First Nations/Metis/Inuit Candidates – Indigenous Talent Acquisi

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Job Description:JOB DESCRIPTION As the Equity Talent Acquisition Advisor, you will apply your experience and knowledge of the Indigenous community to lead the implementation of Indigenous-focused strategies, initiatives and programs to recruit, select, retain and develop Indigenous talent, and ensure employment equity goals are achieved within your assigned regions. You will utilize your communication skills to advocate and promote Indigenous representation within your regions by building and cultivating positive working relationships and genuine partnerships with local Indigenous communities, allied organizations and networks that are founded in trust and respect. Responsibilities for this Role: Communicate and influence internal stakeholders to prioritize and actively support Indigenous strategies, initiatives and programsProvide expert advice, guidance and support in accordance with ED&I Committee goals, Indigenous and Northern Affairs and Corporate policies, and related legislative requirementsWork in alignment with Indigenous organizations, stakeholders, partners and programs that promote and guide Indigenous candidates for employment opportunitiesLead and champion equity census campaigns, events and reporting across the region, monitor and evaluate program outcomes, and recommend solutions to support continuous improvementParticipate in outreach activities, including targeted career fairs, hiring halls and recruitment blitzes for Indigenous Peoples, as well as develop and maintain a talent pool of Indigenous candidates to support employment equity goalsCollaborate with Canada Post Talent Management and Talent Acquisition functions to help ensure a robust regional talent pool of internal and external talent to support the future needs of the organization, as well as identify and address underlying barriers and risks to Indigenous employmentConduct stay and exit interviews to proactively engage and retain Indigenous employees and identify areas of opportunity and growthParticipate and provide guidance from an Indigenous-focused perspective in Human Resource matters involving Indigenous Peoples to ensure appropriate measures, support and accommodations are providedAct as the Employee Resource Group (EGR) regional lead for all strategies and programs related to attracting, retaining and promoting Indigenous Peoples by providing strategic advice, operational guidance and best practice support to recruiters, HRBPs and other internal stakeholders to ensure the intent and principles of Indigenous strategies are realized and utilizedCollaborate with Learning and Development to deliver Indigenous-specific cultural competency training at the regional level to enhance self-awareness and elevate the skills of regional recruiters and those who work directly and indirectly with Indigenous Peoples, and deliver training in a manner that is sensitive, inclusive, and respectful of complex issuesProvide advice to Government Affairs on communications and responses to media inquiries to related to regional Indigenous relations Canada Post is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, starting with the hiring process. If you are contacted by Canada Post regarding a job opportunity, please advise if you have any restrictions that need to be accommodated. All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential. Application Deadline: 11/05/2021 REQUIREMENTSSelf-Identify as First Nations/Metis/InuitCompleted post-secondary in a related or similar field, or a combination of equivalent professional experience and training3-5 years of relevant experience related to recruitment and retention of Indigenous employees1 or more years of experience in a unionized environment an asset but is not requiredPersonal knowledge and experience working with First Nations, Metis and/or Inuit communities and organizationsLived experience or currently living within an Indigenous community an assetStrong understanding of Indigenous culture, history, barriers and issues, including the social and economic factors of healthExperiencing advocating for underrepresented groupsFamiliarity with the Employment Equity Act, Human Rights Act, Canada Labour Code and other applicable legislation is an assetSkilled with computers and Microsoft OfficeStrong ability to connect with people and create/maintain relationships within the workplace and within your communityStrong analytical and oral/communicative skillsABOUT THE COMPANY Today’s Canada Post – Canada Post is an e-commerce powerhouse, delivering billions of items every year. We help small businesses grow. We enrich lives in remote communities. We connect Canadians with each other and to the rest of the world. And we do all this by providing residential and business customers with the best possible delivery experience in the country. Job ID: 35781616
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