Are you known for your analytical skills as much as your knowledge of compensation matters such as job evaluation and pay equity? Does your passion for your work drive your ability to promote awareness and legislative compliance? If so, the Peel District School Board welcomes your input and insight.
Reporting to the Assistant Manager of Employee Relations and Compensation, you will work collaboratively with the Employee Relations Team to coordinate and conduct compensation and job evaluation for assigned employee groups. This will see you supporting and maintaining effective job evaluation programs for the business groups, advising and supporting managers and employees alike regarding the job evaluation process, and contributing to a variety of quality and service initiatives.
As a Compensation Officer whose expertise in the human resources field extends to employment law, collective agreements, and beyond, you're fully prepared to function as a resource/member of joint union and non-union job evaluation committees, and to ensure compliance with applicable legislation, collective agreements, and Board Policies and Procedures. You will also draw on your excellent interpersonal and communication skills, as you prepare job descriptions, reports, recommendations and statistical analysis, conduct fact-gathering meetings, and maintain job evaluation and pay equity documentation and records.
This half-time position requires the ability to work a flexible work week during peak workload periods.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
The role of Compensation Officer calls for no fewer than 3 years of related job evaluation experience, backed by a university degree related to Human Resources or equivalent related education and directly related experience. This is also an opportunity to put to work your:
To apply for the position of Compensation Officer, please complete an online application through Apply to Education.com. Your completed application package on Apply to Education must include your cover letter, resume and supporting educational credentials. Applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, December 13, 2017.
The Peel District School Board is one of the largest school boards in Canada, with more than 153,000 students in 253 schools.
We appreciate the interest of all applicants, but will only be interviewing selected candidates. For the safety of students, all school board staff need to provide a satisfactory criminal record check prior to commencement of employment.
The Peel District School Board is committed to equity in employment. We will provide reasonable accommodation, based on any of the human rights protected grounds, during the hiring process if advised in advance.