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CV/Resume ID no.: 93757

Location (Residence): Calgary , Canada
Citizenship: Canada
  Native: English Canadian
  Other: None
Education & Experience: Work Authorization & Relocation:
  Bachelors in Business

Years of Experience: 17 years
Authorized to work in:
Present Location:
   Canada, Calgary
   Anywhere (International)
Category Subcategory Ability Experience
Human Resources Human Resources Experienced 14 years
Sales/Marketing Business Development Experienced 8 years
Commercial/Financial Account Officer Experienced 24 years
Sales/Marketing Marketing Experienced 24 years
CV/Resume Details
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]

May 11, 200

Attention: Human Resources Department

Re: Human Resources Vacancies
Please accept my application for the above noted vacancies.

As demonstrated in my attached resume, I have the relevant experience, education and training/coursework required for the essential qualifications for a Human Resources position. I have completed a Business Administration Diploma which focused on Management, Human Resources, Customer/Client Service and Finance.
I am currently employed as a Business Operation Manager for a Calgary based Construction Company. I provide overall strategic HR leadership, Finance, Budget and Administration Management. Within this position I have been able to work a flexible full-time work schedule being in the main business office and from my own home.

I am also employed and on extended maternity/paternity leave from my Government substantive position as a Human Resource Consultant in the Human Resources Branch for the Energy, Mines and Resources Department within the Yukon Territorial Government. In a couple of past Yukon Government capacities, I have provided a variety of senior administrative services including office management, benefit and entitlements, financial, budget and travel support, marketing, human resources administration, Corporate Wellness and also Rewards and Recognition.

In past private sector capacities, I have also supervised a number of staff and or customer accounts which encouraged me to use my customer/client service, staff relations, negotiation and supervisory training in good practice.

I am an aboriginal Canadian, Alberta French Métis and have great knowledge of the First Nations as I have lived up in the Yukon for the majority of my life. I truly understand and can relate to cross culture differences. I think my current knowledge and continuous learning of aboriginal history, culture, demographics, goals and aspirations will be an asset.
I am a fresh and positive, organized hard working individual with a great deal of interest in the human resources operations and practices. I do feel I have the desire to ensure outstanding leadership and direction as a supervisor and also as a co-worker in a team environment.

On April 4th, 2007, I was awarded from the Yukon Government’s Honorable Minister Archie Lang and the Rewards and Recognition Program the “2007 Energy, Mines and Resources Award” in recognition of excellence for my outstanding employee contributions in the Human Resources Branch. I should also mention that in 2005, I was also awarded this same prestigious award for my outstanding employee contributions with the Wellness Committee. I believe I am the only employee in this large department to get this award twice.

Currently, I live in Calgary, Alberta and I am on maternity/paternity leave from the Yukon. I have recently purchased a home here in Calgary and have moved my family here to join me permanently. I felt this move was necessary to be closer to family and friends and to start a career with an employer such as you.

2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]


April 2008 – Present New Heights Enterprises
Calgary, Alberta
Position Title: Business Operation Manager

Job Summary/Duties:
• Reporting to the President and Vice-President (Owners), it is my responsibility for providing overall strategic HR leadership to project managers/crew leaders and employees including development and implementation of human resources policies and employee programs and services. Additional duties including recruitment, supervision, scheduling, development, evaluation, and disciplinary actions
• Multi-site operations management which includes project planning & development (estimated project costs, performed take-offs and development of project proposals working directly with the site superintendant and President) , vendor sourcing & negotiating, risk management & inventory control, customer relations & satisfaction, marketing cost and budget controls
• Supervise Finance and Administration personnel in order to manage the completion of residential and commercial construction projects valued in excess of $20 million annually.

August 2006 – Human Resources Branch, Dept. Energy, Mines and Resources
November 2007 Yukon Territorial Government
and Whitehorse, Yukon

January 2004 – October 2005
Full-time Substantive (Currently on Maternity/Paternity extended leave)
Position Title: Human Resources Consultant

Job Summary/Duties:
• As a professional member of the HR Team, I dedicated to focusing on client service and demonstrated this through actions and advice, a culture that promotes ethical, creative and positive values that support the department and Government’s goals and objectives.
• Provided complete and fully delegated staffing services to the department, which branches included Oil and Gas Resources, Energy, Forestry, Mining, Land Services, Agriculture, Client Services and Inspections, Yukon Geology Survey, Corporate Services, Human Resources and the Deputy Minister Office. This included providing advice on options and principles/rules guiding staffing activities. Staffing activities included chairing and participating in competitions, exemptions, direct hires, extensions, temporary assignments and acting appointments, etc. I also prepared all travel arrangements for outside hires.
• Assisted supervisors and Advisors on the formulation and writing of job descriptions and statements of qualifications.
• Provided employee pay support for the Department to ensure employee’s pay is in accordance with existing authorities and collective agreement, which involves receiving and verifying for accuracy, all documents related to pay including time records, leave forms, acting pay forms, temporary assignment agreements.
• Provided advice and assistance to employees on the nature of their pay and monitoring the Human Resource Management Information System (HRIS) for data integrity and advising PSC of required corrections and/or changes.
• Provided employee benefits and entitlements support for the Department to inform and facilitate employees’ access to entitlements and options in accordance with existing authorities and plans, including acting as contact to receive and respond to employee requests, inquiries and applications; providing assistance to employees in completing documentation or referring to appropriate source or acting as liaison for employees; receiving, verifying, and processing/entering applications for employee benefits such as Yukon Bonus, eye exams, annual mileage allowances, etc. in accordance with collective agreement, policies or plan provisions; maintaining the department’s related unit files and ensuring confidentiality; processing WCB claims and coordinating with accident report and leave forms; liaising with WCB and PSC regarding claims and effects on benefits and communicating same with employee; working cooperatively with centralized Employee Compensation and Payroll contacts to facilitate payments or resolve problems and meet requirements such as timelines, etc.; processing employee terminations and resignations; closing out departmental records and files; completion of hire/termination checklists; calculating pay or leave adjustment requirements; and composing related correspondence. Provide advice and information on non-routine pay & benefits packages to bargaining unit employees and to employees who are in the management (MG) group.
• Administered the Department’s leave accounting system (Sorrento, PeopleSoft) and records in accordance with employee entitlements and provisions of the Collective Agreement and Section M, which involves receiving, reviewing, and verifying leave applications, making further inquiries as required, and obtaining additional supporting information; referring unusual cases for interpretation to a Human Resource Consultant or the Director; referring requests requiring additional approvals to appropriate individuals (e.g. leave without pay, other leave); explaining application of certain provisions and any obligations such as return service to employees; administering the departmental computerized leave accounting system and entering leave data; tracking extra hours for part-time staff; advising employees and Payroll or Employee Compensation staff of need for review where leave has implications on employee benefits, insurances, or pension; and arranging for fixes to the leave accounting system as necessary.
• Assisted the Human Resources Senior Advisors in the preparation of information and delivery of internal and external presentations such as Employee Orientation, information sessions, etc. as required.
• Provided general office management support for the unit to assist in provision of Human Resource services to the department, including providing branch reception support, composing or preparing various documents as requested in support of unit activities, processing employee performance evaluations and maintaining a BF system to ensure evaluations are completed and returned to the Public Service Commission within the required time limits.
• Assisted in facilitating the EMR Rewards and Recognition Program and EMR Staff Orientation Program.
• Strong Wellness Committee Member and acting Chair for the department have lead many programs such as: Women on Weight Program, Women Beware - self defense, Reiki, Recreational Hobbies, Nutrition 101, Boxing, Christmas Financial, Recreation Over 40, Over Eaters, etc.
• I was awarded the prestigious 2007 and the 2005 Energy, Mines and Resources Award from Honorable Minister Archie Lang and the Rewards and Recognition Program for my outstanding employee contributions.
• Other software applications used: People Soft HRIS system, Sorrento Leave Management, Microsoft Office WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS, Outlook and PowerPoint

October 2005 – Continuing Care Branch, Dept. Health and Social Services
May 2006 Yukon Territorial Government
Temporary Assignment Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Therapy Attendant – Copper Ridge Place
Physiotherapy, Occupational, Recreation and Speech

Job Summary/Duties:
• I coordinated, investigated and performed individual and group programs for extended care home residents which help promote physical abilities, activities of daily living functional abilities, life skills, leisure and recreation interests, social skills, communication and cognition.
• Reported daily in written and computer form on Gold Care patient care reporting system.
• Supervised duties included: motivating, instructing, co-coordinating and enforcing rules and regulations in a group setting.
• Conducted inspections on resident’s occupational equipment such as wheelchairs, prosthetics, etc.
• Liaised heavily with residents, family, the public, communities and First Nations Bands both in positive and contentious situations.
• Actively attended individual Resident Care Plan conferences and unit meetings

Mid February 2003 – Human Resources Branch, Dept. Energy, Mines and Resources
Mid January 2004 Yukon Territorial Government
Full-time Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Human Resources Personnel

Job Summary/Duties:
• Provided all of the office management, financial and travel support and reception services to the Director and staff of the Human Resources unit. This would include important Ministerial and Cabinet briefing notes and casework.
• Assisted with leave management and pay and benefits administration by reviewing bi-weekly time records, acting pays and other HR/PSC forms for accuracy, entitlement in accordance with various authorities such as the Public Service Act, Collective Agreement and Branch policies and procedures. Programs used in this position included: People Soft HRIS system, Microsoft Office Suite (WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook)
• Assisted in facilitating the EMR Rewards and Recognition Program and active Wellness Committee Member for the department have lead many programs.

October 2002 – Corporate Services and Marketing Branch,
Mid February 2003 Dept. Business, Tourism & Culture, Yukon Territorial Government
Full-time (Term Position) Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Administrative Assistant, Corporate Services Branch
Departmental Receptionist, Business, Tourism & Culture

Job Summary/Duties:
• Provided general administrative and financial support for the Director of Corporate Services and Marketing Branch, Finance and Human Resource managers, other branch managers and staff. This would include important Ministerial and Cabinet briefing notes and casework. I also co-ordinated and participated in HR recruitment and hire packages for the Manager of Human Resources.
• Provided support for marketing contracts in the negotiation process
• Participated in meetings and decisions regarding Yukon Tourism marketing ideas and plans
• Main departmental receptionist for the department of Business, Tourism and Culture.
• Computer applications used: MP 3.0, FIRM, WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook

July 2001 - May 2002 Northern Metalic Sales Ltd.
Full-time Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Accounts Receivable Manager

Job Summary/Duties:
• Managed, processed and collected all accounts receivables for three (3) company divisions which were located across the Yukon using an R-Base Dos program specifically developed for Northern Metalic.
• Supervised one staff who was front receptionist/cash clerk.
• Assisted in administering Payroll for the company.
• Other computer applications used: WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook

June – Mid July 2001 Arts Branch,
Department of Tourism, Yukon Territorial Government
Whitehorse, Yukon
Full-time (Casual Position)
Position Title: Administrative Assistant

Job Summary/Duties:
• Provided general administrative and financial support for the Director of the Art’s Branch and other branch staff.
• Computer applications used: WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook

March– June 2001 Office Supply Centre Yukon Office Supply/Whse Business Machine
Full-time Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Accounts Receivable/Payable Clerk

Job Summary/Duties:
• Responsible for managing and processing the Accounts Payable and Receivable for three different company divisions using ACCPAC–PLUS, Contact MASTER and Report MASTER.
• Other computer applications used: WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook

May 2000 – February 2001 C.W. Carry Ltd. Steel Service Centre
Full-time Edmonton, Alberta
Position Title: Credit Assistant/Accounts Receivable

Job Summary/Duties:
• Managed, processed and collected all accounts receivables.
• Managed all new credit and acted as the Credit Manager for the majority of my time in the position. As part of the Credit Manager’s duties I was responsible for all personnel and supervisory duties of the accounting unit.
• Computer applications used: ACCPAC Plus, WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook

Feb 1998 - December 1999 Jani-King Ltd.
Part-time Calgary, Alberta
Position Title: Bookkeeper/Office Manager

Job Summary/Duties:
• Responsible for developing and maintaining the bookkeeping (AcctsRec/Pay/Payroll) for this commercial janitorial company (Simply Accounting, ACCPAC). Maintained all service contracts, negotiated new janitorial contracts and prepared bids on tenders.
• Other computer applications used: WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS and Outlook.

April 1997 – January 1998 Department of Unemployment
Full-time (9mth–Term Position) Government of Canada, Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Senior Claims Adjudicator

Job Summary/Duties:
• Took necessary options for interviewing potential employers and collect information
• Took necessary decisions for determining claim cases
• Processed various searches and necessary assessments for confirming case data files
• Supervised Claims Assistant and Administrative Assistant which included management of leave, overtime/ work schedules and employee performance evaluations
• Provided necessary teaching to guide newly appointed personnel.

June 1996 – March 1997 Whitehorse Correctional Centre,
Full-time (9mth–Term Position) Dept. of Justice, Government of Yukon, Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Program Administrator/Correctional Officer

Job Summary/Duties:
• Under the direction of the Senior Team Leaders, and as part of a team, I carried out the day-to-day operational activities of the Correctional Centre in order to promote positive offender behaviour, reduce public risk, and maintain an appropriate level of humane control. This position is classified as a Peace Officer under the Criminal Code of Canada.
• Responsible for the inmates under my work and program supervision to and from the Main Centre’s building and within the Centre, this was a very high risk position.
• Escorted and supervised volunteers and services providers while enforcing institutional security procedures and legislation.
• Provided information and detailed incident reports to the program staff and the Senior Corrections Officers and gathered information for inspections and investigations.
• Assisted and aided in special legal administrational support for the Case Managers and Program Officers using Microsoft applications (WORD and EXCEL) and WordPerfect.
• Participated in Case Management meetings and advised on issues in relation to my position.
• Maintained hardcopy and computerized inmate file/records (using CPIC database, Justice software).
• Provided the first point of contact for the Main Centre and responded to visitors and telephone inquires.
• Relieved the Centre’s main accountant and fulfilled a variety of her duties while she was overloaded or absent (using FIRM, Govn’t Financial Software).
• Maintained Whitehorse Correctional inmate accounts throughout inmate’s sentence, involved answering any inquiries the inmates had about their pay rate, balances and charges from canteen and obtained inmates monies upon arrival then released the remaining balance upon release and discharge.
• This position is classified as a Peace Officer under the Criminal Code of Canada.

January - May 1996 Northwest Accounting Ltd.
Full-time (4mth–Term Position) Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Bookkeeper/Secretary

Job Summary/Duties:
• Several employees and I were responsible for maintaining books for over 70 companies (using Simply Accounting, ACCPAC, Powerpay and Microsoft applications). The books included company’s payroll, accounts receivable/payable and processing income taxes. I was also Northwest Accounting’s main telephone receptionist and secretary.

January 1994 – March 1995 McCauley Lodge
Part-time Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Recreational Therapist Attendant

Job Summary/Duties:
• Under the direction of facilities Recreational Therapists I performed the delivery of therapeutic residential program to promote optimum level of functioning in the skills/activities of daily living and quality of life of residents/clients by providing social interaction activities that were scheduled for the residents.
• Supervised clients/resident groups while motivating, instructing and enforcing the rules and regulations of the facility.
• Assisted in constructing the First Nation Elder Recreation/Social Program and Events with various Yukon Band Offices. This was with intense liaising with many Yukon community boards and committees.

January 1992 – Kim’s Bookkeeping
February 1994 Whitehorse, Yukon
Position Title: Bookkeeper Assistant

Job Summary/Duties:
• Audited Yukon Fishing and Hunting Licenses and assisted in the keeping of Hougan’s Shopping Center accounting book by processing accounts payable and collected accounts receivables, and in administering payroll for the companies bi-weekly pay.


September 2005 – 2007 Canada Winter Games
March 2007 Whitehorse, Yukon
Volunteer 1000 + hours
Position Title: Sports Results and Scheduling Representative

Job Summary/Duties:
• Reported to the Sport Chair and liaised with the Co-Chair of the Results Committee and worked closely with the Information Technology and Sport Divisions
• Acted as the results/scheduling coordinator of Ringette and two major venues that were assigned. In addition, I worked closely with the Sport Technical Representative to ensure that all aspects of the Timing/Scoring of the competition (Field of Play) had coordinated with internal and external distribution of results
• Delegated responsibility and workload to the Assistant Ringette Results Rep
• Conduit to the Main Results providing a critical role in ensuring that all information of interest to Sport Results is communicated
• Utilized my broad technical knowledge and understanding of the application of the sport results reporting requirements
• Attended a 3 day Ringette Officials training in Calgary, Alberta at a pre-CWG tournament in September 2006
• Pre-Games: Was responsible for:
o identifying and communicating venue technology requirements specific to the Scheduling/Timing/Scoring and Results system of the assigned sporting events.
o support the operational planning of the above including planning and coordinating the supply of the technology requirements specifically with respect to the scheduling/timing/scoring and results system for the given sport to ensure that the correct solutions are delivered in a timely manner within budget, in order to make the games a success.
o identifying and communicating all volunteer needs to the Sport Chair for communication to the VTeam.
o Responsible for becoming familiar with and adhering to the policies of the Host Society and any venue-specific policies.
o Responsible for assessing specific scheduling/timing/results/scoring volunteer needs and ensure that all volunteers are recruited and informed about and adhere to all policies.
o Responsible for developing and managing a critical path to ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner
• Games:
o Ensure proper coordination and distribution of all Sport Results information while adhering to the 2007 Games standards.
o Responsible for coordinating the distribution of results with the central results centre, general public, media, Mission Centre in partnership with the sport information officers.
o Responsible for ensuring all final reports are compiled and submitted on time.
o Liaison with Sport Information Officer – National Sport Organization designate

Jan 2000 – Jan 2001 Spirit Stony Plain
Volunteer (20hrs per week) Stony Plain, Alberta
Position Title: Senior Coordinator

Job Summary/Duties:
• Senior coordinator and manager of volunteer program for Spirit Stony Plain which organized the needs of many community continuing care and senior residential facilities
• Developed, implemented and evaluated the program. Negotiated salaries and benefits and many employment and many service contracts with local union and Spirit Stony Plain, very active board member
• Maintained volunteer pool by recruitment for various program areas and all HR related duties, supervised over 30 steady volunteers
• Assessed placement and orientated volunteers to the specific program areas
• Facilitated adult education sessions, and special events
• Liaised with community and sister communities (Edmonton and Spruce Grove) on volunteer and social programs needed for the variety of ages, culture and environments.

3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]


• Recreation Therapist Diploma - Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta (1997-1998):
• Recreation Studies, Applied Communication, Recreation and Community Education Development, Intro & Advanced Studies to Disabling Conditions, Leisure Services for the Elderly, Intro to Voluntarism, Organizational Development and Planning for Community Recreation, Administration and Governance for Community Recreation, Program Planning for Therapeutic Recreation, Leisure Counseling, Human Anatomy, Intro into Women Studies
• Bookkeeping Certificate through International Correspondence School (1996- equivalent to a one year program)
• Business Administration Diploma through International Correspondence School (1995/96 – equivalent to a two yr diploma) – Included Management, Business Law, Marketing, Human Resources and Finance
• General Studies and Upgrading – Yukon College, Whitehorse, Yukon (1994-1995) courses included: Biology, Northern Studies and Marketing
• Completed F.H.Collins High School (1994)


• Valid Certification: Canadian Red Cross CPR Certification Level C, St. Johns Ambulance Safety Orientated First Aid Standard Level and CPRC(Y) certification, Class 5 Yukon Driver’s License, Notary Public in and for the Yukon Territory
• B.A.R.S. certificate with the Yukon Liquor Board (2005)
• Courses through the Yukon Territorial Government:
• 2005-2006: Health and Social Services – Gold Care Software, MDS (Minimum Data Set) Training, Nursing Studies, Aging Process, Home Care Studies, Abuse Prevention in LTC (Long Term Care), Quality Assurance, Infection Control and Universal Precautions, Medical Documentation, Back Care, Physiotherapy Studies and Practical, Occupational Therapy Studies, Wheelchair Safety and Adapted Equipment, Speech Therapy Studies, Dietary and The Hands that Feed, Recreation Therapy Studies, Volunteer Roles, Holistic Approach, Fostering a Respectful Environment in LTC, Intake Processing, Social Work Studies, First Nation Liaison Services, Palliative Care, Special Care/Dementia Studies and Physiology, Gentle Care Model, Patient Transfer and Lift System, LTC Safety and Facility Support Services, WHMIS, Fire Safety, Handy Bus Safety
• 2003-2006: Energy, Mines and Resources – Staffing Process, Behavior Description Interviewing, Staffing Module 1: Statement of Qualifications, Staffing Module 2: Assessment Methodology, Testing, Staffing Module 3: Assessment Methodology, Interviews, Staffing Module 4: Marking and References, Understanding Workplace Harassment, , ACCESS, Customer Service in the Public Sector, Supervisory Skills 1
• 2003: Business, Tourism & Culture - MP3.0 Government Financial Software
• 1996-1997: Justice - Corrections Officer Basic Training Program: Security Issues for Non-Security Staff, Corrections Inspections/Enforcement, Incident Report Writing, Code of Conduct, Non-Violent Intervention, etc. Occupational Health & Safety, Stress Management, Harassment in the Workplace, The Collaborative Workplace, St. Johns Ambulance C.P.R./First Aid, Team Building Workshop, Word, WordPerfect, Excel, Lotus 1-2-3, Writing Skills, Time Management, Occupational Health & Safety, Stress Management, Harassment in the Workplace, The Collaborative Workplace, St. Johns Ambulance C.P.R./First Aid,
• ACCPAC Simply Accounting course through YuCAN Computing Centre (1995)
• Tourism Hospitality Training Certificate - Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon (1994)

4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]


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