The Human Resources Management Partner (HRMP) is part of an overall Partnership Model created to provide strategic human resources advice and leadership through analysis, support, guidance and resolution on a range of system, program and process matters. The HR Partnership Model works in conjunction with Communities of Expertise (CoE's), including specialized HR services, Finance, Quality, Safety and Strategy, and other supportive services. The HRMP acts as a main point of contact for operational leaders within the assigned service area and provides strategic advice to these leaders in achieving their business goals. The HRMP leads and supports the employee experience and HR processes such as employment, performance, labour relations, employee wellness and accommodation, etc., as well as organizational results and provincial SHA consistency by ensuring HRMP's are key partners with operational leaders in strategy formulation and implementation.
Within the HRMP service area, and as part of the leadership team, the HRMP works collaboratively with leaders on employee and team development, daily visual management, employee engagement, work design, and change and transition. The HRMP maintains an effective level of business literacy and has shared responsibility for achievement of the work unit's goals and objectives, including people-centered care, promoting a problem-solving
culture and operating within a budget. As the main point of contact for internal clients at the Director or Manager level, HRMP professionals are frequently included in broader business discussions and meetings to support operational leaders in achieving their business and operational goals.
- Valid Class 5 driver's license
- A Bachelor's Degree in Commerce, Business Administration, Behavioural Sciences, Education, or related area.
Minimum of three years related experience in Human Resources or Health Care Management.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Ability to plan, prioritize and oversee numerous concurrent projects effectively
- Ability to ensure establishment of appropriate standards, policies and practices
- Demonstrated ability to engage, motivate and lead.
- Demonstrated consulting, coaching and facilitation skills.
- Influencing and negotiation skills.
- Commitment to client service, teamwork and collaboration.
- Ability to manage self in a variety of situations, maintaining a high level of professionalism.
- Working knowledge of multiple human resource disciplines and labour law.
- Knowledge of and use of adult education principles and experiential learning techniques.
- Strong qualitative and quantitative research skills
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with colleagues, partners and stakeholders.
- Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
- Advanced communication and organizational skills
- Process-oriented with strong analytical and problem-solving skills
- Knowledge of the healthcare system in Saskatchewan
- Ability to build and maintain relationships and communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing
- Ability to organize work and manage competing and shifting priorities
- Knowledge pertaining to the recruitment and retention of healthcare workers.
- Travel within the province of Saskatchewan may be required
- External applicants applying to the Saskatchewan Health Authority are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of Vaccination will be required prior to offer of employment.
The successful candidate is responsible to obtain and provide an original Criminal Record Check (CRC) & Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) from their local police service, RCMP or previous country/countries of residence that is dated within the past six (6) months that is satisfactory to the Saskatchewan Health Authority. Internal candidates may be required to provide a CRC & VSC during recruitment and selection process.
Geographic Location: YORKTON
Expected Start Date: January 3, 2022
Expected Up To Date: December 30, 2022