Employment Opportunity Recruitment & Training Coordinator Two Year Contract
Purpose of the Position:
Reporting to the Human Resource Manager, the Recruitment & Training Coordinator is responsible for the recruitment of new staff, training under the legislated new worker authorization process for mandated protection workers, public engagement and other administrative tasks as required.
Coordinate recruitment activities:
Post and advertise for job openings.
Maintain resume and applicant profile database.
Screen resumes and employment applications.
Schedule and coordinate candidate interviews.
Verify applicant references, certifications, licenses, and educational credentials.
Plan, coordinate and administer all aspects of training programs for all staff as required.
Assess training needs, schedule and coordinate training courses with internal and external training providers.
Keep record of attendees and all documentation related to the training.
Coordinate, schedule and monitor re-certifications as required.
Track, communicate and ensure DBCFS authorized worker numbers will be sufficient for Designation.
Public Engagement & Networking
Deliver information about DBCFS’s human resource needs to community members throughout the catchment area with regard to: employment opportunities (current, short-term, long-term), salary ranges for the various careers, educational requirements for various positions, experience requirements for various positions, etc.
Develop a strong network between DBCFS and employment, training and education officers throughout the catchment area to improve their knowledge of DBCFS and ongoing human resource needs.
Develop a strong network between DBCFS and high schools, colleges, universities and training institutes to ensure DBCFS is recognized as a quality employer for career path guidance and referrals of promising social work graduates.
Liaise between employees and management in a courteous and professional manner.
Regularly liaise with Director of Services about training and recruitment needs.
Prepare department reports as requested.
Lead special projects as assigned.
Ensures the effective implementation of other duties as determined by the Human Resource Manager.
The successful applicant should have:
a post-secondary degree or diploma in human resources, or a combination of experience and training
a minimum of 2 years related experience in Human Resources
ability to work flexible hours;
ability to travel, possess a valid class “G” driver’s license and a reliable vehicle with $2 million liability insurance;
an acceptable Driver’s Abstract;
The successful applicant will have:
a strong knowledge base of the required training process for protection workers
a good understanding and working knowledge of HR policies and procedures and employee relations
excellent verbal and written communication skills with a positive attitude
the ability to exercise discretion and confidentiality
interpersonal, analytical and organizations skills with attention to detail
demonstrated aptitude for continuous learning and innovative thinking
have a solid background in the use of computers with specific knowledge of MAC computers and applications including Microsoft Office suite
The successful applicant will demonstrate ability to:
relate effectively to staff and management as a diplomatic and flexible team player
work effectively with the management and staff of other programs/agencies
ability to work independently with initiative and leadership
exercise good judgement, analytical, and decision-making skills
work flexible hours as required
provide an acceptable CPIC and VPSS
Salary: $45,000 – $50,000
Closing Date:Open Until Filled (First Screening:Wednesday, May 3, 2017, 12:00 noon)
Only those selected will be contacted for an interview.