BAND 2 - Strategic People and Development Planner
BC Public Service - Vancouver, BC Map1 month ago | $65,600 - $90,900 a year
***Please DO NOT apply for this position by submitting your profile on this BC Government Hiring Centre website. Applications must be made via the following directions.***
Position: Strategic Planner, People and Development (HR)
Salary: $65,600.24 - $90,900.08 annually
Classification: Band 2
Division: Corporate Development
Program Area: People and Development
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Closing Date: August 9, 2019
Competition #: DBC 2019-08
Position #: 00123202
Destination British Columbia promotes the development of tourism in British Columbia, marketing the province worldwide with other industry partners. Through innovative approaches and leading-edge marketing initiatives, Destination British Columbia is responsible for ensuring the long-term growth and prosperity of British Columbia’s $18.4 billion tourism industry.
PURPOSE OF POSITION
As Destination BC’s People and Development Strategic Planner, you provide strategic advice and consultation on the development Destination BC’s Human Resource Strategy, organizational development, and implementation of corporate-wide programs and initiatives.
You have a passion for building relationships and working in partnership with all levels of employees and finding ways to actively ensure that our organization has the right Human Resources programs and processes in place to foster a highly engaged team of collaborative, insight-driven, results-focused, courageous employees.
Reporting directly to the Manager, People and Development, you apply a strategic mindset to aligning Destination BC’s Human Resource programs and activities with corporate goals. Your have a strong background in planning and project and program and a proven track record of developing and implementing corporate-wide programs and initiatives that support employee engagement, recruitment, employee learning and development, new employee orientation, performance reviews, and diversity and inclusion.
In this role, you are a leader within the People Development team and on cross-functional project teams and committees. You are results-focused and skilled at prioritizing your work in alignment with strategic goals while finding creative ways to add value to People and Development’s programs and services.FIC ACCOUNTABILITIES
- Researches and analyzes workforce trends in order to identify issues and recommend strategies to meet business and operational needs.
- Leads the implementation of corporate-wide programs that take into account broader people management practices and Destination BC’s organizational needs.
- Develops evaluation tools and conducts on-going evaluation of human resource initiatives to ensure results meet expectations and provide a good return on investment.
- Works closely with senior management and staff to develop human resource plans that align with medium/long-term client business needs.
- Provides support to management to ensure the effective implementation of a number of corporate and Destination BC-specific programs.
- Develops and implements communication strategies and other mechanisms to ensure management and staff are apprised of corporate human resource programs and initiatives at Destination BC.
- Provides expert advice on best practices in organizational design and development
- Post secondary degree in a related field (such as human resources, public administration, business administration, communications), or equivalent.
- A minimum of three years’ Human Resources experience involving research and report development.
- A minimum of three years’ Human Resource experience managing programs and initiatives (such as new employee orientation, learning and development, employee engagement, performance planning, etc.)
- Demonstrated experience managing corporate-wide Human Resource related projects and leading cross-functional teams.
- Demonstrated experience developing and delivering Human Resource training content (such as policies, processes, best practices, etc.) to management and staff.
- Successful completion of security screening requirements of the BC Public Service.
- Preference for Human Resources experience in a unionized work environment.
- Preference for CPHR designation.
- Impact and Influence is the ability to influence, persuade, or convince others to adopt a specific course of action. It involves the use of persuasive techniques, presentations or negotiation skills to achieve desired results.
- Planning, Organizing and Coordinating involves proactively planning, establishing priorities and allocating resources. It is expressed by developing and implementing increasingly complex plans. It also involves monitoring and adjusting work to accomplish goals and deliver to the organization's mandate.
- Relationship Building is working to build or maintain ethical relationships or networks or contacts with people who are, or may be, potentially helpful in achieving work-related goals and establishing advantages. These people may include customers, clients, counterparts, colleagues, etc.
- Service Orientation implies a desire to identify and serve customers/clients, who may include the public, co-workers, other branches/divisions, other ministries/agencies, other government organizations, and non-government organizations. It means focusing one’s efforts on discovering and meeting the needs of the customer/client.
- Strategic Orientation is the ability to link long-range visions and concepts to daily work, ranging from a simple understanding to a sophisticated awareness of the impact of the world at large on strategies and on choices.
- Problem Solving/Judgement is the ability to analyse problems systematically, organize information, identify key factors, identify underlying causes and generate solutions
- Results-Orientation is a concern for surpassing a standard of excellence. The standard may be one’s own past performance (striving for improvement); an objective measure (achievement orientation); challenging goals that one has set; or even improving or surpassing what has already been done (continuous improvement). Thus, a unique accomplishment also indicates a Results Orientation.
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