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TSUUT’INA NATION POLICE SERVICE

JOB Description

Manager, Employee Relations

CLASSIFICATION: Manager, Employee Relations – Civilian/Non-sworn
DEPARTMENT: Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service
PAY GRADE: TBD
SECTION: Strategic Services Section
CLOSING DATE: October 9, 2020
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service is a great place to work. We’re small enough that you will get to know your co-workers but large enough to work towards greater opportunities. Working for the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service offers a competitive retirement and benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision.

Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service is one of the fastest growing police agencies in Canada, serving a progressive and supportive First Nations community.

To find out more about us, visit: http://www.tsuutinapolice.com

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

We are looking for a Manager of Employee Relations to join our team and monitor all Human Resources functions within the service. The role will begin as a fulltime position and will gradually be scaled back to part time, based on the needs of the service.

The Manager of Employee Relations’ responsibilities include full cycle recruiting of police officers and civilian members, preparing compensation and benefits packages, creating and updating company policies and maintaining employee records.

To be successful in this role, you should have a good understanding of full cycle recruiting and solid knowledge of labor legislation and police organizations.

Ultimately, you will foster a healthy workplace by ensuring our HR procedures run smoothly, efficiently and of upmost importance, respectfully.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

·        Assisting with the implementation of the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service’s recruiting strategy, which includes coordinating job posts with the Management Team, reviewing resumes, completing background investigations and reference checks.

·        Preparing, updating and organizing employment records related to hiring, transferring, promoting, and terminating.

·        Preparing and review of compensation and benefits packages, administer and coordinate extended health benefits, life insurance, pension programs and coordinating return to work programs

·        Act as a liaison between the police service and the benefits and pension representatives on an as needed basis

·        Maintaining and updating repository of job-specific roles and responsibilities, schedules, working conditions, organizational chart, etc.

·        Managing quarterly and annual performance review sessions with sworn and civilian members of the TNPS

·        Coordinating internal and external training sessions for sworn and civilian members of the TNPS

·        Maintaining records of employee participation in all training and development programs, and ensuring reoccurring accreditations are met

·        Processing employee grievances regarding working conditions/environment.

·        Overseeing engagement programs and other employee relations work alongside the senior leadership team.

·        Develop and implement new, and update existing policies of the Police Service in accordance to current provincial and federal laws and legislations, as well as the Police Act

·        Conducting and analyzing compensation surveys when required

·        Preparing statistical government reports as required

·        Additional duties as needed by the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service

REQUIREMENTS

·        Proven related work experience in the field of policing

·        Hands-on experience with Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)

·        A documented exposure and understanding of the internal public complaint process.

·        Knowledge of Applicant Tracking Systems

·        Solid understanding of provincial labour laws and associated policing legislation

·        Familiarity with full cycle recruiting

·        Excellent verbal and written communication skills

·        Good problem-solving abilities

·        Team management skills

·        BSc/MSc in Human Resources or relatable experience

·        Knowledge, understanding and appreciation of Tsuut’ina Nation and Indigenous peoples across Canada.

We thank all applicants for their interest in the Tsuut’ina Nation Police Service, however, only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.