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As a Committee Clerk you are responsible for providing advice and direction related to committee processes and parliamentary procedure to the Committee Chairs and Members of the Legislative Assembly. Your knowledge of parliamentary procedure is essential in managing your assigned portfolio of Standing and Special Committees of the Legislative Assembly. Strong research and analytical skills are required in order to provide trusted guidance to Members of the committee. This role requires the utmost sensitivity, tact, integrity and good judgement as you navigate committee proceedings during live broadcasts. The Committee Clerk is responsible for ensuring efficient and effective functioning of committees including taking a lead on the coordination of logistics and planning.
To be successful in this role, you must exercise a high level of flexibility, diplomacy and neutrality while working with privileged and confidential information in a dynamic parliamentary environment. Your background includes a degree in a related field (political science, history or law) and several years of progressively responsible related experience. The ideal candidate is resourceful and proactive, a problem-solver who thrives in a changing environment. An understanding of the rules of procedure for committees and familiarity with parliamentary procedure would be considered a strong asset. You must have advanced computer skills and the ability to build strong professional relationships.
Salary range for this position is $65,904 to $86,436, dependent on qualifications. A comprehensive benefit package is also available.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under further consideration will be contacted. Final candidates will undergo pre-employment checks.
As the Manager of Human Resource Services you will guide the development of human resource activities, lead critical initiatives through the organization, manage the day-to-day branch operations and coach the team of human resources and payroll professionals. Your high level of diplomacy, professionalism and emotional intelligence will allow you to navigate through sensitive and complex matters and build relationships with elected officials and senior positions in the public service.
Drawing on your expertise in the field, you will provide senior-level consulting and advice to our MLAs, managers and employees, setting an example for understanding issues and how to resolve them.
You will transform ideas into action for both the consulting and payroll functions of our human resources operation, setting the pace and modelling best practices for the team. You will also oversee the short- and long- term planning initiatives in conjunction with the Director of Human Resource Services.
In all that you do, you will champion service excellence and demonstrate a high level of diplomacy and nonpartisanship in our dynamic political environment. You will bring a set of personal values that generate a culture of trust, innovation, comradery and meaningful work.
The ideal candidate is resourceful and proactive, a known problem-solver who thrives in a changing environment. You are a team player that integrates a high degree of personal drive and motivation towards team support, collaboration and reaching organizational goals.
To take on this role you will have demonstrated supervisory or managerial experience and a minimum of seven years leading human resources functions including: workforce planning, recruitment, policy development, employee relations, compensation and benefits administration, health and safety, employee development and performance management. Post-secondary education in a related area is required as is a professional human resources designation. Familiarity with a public service environment and interest in parliamentary process would be considered assets.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated excellence in communication, time and resource management, interpersonal and relationship-building skills as well as a strong client orientation.
The Manager of Human Resource Services position offers an annual salary of $87,504 -$133,836, dependent on qualifications. A comprehensive benefits package is also available.
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