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HR Specialist

HR specialists job is to work as team member providing the best potential customer service with specific knowledge in administration activities of the Human Resources department. Key areas of responsibility include policy and procedure development, recruitment, group benefit administration, human resource planning, labour relations, providing general support, addressing a broad variety of issues, maintaining files, databases, records of actions of personnel, evaluations. Understanding of companys vision and goals Serve as a point of contact when the Open Door communication vehicles are utilized by current and former team members to communicate work related concerns and/or complaints. Other duties may be assigned as necessary. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Duties and Responsibilities  Develop and maintain policies regarding employees such as advertising job positions, recruitment, processing applications, verifying employment, separation, contracts, and compensation schedule in compliance with organizations policies, contracts, laws, and agreements.  Maintain positive working relationships with employees and the management team.  Resolve conflicts between management and employees, and/or between individual employees.  Advise managers on organizational matters such as discrimination, discipline, harassment, etc.  Serve as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering.  Communicating with other departments, employees, applicants, administrators, and staff provide information and assistance regarding recruitment, transfers, employment, personnel records and legislation.  Assisting in scheduling various meetings and employee programs and events in compliance with department needs.  Providing written references, conveying information through developed written materials such as forms, brochures, procedures, and pamphlets required for documentation activities.  Adhere to legislation such as the Human Rights Act and Labour Standards Act  Conduct exit interviews.  Remain current with best practices, legislative changes and industry standards.  Informing applicants and employees regarding various programs and procedure requirements such as tenure, hours of work, benefits, general work expectations, and time off.  Maintaining confidentially concerning personnel actions, legal actions, termination and non-renewal documents, and organizational plans.  Address and resolve inappropriate employee behaviour, special performance issues, and so on, resolve conflicts between management and employees, and/or between individual employees.  Three to five years of experience as a Human Resources specialist  Excellent communications skills, verbal and written  Highly organized  Effective time management skills  Effective leadership skills  Excellent inter-personal relation skills  Good computer skills  Commitment to workplace compliance  High level of personal integrity  Strong work ethic  Ability to work in a fast-paced environment  Self-starter  Confident, consistent decisive personality  Demonstrated commitment to Health & Safety Work Conditions  Ability to attend and conduct presentations  Ability to travel, car is needed for multiple locations. Skills and Specifications  Ability to maintain the confidential information.  Solid problem-solving and business judgment skills.  Ability to speak, write and read the English language.  Ability to negotiate contribution agreement and contracts.  Ability to back up bi-weekly payroll, currently on ADP/PCPW Education and Qualifications  CHRP designation required or enrolled in.  Post-Secondary diploma in Human Resources Management.  Some Knowledge of Labour Relations.  3.-5 years' Human Resources experience.  Proven conflict resolution and negotiation skills. . Job Posting Shiplake Properties and The Dunfield Senior Residence requires a HR Specialist to work as a team member providing the best potential customer service with specific knowledge in administration activities of the Human Resources department. Key areas of responsibility include policy and procedure development, human resource planning, recruitment, group benefit administration, providing general support, addressing a broad variety of issues, maintaining files, databases, records of actions of personnel, evaluations. Service as back-up to bi-weekly payroll for hourly and salary paid employees, some payroll knowledge is an asset. Understanding of companys vision and goals. Serve as a point of contact when the Open Door communication vehicles are utilized by current and former team members to communicate work related concerns and/or complaints. Other duties may be assigned as necessary. Vehicle required for multiple locations. Offers competitive salary packages, an incredible work environment, and career advancement opportunities. Qualified applicants should contact: Ana Bellamy, Payroll Manager Abellamy@shiplake.com Only those candidates who qualify will be contacted

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