• Full Time
  • M'Chigeeng
  • December 15, 2023

Website M'Chigeeng First Nation

Department: Administration
Classification/Level: Department Manager
M’Chigeeng First Nation Salary Grid: $72,800.00 – $98,800.00
Employment Status: Full-Time Permanent

Position Summary:

M’Chigeeng First Nation (MFN) requires an experienced and career-minded Human Resources Manager (HRM). Reporting to the Enaagdenjged, the Human Resources Manager, will be responsible for championing a human resource and developing human resource strategy.

The Human Resource Manager must have the ability to:

Make good sound decisions consistent with the MFN Personnel Policy, Canada Labour Code and Canadian Human Rights Act.
Demonstrate strong community relationship.
Build relationships with staff, department managers, the community, and other area First Nations. 

Essential Functions:

Coordinate the annual review process of the Personnel Policy and recommend necessary revisions, to Chief and Council.
Carry out functions as outlined in the Personnel Policy as they relate to the recruitment and selection process; contracts, offers of employment, dismissal, layoff, or exit interviews; employee performance evaluations; employee orientation; and Occupational Health and Safety.
Review annual reports prepared by the benefit providers and recommend revisions as deemed necessary.
In consultation with Enaagdenjged and program managers, coordinate the implementation of an organization-wide training plan for employees.
Prepare and annual report of the training received by employees and its effectiveness.
Periodically provide in-house human resource training to program managers and supervisors.
Provide workable solutions and attempt to resolve and build consensus when disputes between employees arise.
Consult with legal counsel on human resource issues for verification of course of action.
Develop and maintain an Electronic HR data base consisting of relevant employee information.
Duties and Responsibilities may be adjusted at the sole discretion of M’Chigeeng First Nation.

*For detailed job description, please email carlaa@mchigeeng.ca.

Qualifications:

Preferred

Diploma in Human Resources Management, with three to five years of work experience in an HR capacity, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Certification in Human Resources Management by a provincial governing body
Member of the Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario with a Canadian Human Resource Professional designation.
Knowledge of Federal Labour standards, the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Occupational Health and Safety section of the Canada Labour Code.

Minimum

Certification in Human Resources Management by a provincial governing body is an asset.
Knowledge of Federal Labour standards, the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Occupational Health and Safety section of the Canada Labour Code. 
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Good analytical, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills.
High level of confidentiality and discretion
Practice rooted in holistic, strengths-based, and person-centered approach
Knowledge of Anishinabek language, culture, traditions, and practices or willingness to learn
Valid Driver’s License and access to a reliable vehicle

Criminal Reference Check (CRC) requirement must be 30-days current and must be an original

If you are interested in this new opportunity, applicants must submit cover letter, resume, with three current reference contacts (2 work related and 1 character reference) and copies of educational qualifications to:

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

c/o Art Jacko, Enaagdenjged
M’Chigeeng First Nation, P.O. Box 333
M’CHIGEENG, ON P0P 1G0
Fax 705-377-4980 or email to:   employment@mchigeeng.ca

Miigwetch to all interested applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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