HR Generalist – Montana First Nation

Montana First Nation is seeking a dynamic individual with expertise in the field of human resources and the ability to effectively fill the role of HR Generalist.
The following is a list of duties and responsibilities that will be required but not limited to for this position:

• Implement and administer employee policies and promote positive employee relations
• Manage and monitor performance-related issues and implement changes that could increase productivity
• Provide recruiting assistance and candidate screening and assessment
• Select the most qualified candidates and maintain relationships with employment agencies
• Work towards improving the Nation’s policies and procedures
• Handle termination-related matters and prepare termination and severance letters
• Provide training and support to other team members of the human resources department
• Be well-versed in laws and regulations regarding hiring and termination
The ideal individual for our HR Generalist position will need to have the skills and the qualifications to successfully contribute as part of the human resources department. People management skills, hiring and termination knowledge, an understanding of recruitment procedures and performance assessments, and employee management skills are essential to be successful in this role.
• Knowledge and expertise in HR policies and procedures
• Significant knowledge of the hiring process, personnel policies, evaluations, etc
• A strong understanding of best practices and current regulations specific to HR
• Excellent judgment and problem-solving skills
• Knowledge about conflict management
• Strong decision-making skills
• Excellent communication skills
• Proficiency in software like MS Office and Google Docs
The HR Generalist should have the following:
• At least 5 years’ experience in the field of human resource management
• A bachelor’s degree
• Any course relating to performance evaluations, negotiation skills and/or employee motivation would be considered an asset
• Experience working with a First Nation would be an asset
Please send your Cover Letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check (CRIM), Child Welfare Check (CYIM), and 3 Employment References to:

Montana First Nation – Administrative Manager
PO Box 70, Maskwacis AB, T0C 1N0 Phone: 780-585-3744 ext.226 Fax: 780-585-3264
Montana First Nation thanks all interested applicants, but only those selected that meet the necessary criteria, will be contacted for an interview. Please provide all documents. The successful applicant will be required to submit a photocopy of Driver’s License and all documents of proof of Education.