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Human Resources Technician

Commission de la santé et des services sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador
Administration, affaires, comptabilité et finance, Sciences humaines et sociales, Services
Contractuel, Full-time
English, French

Job description

Working with us means:
Joining a dynamic, passionate and committed team.
Choosing a stimulating work environment focused on mutual support, respect and collaboration.
Accessing a career full of learning and professional development opportunities.

While reporting to the Human Resources and Organizational Development Advisory Manager, you will have
the opportunity to thrive in a constantly evolving organization by supporting the human resources team in
achieving the organization’s mission. This position will allow you to combine your professionalism with your
sociable side by being the first to be in contact with candidates and providing them with a human
experience. In addition, your sense of organization and your concern for a job well done will be put to good
use in carrying out your daily responsibilities.

The Human Resources Technician must:
• Provide customer service to candidates as well as to managers with respect to staffing processes
and welcoming new employees.
• Collaborate in the staffing process: posting of positions, reception of resumes, sending out
interview invitations, preparing application files, etc.
• Coordinate onboarding activities for new employees.
• Receive training requests and compile them.
• Update hiring and probation follow-up files, make associated reminders, provide required
documentation, create employee files, etc.
• Write various documents (letters, contracts, announcements of arrivals, appointments and
departures, acknowledgments of receipt, order forms, etc.) and update databases.
• Manage the Human Resources Outlook inbox and categorize emails.
• Ensure the virtual and physical filing of documents.

Required experience and qualifications

Prerequisites and hiring conditions
• Diploma of college studies or attestation of college studies in administrative sciences or office automation. The human resources option is an asset.
• Two or three years of relevant experience.
• Knowledge and understanding of First Nations cultures.
• Knowledge of Microsoft 365.
• Excellent command of French and knowledge of English at a functional level.
• Availability to work flexible hours, as needed.

Desired profile
• Strong sense of ethics and respect for confidentiality.
• Organization skills and ability to work on several files simultaneously.
• Good adaptability and proactivity.
• Professional rigour and precision.
• Interpersonal skills, tact and a customer service-oriented approach.
• Ability to work effectively as part of a team.

The gross annual salary ranges from $46,410.00 to $57,166.20 and varies according to the candidate’s

Start date
As soon as possible.

Send your curriculum vitae along with a cover letter to the human resources department by mail
or email to:
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission
250 Place Chef-Michel-Laveau, Suite 102
Wendake, Quebec G0A 4V0
* Only selected candidates will be contacted.
The FNQLHSSC prioritizes applications from the First Nations and Inuit.

Job posting period

Until 2024-06-23 at 14:00

To submit a job offer, internship or training, fill out the form.


Commission de la santé et des services sociaux des Premières Nations du Québec et du Labrador

Resource person

Karyna E. Beaulieu