• Kativik Ilisarniliriniq
  • 9800 Cavendish Boulevard, Saint-Laurent, QC, Canada
  • Apr 03, 2024
Full-Time, Part-Time Administrative Support

Job Description


Reporting to the Coordinator of Labour Relations, the Administration Technician is responsible for various tasks related to the administration of disability / CNESST, parental leave and preventive withdrawal, work accident and labour relations files for all personnel.

The Administration Technician will have the following responsibilities:

·        Draft various letters for employees (requests for expert assessment, requests for medical files from clinics, denial of disability claims, etc.);

·        Send disability forms to employees upon receipt of medical certificates that are non-compliant with the collective agreements and follow up with school administrators;

·        Request and follow up on the receipt of medical documents with the Module du Nord québécois et Ullivik as needed;

·        Notify Payroll of absences and follow up on absences (verification of payroll reports and transmission of e-mail authorizations);

·        Answer questions from employees on disability with respect to their pay;

·        Keep a table of absences;

·        Plan and organize the required activities within the deadlines stipulated – requests for medical assessment, revision or CNESST challenges;

·        Maintain communications with CNESST and employees in the processing of files;

·        Manage the processes of temporary assignment and gradual return to work;

·        Manage communications with CNESST, notices of payment to be copied to files and added to list for Finance;

·        Prepare calculations of CNESST benefits;

·        Inform employees regarding provisions governing paternity, maternity and adoption leave, as well as extensions as permitted under their respective collective agreements;

·        Open new CNESST files for preventive withdrawal and advise employees of terms involved;

·        Approve disability periods on certain files (fractures, cancer, surgery, etc.);

·        Create paper files for absences and file medical and CNESST documents.

·        Follow up with personnel on preventive leave, notifying Payroll and the appropriate superior immediately.

·        Transmit long-term absence files to Beneva;

·        Draft letters to employees regarding the application of collective agreements and following the recommendations of labour relations Coordinators.

·        Coordinate the recovery of overpayments of salary.

·        Inform, assist and support by telephone, online or on-site in Nunavik, education administrators and school secretaries with respect to any tasks related to the management of disability claims and labour relations.

·        Perform, as needed, any other related tasks requested by the immediate supervisor.



·        Diploma of collegial Studies (DEC) in Human Resources or diploma or equivalent studies recognized by the School Board.

·        Minimum of two (2) years of relevant experience in human resources.


The Board may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the afore-mentioned qualifications if it finds a suitable candidate who is a beneficiary of the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement (JBNQA) and who accepts, as a condition of employment, to follow a training plan determined by the Board.

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