The Human Resources Specialist is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and administering assigned human resources programs and policies supporting the strategic direction of the Law Society. This includes coordination of compensation and pension programs and other Human Resources related functions and services.
A university degree, or equivalent, in Human Resources, or related field, coupled with a C.C.P. or C.H.R.L designation.
The Human Resources Specialist combines Human Resources consultative and administrative responsibilities, together with significant analysis and project management, which requires a minimum 5 years’ progressive experience in compensation and pension.
Solid understanding of employment related legislation and effective Human Resources services delivery.
Solid understanding of the Law Society, in particular Human Resources policies and procedures, or willingness to learn.
Knowledge of current trends and developments in the Human Resources fields, especially in compensation and pension, from a specialist perspective, and their practical applications at the Law Society.
Knowledge of best practices with respect to:
o Effective business practices
o Compensation practices
o Human Resources Information Systems
o Performance management systems
o Employee relations and retention strategies
Advanced skills in Excel spreadsheets, databases and data manipulation.
Proficiency in word processing, e mail, and the internet or intranet.
Familiarity and proficiency with HRIS (Human Resources Information Systems).
Speaks and writes in a clear, articulate manner for individual and/or group situations.
Develops and applies complex information.