deputy director

May 31, 2019

With 9,700 dedicated and dedicated employees, the Commission scolaire de Laval is the second largest employer in the Laval region.

We are a public organization offering French-language educational services to more than 56,000 students through its 82 institutions that include 56 elementary schools, 14 secondary schools, 8 vocational training centers, 4 training centers, adult education and business and continuing education service.

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DEPUTY DIRECTOR

HUMAN RESOURCES SERVICE

DOTATION (personnel movement sector)

PLACE OF WORK: 955, boul. St-Martin West, Laval

TREATMENT: Class 10 (minimum: $ 94,183 - maximum: $ 125,574)

INTERVIEWS: June 21, 2019

INPUT DATE ON: to be determined

DIRECTION OF SERVICE: Catherine Roussel

Under the authority of the Human Resources Branch, the position of Assistant Director of Services includes the performance of all management functions (planning, organization, management, control, evaluation), and a context of hypergrowth and staff shortage.

This job mainly involves the following responsibilities:

  • Participate in the development of the directions and strategies of the Commission scolaire de Laval regarding the human resources programs for which it is responsible and, where appropriate, collaborate in the determination of action plans;

  • Assume records management related to personnel movement, job postings, seniority establishment, management of recall and priority lists, etc .;

  • Ensure the smooth running of assignments and transfers processes, in collaboration with union bodies, while promoting the maintenance of a harmonious labor relations climate;

  • Participate in the development and implementation of an integrated staffing structure;

  • Ensure a fair and rigorous application of staffing processes;

  • Manage the team under his responsibility to accompany them. Mobilize and promote their commitment and their professional development (management of a team of more than 10 people);

  • Assist and advise the director of the department and senior management as well as institutional managers on the sector's activities;

  • Develop and implement human resource management tools tailored to the needs of institutions and other administrative units;

  • Assume responsibility for the management of the locum and ensure the establishment of effective management in a context of shortage;

  • Represent the Human Resources Department or the Laval School Board, if applicable;

  • Assume allother mandates or responsibilities entrusted to it, in connection with the operations of the Human Resources Service. In addition, depending on organizational needs, some files may change from one year to the next.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

  • Undergraduate degree in an appropriate field of study or hold a senior executive or executive position, with the exception of the position of manager;

  • Six (6) years of relevant experience;

  • Have experience in managing human resources in the school environment and belong to a professional association are assets;

  • Knowledge of collective agreements an asset.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Knowledge of the various dimensions of human resources functions;

  • Strong computer skills applied to human resources management (Pay-HRM, MS Office Suite);

  • Demonstrated skills in implementing programs and mobilizing staff;

  • Excellent organizational and planning skills and a strong focus on customer service.

EXPERIENCED SKILLS

  • Spirit of innovation, strategic vision and change agent;

  • Sense of planning and organization of work;

  • Decision-making and problem-solving skills;

  • Ability to work under pressure;

  • Adherence to the values ​​of the organization;

  • Collaborative leadership, team spirit;

  • Results-based management.

TESTS WILL BE USED SO THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD CAN CHECK THE LEVEL OF PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE.

Anyone wishing to apply must send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to the address available on the Laval school board's website before June 10 at noon.

The Laval School Board operates an Equality Access Program and invites women, ethnic and visible minorities, Aboriginal people and persons with disabilities to apply. To promote the application of our program, we suggest that candidates indicate whether they belong to one of these groups. Accommodations may be available upon request, during the selection process, for applicants with special needs. The school board thanks all candidates for their interest, but will only contact those selected for the interviews. All applications will be treated confidentially.

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