|Posting Number: CPM-8203|
|Position Title: Manager of Human Resources & Administration|
|Department: Office of the Executive Officer, Osgoode Hall Law School|
|Salary Grade: F|
|Hiring Salary Range: $76,792 - $86,391|
|Maximum of Salary Range: $105,589|
|Duration: Continuing Full-Time|
|Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.|
PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS FOR THIS POSTING WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 4:30 pm, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2012.Reporting to the Executive Officer, the Manager of Human Resources & Administration contributes to the achievement of the School's mission by exercising leadership in the development and maintenance of a professional, effective and positive work environment. The Manager of Human Resources & Administration is responsible for providing leadership in all areas of human resources and general administration at the Law School. The Manager provides expert-level advice and guidance on all employee relations matters to the management team and academic administrators related to both non-academic and academic affiliations. In conjunction with the Executive Officer, and in collaboration with the Osgoode management team, the Manager develops strategies, plans, policies and procedures to achieve the School’s short- and long-term goals and objectives in support of Osgoode’s strategic plan.
University Degree required preferably with focus in Business Administration / Human Resources or equivalent combination of education and experience. Human Resources Professional certification preferred.
5 – 7 years related managerial and human resources/employee relations experience in a large unionized public sector organization. Experience in an educational environment preferred; demonstrated experience with organizational design and implementation of change; demonstrated expertise in salary budget planning, conflict resolution, and training and development.
Excellent analytical skills; excellent written and oral communication; excellent people and change management skills, excellent supervisory skills. Knowledge of the University’s budget and financial processes. Demonstrated skill/ability in the following areas: work independently and perform effectively as a member of a team; exercise tact and diplomacy and deal with people in a calm and effective manner in sometimes sensitive situations; evaluate, modify and implement solutions to complex problems and situations; meet short/long term deadlines; set priorities and work effectively under pressure of high volume work; keep up to date with Human Resources developments; ability to make presentations to provide one-on-one sessions or group training; excellent organizational skills; maintain confidentiality; ability to produce clear, concise procedural documentation; flexibility and adaptability. Demonstrated working competency in the following areas: computerized spreadsheets, MS Office (including Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint); email system and internet.
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