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Human Resources/Social Responsibility Coordinator

Human Resources/Social Responsibility Coordinator

# of Openings 
Job Locations 
CA-NU-Cambridge Bay
Posted Date 
Human Resources
Post End Date 
Rotation Type 
M - F

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TMAC Resources is looking to hire a Human Resources/Social Responsibility Coordinator who will perform a variety of human resources and social responsibilities activities for the Hope Bay site and act as a resource for the recruitment, engagement and retention of our Inuit workforce. The individual will also assist in the administrative functions of the Cambridge Bay office as needed.


This position is located at the Cambridge Bay, Nunavut office. This is an excellent opportunity to support the Human Resources and Social Responsibility department.


Northern Employment Process

  • Support the Inuit employment process, screening applications, scheduling interviews, preparing and distributing interview materials and coordinate applicable pre-employment checks (including travel, accommodations, appointments) etc.
  • Ensure that all Northern hires complete their new hire orientation and that relevant departments receive the appropriate documents on a timely basis (i.e., logistics, site, Payroll, Human Resources, etc.).
  • Provide assistance to employees with the interpretation of company policies, procedures and applicable labour legislation.
  • Provide input and administrative support in the creation of relevant programs, policies, procedures, plans and labour contracts.
  • Recognize the potential for significant precedents and refer these issues to appropriate management.
  • Manage Northern applicant resumes and upload into the iCIMS system in the appropriate job folder.
  • Maintain and update Northern Worker Emergency Contact List and merge with master list as required
  • Respond to job inquiries as needed.
  • Source potential employees through community contacts in all impacted communities in the Kitikmeot region.


Social Responsibility

  • Work with the IIBA Coordinator and the Director of External and Community Relation to organize and coordinate community meetings, and liaise with community groups, companies and other organisations.
  • Provide administrative support for, Community Relations, answer phones and greet visitors as requested.
  • Assist in preparation and participate in career fairs and community tours in discussion with HR Director and Community Relations Director.
  • Participate in the documentation of stakeholder communications as necessary.
  • Participate in the financial administration of annual Social Responsibility budgets by submission of relevant expenses for payment by Finance staff.
  • Demonstrate awareness and commitment to health, community and environmental protection and take action to ensure that unsafe practices or non-compliant behaviours do not occur.
  • Inform, involve and engage key internal and external stakeholders appropriately; develop and maintain positive relationships and represent TMAC positively in the community
  • Other such duties as may be assigned.


  • A post-secondary diploma or degree related to Human Resources Management or equivalent experience
  • At least three years of working across a range of Human Resources Generalist functions
  • Knowledge of human resources legislation, policies and procedures
  • Passion for Inuit employment and development
  • Ability to establish credibility and trust within the community and with current/potential employee base
  • Proven oral, written and active-listening skills
  • Strong interpersonal relationship and problem-solving skills, and the ability to work with personnel at various levels in the organization as required
  • Ability to maintain standards of conduct and possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
  • Knowledge of the Kitikmeot
  • Demonstrate sound work ethics and be committed to safety
  • Display maturity, be self-motivated, disciplined and understand the necessity for confidentiality in all business and personal matters
  • Hands-on, self-sufficient and demonstrates a positive, can-do attitude
  • Intermediate level knowledge of Microsoft Office