Working for Leduc County is more than just a job. We enjoy a friendly, cooperative and fun work environment, where we work hard, with the best people and resources in order to deliver the most efficient, effective services we can to build and sustain a strong community for our residents.
Key Responsibilities Include:
The Manager - Human Resources, Health and Safety provides leadership to, and is accountable for, the delivery of human resource services and a comprehensive health, safety and wellness program that align with legislative requirements and organizational goals. As a leader within the Corporate Services department, the manager is a key contributor to the achievement of the department’s strategic and operational objectives.
A degree or designation in human resources, business administration or related discipline is required. Five (5) years of management or supervisory experience, preferably within the public sector, with in-depth knowledge of human resources is required.
A service focus with strengths in a broad range of communication and interpersonal techniques and skills are required in order to achieve strategic and operational goals and preferred outcomes. Strong verbal and written communication skills are required to gain input, ensure mutual understanding and encourage participation and collaboration in the delivery of programs and services. The ability to deliver public presentations, and prepare clear, concise reports for senior levels of management and council is required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite of tools and other database and spreadsheet applications is required. The ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality is essential.
Proven achievement of results through strength in management and supervision, sound decision-making, budgeting, and project management is key to success in the role. Experience working with and leading teams is required. Familiarity with municipal governance, operations, and knowledge of rural communities is an asset. Must be eligible for, or maintain, a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation. A combination of education and experience may be considered.