Manager, Client Services & Labour Relations

The City of Regina. Regina, SK
Closing Date October 20, 2019 Location Regina, SK Work Type Permanent Full-Time
Salary Range $10,665-$13,866 Monthly Experience Level  - Job ID EXE000832
Job Description

More than 200,000 residents rely on the services and programs run by the City of Regina every day. Across over 60 lines of business, and among the 2000 full and part-time employees, our City team is dedicated to building a strong community by providing reliable, sustainable services. The City of Regina’s vision is to be Canada's most vibrant, inclusive, attractive, sustainable community, where people live in harmony and thrive in opportunity. In order to contribute to this vision for our community, the City of Regina’s focus is on serving citizens and delivering outcomes under a philosophy of “One City, One Team”.

Reporting to the Director, People and Organizational Culture, the Manager will assume the responsibility for the management of Client Services and Labour Relations within the Human Resources Department including operational and program planning, stakeholder relationship management, financial management and people leadership.  Mandate includes oversight of the City’s strategic approach to labour relations including collective bargaining, grievances and arbitration. Oversees broader employee relations for out-of-scope employees. Provides strategic oversight and direction for organization-wide recruitment, training and development as well as diversity and inclusion. As a member of the Department’s management team, leads and/or participates in Department or City-wide projects and special initiatives.

As the successful candidate, you have a post-secondary degree or diploma with a minimum of 5 years of progressive experience leading an HR function.  You have sound business acumen and strong knowledge and experience in collective agreements, labour relations (including negotiations and arbitrations) and HR best practices. You are skilled in change management principles, have experience in organizational development, and have solid knowledge of inclusion and diversity practices.  With advanced interpersonal skills, you have proven yourself as a leader and have the ability to inspire excellence in others.  Superior communication and problem-solving abilities round out your qualifications.  

How to Apply
To apply for this position, please submit your application and related materials to opportunities@boyden.com and state the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.