programs. You will also be reviewing and tracking OHS incidents, participating in work site inspections and managing Workers’ Compensation Board claims.
Total rewards: You will assist in conducting job evaluations and making salary determinations. You will also participate in the annual compensation review that includes consulting relevant surveys, conducting market research, and creating total rewards statements for employees.
Learning and development: You will assist in identifying gaps and evaluating learning and development priorities and programs to move toward the attainment of organizational objectives.
HR metrics and reporting: You will gather relevant data, report on key HR metrics, and conduct comprehensive audits.
Administration: All HR comes with administrative duties! This includes, but it not limited to, completing all respective documentation and administration related to talent acquisition, offers of employment, compensation, benefits, employee changes, terminations, and other aspects of HR. You will also follow and complete records retention processes and maintain accurate employee records in the Human Resources Information System.
You are a passionate, innovative, solutions-driven Human Resources Generalist with at least three years of generalist experience and a CPHR designation. You have demonstrated knowledge of provincial employment legislation, a knack for employee-relations practices, and are familiar with the HR competency framework. You have proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite and HRIS systems.
The Calgary West Central Primary Care Network is a fast-paced, ever-changing environment where your organization and multi-tasking skills are required to manage changing work priorities effectively. You have a keen eye for detail, an ability to remain calm under pressure while maneuvering with urgency, and you operate with accountability and integrity.
You have excellent written and verbal communication skills. You approach interpersonal relationships with tact and diplomacy. Your ability to analyze information, share new and innovative ideas, and implement solutions is key. You are digitally savvy and embrace the use of technology in elevating HR strategies and programs to the next level.
There may be a particular managerial style that works best for you. In this role, you will report to an HR manager who fosters independence, takes a hands-off approach, and requires you to manage up. You will have some latitude in producing creative results for vaguely defined problems. Within this reporting relationship, your clear and concise communication skills, impeccable attention to detail, and quality work products will be valued, along with your perceptive sense of self and social awareness.
If you have a passion and excitement for building relationships, improving the employee experience, and providing exceptional HR services, then this may be the role for you!
Background check: A clear criminal background check is required to start. If you have resided outside of Calgary in the past 12 months, you will need to contact the local police or RCMP detachment in your previous residential municipality to be able to obtain a full report.
You would enjoy a competitive salary, flexible working options, and generous vacation and personal time off allowances.
The CWC PCN is a leader in the provision of primary care through collaboration, innovation and teamwork, creating healthy patients and satisfied providers.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, only those who apply through the CWC PCN website will be moved forward in the recruitment process. This is a necessary step as we require important information from our online application form. Please include your cover letter and resume when submitting your application.
Submit your application through the CWC PCN Careers page.
Only submissions received with the following three (3) documents will be considered:
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Posting will remain open until the role is filled.
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