Alliance RH + is looking for a Research and Information Management Advisor for an excellent client located in Montreal.
The place is traveling very well (Crémazie metro station), and the team is made up of competent and friendly professionals.
Summary of the feature
Under the responsibility of the Secretary General or his representative, the person performs various tasks in order to:
- Contribute to research and critical analysis of the various social and economic issues affecting Québec society, the labor market and labor relations,
- To ensure sound management of the three main bodies of information of our client (specialized documentation, administrative documents and historical archives).
Description of tasks
The Research and Information Management Advisor performs one of the following tasks:
1. Contribute to the work of our client's various departments to develop orientations and policies on the main issues facing the plant by developing a strategic watch and direct informational support for research, writing and research projects. positioning
2. Participate in the drafting of documents produced by the research department: opinions, memoranda, policy statements, information documents and conference or conference documents.
3. Support the work of our executives in implementing our client's priorities and on major societal issues, including the preparation of briefing notes.
4. Participate in the different phases of research done within our client's working groups or in collaboration with external researchers, such as:
- land surveys, focus groups;
- preparation and conducting of surveys;
- statistical analysis;
- literature review;
- legislative analysis;
- analysis of work situations.
5. Update the development process of the collection of our customer's documentation center and adapt its acquisition policy to the current digital reality and collaborative tools;
6. Develop tools and procedures that support the consistent classification and effective retrieval of information and meet, where applicable, the regulatory requirements for document availability and retention (eg, developing a classification plan). and a retention schedule, naming conventions, etc.);
7. Ensure the access and durability of the historical archives by adequate treatment and by maintaining an inventory facilitating the identification of the pieces kept in different sites;
8. Optimize the technologies by which collections are cataloged (Regard, Archilog and our client's document systems);
9. Organize the physical spaces in which the collections are kept and renew the layout of the documentation center available to staff;
10. Based on some needs analysis, ensure optimal use of information resources with staff;
11. Increase the informational literacy of our client's employees through advice or training;
12. Monitor good information management practices and implement those that improve work processes for teams;
13.Make the legal deposit of publications.
14. Participate in the preparation of events under the responsibility of the Research Department (eg retreats, symposiums, etc.);
15. Perform any other duties requested by the Secretary General or his / her delegate.
People applying for this job must have:
- A university degree in industrial relations or a master's degree in labor law or equivalent experience, as well as a diploma or experience in information science or documentation;
- Good writing and critical analysis skills;
- Relevant experience of three (3) years;
- Knowledge of relevant software. For example, for specialized collection management, archive management, monitoring, document management, bibliographic management, etc .;
- Office automation skills (especially the Office suite);
- Good ability to work in a team or independently;
- Knowledge of the union community would be an asset.
Interested candidates should send their application to
Please note that the purpose of the use of the masculine is to simplify the text.We thank all applicants for their interest, however, we will only contact those selected for an interview. We endorse the principle of employment equity and encourage applications from the four designated groups as identified in the Employment Equity Act.