Ministry of Justice
Human Resources Manager
Salary $62,000 - $86,000 annually
The Provincial Court of BC sits at 89 locations throughout the Province and hears criminal, family, youth, and civil claims as well as traffic and municipal by-law matters. The Chief Judge of the Provincial Court is appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council and is responsible for assigning Judges and Judicial Justices, and designating court facilities for the hearing of cases within the jurisdiction of the court and for providing administrative direction to Judges, Judicial Justices, and Judiciary staff. The Office of the Chief Judge (OCJ) is the administrative headquarters for the Provincial Judiciary, and is based in downtown Vancouver.
The Human Resources Manager provides supervision and direction to the Human Resources department, human resources advice, human resources policy development, and strategic advice on workforce planning and organizational development. As the Human Resources Manager, you will provide expertise on the interpretation and application of legislation, policies and procedures, and terms and conditions of employment. An effective communicator with a collaborative approach, you develop and maintain productive working relationships with clients and colleagues. Your strong service orientation and ability to multi-task ensure your success in this role.
If you are a motivated and analytical HR professional with the ability to work effectively, we look forward to your application.
Qualifications for this role include:
Post-secondary degree in a related field preferred (e.g. human resources, public administration, business administration) and minimum two years experience in human resources, including HR advice, policy development, and staff supervision; OR
High school graduation and recognized Diploma or Certificate in Human Resources Management and minimum three years experience in human resources, including HR advice, policy development, and staff supervision.
Experience in, or supervising, a payroll/leave and benefits function. Experience in managing staffing processes.
Experience in writing human resource policies.
Experience using word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications.
Preference may be given to applicants with public service human resource advisory experience.
For more information on this career opportunity including how to apply online by March 7th 2017, please visit: