Growth in the BC First Nations Justice Council has created the opportunity for a part or full time HR Manager to manage our people practices and functions including recruitment, onboarding, compensation and benefits, training and development, performance management, and employee relations.
We are seeking an experienced HR Manager with education and experience working in and developing sound people practices which reflect Indigenous teachings and ways. This position will work closely with the Executive Director in stewarding the culture of the organization through our growth and be a key resource to managers in their efforts to accomplish organizational and departmental goals with and through their teams. You will also work with employees directly, answering questions, providing tools and resources, and assisting with leaves and returns to work.
You would ideally be based in our Westbank office; however, we could contemplate someone located anywhere in BC. The successful candidate will need to travel to our various offices from time to time and must be accomplished at communicating and collaborating with remote teams.
We provide competitive compensation and benefits, RRSP, and a culturally safe and supportive work environment which we hope you will be a part of fostering.
If this position sounds like the challenge you have been waiting for, please apply now. Interviews will begin as soon as possible and the posting will close when the successful candidate has been chosen.
The BC First Nations Justice Council (the Council) is a relatively new organization with an ambitious mandate to transform BC’s justice system for the better. The organization is headquartered in Westbank, BC and provincial in scope, and currently building technical capacity required to deliver on the BC First Nations Justice Strategy.
Excellent organization skills including the ability to multitask and handle competing priorities are a necessity to effectively support our team. You must also be an effective communicator and collaborator with the ability to sensitively and carefully handle confidential information.
CPHR along with extensive experience advising managers and leaders on how to create trust and align people practices and skills with goals and values. Must have a long track record building effective people systems which serve the business and advance people.
Must be able to think like an owner and do business development.