• Alberta
  • Type: Full Time
  • Edmonton

Website Health Sciences Association of Alberta

Program Analyst – HSAA

We are looking for one (1) permanent full-time Program Analyst – Classification. The position will be located in Edmonton, reporting to the Director of Negotiations and Policy.  This in-scope position will be responsible for the provision of consultative and advisory services to members, working independently and as part of a team to provide analysis and make recommendations for program, policy, and process development to ensure members are appropriately classified. The successful candidate will review and audit classification requests, provide classification recommendations, consult and advise through the interpretation of technical information for stakeholders using persuasive language that is clear and concise. The successful applicant may also be assigned to aid in the formal grievance and classification process and assist in making recommendations to the Labour Relations Officers in negotiations, competitions and classification appeals that go the third-party hearings. With exposure to a broad range of activities and projects, this opportunity will support your career development and aspirations!

The Organization:

The Health Sciences Association of Alberta (HSAA) is a progressive union representing approximately 29,000 paramedical, professional, and technical members. Our staff are committed to delivering high-quality services to our members. HSAA is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The Position:

We are looking for one (1) permanent full-time Program Analyst – Classification. The position will be located in Edmonton, reporting to the Director of Negotiations and Policy.  This in-scope position will be responsible for the provision of consultative and advisory services to members, working independently and as part of a team to provide analysis and make recommendations for program, policy, and process development to ensure members are appropriately classified. The successful candidate will review and audit classification requests, provide classification recommendations, consult and advise through the interpretation of technical information for stakeholders using persuasive language that is clear and concise. The successful applicant may also be assigned to aid in the formal grievance and classification process and assist in making recommendations to the Labour Relations Officers in negotiations, competitions and classification appeals that go the third-party hearings. With exposure to a broad range of activities and projects, this opportunity will support your career development and aspirations!

What You Bring:

You are an energetic, values-driven individual who has obtained a post-secondary certificate or degree in Labour Relations, HR, Political Science or a related program, with a minimum of three (3) years of directly related experience. Experience in areas such as: classification / job evaluation rating systems, organizational design, and labour relations is required. An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience will be considered.

You will bring with you a strong understanding of various classification / job evaluation systems, organizational design, labour relations, and interpretation of collective agreements. Preference will be given to applicants with knowledge and experience with classification-related grievance processes. You have a demonstrated ability to interpret and translate technical information into easy-to-understand concepts. You have exceptional analytical skills with the ability to research, collect and analyze classification data to assist in recommending, developing, and enhancing classification programs, policies and processes. You are adaptable with the ability to prioritize and multitask while effectively working independently and in collaboration with others in a fast-paced environment.  You have a thorough understanding of and commitment to trade union philosophy and public healthcare. You can manage your time effectively and are able to occasionally work outside of regular business hours with the ability to travel throughout Alberta, as required. You possess a valid driver’s license and have access to a vehicle.

 

Your Core Competencies:

Creative Problem Solving. You assess problems in new ways to achieve outcomes and solutions.

Drive for Results. You maximize resources to achieve organization goals while maintaining accountability to each other and stakeholders.
Systems Thinking: You understand broad perspectives, set goals to meet long-term outcomes, and help others to see their role in achieving results.
Develop Self and Others: You are committed to learning and understand the strategic importance of ongoing team development.

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, consistency and excellence.

What we Offer:

Competitive Compensation: $47.06 – $57.27/hour; commensurate with experience.
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 resume and cover letter by e-mail to Human Resources at recruitment@hsaa.ca. 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. In your cover letter, please tell us how your skills and experience align with this position. Applications may be used to fill other current and future opportunities.

 

Deadline for applications: Open until suitable candidate found.

We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those shortlisted for the position will be contacted.

If you apply to this post because you saw it here, please mention that you saw the notice at the CALM Job Board on your cover letter.

To apply for this job email your details to recruitment@hsaa.ca