Treaty 2 Territory – The Human Resource Strategist will lead and support a comprehensive human resources development strategy in education, health and social services in First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNiT2T).
- Job Title: Human Resource Strategist
- Proposed start date: 14 January 2019 (Term)
- Job/Office location: Treaty 2 Territory
- Wage: Discussed at interview process
The Human Resource Strategist will report to the Senior Management of Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan Secretariat in any and all aspects of his/her duties.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Facilitates and draws upon information integration from diverse sources and provides regular updates;
- Builds an inventory data base of human resources currently available by persons currently practicing;
- Assess current and future human resources needs and identifies actions needed by governments, educational institutions, and others to address those needs;
- Assesses requirements for both direct service personnel as well as planners, researchers and administrators;
- Assesses current and future policy requirements to support strategic aims in conjunction with senior management;
- Researches best practices to enable the best design of Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan policies;
- Evaluates Human Capital needs and trends and identifies and communicates findings and best practices;
- Explores recruitment, training and retention issues;
- Examines the personal and professional supports required to encourage Treaty 2 professionals to practice in Treaty 2 Territory;
- Develops and implements proposals for a system to monitor the status of Treaty 2 human resources;
- Develops and analysis of how, to the maximum extent possible, First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory human resource development can be implemented under Treaty 2 control;
- Consults on best practices to ensure organizational effectiveness, structure, and effective financial management of labor;
- Travel as required;
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS
Candidates must possess the following skills and attributes:
- Post‐secondary degree in Human Resources, Business or related field with a minimum 5 years experience;
- Demonstrate expertise in leading policy and program development projects;
- Ability to communicate in a clear and compelling way to different audiences and foster a culture of trust and openness;
- Strong qualitative and quantitative analytical skills;
- Knowledge of local, regional, national current events and politics;
- Proven exceptional verbal and written communication skills;
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to work as a team player to effectively interact with elected officials, staff, media, service providers, and government agencies;
- Highly motivated and ability to work in demanding and fast‐paced work environment.
- Exceptional organizational and time‐management skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks to meet strict deadlines;
- Self‐motivated and ability to work with minimal supervision;
- Knowledge of Anishinaabe language and understanding of culture and tradition an asset;
- Valid Class 5 driver’s licence and own vehicle;
- Maintain confidentiality with a high level of accuracy regarding information.
Please Apply by Friday 4 January 2019 (Letter and resume):
Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan –Treaty 2:
Box 1254, Lake Manitoba First Nation
Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Those selected for an interview will be required to provide a “presentation” on the HR Strategy, in reference to the job description as outlined, at the time of the interview.
Last modified: December 21, 2018