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What you will do
As an integral part of the Human Resource Services team, you will provide both strategic and operational human resource expertise to support workforce priorities of the Legislative Assembly Office (LAO).
You will apply your professional level experience and knowledge to consult and provide expert advice to employees, managers, and Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) on all aspects of human resource management while addressing and influencing the people-related aspects required to meet the LAO’s organizational mandate.
You will utilize a flexible and client-oriented approach to deliver services to a broad workforce that includes nonpartisan and partisan clients, such as MLAs, constituency, caucus, management, and opted out and excluded employees.
Who you are
You are an individual who has demonstrated success in building and leveraging relationships to both understand needs and translate those needs into workforce strategies. You utilize your strong expertise in human resource management and your ability to influence while consulting on complex workforce issues in a dynamic, political environment. Your strategic orientation allows you to excel at analyzing existing processes and programs, proposing enhancements and coordinating multiple projects while maintaining flexibility to balance and shift focus to manage competing priorities. You approach situations from a team perspective and know that collaborating and supporting each other contributes to the best outcomes.
What you bring
Your background includes a related postsecondary degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related area. This is ideally supplemented by achievement of a professional human resource designation.
You possess two to three years’ directly related experience with recruitment, workforce planning, employee relations, classification and compensation, health safety and wellness, employee development and performance management. You communicate effectively through strong written and verbal communication. Your experience within a public service environment is an advantage.
Why Choose the LAO
We are offering a salaried, full-time position in a skilled, diverse and united workforce where employees feel engaged, supported, safe, respected and valued. This is a two-year temporary position, secondments may be considered. For this position the salary ranges from $65,904 to $90,372, dependent on qualifications. We support your career development throughout your time with us at the LAO.
Our comprehensive benefits package includes health and dental options you can choose based on your needs and alter annually at Choice Point time and an annual Health Spending Account to supplement your coverage.
We value employee wellness and work-life balance. The LAO starts all salaried employees at 15 days of vacation per year and provides a variety of leaves for life events. All employees can access the free and confidential Employee and Family Assistance Program. We organize wellness initiatives and provide engage with employees on physical, mental, financial and organizational health matters.
As an integral part of the Visitor Services team and the Parliamentary Programs branch, you will lead the Visitor Services team in promoting public awareness and engagement in the work of the Legislative Assembly through delivery of educational and public programs and management of Visitor Service operations.
You will utilize your exceptional people management skills in directing, coaching and mentoring as you lead the Visitor Services team in developing integrated programs, exhibitions, attractions, events and retail initiatives that support the overall mission of the Legislative Assembly Office (LAO) while ensuring operations run seamlessly.
You are an individual who has succeeded in leading teams and diverse individuals towards a common goal. You will utilize your project coordination skills and business acumen to develop and bring plans to action through the Visitor Services team. You are a known problem-solver who thrives in a changing environment. In all that you do, you will champion service excellence and demonstrate a high level of diplomacy and nonpartisanship in our dynamic political environment.
Your background includes a related postsecondary degree in education, history, tourism management, recreation, business administration, or other related field, and a minimum of four years of related experience in a formal management role.
You possess directly related expertise with people management, operational and business planning, and educational programming. You have experience in building employee engagement and coaching and managing teams towards achievement of organizational outcomes.
We are offering a salaried, full-time position in a skilled, diverse and united workforce where employees feel engaged, supported, safe, respected and valued. The salary maximum for this position is $107,568, and is dependent on qualifications. We support your career development throughout your time with us at the LAO. Our comprehensive benefits package includes health and dental options you can choose based on your needs and alter annually at Choice Point time and an annual Health Spending Account to supplement your coverage.
To apply for a position in a constituency office, contact the Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) directly.
To apply for a position in a caucus or independent Member’s office, please contact the appropriate office directly.