Province of Nova Scotia.
$3,789 - $4,759 a month
Apply By: 8/26/2019
Public Service Commission
Client Service Delivery Project Coordinator, Permanent, HALIFAX
Competition # 20130
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is a modern client-centric human resources organization within the Nova Scotia Public Service supporting government departments, agencies and employees as they deliver programs and services to Nova Scotians. We are committed to be the change for a more engaged and inclusive public service. Our work culture is one of collaboration, flexibility, partnership and continuous improvement.
About Our Opportunity
As the Client Service Delivery (CSD) Project Coordinator,
you are responsible to effectively deliver a full range of administrative and human resource services for the coordination and administration of processes for the legislative branch of government. May work on process improvement projects as required.
As the successful candidate you will support the CSD division in providing advise and support and reviewing all personal services contracts. This includes maintaining databases to ensure consistency and compliance with Government of Nova Scotia best practices. Working closely with the HR Business Partner you will respond to inquiries regarding hiring, benefits, severance, terminations, maternity leave and other miscellaneous inquiries as well as carrying out research related to contracts, pay increases and elections is an integral part of the position. Other responsibilities include project coordination to assemble and coordinate stakeholders related to the calling of an Election and using software to run a variety of reports.
As the successful applicant, you will have a post-secondary education in Human Resources or Business Administration. Minimum of two years experience performing a variety of complex administrative, clerical and office support functions is required. An acceptable equivalency of education, training and experience may also be considered.
The ability to use sound judgement and decision-making skills while working in a highly complex and sensitive environment is critical. You possess strong organizational and analytical thinking skills in order to determine priorities in a busy environment with minimal supervision. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, are key in order to successfully communicate with senior officials and clients across government.
Knowledge of project management techniques and tools along with experience in an HR environment would be considered an asset.
Competencies required at this level of work are: Analytical Thinking, Adaptability and Flexibility, Attention to Detail, Outcome Focus, Effective Interactive Communication, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Intercultural and Diversity Proficiency.
We will assess the above qualifications and competencies using one or more of the following tools: written examination, standardized tests, oral presentations, interview(s), and reference checks.
In your cover letter, clearly demonstrate your strong organizational and analytical thinking skills and your ability to work independently.
Pay Grade: EC 07
Salary Range: $1,894.48 - $2,379.63 Bi-Weekly
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