Website City of Calgary
As a Human Resources (HR) Consultant with the Respectful Workplace Office, you will be an important resource for leaders and employees to help manage and address respectful workplace and human rights matters, including highly complex and sensitive cases. Primary duties include:
- Advocate and exemplify the 4Cs of The City’s culture: Character, Competence, Commitment and Collaboration.
- Collaborate with key stakeholders to develop, advance, and promote respectful workplace tools and resources throughout the organization.
- Act as a resource for leaders and employees to manage and resolve low level behaviours, including microaggressions, through alternative dispute resolution and restorative practices.
- Facilitate and deliver educational resources throughout the organization to promote a safe and respectful workplace.
- Align measurement of outcomes with the Results Based Accountability approach used at The City.
- Provide oversight and impartiality on respectful workplace and human rights cases and case management of respectful workplace complaints.
- Develop collaborative partnerships and facilitate alignment with key stakeholders from related initiatives and within HR.
- Develop strategic communication and promotional tools and resources.
- Working knowledge of human rights legislation.
- Training in conflict resolution is considered an asset.
- Results oriented and strategic thinker that can operationalize ideas into plans and actions.
- Ability to build relationships and contribute to a collaborative, inclusive, psychologically safe work environment.
- Demonstrated resilience with the ability to manage a high workload and complex issues while meeting deadlines.
- Designations and qualifications in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and/or restorative practices.
Proven track record of quickly establishing collaborative relationships with stakeholders.
- Success in this position requires the following competencies:
- A degree combined with at least 5 years of related experience. Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered.
- Effective communication skills and adapting communication style to different audiences.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Workplace investigation training and experience.
- Systems thinking approach with experience delivering integrated practical and tactical solutions within tight timelines.
- Political acumen and can handle items of a confidential or sensitive nature.
Company: City of Calgary
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Calgary, Alberta, CA
Application Deadline: N/A
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