The Health Sciences Association of Alberta is a progressive union representing approximately 26,000 paramedical, professional and technical members. Our staff are committed to delivering high-quality services to our members.
We are looking for a temporary full-time Program Analyst that will work out of the Edmonton office reporting to the Member Services Manager for a 12-month term. This in-scope position will be responsible for the implementation of HSAA’s steward program. The steward program is designed to develop essential skills and knowledge to support worksite advocacy for members, local leadership, and ensure HSAA members understand their rights under the Collective Agreement. With exposure to a broad range of activities and a diverse team, this opportunity will support your career development and aspirations!
What you bring:
You are an energetic, collaborative, and values-driven individual with a minimum of three years’ experience in Adult Education working within a unionized environment, or a related background. You have obtained a university degree or an adult learning certificate specializing in Labour Relations, Industrial Relations, Human Resources, Education, or a related discipline. Equivalencies may be considered.
You have experience in developing course material utilizing adult learning methods and tools to support effective learning outcomes. You have a demonstrated ability in training and team facilitation, and you are skilled in creating optimum learning environments for workshop attendees. Your background in adult education and commitment to trade union philosophy and public healthcare supports your ability to make key recommendations for program, policy, and process development ensuring advancement of HSAA’s strategic plan.
Your core competencies:
Creative problem solving. You assess problems in new ways to achieve outcomes and solutions.
Agility. You anticipate and adapt to changing priorities and environments. You are resilient in times of uncertainty.
Develop networks. You build connections and trust in relationships.
Build collaboration. You lead and contribute to conditions that support teamwork, collaboration, and excellence.
Drive for results. You maximize resources to achieve organization goals while maintaining accountability to each other and stakeholders.
What we offer:
Competitive compensation: $85,649-$104,231
Top benefits: 100% employer paid benefits, flex spending account, and pension plan.
Work-life balance: 35-hour work week. Ability to flex schedule.
Learning & development: Internal and external training support.
How to Apply:
Please submit your application to Human Resources at this link. Tell us how your skills and experience align with this position. A cover letter is required. Written communication skills, accuracy and attention to detail are essential to this position and your cover letter will be reviewed as part of the recruitment process.
Deadline for applications: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.