Human Resources Supervisor, Administrative Services
Aird & Berlis LLP
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The successful incumbent will be responsible for, but not limited to:

Staffing & Employee Relations

Identifying appropriate coverage for absenteeism, both planned and unplanned
Coordinating the support team with respect to their various assignments
Liaising with firm members regarding upcoming project requirements
Gathering and providing timely feedback on performance
Assisting with the coordination of staffing and workflow for summer assistants, special projects and overtime
Assisting with employee relations for both staff and lawyers
Helping with recruiting efforts as necessary

Tracking and updating various human resources records relating to vacation, absenteeism, new hires, departures, internal changes, etc.
Provide guidance on the interpretation and execution of human resources policies and procedures
Making recommendations on new and existing policies and programs to ensure compliance with all related legislation
Preparing various employee related calculations and associated documentation for human resources matters

Planning and participating in firm events
Administrating the Attendance and Employee Recognition programs
Covering for other staff members during vacations or absences
Monitoring emails/phone calls for after-hours/weekend support

Required Skills/Qualifications:
Minimum of three years of human resources experience preferably in a law firm or in a professional services environment
Successful completion of a post-secondary education in human resources
Strong judgement and employee relations experience working at all levels
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2013
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Strong organizational, time management skills and ability to multi-task
A talent for working collaboratively within a team environment
Ability to deal with sensitive issues tactfully and in a confidential manner
Applicants requiring accommodation to participate in the recruitment process may notify Human Resources accordingly.