15-21 Leader HR - Performance, Rewards and Systems

Location: 
New Westminster

BC Safety Authority (BCSA) has a bold vision for the future: Safe Technical Systems. Everywhere.  This vision is accompanied by a multi-year strategy to expand and share safety and risk mitigation knowledge. BCSA employs a talented workforce of approximately 320 persons with a wide range of education, technical training, skills and experience. BCSA employees support thousands of clients from more than 20 regional and community offices across the province. BCSA has intentionally developed a progressive culture to deliver excellent client service enabled by a steadfast commitment to accountability, employee learning and engagement, performance management, HRMS and competitive rewards and recognition.

The People Strategy comprises a critical component of the company’s Strategic Plan. BCSA has created two new roles on the Human Resources team, specifically, the Leader, HR – Performance, Rewards & Systems and the Leader, HR – Performance & Learning. These roles report directly to the Vice President, Human Resources whose portfolio also includes Communications, Stakeholder Engagement, and Occupational Health and Safety. These new Leader, HR roles will share accountability for the overall effectiveness of HR practices at BCSA and supervise other members of the HR team.  Both positions are based at the corporate head office in New Westminster. In addition to shared accountability for HR practices overall, the Leader, HR – Performance, Rewards & Systems has a distinct responsibility to lead job evaluation, compensation management, HRMS, benefits administration, payroll management across the organization.

 

Candidates must have a university degree in a relevant discipline such as psychology, commerce or business administration and at least 7 years of experience in progressively more responsible HR roles, ideally in unionized contexts. With the demonstrated ability to collaborate and to influence across all levels of an organization and the proven capacity to plan and support transformational change,  candidates must have excellent analytical and interpersonal skills and substantive experience in coaching managers and in developing and implementing performance assessment and development tools. Candidates must also have a strong interest in, and aptitude for, quantitative analysis, systems and rewards and recognition and experience in job evaluation, payroll, compensation and benefits administration. It would be an asset to have knowledge of, and experience in, the Hay system of salary administration.

 BCSA offers competitive compensation and benefits and an engaging culture. Please visit  www.safetyauthority.ca to learn more. All qualified applicants are encouraged to forward a cover letter and resume, in WORD format, in confidence, to search@janetdavid.com. Please quote the File # 14570-A. We thank and acknowledge all candidates and will proactively contact those selected for interviews.

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14-94 Safety Officer, Boilers

Location: 
Prince George
Salary: 
$39.57/hour to $45.82/hour

 

The Safety Officer is accountable to the Regional Business Leader for maintaining and enhancing public safety by educating the public and industry and ensuring that codes, regulations and standards of safety are understood and observed. The BSO is also required to serve the clients needs in the construction, fabrication, and repair of ASME /CSA code shops by serving as the Authorized Boiler Inspector as per code requirements. 

Principal Accountabilities

  • Educate clients and stakeholders on how to meet safety requirements and provide information on new requirements and trends by creating and/or providing presentations, demonstrations or individual coaching.  Assisting the code shops in the interpretation and application of codes
  • Provide inspection services, including worksite audits, incident investigations and hazard eliminations, to clients and stakeholders to ensure that safety regulations, codes and standards are correctly implemented, and reviews requests for variances and equivalencies and makes recommendations to the Safety Manager.
  • Implement enforcement policies by providing clear direction and outlining consequences to clients and by providing disciplinary recommendations to Senior Safety Officer and Safety Manager. 
  • Support research tasks by documenting inspections, providing audits, and investigating incidences, and maintain expertise by staying up-to-date on industry changes and upgrading knowledge and skills on an ongoing basis.
  • Assist Senior Safety Officer to develop new Safety Officers by providing on-the-job training, regular mentoring and ongoing technical support.

Requirements

  • BC 1st Class (preferred) or 2nd Class Power Engineer certificate with a three year time allowance to write and successfully complete the 1st Class exam.  Preference for a two year diploma from a recognized Institute of Technology in a related field.
  • Minimum of five years related experience in a power plant over 1000m2, or an equivalency.
  • NBIC commission or willingness to obtain within first year of employment
  • NBIC “A” endorsement or willingness to obtain within first three years of employment
  • Knowledge of Boiler, Pressure Vessel, Piping, Fittings and Refrigeration codes.
  • Ability to assess situations that may lead to a variance.
  • Excellent problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Ability to write concise reports.
  • Good keyboarding and computer skills, including knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • A Valid BC Drivers’ License and a willingness to travel.

   

If you are interested in applying for this position, please complete this application procedure:

  1. Copy and paste the questions (below) to your email and provide an answer to each question.
  2. Save your cover letter and resume into one document, preferably a PDF file, quoting competition number 14-94.
  3. Attach additional documents as may be required.
  4. Apply Now.

 

Questions:

  1. Do you currently work or have you previously worked for BC Safety Authority? (Response: Yes or No). If yes, please provide your position and department.
  2. Are you legally entitled to work in Canada? (Response: Yes or No). If you are on a work or study permit, please provide the expiry date.
  3. Do you have a minimum of five years of related experience in a power plant over 1000m2, or an equivalency?  (Response: Yes or No).
  4. Do you have BC 1st Class or 2nd Class Power Engineer Certificate? (Response: Yes or No).

 

Thank you

Multi-Technology Open House/BBQ at BC Safety Authority's Nanaimo Office

17 July 2015 - 11:00am - 1:00pm

BC Safety Authority - Nanaimo Office
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Nanaimo
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Electrical/Gas Contractors & FSRs Breakfast & Learn (MyConnection Focus)

31 December 1969 - -

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Railway Online Forum (Town Hall)

23 September 2015 - 9:30am - 12:00pm

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Gas Tech Talk - Electric/Automatic Controls

14 October 2015 - 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Best Western Coquitlam Inn Convention Centre - Salon A
319 North Road
Coquitlam

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Wake Up & Learn for BPV - Contractor Licensing

22 September 2015 - 7:00am - 08:30 am

Quality Inn Northern Grand
9830 100th Avenue
Fort St. John

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Multi-Technology Open House/BBQ at BC Safety Authority's Nanaimo Office

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Multi-Technology Open House/BBQ at BC Safety Authority's Victoria Office

10 July 2015 - 11:00 am - 1:00pm

BC Safety Authority - Victoria Office
310-771 Vernon Avenue
Victoria
V8X 5A7
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