A bachelor’s degree in human resources, labor relation, organizational development, business or related area; relevant work experience may be a substitute.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Demonstrated proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite.
Knowledge of a broad range of human resource strategies and practices, including compensation, performance management, safety, hiring and employee relations; able to apply these strategies and practices in compliance with employment regulation.
Ability to create a culture of diversity, inclusivity, collaboration and teamwork.
Experience in analyzing data to guide strategic employment planning.