Direction of human resources
Human Resources description :
The Direction of human resources counts about ten people. The responsibilities of the Direction include:
- Ensure the follow-up of the recruitment and selection process of employees
- Determine terms and conditions of employment and compensation
- Apply the various pension and group insurance plans according to the established conditions
- Ensure the follow-up of continuing education activities
- Follow up on requests for leave and absences from work
- Answering questions from employees and managers regarding working conditions
- Coordinate medico-administrative management and prevention activities (health office
- Coordinate activities with the Employee Assistance Program
- Coordinate the work of various committees: recruitment and retention, labour relations, occupational health and safety, etc.
- Ensure compliance with various organizational policies, including those on housing, regional disparities, workplace harassment, training, etc.
Dynamic and diversified work environment
Work environment that develops positive links with Inuit culture
Significant professional autonomy in several jobs
Attractive remuneration (isolation bonuses, cost of living and retention for certain jobs)
Frequent annual leave
Different possibilities for balancing work and personal life
Moving expenses and storage of personal effects paid by the employer
Furnished accommodation provided by the employer
Accessible northern leave for employees in the health and social services network (recognition of seniority accumulated upon return)
Transport and housing:
The Nunavik region is accessible by air and sea during the summer months. Daily round-trip flights connect the northern region to the south of the province. Departures are available daily from Montreal and several days a week from Quebec City.
Furnished accommodations are provided by the employer to employees hired more than 50 km away. Most employees are either lodge in transit or in a shared apartment upon arrival and with their seniority, they obtain individual housing. The housing is mostly apartments in blocks, quadruplexes, sixplexes, semi-detached or single family unit.