(F-417) Vice-Chairperson

(F-417) Vice-Chairperson

26 Aug
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Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board.
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Canada

26 Aug

Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board.

Canada

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Portfolio:



Public Services and Procurement



Organization:



Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board



Position title:



Vice-Chairperson



Type:



Full-time



Salary range:



$150,200.00 - $176,600.00/Year



Location:



National Capital Region



Application Review Date:



March 18, 2020



Opportunity number:



J0120-0271



The Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board (the Board) is an independent adjudicative statutory tribunal, established under the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board Act (FPSLREBA),

responsible for administering collective bargaining and grievance adjudication systems for the federal public sector and Parliamentary employees as well as, since June 1, 2016, RCMP members and reservists. It is also responsible for resolving staffing complaints under the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) related to internal appointments and layoffs in the federal public service. The Board’s commitment to impartially resolving labour relations issues and staffing complaints contributes to a productive and efficient workplace that ultimately benefits all Canadians through the efficient delivery of government programs and services. The Board is accountable to Parliament and reports on its activities through the Minister of Public Services and Procurement.



Reporting to the Chairperson of the Board, the Vice-Chairperson applies a superior expertise, either in an individual capacity or on a three-person panel with the Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson or members, regarding the interpretation, administration and application of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act (FPSLRA), the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA), the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act (PESRA), the Yukon Public Service Labour Relations Act (YPSLRA) and the Yukon Education Labour Relations Act (YELRA). The Vice-Chairperson may also preside in matters pertaining to certain provisions of Part II of the Canada Labour Code relating to occupational safety and health of federal Public Sector employees.



Official Languages and Diversity



The Government of Canada will consider bilingual proficiency and diversity in assessing applicants. You are therefore encouraged to include in your online profile your ability to speak and understand your second official language. Preference may be given to applicants who are members of one or more of the following groups: women, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of a visible minority group.



To be considered, please ensure that the information provided in your curriculum vitae and cover letter clearly demonstrate how you meet the following requirements:



Education and Experience





- A degree from a recognized university, or an acceptable combination of relevant education, job related training and/or experience;





- A law degree would be considered an asset;





- Experience in or knowledge of labour relations and staffing principles and values;





- Experience in managing cases and rendering decisions or in presenting cases before a quasi-judicial tribunal; and





- Experience in the interpretation and application of legislation within the context of a quasi-legal proceeding.





If you move on to the next stage of the selection process, the following criteria will be assessed:



Knowledge, Skills and Abilities





- Knowledge of the legislative framework and mandate of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board;





- Knowledge of the procedures and practices involved in conducting a quasi-judicial hearing and in the legal principles involved, particularly as they relate to case management, evidence, legal interpretation and natural justice;





- Knowledge of the legislative framework governing the labour relations in the federal public service and in Parliament, including the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act, the Public Service Employment Act, the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Human Rights Act;





- Knowledge of the practices and principles underlying collective bargaining, mediation and conflict resolution;





- Ability to provide leadership within the Board and assistance to the Chairperson in carrying out his/her mandate in accordance with the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act, the Public Service Employment Act and the Parliamentary Employment and Staff Relations Act;





- Ability to interpret the provisions of various statutes, regulations, policies and other documents in a quasi-judicial context and to assess the relevance of precedents in order to render decisions that are fair and equitable;





- Ability to effectively conduct hearings of a quasi-judicial tribunal and to write clear decisions on complex legal issues;





- Ability to work independently and as a member of team; and





- Ability to perform their duties under tight deadlines and to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.





Language Requirements



Proficiency in both official languages would be preferred.



If you move on to the next stage of the selection process, we will contact your references to confirm that you meet the above selection criteria and that you possess the following Personal Attributes:





- Sound judgement





- Strong ethical standards and integrity





- Impartial





- Tactful





- Discretion





- Good interpersonal skills





Eligibility Factors and Conditions of Employment





- Appointees must comply with the Ethical and Political Activity Guidelines for Public Office Holders throughout their appointment as a term and condition of employment. The guidelines are available on the Governor in Council Appointments website under the Forms and reference material.





- All appointees are subject to the Conflicts of Interest Act. Public office holders appointed on a full-time basis must also submit to the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics within 60 days of appointment, a confidential report in which they disclose all of their assets, liabilities and outside activities. For more information, please visit the Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner's website.





- Appointees must uphold the highest standards of probity and are expected to demonstrate behaviours in the workplace that afford respect, equality and dignity, to everyone they interact with at work at all times. The Values and Ethics Code for the Public Sector outlines the values and expected behaviours for public servants, including valuing diversity and creating workplaces free from harassment and discrimination. Governor in Council appointees are expected to uphold and respect these values and principles in a positive and active manner.





To be eligible to hold office as a member, a person must:





- be a Canadian citizen within the meaning of the Citizenship Act or a permanent resident as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act;(statutory)





- not hold any other office or employment under the employer;(statutory)





- not be a member of or hold an office or employment under an employee organization, as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act, that is certified as a bargaining agent;(statutory) and





- not accept any office or employment, or carry on any activity, that is inconsistent with the person’s duties or functions.(statutory)





A full-time member must reside in the National Capital Region.



If you are appointed to this position, you must willing to travel across Canada.



A link to this notice will be placed in the Canada Gazette to assist the Governor in Council in identifying qualified candidates. It is not, however, intended to be the sole means of recruitment. A list of qualified candidates may be established and may be used for similar opportunities.



How to Apply



Review of applications will begin on March 18, 2020. Candidates must apply online via the Governor in Council Appointments website. Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit their applications by this date. After this date, your application will be retained and may be considered up until an appointment to the position is made. Your cover letter should be addressed to the Deputy Director of Selection Processes, Senior Personnel Secretariat, Privy Council Office, and should be sent only through the online application.



Instructions on how to apply for an appointment opportunity can be found on the Governor in Council Appointments website.

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