Human Resources Technician (temporary 6 months)

Category: Human Resources
Location: Montreal
Posted: Feb. 1, 2019

The Human Resources Technician will assist the Talent Acquisition Specialist with the recruitment process in place and provide administrative support for various projects. Reporting to the Director, Organizational Development & HR Services, the incumbent will assist in various projects related to human resources management (HR systems implementation, programs, updating job descriptions, generating reports, etc.)

Main Responsibilities


  • Prepares, modifies and translates job descriptions;
  • Assist with the posting of job vacancies internally and externally;
  • Sort the applications;
  • Coordinates telephone interviews;
  • Coordinates background checks with the external provider;
  • Coordinates and prepares integration plans for new employees;
  • Make sure to obtain all the necessary documentation for hiring by making the necessary follow-ups with the candidates;
  • Prepares refusal letters and send them to candidates.

Administrative support:

  • Collaborates in the implementation of the information system dedicated to human resources;
  • Participates in the development or revision of various human resources management programs and policies;
  • Ensures the linguistic revision, layout and proper presentation of documents, letters, presentations, forms;
  • Assists the Director of Human Resources in all other related tasks and special projects;


  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources management or Industrial Relations;
  • Minimum of 1 year of relevant experience in a similar role;
  • Perfectly bilingual, excellent knowledge of French and English both orally and in writing;
  • Proficiency with the Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook);
  • Proficiency in grammar and excellent writing skills;
  • Resourcefulness;
  • Sense of organization; & attentive to details.



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