Website HME Mobility & Accessibility
HME Mobility & Accessibility (www.hmebc.com) is a leading industry supplier of home & institutional care home medical equipment and assistive devices such as wheelchairs, hospital beds, ceiling lifts, stairlifts and other mobility aids. We are currently seeking a talented and experienced people oriented individual to join the team at our head office in Richmond as a Human Resources Coordinator (“HR Coordinator”). HME Mobility & Accessibility is a fast-growing company, with over 80 full time staff.
The HR Coordinator provides an integral role in providing exceptional HR support to all HME offices in BC but will be primarily based out of the HME Richmond head office. This includes the management of documentation and data for most HR business rhythms including, but not limited to, recruitment & selection, onboarding, and HR program and policy interpretation. The ideal candidate is a highly organized, articulate communicator who possesses the ability to multi-task and adapt as priorities and initiatives change.
Compensation includes a competitive full-time salary, and we provide a friendly, team orientated environment with quick opportunities for advancement. Candidate should be prepared to work in a fast-paced and driven work environment and care about our clients. Candidate needs to love working in a team, and with clients.
Reporting to the HR Supervisor, the HR Coordinator will be responsible for:
Recruiting – Create job postings, identify eligible candidates, manage the interview process, manage candidate communications, reference checks, offer letters.
Onboarding – Conduct all new employee onboarding. Ensure all documents are completed, create onboarding schedules, communicate with new hires, coordinate with IT on equipment and systems needed.
Employment Files – Updates files with new documents. Coordinating and assisting with documents.
Benefits – Serve as a point of contact for health benefits questions, administer benefit plans/handle paperwork and assist with open enrollment.
HRIS – Helping employees with login and system questions, including time off requests. Vacation tracking and assisting with approvals.
Health & Safety – Assist and support the Health & Safety committee with OH&S programs and initiatives. Handle all WorkSafe BC administrative matters.
Training & Development – Encourage and support Training & Development programs, including record keeping and training evaluation. Assist the HR Supervisor in the organization and coordination of training programs and initiatives.
Employee Reviews – Coordinate and manage the formal employee review program including record keeping.
Assisting with IT and asset tracking for staff devices and equipment
Handling staff HR questions (first point of contact)
Assisting accounting team with Payroll – reporting hours, leaves and deductions.
Social Committee – Assists with planning and execution of special events such as, organization-wide functions, employee recognition events, holiday parties, and fun team celebrations.
Stay current with new & emerging Human Resources trends and technologies; provide recommendations and present business cases for adoption when applicable.
Contribute to a positive work environment focusing on Lean and continuous improvement initiatives.
Travel to HME South Surrey, and Vancouver Island offices as required.
Assisting HME management and leadership teams with special projects
Assisting the HR Supervisor on any other projects
Other related duties and projects as assigned
1-3 years progressive HR experience in a corporate or service environment.
University Degree in Human Resources, Business, or another related field.
CPHR designation or working towards is strongly preferred.
Knowledge and understanding of provincial and federal HR legislation, HR policies and HR best practices.
Ability to communicate effectively, with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to develop and sustain cooperative working relationships across all levels of the organization.
Ability to exercise confidentiality and discretion in handling information of confidential and/or sensitive nature.
Ability to allocate time effectively, work under pressure and manage tight and multiple deadlines.
Ability to adapt to new ideas and change; ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Well versed in all Microsoft Office programs.
Valid BC Driver’s License and access to a vehicle is required.
This is a rewarding position with opportunity for advancement within our B.C owned and operated company. Please note only candidates chosen for interview will be contacted.
About HME Mobility & Accessibility:
HME began as a local medical equipment rental company, and during the past 25 years have grown to become one of the largest independent dealers of Mobility and Home Medical Equipment in the Lower Mainland.
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