Job Posting 96065

Positive Culture Curator
Sanare Centre
Southern Alberta
Medicine Hat
closing tomorrow (Sun, 1 Oct)
full time  •  Range $28.00 - $30.00 per hour

Sanare Centre is a service provider in our community that supports healing for sexual abuse victims and for children experiencing traumatic circumstances through our Child Advocacy Centre. Sanare Centre also provides preventative education programs in the community that support gender equity, transform harmful social norms and attitudes, and combat gender-based violence.

We believe that no one who experiences sexual, domestic, or personal trauma should ever feel alone. We bring trauma survivors and support together in the spirit of healing. We aim to make communities safer and more resilient through education, advocacy, and calls to action. Our work helps Albertans in our community to understand and address the real impacts of social, sexual, and domestic trauma, and to break the trauma cycle.

Are you tired of traditional power over Human Resource Strategies? Have you wondered what it could look like to create a work environment that is less transactional and more relational? Could you lead the development of a re-creatable strategy that values the power of relationships to support people working in high stress, high trauma environments to thrive, collaborate, and innovate? Are you passionate about helping people in Human Services stay in the field longer, shine, and reach their full potential? Could you mentor and coach teams/organizations to wholeheartedly embrace this strategy?

If so, we are looking for a remarkable
Positive Culture Curator to assist us in re-imagining what working in Human Services is like. The ideal candidate would have robust understanding and experience in leadership, human resources, and high stress trauma work environments.

What would you lead:
• Complete a provincial asset assessment specific to the learnings of high stress high trauma organizations that have healthy work environments.
• Capture, re-imagine, and create a comprehensive and re-creatable strategy/model to build a trauma-informed workplace culture framework that will include the following:
   o Organizational and employee wellbeing assessment tools. o An innovative and effective employee recruitment, onboarding, development, wellness, and retention strategy.
   o Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Framework.
   o Development of strategies to increase interpersonal relationships and team cohesion.
   o Coaching and mentoring model to help organizations implement curated strategies.
   o An evaluation framework that focuses on inclusion, staff wellbeing, retention rates, and key performance indicators.
• Implement strategies both within Sanare and within allied high stress high trauma organizations.
• Work collaboratively with the Executive Director to develop strategies for program longevity. • Create and submit reports to the Executive Director as required.

What we offer you:
• Work-life balance
• A great team with ongoing training
• Health Spending Account
• 15 days of vacation time and 12 days of wellness time per year.

Required Skills/Abilities:
• Proven experience leadership, human resources, and high stress high trauma work environments.
• In-depth knowledge of human resources operations and best practices.
• Comprehension of vicarious trauma and resiliency best practices.
• Efficient experience in using MS Office, databases, and HR systems.
• Outstanding communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills.
• Organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Premium time management skills.
• Maintains confidentiality.
• Able to work independently as well as part of a team.
• Demonstrates compassion through non-judgmental words and actions.
• Cultural sensitivity and competence in addressing needs of diverse populations.
• Provide a satisfactory Criminal Records Check and a Child/Youth Intervention Record Check.

Education and Experience:
• Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Organizational Psychology, or Social Work with a specialization in Leadership or related field and/or equivalent experience.
• Any additional training and certification in Human Resource Management will be considered an advantage.
• At least two years' related experience required.
• Previous work experience within a social work or not-for-profit setting would be ideal but is not required.

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