Human Resources Advisor
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|Who Can Apply||Canadian Citizens|
Burnaby, British Columbia
|Salary Range||$69,350 - $84,360
|Status||Term - 1 year
The Human Resources Advisor is responsible for:
- Act as a resource person by providing advice on Human Resources related matters and policy interpretation to managers and employees, as well as making recommendations on problem resolution. This can also include developing and delivering information sessions on Human Resources related matters to managers and employees.
- Respond to client needs by providing expertise on various Human Resources matters.
- Assess Human Resources processes and activities to enhance their effectiveness and ensure they are conducted according to policies.
- Act as a point of contact to internal/external candidates/resources/clients and coordinate Human Resources processes.
- Conduct special projects and make recommendations on improvements to the program.
- Research and gather information, analyse data, write reports and memoranda.
- Staff vacancies by developing and conducting competency based interviews in accordance with internal policies and adherence to human resources principles, employment equity and official languages programs. This can also include screening external applicants, conducting personal suitability interviews, monitoring and maintaining contact with applicants and participating in various career fairs.
- Undergraduate degree in a field related to the position or Human Resources certification recognized by Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Canada or the Human Resources Professionals Association (Ontario) and four (4) years of experience in the interpretation of policies and procedures in any one or more of the following Human Resources disciplines: human resources planning, classification, staffing, recruitment, training, performance management or labour relations within the last seven (7) years.
Fields related to the position include: human resources, labour or industrial relations, psychology, public or business administration, organizational development, education sciences or social sciences.
The educational program must be from an accredited learning institution recognized in Canada. If you completed a program outside of Canada you will be required to obtain proof of a Canadian equivalency at your expense from an accredited learning institution recognized in Canada.
A higher level of relevant education could be recognized as experience.
- Two (2) years experience in the provision of advice on complex human resources management issues to management.
- Two (2) years experience in the planning, delivery or management of human resources services in any one or more the following Human Resources disciplines: human resources planning, classification, staffing, recruitment, training, performance management or labour relations.
The breadth and depth of sought experience involves files of various complexities, multiple issues, partners or clients, impacts or risks, which would normally be acquired over a period of two (2) years.
Candidates must also possess:
- Experience conducting interviews for selection and recruitment processes (e.g. assessing, obtaining and reporting information)
- Analytical Skills
- Behavioural Flexibility
- Organizational Skills/Multitasking
Conditions of Employment
Term positions with the possibility of an extension or indeterminate (permanent) positions with a one (1) year probation.
- Bilingual imperative (CBC/CBC), Ottawa, Ontario
- English essential, Edmonton, Alberta
A written task will be administered for the assessment of candidates. The task will be used to assess your experience and competencies as they relate to the position.
Equivalent position has been identified based on a comparable occupational groups and rates of pay for the purpose of advertising on the GC Jobs website.
Applicants must clearly demonstrate in their application how they meet each Education and Experience criteria. Failure to do so will result in the applicant being screened out of the career opportunity.
CSIS is a separate employer and is not subject to the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA). CSIS has its own classification, compensation system, and a different staffing regime. As such, we use a different staffing process and terminology.
CSIS is committed to diversity and inclusion and the equitable participation of all Canadians. Should you require accommodation in relation to a disability, please tell us at the beginning of the selection process. This information will be kept confidential.
The personal information provided in your application is protected under the Privacy Act and will be held in Personal Information Bank SIS/P-PU-025.
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