Company Name:
Calgary Immigrant Women's Association
Approximate Salary:
Not Specified
Location:
Calgary, Alberta
Country:
Canada
Industry:
Social Services
Position type:
Full Time
Experience level:
5 - 10 years
Education level:
Associate Degree
Contact:
Jennifer Mccoll
ID
7786
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Human Resources and Administration Manager

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association is a not for profit immigrant serving agency established in 1982. CIWA’s Mission is to engage and integrate all immigrant women and their families in the community. We are seeking an individual who shares our values of Integrity, Equity, Inclusiveness, Innovation and Leadership.

Empower Immigrant Women. Enrich Canadian Society.

Human Resources and Administration Manager

Full Time - 37.5 hrs per week

Competitive salary and benefits package

The Human Resources and Administration Manager provides strategy, direction and support to managers and staff for all human resource functions including: recruitment & retention, staff orientation and recognition, overseeing compensation, performance management, and human resources strategy and policy. This position works closely with the Chief Executive Officer and in cooperation with the finance department. This position is also responsible for the daily administrative management of the agency. The administration responsibilities that this position oversees include: reception and administration, facilities and IT management.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Human Resources

  • Responsible for and conduct staff recruitment
  • Generate job descriptions for all positions at CIWA, existing and new
  • Provide regular job analysis for positions
  • Management of the hiring of all new staff
  • Participate in and provide strategic HR guidance in annual salary reviews, development of salary grid and other compensation strategies as needed
  • Manage new hire salary reviews and probationary periods
  • Liaise with the financial department to ensure appropriate new hire information is obtained and employee changes or salary upgrades are communicated
  • Conduct orientation and training for all new staff
  • Arrange and facilitate in-house training opportunities for employees
  • Coordinate external professional development opportunities for employees
  • Develop and implement staff recognition policies and manage staff appreciation and recognition events for the agency
  • Manage staff Safety, Security and Wellness programs
  • Provide leadership to Managers on performance evaluation processes, reviews and tools
  • Advise on performance management strategies and HR trends in performance management
  • Ensure that CIWA human resources strategy and policy are aligned with CIWA strategic plan and business goals
  • Provide research, guidance and implementation of new CIWA human resources policies
  • Align CIWA’s business practices with provincial/federal legislatures in terms of privacy, confidentiality, and personal information protection
  • Provide HR direction for the overall organizational staff planning and strategy, working closely with the Chief Executive Officer and management team
  • Liaise with finance department on personnel issues such as vacation management, sick days, flex hours, and employee concerns
  • Manage the benefit program and RRSP program

Administration

  • Manage all agency administration, facilities and IT projects including but not limited to special events, annual report, renovations, etc.
  • Ensure smooth functioning of CIWA receptions and administration staff
  • Manage all agency IT and supervise IT staff
  • Active support of all agency initiatives
  • Full participation on CIWA committees
  • Other duties as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer

 STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE

  • Ensure that professional approach is aligned with CIWA values
  • Maintain a positive working relationship with all staff and volunteers of CIWA
  • Maintain a positive image and professional work habits and represent CIWA in a professional manner
  • Demonstrate a high level of initiative and enthusiasm
  • Conduct business according to highest levels of confidentiality and privacy laws
  • Ensure honest, open and accurate communication with other managers at all times to promote transparent leadership
  • Keep all team members up to date about relevant information
  • Encourage a culture of team conversation and team trust in relationship with peers
  • Demonstrate a high level of administrative and IT capacity

 QUALIFICATIONS

  • A minimum of five years Human Resources experience required
  • Undergraduate degree in Human Resources, Business or related discipline
  • A CPHR designation or working towards designation is an asset
  • Non-profit management experience considered an asset
  • Extensive experience in office administration and staff supervision
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Computer literacy and strong communication skills including writing skills
  • Strong organizational and teamwork skills and a collaborative approach to problem-solving and decision-making

If you are looking for a rewarding career in an environment that is collaborative, innovative and supportive please forward your cover letter and resume to:

Human Resources

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association

Suite 200, 138 - 4th Avenue SE

Calgary Alberta T2G 4Z6

Email: [email protected]

The Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association is an equal opportunity employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. We thank all interested candidates in advance but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.