Reporting to the Director, Human Resources (HR) the Coordinator, Projects, Analysis and Reporting is responsible for providing confidential support and advice to the Director, HR and the Vice President, Finance and Administration (VPFA); high quality analytical reporting; research; and for executing special confidential projects for the Director HR, VPFA, and Executive Group. The incumbent provides leadership and coordination of Human Resource Department Projects, in partnership with the HR Management team.
The Coordinator, Projects, Analysis and Reporting, in partnership with the Human Resources Advisors and the Coordinator, Labour Relations (LR), provides leadership and direction in the area of position management.
With input and support from Employment Services, Compensation and Benefits and other areas within the Human Resources Department and other stakeholders, the Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the development and revision of HR policies and procedures and the documentation of HR processes at Athabasca University (AU).
The incumbent works closely with the Director, HR, the LR Coordinator, the HR Management team, the VPFA as well as Executive Officers and other internal and external stakeholders to fulfill the responsibilities of the role. The Coordinator is responsible for the compilation of a variety of regular and project based reports for the Executive Group and Human Resources Committee of the Board. The major stakeholders for this position are the Director, Human Resources, the Vice President, Finance and Administration, the Executive Group and the Human Resources Committee of the Board. The incumbent supervises the Junior Coordinator, Projects, Analysis and Reporting.
The full job profile can be viewed at : http://careers.athabascau.ca/documents/Human%20Resources/Coordinator-Projects-Analysis-Reporting.pdf
For further information regarding this position, please contact Estelle Lo at (780) 675-6909 or via email email@example.com.
This recruitment campaign will remain open until a suitable candidate is found; however the committee will begin reviewing the applications during the week of November 28, 2016.
Degree in Human Resources, Project Management or related field plus a minimum of 5 years related experience in the area of human resources and project management.
Exceptional analytical skills and strong attention to detail are necessary to evaluate anomalies, trends and inconsistencies. Strong organizational skills, prioritization skills, ability to adhere to inflexible time lines and the ability to work proactively and independently are essential. Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Microsoft Office and database programs are essential.
Effective communication (written and verbal) and report writing skills with experience in working with budget and human resources information systems such as Empath, Banner, Cognos, or Crystal Reports is considered an asset. Strong mathematical skills with experience in budget review, percentage and pro-ration is required
Experience working within a unionized environment and interpreting collective agreements is preferred.
An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
All educational credentials must be recognized in Canada.