The Human Resource Officer is responsible for providing support in the various human resource functions, which include recruitment, staffing, training and development, performance monitoring and employee counseling.
SCOPE (The way that the position contributes to and impacts on the organization) The Human Resource Officer provides advice and assistance to supervisors and staff. This may include information on training needs and opportunities, job descriptions, performance reviews and personnel policies of the Council. The position coordinates the staff recruitment process -The Human Resource Officer provides advice and support to supper;Coors and staff selection committees and ensures that they have accurate and timely information in order to make effective decisions.
Failure to provide adequate advice or assistance may result in lost opportunities for staff development, poor staff morale, financial loss to staffs for residents and a loss of credibility for the Chief and Council. Page 2 RESPONSIBILITIES (Major responsibilities and target accomplishments expected of the position including the typical problems encountered in carrying out the responsibilities. ) Provide support to supervisors and staff to develop the skills and capabilities of staff.
Main Activities њ Denture that accurate job descriptions are in place њ C]Provide advice and assistance with writing job descriptions C] Covered advice and assistance when conducting staff performance evaluations D [Littleton training and development opportunities D Ciceronian staff training sessions, workshops and activities C C]Process employee requests for outside training while complying with polices and procedures 0 Covered basic counseling to staff who have performance related obstacles њProvide advice and assistance in developing human resource plans L] Provide staff orientations 0 Access funding for training and write proposals 2. Monitor staff performance and attendance activities. Main Activities C] Limonite daily attendance. Delegations and understand causes for staff absences.
CLC Dragomen solutions to resolve chronic attendance difficulties. C] Provide basic counseling to staff who have performance related obstacles. 0 Provide advice and recommendations on disciplinary actions. 0 Commotion scheduled absences such as holidays or travel and coordinate actions to ensure the staff absence has been adequately covered off to ensure continuity of services. 0 Longer affected staff or residents of unexpected absences from work and coordinate actions ensuring the continuity of services such as cancellation of events and locating keys. 3. Coordinate staff recruitment and selection process in order to ensure a timely organized and comprehensive procedure is used to hire staff.
Main Activities 0 Provide advice and assistance to supervisors on staff recruitment C prepare notices and advertisements for vacant staff positions. Schedule and organize interviews D Participate in applicant interviews 0 Discount reference checks on possible candidates Prepare, develop and implement procedures and policies on staff recruitment Page 3 D Longer unsuccessful applicants C] Conduct exit interviews 4. Provide information and assistance to staff, supervisors and Council on human source and work related issues. Main Activities 0 Develop and implement a human resources plan and personnel management policies and procedures L] Promote workplace safety.
C L]Provide advice and assistance to staff and management on pay and benefits systems 0 Addresser and monitor human resource systems in other organizations within the community. Dixieland and provisions of the personnel policy. C L]Explain employment standards and legislation such as workers compensation, labor standards and Fair Practice Act. I:] Ciceronian the transitional provisions of employee compensation, pay ND benefits when positions are transferred or new positions are funded through contribution agreements and other special funding arrangements. II C]Arrange for the repairs of computers and other office equipment and assist with organizing staff to carry out work due periods of equipment shutdowns. C] Accident Council meetings to provide information, when necessary. 5.
Perform other related duties as required page 4 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES (The knowledge, skills and attitudes required for satisfactory job performance) Knowledge The incumbent must have proficient knowledge in the following areas: C an understanding of relevant D legislation, policies and procedures C an understanding of the northern cultural and political environment CLC an understanding of the roles and 0 responsibilities of First Nations Councils C] an understanding of land claims 0 and self-government L] human resources management 0 D job descriptions 0 D performance review methods and њ techniques C] staff training, development and D recognition C] delegation C] mentoring and coaching [l Skills The incumbent must demonstrate the following skills: ; supervisory skills C] C team building skills D C] problem solving skills D C] basic counseling kills 0 C negotiations skills C D effective verbal and listening 0 communications skills II computer skills including the [l ability to operate spreadsheets and wordiness’s programs at a highly proficient level C effective written communications 0 skills including the ability to prepare reports, proposals , policies and procedures CLC effective public relations and public speaking skills D research D and program development skills 0 stress management skills O interviewing skills II CLC time management skills CLC Page 5 Personal Attributes The incumbent must maintain confidentiality, use sound judgment and perform independently while performing the duties of the human resource officer.