HUMAN RESOURCES BUSINESS PARTNER
HEAD OFFICE - LEGAL AID SASKATCEWAN
Our mission at Legal Aid Saskatchewan is to “help achieve fair, balanced, and respectful justice for people in Saskatchewan”. Whether providing direct service to our clients or working behind the scenes, we're looking for people who want to make a contribution to justice and make a difference to the lives of people in need.
Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, the HRBP will work proactively and collaboratively with stakeholders to provide strategic HR advice and business solutions that are grounded in HR best practice and aligned with the operational and strategic goals of LAS. You will use your expertise to lead the recruitment process and provide leadership and guidance for a full range of HR services in a fast paced, public, unionized environment.
∙Manage full cycle recruitment process in conjunction with the Legal Directors
∙Act as a resource to management for CBA interpretation & administration of policies and procedures
∙Provide advice on attendance management, accommodation requests and performance management
∙Interact regularly with LAS staff, actively listen to their needs and recommend actions that align with the HR strategy/policies/programs
∙Assist with the development of bargaining plan strategies, proposals, and costing
∙Support payroll and benefits administration using time and attendance software
∙Under the direction of the Director of HR, participate in the employee investigation & grievance process
∙You have a real
∙You have a university degree in Business Administration or Commerce specializing in Human Resources
∙You have over five years of progressive HR generalist & labor relations experience
∙You are adept at communicating with a diverse group of stakeholders, both internal and external
∙You are technologically savvy and have a keen enthusiasm for learning new systems
∙You are a strategic thinker who can make good decisions under pressure and can anticipate upcoming opportunities and challenges in human resources
∙You are able to balance multiple priorities and deliver high quality work while working independently
∙Salary in the range of $70,538 – 85,748 per annum, based on experience
∙Comprehensive benefits package inclusive of a pension plan
∙Generous leave provisions (vacation, sick time, earned day offs)
Send your resume and cover letter by April 21, 2021 to: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating position #
the subject line.
We thank all applicants, however only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.
Legal Aid strives to be an inclusive and equitable workplace and encourages applications from people of Aboriginal ancestry, of visible minority groups, with disabilities, women seeking management and