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Human Resources Administrator at Employment Office in Mayo

Posted on Mar 06, 2013 in Administration & Clerical

Hourly Wage/Annual Salary

DOE

Hours per Week

To be determined

Duration

Temporary

About this Job

About the Organization

The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun represents the most northerly community of the Northern Tutchone language and culture group. In the Northern Tutchone language the Stewart River is called Na Cho Nyak, meaning Big River. The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun resides in the community of Mayo, Yukon, and a town that had its beginnings during the boom years of the silver mines in the area. First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun’s Traditional Territory covers 162,456 square kilometers of land, that being 131,599 km2 in the Yukon and 30,857 km2 in NWT.

About the Opportunity

The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun is seeking a full-time Human Resources Administrator to join the team in Mayo, Yukon.

Reporting to the Administration Manager, you will be responsible for the development and administration of a range of HR practices such as policies and procedures, recruitment, compensation, benefits and grievances.

In this key position, you will:

- Administer HR-related documentation, such as contracts of employment;

- Ensure that the HR database is up to date, accurate and complies with legislation;

- Act as the first point of contact for all HR-related queries;

- Assist in recruitment;

- Take the lead in creating engaging social events for staff members to enjoy;

- Ensure the organization complies with health and safety legislation and government policies.

It is preferred that you have a minimum of 3 years of experience in the field of Human Resources, and ideally, you will have a CHRP designation.

The successful candidate will have strong administrative skills and must be comfortable using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to create and edit forms and employment/termination agreements. Because you will be holding informative training sessions for the staff and management team to increase awareness of HR practices and guidelines, you will join us with superior presentation skills.

You’ll do well in the role if you have strong conflict resolution skills, along with an understanding of the importance of maintaining confidentiality at all times. Employees will come to you for support, and so it is important that you are a natural mediator who is empathetic and understanding. You also enjoy providing guidance and advising employees and the management team on HR policies.

If you are a qualified HR professional and have the personality to match, we want to speak with you today!

About the Benefits

The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun is offering an attractive salary, and a full benefits package, including:

- Medical, dental, vision, life and short and long term disability;

- Pension plan (50/50 cost share, 5.5% employee matching);

- Relocation assistance (negotiable for the right candidate);

- 3 weeks vacation to start; and

- Prorated holiday break vacation for employees who have been with the company for over 1 year.

That’s not all! You will enjoy a welcoming, supportive, and proactive social environment as you take part in staff events such as our staff appreciation bbq’s, annual ice fishing events, and annual holiday breakfasts.

The organization also holds a monthly staff health lunch where each department is delegated a month to purchase and prepare a healthy meal for the whole organization to enjoy while socializing.

If you are looking for a role where no day is the same, and where you can make a real difference to the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun, then this is the role for you - Apply now!


This job was posted on Mar 06, 2013 and will be removed on Mar 28, 2013

All applications must be received before Mar 28, 2013

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Website: http://www.applyfirst.ca/job43356

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