Job Requisition Id: 52301
Business Function: Human Resources
Primary City: Ottawa
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Permanent
Language Requirement: English Essential
Employee Class and Level: CPMGA02
Number of Vacancies 1
Job Closing Date : 14/07/2020
The Manager, Wellness, Leave and Attendance has ownership of the wellness, and attendance policies and programs at CPC. The Manager is responsible for setting the direction for the Corporate initiatives related to wellness, leave and attendance as well as ensuring their success through well-defined measurement criteria.
Below are the main job requirements and responsibilities for the Manager, Wellness, Leave and Attendance.
Develops, implements and assesses effectiveness of Wellness, Leave and Attendance policies and programs in line with industry best practices, corporate strategy, legislation, and collective agreements. Ensures programs are delivered in an integrated manner with other benefit and absence management initiatives.
Provides strategic direction to service providers, monitors results by compiling and analysing data into comprehensive reports on utilization, success on wellness policies and programs and financials associated with each of the policies/programs to measure cost-effectiveness in achieving corporate goals and outcomes.
Maintains collaborative, productive relationships with employees, team leaders, service providers, bargaining agents, and government agencies, while managing competing interests to maintain policy and program integrity.
Provides national training on Wellness, Leave and Attendance policies/programs. Develops or modifies policies, tools, processes as required as well as plans and executes company-wide wellness programs and initiatives.
Acts as the central contact person and subject matter expert for resolving complex issues and second level escalation issues.
Job Responsibilities (continued)
Identifies and analyzes trends, improvement opportunities, policy implications, and issues which may require action to meet corporate expectations or contractual obligations and provides relevant data to key stakeholders.
Prioritizes programs and intervention based on reported data that will make the greatest impact on the Corporation. Establish business strategy with a longer term focus based on the Corporation’s vision.
Conducts benchmarking analysis to aid in program development and improvement.
Keeps abreast of relevant legislation and ensures program compliance and currency.
Manages one employee and coordinates a team of field professionals to ensure role clarity and prioritization of deliverables.
Completed post-secondary education in a related field
5 years or more of relevant functional experience in a unionized environment responsible for national/corporate-wide programs
2 or more years’ experience in a supervisory capacity.
Other Candidate Requirements
Excellent organizational, analytical, judgement and decision-making skills with proven abilities in problem solving.
Proven competency in assessing, measuring and delivering positive return on investment outcomes.
Knowledge of relevant legislation (i.e. Human Rights Act, Labour Code, etc.).
Knowledge of contract management
Excellent team building and leadership skills and experience.
Strong oral and written communication skills.
Expert knowledge of Corporate systems, programs and Collective Agreements impacting on and affecting delivery of programs
Proficient computer skills and competent with Microsoft Office programs.
Bilingualism an asset
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