Professional Consulting - Ottawa

** In Anticipation of Upcoming Needs **
MaxSys is currently seeking Human Resources Classification Officer for our federal client!
A Classification Officer’s main duty is to evaluate the tasks, duties and responsibilities associated with a specific position in order to properly categorize and place it with the resulting job description for pay and benefits purposes. Familiarity with benchmark rating systems, classification categories, competency appraisal measures and various classification systems, such as the Hay Method and the Universal Classification System (UCS), is required.
Classification: Human Resources, Classification
Clearance: Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance ** Mandatory for Application **
Duration: Contract
Language: Bilingual
Location: Ottawa / Gatineau
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
Typical duties include…
• Performing background research related to current and previous descriptions and classifications
• Answering or referring questions from employees with regard to classification issues
• Scheduling interviews with employees, supervisors, etc.
• Preparing organizational charts for relativity purposes
• Entering and manipulating data in spreadsheets, databases and the HRMS
• Assisting in the creation, distribution and collection of sample questionnaires
Education:
• Secondary school diploma
• Certificate, diploma or degree in human resources, organizational behaviour, social sciences or other relevant field from a recognized post-secondary institution, or an acceptable combination of education, training and experience
Experience:
• Minimum of three years of relevant experience
If you meet all the above requirements, please send your resume today to Clara Whittaker at:
C.Whittaker@maxsys.ca 
*Please note, only qualified candidates will be contacted and the position could be filled prior to closing date. Thank you.*
MAX123
 

Position Type Contract
Application Deadline October 27, 2017
Experience Required 1 year
Job Duration Temporary
Education Required College Diploma