Personnel Officer, Training and Organizational Development / Agent (e) de gestion du personnel, formation et développement organizational.

October 23, 2020

Person who designs, analyzes, evaluates and provides professional techniques in human resources management to promote their optimal performance.


  • Participate in the development of departmental policies and procedures and ensure their communication and understanding to team members;
  • Participate in welcoming and the integration of new team members;
  • Participate in the development of service objectives and ensure communication and understanding among team members;
  • S '' ensures effective coordination of the daily activities of the service according to: availability of team members, priorities, etc.;
  • Participate in the management of work schedules in order to ensure continuity of services and coverage of colleagues' absences;
  • Ensures that work schedules are respected and ensures the compliance of timesheets;
  • Ensures re relocation of personnel management officers during their vacation


  • Coordinates logistics related to training, including attendee lists, contact list and information for trainers, hotels, meeting rooms, travel, catering and documentation;
  • Provide support to managers as well as to local contacts to ensure on-site support and, once training is completed, will verify that invoices are in accordance with contracts and initial documentation;



  • Bachelor's degree in administration, human resources management, industrial relations or any other university discipline related to the position.


  • Three (3) years of relevant experience.

Knowledge and skills:

  • Good knowledge of legislation, regulations, network of health and ministry programs and current MSSS trends;
  • In-depth knowledge of planning and research methods, statistical analysis and information systems;
  • Knowledge of First Nations health / social service patterns, trends and issues is an asset;
  • Knowledge of Cree culture, language and social and health issues in Eeyou Istchee is a asset;
  • Excellent communication, leadership and teamwork skills;
  • Excellent planning and decision-making skills;
  • Good computer skills (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).


  • Fluency in English;
  • Fluency in Cree and French is an asset.


  • Willing to travel as needed.
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