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HR Coordinator

Reference ID: R-2019-1167

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Company: Finning Canada

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Number of Opening: 1

Worker Type: Temporary

Position Overview: As a member of the Human Resources team, the Human Resources Coordinator will assist the HR Services team by providing generalist HR support to the HR Managers and HR Business Partners. The position will be focused on enhancing and centralizing processes, coordinating and administering activities and/or action plans to create efficiencies that will support the HRBP Team. Duties will include performance management support, employee and labour relations support, business priority support and various administrative duties.

Job Description:
Major Job Functions:
  • Create reporting and analytics for HR Services using Workday regarding key performance indicators: turnover, recruitment, performance reviews, employee experience survey, training, employee movement, seniority, accommodation, ability management and compensation. Make recommendation for process improvements based upon trends.
  • First point of contact for employees with inquiries pertaining to payroll, benefits and pension, recruitment, onboarding, HR policies & procedures, Workday navigation etc. Identifies and escalates complex inquiries or cases as needed.
  • Provide HR administrative support by answering employee questions, working on presentations, gathering and analyzing information, writing letters, and utilizing workday for HR related items.
  • Provide guidance to people leaders and HRBP team with transactional Workday activity related to Human Capital Management business (HCM) processes.
  • Create internal offer, overpayment, employment verification, termination and layoff letters and other adhoc letters as required
  • Mentor with HR Business Partners and HR Managers to develop skills in harassment investigations, terminations, performance management, training initiatives and support for labor relations issues
  • Develop in all generalist disciplines within HR by supporting business process and implementation of various HR strategies and priorities, including employee and labour relations, talent management, compensation, training and development, and ability management.
  • Work with front line leaders in developing and reviewing job profiles and job evaluation summaries as part of the compensation evaluation process.
  • Process and maintain HCM (Human Capital Management) position management requirements. This includes but not limited to: position creation and maintenance, employee job and compensation changes and validation of supervisory organization assignments
  • Interpret and explain Collective Agreements, policies, procedures, and relevant legislation.
  • Conduct exit interviews and compiles trend reporting
  • Book site access drug and alcohol tests and send clearance letters
  • Coordinate employee recall process in accordance with applicable CBA.
  • Create presentations, employment documents, announcements and updates internal distribution lists.
  • Perform administrative duties like filing, invoicing, coding, allocating expenses, system data maintenance and ordering office supplies for the HR team.

Education & Experience:
  • Post-secondary diploma or degree in Business Administration or Human Resources; or in progress
  • 2 to 3 years HR generalist experience or combination of both education and experience would be considered
  • Strong computer skills with advanced experience in Excel, previous experience with HRIS systems an asset
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills; ability to balance multiple priorities and meet deadlines in a fast paced environment
  • Excellent initiative, combined with planning, analytical and decision making skills
  • Effective written & oral communication skills with a strong attention to detail
  • Knowledge and understanding of labour and employment laws, regulations, procedures and standards in Canada

Please note: Minimum 6 month temporary opportunity

We are committed to diversity at Finning, to building and sustaining a diverse and inclusive workforce and as an equal opportunity employer we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. Finning does not discriminate against applicants based on genders, races, national and ethnic origins, religions, ages, sexual orientation, marital and family status, and/or mental or physical disabilities.

Posted: April 22, 2019
Closes: June 21, 2019