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Staffing and Human Resources Consultant
Indeterminate (If there is no successful Nunavut Inuit this position will be offered as a 3 year term.)
This employment opportunity is open to all applicants.
Reporting to the Manager of Human Resources, the Staffing and Human Resources Consultant is responsible and accountable for effective and efficient delivery of education and training programs/services by providing a full range of human resource services for all Nunavut Arctic College (NAC).
The Staffing and Human Resources Consultant is responsible for providing all human resources functions to NAC, namely, staffing, recruitment, HR and strategic planning, staff training and development, implementation of the Inuit Employment Plans, and advice regarding employee relations. The incumbent will provide technical guidance and policy advice to all divisions of the College in all areas of human resources, including interpretation of HR policy and procedures as well as the NEU collective bargaining agreement, implementation of Article 23 of the Nunavut Lands Claim Agreement and Inuit Employment Plan (IEP) reporting.
The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge and understanding of the recruitment and staffing process for term and indeterminate employees and GN casual hiring and payment procedures. Knowledge of Human Resource Practices and Employee Relations, as well as familiarity with interpreting collective agreements and personnel policies, records management and security critical to the ATIPP process is also required.
These skills, knowledge and abilities would normally be obtained by: Completion of an Undergraduate Degree related to Human Resources; Business Administration; or a degree with courses in Personnel, or a related field with a minimum of 2 years of related work experience in the Human Resources field, such as recruitment and staffing. An equivalency of a diploma in Human Resources or a related field, as well as 4 years of work experience in Human Resources, such as recruitment and staffing or in another related field, would also be considered.
Training in Behavioural Descriptive Interviewing, Basic and/or Advanced ATIPP, and being a Commissioner for Oaths would all be considered assets. An understanding of the Government of
Nunavut culture, GN staffing policies and practices, and the ability to speak, write and type in Inuktitut are also considered assets.
Equivalencies that consist of an acceptable combination of education, experience, knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.