Human Resources Coordinator (Term Position – Maternity Leave)
Posted June 28, 2018
Heritage Park is looking for an enthusiastic individual to join our Human Resources Department in the role of Human Resources Coordinator. This is a full-time, term position, running from August, 2018 to approximately August, 2019. Under the direction of the Manager, Human Resources, the HR Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation and delivery of human resource initiatives. This position ensures that the Park’s human resources needs are met, working collaboratively with all levels of management and employees of Heritage Park.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Coordinates the organization’s recruitment and orientation activities
- Provides advice, counsel and coaching to members of the leadership team, supervisors and employees on key human resource matters, issues and opportunities
- Develops and coordinates the delivery of staff recognition programs and events
- Acts as back-up to the Payroll and Benefits Coordinator, with the ability to administer the payroll independently
- Assists with the Park’s volunteer resources administration duties as required
- Excellent customer service focus, including the ability to handle and manage competing priorities
- Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to build relationships; must have the ability to effectively interact with employees at all levels of the organization
- Strong computer skills and a working knowledge of Payworks or a similar payroll system would be considered an asset; the incumbent must be well organized and have superb attention to accuracy and detail
- Completion of a post-secondary degree in Human Resources Management, with two to four years of demonstrated HR generalist experience (or an equivalent combination); experience in a not-for-profit environment would be considered an asset; CPHR designation preferred
Working Conditions and Hours of Work:
While the majority of work is in an office environment, the position requires the ability to walk a considerable distance during the operating season
35 hours per week; evening and weekend work will be required during peak periods.