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About Autism Nova Scotia…

Autism Nova Scotia is a national leader in providing social, educational, and employment supports for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, caregivers, and professionals. Our vision is a society where people with ASD can live their lives to the fullest. This vision informs our day-to-day operations and provides a philosophy that revolves around person-focused supports, strength-based approaches, and community-oriented learning opportunities.

Autism Nova Scotia delivers programming in Halifax and in nine communities across Nova Scotia through our Regional Autism Centres. Our three program divisions are: Social & Community Inclusion; Employment Support; and Family and Caregiver Support.

POSITION TITLE: HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR – HALIFAX (TERM)

POSITION DETAILS: Full-time employment (40 hours / week) 1 year term

LOCATION: Halifax, Nova Scotia
REPORTING TO:  Director of Administration

SUMMARY OF POSITION:

Reporting to the Director of Administration and working alongside the Senior HR Coordinator, the Human Resources Coordinator strives towards organizational efficiencies, and employee development. The HR Coordinator will assist with the recruitment, selection, and onboarding of Autism NS employees and performs all duties with a high level of professionalism and tact, exhibiting strict confidentiality.

 

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Salary: Rate of pay is determined by the individual’s experience and education

What to expect at Autism Nova Scotia…

You’ll celebrate the uniqueness of all individuals.

Diversity is a fundamental part of our core values; we create every opportunity to become more inclusive. We encourage applications from qualified candidates from all diverse communities including, but not limited to, aboriginal persons, racially visible persons, people with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ and women in non-traditional roles.

You’ll make a difference.

You’ll be surrounded by passionate and committed individuals who work together to improve quality of life through our services

You’ll find a place to grow and develop.

We support professional development through training courses and support to help our professionals working with autistic people gain the knowledge they need to succeed and thrive. With a lot of opportunity for professional development and collaborative projects, you’ll continue to grow and learn throughout your career.

Candidates selected for interviews will be contacted and expected to provide at least three recent, relevant references. The successful candidate maybe required to provide official transcripts to show proof of academic achievements where applicable.

Please Note: We encourage and consider applications from all qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, color, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, age, or those of other minority groups. Members of designated groups are encouraged to self-identify.