Our client, a CLSC based in Northern Quebec, has mandated Bedard Human Resources exclusively to recruit a Human Resources Department Manager, organizational coordination and general management support. If you have more than 3 years of experience in human resources management in the health care system, a good knowledge of current trends in HR and the desire to make a difference in the indigenous community with the hybrid and/or in-person mode on the territory? This position is for you.
In addition to a regional disparity bonus, all-inclusive furnished housing and/or hybrid work mode, defined benefit pension plan, a comprehensive insurance plan and many other benefits,
This is a great career opportunity in the health care system with the indigenous community to manage the human resources department and provide support to the general management.
Propose and ensure the implementation of a people-centered approach to human resources management in all departments of the institution.
Handle the development, implementation and deployment of human resources management policies, strategies, programs and general processes throughout the institution and ensure their interpretation and application.
Ensure the implementation of an evaluation program and performance measurement tools.
Act as an expert and support managers on all matters related to human resources.
Perform any other related tasks.
Furnished housing provided / permanently on the territory and/or hybrid schedule with occasional presence on the territory.
Group insurance plan.
Defined benefit pension plan.
Possibility of getting a northern leave if you are currently working in the health system.
Many other competitive advantages.
Undergraduate degree in industrial relations, law, human resources management or a field relevant to the position.
Exceptional experience in human resources management and good knowledge of current issues and trends in HR management.
More than 5 years of human resources management.
Fluent in French and English: advanced intermediate level.
Good understanding of the health and social services system- essential.
Strong knowledge of indigenous culture and community – asset.
Experience working with First Nations or in remote areas – asset.
Natural leader who mobilizes and brings people together.
Autonomy and strategic vision.
Ability to manage conflict and act in complex and ambiguous issues.