Director of Human Resources
Sunshine Coast School District 46
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School District 46 on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia (SD46) serves 3,400 students in 9 elementary schools, 3 secondary schools and 1 alternative school. With a vision of supporting and inspiring each student to experience joy and fulfillment in realizing their full potential as knowledgeable, confident, and contributing citizens in the global community, SD46 offers a wide range of innovative programs, from the early years to nature and land-based learning, alternative education, career programs, international education and distance education, in addition to a broad selection of extra-curricular opportunities.
We are dedicated to creating safe, welcoming, and healthylearning and working environments that are inclusive of the diversity of the entire learning community by providing meaningful learning opportunities for all students and staff,in partnership with families, our community agencies, and associations.
Reporting to the Superintendent, and as a member of the Executive Team, the Director of Human Resources is an accomplished strategic leader who oversees all aspects of human resource services to support and maintain a safe, inclusive, and healthy workforce. Guided by the strategic plan, and inspired by Sunshine Coast School District’s Mission, Vision, Values and Affirmations, the Director of Human Resources recognizes the importance of their work with staff and its impact on students, families and the community. The Director provides visionary strategic planning for the implementation of best practices in human resources.
The Director oversees all elements of human resource services and mentors and builds capacity of district leaders to address human resources issues including recruitment and selection processes, succession planning, the development of human resource policies and procedures, health, safety, and wellness, and employee relations, with a focus on supporting excellence of educational outcomes.
The Director leads labour relations activities including collective bargaining. In addition to collaborating and consulting with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders, the Director liaises with BC Public School Employers’ Association regarding provincial bargaining and other human resources issues, and works closely with a dynamic district administrative team in alignment with best practice human resources across the district.
The ideal Candidate brings:
Located only 30 km and a short ferry ride from Vancouver, BC, Sunshine Coast School District stretches nearly 100 kilometres along the shoreline of the Salish Sea, sheltered by the backdrop of the rugged Coastal Mountains. With its unique communities, the Sunshine Coast offers an unparalleled lifestyle, a vibrant arts and cultural community, and four seasons of recreational adventures to explore.
This competition is being facilitated by Eduselect Services. We invite your application, including your resumé, cover letter, and supporting documents by noon, June 2, 2023 to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like any more information about this position, please contact our search partner, Catherine Jagger at email@example.com.
The Sunshine Coast School District is dedicated to creating safe, healthy and welcoming working environments through our value of and commitment to diversity and inclusion in our schools, district and communities. We invite applications from all qualified applicants.