New job Classification Consultant in Prince Edward Island

Classification Consultant

Company : Jobs PEI
Salary : $34.49 - $43.13 an hour
Location : Prince Edward Island

Full Description

Bi-Weekly Hours: 75 hours bi-weeklyThe purpose of this position is to contribute to the public service through the provision of classification services to the Health Sector. The classification system used is a gender neutral job evaluation methodology, which provides for internal equity among positions evaluated. Consultant services include individual and group job evaluation reviews; research on development or continuous improvement of the classification process including technology, standards and practices; and organizational analysis and design. The work involves focused and respectful interaction with our clients - employees, employers and unions. The successful candidate will demonstrate professional competency in the following areas: Leads Others- leading classification reviews for Health PEI positions;- participating in projects such as the lean classification project to implement efficiencies and improvements to the current classification process; Builds Relationships- educating clients on the classification processes and the evaluation systems through group and individual sessions;- participating on the Public Service Commission’s team, which collectively strives to provide quality service in human resource management;- presenting information and defending classification decisions to appeal and arbitration boards;- participating as a member of the Public Service Commission Classification team which strives to provide quality human resource services; Influence & Self Awareness- advising management on the implications of organizational change including the impact on classifications and aligned labour relations issues;- accepting special assignments at the Public Service Commission to foster personal and organizational development; Focus on Results- contributing to the ongoing maintenance of the classification system including evaluation standards, benchmark position descriptions, job specification and policies and procedures;- researching best practices and incorporating these into the classification process;- seeking and responding to feedback from managers and departments on service delivery and process improvement.
Minimum Qualifications: - Applicants must have a university degree and considerable relevant work experience in professional or leadership/management roles including direct experience in human resource management functions. - Demonstrated equivalencies will be considered. - Strong analytical and decision-making skills are required. - This position requires strong interpersonal, collaborative, and written communication skills.- Must have a working knowledge of corporate processes, organizational development and the organizational structure of various government entities, and a good working understanding of the staffing process and labour relations;- Must have an understanding of the Civil Service Act and regulations as well as various collective agreements as they apply to the classification review process;- Must be proficient in various software applications (i.e. Word, Excel, Peoplesoft, / Outlook) .Other Qualifications: - CPHR designation would be an asset. This position may be used to fill future vacancies.Note: Please ensure the application clearly demonstrates how you meet the noted qualifications as applicants will be screened based on the information provided. The successful candidate will be the only individual receiving written notification of competition results. The Notification of Successful Candidates list posted on the Employment Opportunity board will serve to inform all other applicants of competition results.

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