Senior Human Resources Consultant – REG00184

**If you have already applied for this position, you need not reapply.**

As Canada’s national public broadcaster, the CBC offers all Canadians broadcasting services that inform, enlighten and entertain while reflecting the diversity and complexity of Canadian society.

The CBC is a well-known and highly-respected national employer. The work environment is professional and creative and employees take a great deal of pride in their work. As a complex, high-profile organization where change is the constant, it presents one of the most unique and challenging Senior Human Resources opportunities in Canada.

Reporting to the Regional HR Manager for Manitoba and Saskatchewan the Senior HR Consultant is an integral member of the leadership teams for both French and English Services in Saskatchewan.

The key responsibilities of this role will be drive regional objectives established and lead by the English and French services Directors.

  • Acting as a business partner, the role entails working directly with clients to develop medium and long-term strategies to address operational and programming objectives as well as working to devise solutions to conflicting or complex issues.
  • You will also act as a change agent by supporting innovation and organizational change from planning and development phases to completion.
  • You will build strong partnerships with managers and effective relationships with union representatives to address current and potential issues while taking into account the broader objectives of the client and the corporation.
  • As the key Human Resources generalist for the region, you will also be responsible for advising and guiding management and staff on all matters related to human resources policies, collective agreements and overall policies and practices.

Specifically, but not limited to the following:

Key Tasks:

  • Manages the entire recruitment and selection process for the region,
    Creates and implements organizational development strategies and reviews, including development of local Diversity strategies as it relates to people and programming,
  • Creates and delivers training,
  • Key facilitator in the resolution of issues and the negotiations of solutions to collective agreement issues.
  • Oversees the resolution of disability management issues (both short-term and long-term) on behalf of clients, working with managers, the union and employees
  • Directs, oversees and monitors the successful implementation of ongoing, cyclical and new programs
  • Provides expertise and guidance to leaders on compensation policies and reviews,
  • Advises and guides management and staff on all aspects of performance management, succession planning, and positive employee engagement.
  • Plays key role within various local committees eg. Health and Safety.

What you will bring:

  • A business degree with a focus on Human Resources or Industrial Relations or equivalent is required and a CHRP designation is desirable.
  • 5+ years experience in all aspects of Human Resources management, including experience working in a unionized workplace and leading a team
  • Superior interpersonal and client management skills, with ability to quickly build strong relationships.
  • Ability to work as a member of a team and to influence others.
  • Strong knowledge and hands on expertise in various information systems and programs, including Microsoft Office, Email, Internet, Online systems and in house Human Resources Information Systems.
  • Excellent time management and project management skills, with a proven ability to consistently meet multiple demands and deadlines.
  • Familiarity with CBC Saskatchewan region and programming
  • Strong decision-making skills and creative problem-solving abilities
  • Strong leadership, organizational skills and good judgment
  • Good presentation and training skills.
  • Excellent communications skills (written and verbal).
  • The ability to effectively communicate in both English and French is required

If you are seeking a media environment that fosters creativity and innovation, this is the place for you.

We value the importance of a diverse workforce and encourage applications from Aboriginal Peoples, women, members of a visible minority and persons with a disability.

Please visit and apply online.

The CBC is committed to equity in employment and programming.

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