Security Clearance: Top Secret - RCMP - Level III
Fluency in Language: French, English
Second Language Evaluation: ECE
Motivated professional employee with acquired expertise in organizing, facilitating, and providing competent customer service to clients within and outside federal agencies. Recognized for contributions in promoting partnerships and enhancing moral with J Division employees, their families, and members of the community. Recognized for having the ability to multi-task various projects and events.
Bachelor of Arts - University of New Brunswick - May •••••
Project Management - Training and Development Canada - February •••••
Interest Based Training - National Defence, Base Gagetown - April •••••
Introduction to Conflict Resolution - University of Prince Edward Island - September •••••
RCMP Member/Employee Assistance Program Basic Referral Agent - June •••••
RCMP - J Division (New Brunswick)
Human Resource Management Information System Manager - •••••/••••• - Present
Personal Administration Research and Development Coordinator - •••••/••••• - •••••/•••••
•••••Manage and direct the implementation of the Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS - PeopleSoft).
•••••Coordinate and conduct on-the-job and formal training sessions for divisional users.
•••••Provide operational flow of the divisional data inputs.
•••••Through system monitoring, manage and control personnel resources in conjunction with established positions on a provincial scale. Anticipate and advise on human resources and organizational changes, trends and directions in relation to personnel resources through system reporting modules (HR population of •••••).
•••••Perform Quality Assurance procedures by monitoring, auditing, and supervising entries conducted by individual users.
•••••Provide advice to senior management relative to the actual and established positions within their home units.
•••••Reorganize, promote, and advise HR personnel and unit managers on reports relevant to their respective accounts, departments, and positions available within their area of responsibilities.
•••••Participate in HRMIS Working Groups through joint national development processes between regions and national policy centres.
•••••Communicate through written correspondence and orally on a daily basis to employees and management throughout the division
Harassment in the Workplace Session Coordinator/Facilitator - •••••/••••• - Present
•••••Facilitated over ••••• sessions with participants of up to ••••• employees per class.
•••••Customized presentation to accommodate the environment of employees within the police force (Corel Presentation and Facilitators Manual).
•••••Coordinate and coach sessions and facilitators within the division.
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Security Coordinator - •••••/••••• - •••••/•••••
•••••Review and process personnel security documentation.
•••••Interpret and apply the departmental personnel security policies, guidelines and procedures.
•••••Provide advice and guidance on procedures in relation to classification or designation of information.
Criminal Operations - Operational Support - •••••/••••• - •••••/•••••
HRDC - Employment Service Delivery and Support - Management Support - •••••/••••• - •••••/•••••
Canada Immigration Centres - Fredericton & Edmundston, NB.
Immigration Counsellor; Immigration Examining Officer; Immigration Settlement Officer - •••••/••••• - •••••/•••••
•••••Examined and interviewed individuals for the purpose of enforcing federal legislation.
•••••Analysed documents to determine compliance or eligibility under legislation and regulations.
•••••Investigated, evaluated information and, when needed, apprehended persons who had or was suspected of having violated some aspect of the Immigration Act and Regulations; accepted, evaluated and made recommendations concerning applications in Canada for members of the family class, humanitarian, compassionate, and national interest cases; assessed, evaluated and determined eligibility of sponsors in Canada to provide assistance to relatives abroad; assisted in the settlement of persons admitted to Canada as permanent residents.
•••••Knowledge and experience of a planning process through needs analysis and interventions by prioritizing local needs; problem solving; developing and assessing proposals for programs; preparing contracts; calculating payments; planing and conducting financial and activity monitors and interviewing immigrants in relation to assessments for the immigrant language training programs.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS and Relevant Training
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing
Business Grammar & Usage Workshop
Effective Writing Workshop
Effective Presentations Workshop
Board of Directors Portage New Brunswick
Referral Agent for the Members Employee Assistance Program J Div.
Co-chair RCMP Regimental charity Ball •••••
Accommodations coordinator for ••••• RCMP members during the Francophone Summit
Organizing member of the Peace Officers Memorial Event at the National Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police ••••• Conference
Co-chair of the RCMP •••••th Anniversary Regimental Charity Ball •••••
•••••Habitat for Humanity
•••••Canadian Red Cross
Extended experience within Corel Office applications
Experience MS Office applications
Extended experience with PeopleSoft Software
Computerized Criminal Information System
Canadian Police Information Centre
Group Wise e-mail Software
Extended experience in On-line Applications