- Business Unit: Transat A.T. Inc.
- Service: Human Resources
- Status: Permanent, full time
- Location: Montreal Downtown
Reason to be
The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating and keeping up-to-date in the HR (SAP) system the files of the employees in the assigned customer scope (unionized and / or non-unionized).
In support of managers, employees and the human resources team, he will ensure the proper management of benefit programs and will be the point of contact for all questions related to human resources management activities, including the various programs offered by the organization.
- Ensure the administrative and technical management (SAP HR) of the files used;
- Contribute to the process of integrating new employees for all aspects of benefits;
- Inform employees about human resources policies and procedures;
- Coordinate exchanges between suppliers and employees; (eligibility, administrative follow-up treatment of the various group insurance programs, RRSPs, travel benefits, etc., maintain the computerized group insurance system (CBM);
- Produce, analyze and distribute various reports (vacations, staff, provisions, bank balances, etc.);
- Ensure the classification of documents related to the management of employee files.
- DEC in Human Resources with 2 to 3 years of experience or equivalent in professional experience;
- Experience in a unionized environment (an asset);
- Essential bilingualism, French and English, both orally and in writing;
- Knowledge of the SAP HR module (an asset);
- Good knowledge of benefit programs;
- Excellent knowledge of the core software of the Microsoft Office suite;
- Ability to perform well on different folders simultaneously in a high-volume environment;
- Have the desire to offer an efficient customer service;
- Demonstrate good analytical skills, rigorous autonomy and discretion.
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Transat places great importance on diversity in the workplace and subscribes to the principle of employment equity by encouraging applications from designated groups, ie women, people Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
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