JOB OBJECTIVE & PROFILE Human Resources Consultant/OHS&WCB Advisor/Social Human Services/EAP COUNSELOR
Also a Certified H.R. Professional with progressively responsible management experience as Human Resources Consultant. excellent Generalist and with leadership qualities used successfully to enhance organizational performance by delivering integrated and innovative HR solutions to Managers, Supervisors and Employees at all levels; considered a very diligent, forward & strategic, innovative thinker, proactive resolution and problem solving skills and team-coordinator & builder with sound interpersonal and communication skills. Working with due diligence also to create and restore cost effective intuitive for the organization. Areas of Expertise…. POLICY & PROCEDURES ? RECRUITMENT ? TRAINING ? PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT ? COUNSELLING EMPLOYEE RELATIONS? LABOUR RELATIONS ? WCB ? EMPLOYMENT LAW ? OHS
• SKILLS SUMMARY • Extensive experience and knowledge in numerous professional categories in reference to confidentiality, privacy, ethics codes and conduct • Extremely comfortable in facilitating and promoting programs within organizations or individual situations • Extensive knowledge in Human Resource, EAP programs and Resolution Solving Skills (Mediation) • Extensive knowledge in developing correct procedures with all Human resource functions • Extensive knowledge in Occupational Health and Safety and provincial guidelines and expectations • Extensive knowledge including Labour relations, collective agreements, union/investigations • Familiar with Human Rights Jurisdictions and protocols both Provincial and Federal • Excellent Writing and Verbal Skills and Proficient in Software • Excellent at multi-tasking • Extremely diligent in excepting new and interesting challenges • Extremely natural in adapting to people and their situations and am a very non-judgmental individual • My counseling skills are unique in that they empower me by a client’s reaction to know that I am a sincere listener and I do care • Handle crisis situations very calmly and professionally
Benefits and Resources
Selected Accomplishments: • Institutionalised organizational behaviour through different Employee Relations programs • Harmoniously resolved grievances, conflicts and targeting problem area projects • Provided guidance in developing HR policies, which improved morale & efficiency • Successful as Change Mediator in transforming Labour Relations in to Human Relations • Implemented Absentisum Record, Creating Trade Contracts Policies and Procedures Helped to design with /safety officer orientation seminars • Created Performance Appraisals and Managed all employee WCB files and introduced the WCB back to work program • Conducted and selected all hiring interviewing and terminations. • Responsible for maintaining all disciplinary reports and interviews with the employees concerned. (Creating vacation schedules)
(CONTRACT SPECIFIC TIME FRAME (OCTOBER•••••NOVEMBER 4/•••••) ABORIGINAL FEMALE PRE-RECRUITMENT COUNSELOR REQUIREMENTS: A Female Qualified Counselor to enhance the services for the Candidates to successfully complete the PRTC program. Culture is an essential element of the PRTC program. It is therefore paramount that suitable counselors are contracted to assist all participants in cultural aspects and guidance through a sometime difficult training environment.
SCOPE OF WORK: The counselor will provide cultural guidance and counseling to all students participating in the PRTC program at CFB Halifax, N.S. The counselor shall be required to support the PRE-Recruitment Training Course during all phases of the course.
TASKS: a) Interact with the participants of the PRTC on a professional basis b) Be available to be on call as needed to intervene with any emergency situations c) Assist participants with the cultural aspect in order to best suit their needs which may include contact with Elders or other community leaders (including but not limited to) assisting youth with personal concerns, home sickness, family issues and providing support should a personal emergency arise. d) Provide encouragement as well as emotional and social support to the participants of the PRTC e) Liaison with the PRTC staff shall be required on a regular basis in order to effectively manage issues that arise. f) Provide advice to the PRTC staff regarding counseling for aboriginal youth who may not fully understand or comprehend the course aims and assist in developing healthy boundaries of respect between themselves and their military supervisors. g) Provide advice/direction to participants regarding behavioral issues regarding appreciation and respect to other Aboriginal cultures involved with the program, while providing assistance and advice to the PRTC staff regarding potential problems. h) Liaison with the PRTC staff on a daily basis to receive daily reports on those participants were conflict may be an issue
A full Assessment and Recommendation report along with Incidents and other issues had to be completed for the Military and Aboriginal Dignitaries.
Human Resources Advisor and Consultant Nova Scotia Native Council October •••••March- •••••
• Created a Human Resources Department • Job descriptions • Job evaluations • Resolution Solving • WCB files • Worked with Educational and resource training with the Educational Director • Assisted with community services and gave direction for resources available in mainstream that were beneficial to Those requiring special assistance • Created policy and procedure manual