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Competition Number:
STAFFCLERK
Job Number:
J0722-0182
Job Title:
Casual Staffing Clerks - Remote-based positions in AB & BC
Job Type:
Permanent, Part-Time
City:
BC & AB Remote (Home office)
Province / State:
British Columbia
Hours of Work Per Week:
Variable
Scheduled Days Each Week:
Varies
Scheduled Hours:
Casual and Part-Time positions available. Remote work.
Number Of Positions:
1
Hiring Manager Name & Title:
Chantel Carmichael - BC Human Resources Manager
Compensation:
$25.00/Hour

The Program

WJS Canada provides social services to children, youth, adults and families facing difficulties through a personalized, trauma-informed approach to care, in an environment of cultural respect and support.

The Position

WJS Canada is currently looking to hire multiple candidates in a Casual / On-Call role, with the potential to increase into part-time scheduling. The casual positions would be needed to work weekdays and weekends, in both morning and afternoon/evening scheduling.

Looking for candidates that are able to work remotely from their home office; both in British Columbia and in Alberta. The Staffing Office Clerk recruits, screens, pre-starts, on-boards and schedules qualified casual/on-call employees, who will be cross-trained in multiple programs, to fill short-term absences within WJS Canada's social services programs.

In Your Role You Will

• Work with Human Resources to increase the success of our staffing office
• Primary contact for employees reporting planned/unplanned work absences (ex. illness, emergency, etc.)
• Source, contact and schedule casual relief staff to fill work shifts, using our HRIS - Ceridian Dayforce, and scheduling/bidding software and proper call-in procedures according to company policies and the applicable union agreements (BCGEU, CUPE).
• Assist in obtaining mandatory security clearances (MCFD, HUB and criminal record checks)
• Recruit and pre-screen Residence Workers, Youth Workers and other social services applicants to build our casual staffing pool
• Maintain on-call list, relief staff records, seniority data and work availability.
• Assist the BC HR Manager in developing procedures for standardized employee orientation program.
• Review/audit timesheet records.

COVID-19: WJS adheres to provincial/legislated communicable disease prevention protocols. Some of our community health care providers/stakeholders may require WJS employees to be vaccinated in order to be able to enter establishments while supporting WJS individuals/clients in service.

*** Prior to confirmation of employment all applicants must provide a current (dated within 6 months of hiring date) Criminal Record Check and Ministry Check. These checks can take up to 6 weeks to obtain, please ensure you prepare accordingly.

As An Ideal Candidate You Possess

• High School Diploma, GED or Diploma/Degree in a related field (i.e. human resources, social work, medical office administration, office administration, etc.)
• MINIMUM of 3 YEARS staffing, Human Resources, recruitment or related working experience - payroll administration, Nursing Unit Clerk, etc.
• Recruitment experience that includes resume screening, interviewing and reference checking
• Working experience with collective agreements / unionized environments
• Previous working experience using HRIS, Applicant Tracking Software, HR/payroll and scheduling/bidding software experience a definite asset (Njoyn, Ceridian Dayforce)
• Experience with scheduling of teams and/or multiple programs/locations
• Experience pre-start / onboarding administrative duties as they pertain to Human Resources
• Data management, documentation and organizational skills
• Self-awareness with the ability to remain calm and focused during times of increased pressure

What WJS Canada does

For over 35 years, WJS Canada has provided social services to children, youth, adults and families facing difficulties. We provide support and services to persons with developmental disabilities, at-risk youth, offenders who wish to rejoin and contribute to their community and adults recovering from an acquired brain injury. We take a personalized, trauma-informed approach to care in an environment of cultural respect and support.

Our Employees Enjoy

· Work/life balance with flexible hours and remote work options
· Learning and career development opportunities
· Competitive wages
· Employee and Family Assistance Program
· Employee recognition

For more information on WJS Canada visit our website: www.wjscanada.com

We recognize that equity diversity and inclusion (EDI) is an important element in our work and in our day to day lives.

No telephone calls please. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be notified.