This salaried full-time position supports the administration and application of the day-to-day human resources operations.
The Human Resources Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the HR team to help facilitate key processes including but not limited to recruitment, onboarding, health and safety, volunteer services, employee relations, and training & development. Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, this position is part of a 5-person HR team that supports 135 staff across Ontario.
All MCC workers are expected to exhibit a commitment to: a personal Christian faith and discipleship; active participation in a Christian church or Christian community; and nonviolent peacemaking. MCC is an equal opportunity employer, committed to employment equity. MCC values diversity and invites all qualified candidates to apply.
- Excellent computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook, Internet and database systems)
- Ability to work quickly and independently on identified tasks and with minimal supervision
- Ability to gather data, to compile information, and prepare reports
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills: both verbal and written
- Ability to determine shifting priorities in a fast-paced work environment
- Discretion and ability to deal with highly confidential and sensitive information
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Ability to support multiple people in a collaborative team environment
- Detail oriented and able to respond positively to change
- Passion for internal customer service excellence
- Ability to travel annually within Canada
- Valid ‘G’ Ontario driver’s license
- Police vulnerable sector check (required upon hire)
- Legally able to work in Canada
- Ability to work productively in cubicle work area
- Human Resources experience and familiarity with an HRIS system
- General understanding of MCC work both internationally and provincially
- Knowledge of OHSA
Please note this posting closes on September 29, 2019
MCC is a charitable organization that partners with churches and community organizations worldwide to walk with people who are disadvantaged. MCC supports activities that provide emergency assistance, reduce poverty, and promote healthy communities, sustainable living and alternatives to violence. As an internationally recognized NGO, MCC currently serves in 57 countries with 716 partners, 1133 staff and 40,000 volunteers.