This is a tough time of the year for the community we serve
Donations deliver real solutions: housing, harm reduction and clinical resources
PHS Community Services Society is urgently hiring a part-time HR Scheduler (30-hour week) in Vancouver.
Reporting to the HR Manager and Senior Managers of Programs and Housing, the scheduler is responsible for ensuring that all scheduling vacancies are filled by qualified unionized staff, using approved protocols and processes. The scheduler is responsible for ensuring that all supervisory staff (unionized and excluded managers) are aware of all changes to project or program staff schedules, and that the appropriate changes have been made in the HRIS system (Ceridian Dayforce) to ensure correct information is displayed.
As a member of the Human Resources and Coverage Team at PHS, the Scheduler will have access to confidential information regarding employees on a regular basis.
PHS is recognized as North American leaders in low-barrier housing and harm reduction services. We are innovators, highly regarded across the sector, looking for people to join experienced, supportive multi-disciplinary teams.
You will be a valued member of the team, working with colleagues who respect your input.
The PHS headquarters is located in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, in easy walking distance of Downtown, Chinatown, Gastown and the Sea Wall. There are good transit links – we’re a couple of blocks from the Stadium-Chinatown SkyTrain station.
Job duties include (but are not limited to):
Job Type: Excluded, permanent, part-time – 30 hours per week.
Salary: $27 per hour.
Benefits: Extended healthcare, dental, vision care.
Schedule: Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6 am to 4 pm. (Working remotely Saturdays.) Some flexibility may be required.
Note: training schedule is Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 6 am to 2 pm, and Thursday from 6 am to 12 pm.
Successful applicants will be required to complete a criminal records check.
PHS strives to create an inclusive and welcoming workplace that reflects the community we serve. We seek a diversity of skills, knowledge, backgrounds, and professional and lived experience in our staff. We particularly encourage applications from Indigenous individuals.
Please include a cover letter identifying the qualities and competencies that would make you a suitable candidate.
Please send resumes to email@example.com today!