TRUTH | TURTLE
Turtle Spirit – Kawakaatiziwin: Truth
The Turtle Spirit teaches us that to speak the truth is to not deceive ourselves or others.
Human Resources Unit
What is Human Resources (HR) and what are we committed to?
Values = Teamwork, Trust, Inclusion, Goals, Ethical Conduct
The HR Unit considers all employees as the most valuable resources of the agency, as such, we aim to nurture their professional growth.
The typical duties of an HR Unit include;
- Identify skill needs, requirements, and gaps in collaboration with senior management.
- Develop tools, procedures and metrics for recruitment, training, and other functions of HR.
- Provide guidance on general workplace issues.
- Follow Manitoba’s Employment Standards Code and other relevant legislation.
Upholding confidentiality in all areas required, including personnel files.
At Sagkeeng Child & Family Service, HR’s overarching aim is to be strategic by creating an HR strategy and aligning that strategy to the specific needs and unique culture of the Sagkeeng Child & Family Services agency (SCFS). Sagkeeng Child & Family Services has career opportunities for anyone to explore at our Community office in Sagkeeng and our Winnipeg office.
Sagkeeng CFS seeks individuals who are inspired and have the heart and work ethic to be part of the difficult, yet, precious work of working with children and families of the Sagkeeng Community.
For current open positions, please visit: amik.ca, Indeed.ca, LinkedIn or local community bill boards.
HR Strategic Goals:
- Recruitment of individuals with heart, potential, and competence.
- Engage, train, and retain employees via Inclusive practices.
- Build cohesive teams.
We strive to accomplish these goals with the use of HR principles and best practices that have been developed over 25 years of academic research by the Human Resource Management (HRM) field.
The Director of Human Resource & Office Administration’s major responsibilities are threefold:
- To provide strategic guidance to nurture SCFS employees;
- To advise and develop tools for supervisors around areas of employee leadership;
- To be available to all staff for advice on labour/employee relations.
The HR Administrative Assistant’s major responsibility is to provide support to the HR Unit in duties such as; data entry, drafting memos, maintaining personnel files, and assisting in recruitment and training.