Coordinator Compensation and Benefits

January 16 2022
Industries Healthcare, social assistance
Categories Accounting, Finance, Management, Administration
Montreal, QC


Reporting to the Assistant Director Human Resources – Labor Relations and Administration, the Coordinator, Compensation and Benefits oversees the administration and management of the salary and fringe benefits for managers, unionized and non-unionized employees, including the management of salary, premiums and allocations, collective insurance programs, retirement plans, paid and unpaid leaves, and other fringe benefits for the CBHSSJB.


  1. Collaborates to the management, planning, organization, coordination, implementation, control and reporting within the Labor Relations and Employee Administration sub-service.
  2. Contributes to the development and planning of on-going and future HR policies, procedures programs and tools pertaining to compensation and benefits management.
  3. Ensures the analysis and guidance of all the working conditions related to compensation plans and fringe benefits and collaborates with the Assistant Directors HR and Directors of Human Resources and Finance regarding the financial administration of such.
  4. Applies the compensation plan for unionized, non-unionized but unionizable personnel, and management staff as well as the evaluation and application of the various fringe benefit plans.
  5. Collaborates to the compilation and management of the HR file of each employee, and the respect of confidential data, according to the various laws, both in terms of creating (opening) new employees' files, maintaining, up-dating and then closing all files.
  6. Ensures that the proper salary is established for all personnel and that the annual progression, scale increase and annual salary adjustments are carried out according to collective agreements and MSSS guidelines.
  7. Reviews and recommends new hire salaries, salary class, salary changes, and updates to ensure internal equity and compliance with compensation policies.
  8. Ensures that collective insurance, retirement program, leaves and other fringe benefits are managed and that premiums are collected for such.
  9. Contributes to the creation (opening) of new employees' files by ensuring the proper gathering of specific information for the opening of the file, and provides all relevant information to ELR and Staffing administrative support staff for data entry.
  10. Serves as a partner and expert resource around salary administration inquiries, assistance requests, advice and issues for managers and employees.
  11. Ensures the liaison with Retraite-Québec as local administrator for Retraite-Québec electronic services.
  12. Ensures the efficient people management and the financial management of the Unit.


Education and experience:

  • University degree in a discipline relevant to the position;
  • Master's degree in a relevant discipline would be an asset;
  • Membership in a professional association would be an asset;
  • 2-year professional experience in the field.

Knowledge and abilities:

  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of the issues, administration, and legal framework of the health and social services sector;
  • Knowledge of First Nations issues would be an asset;
  • Inspiring leadership style;
  • Effective communication skills;
  • Focus on performance, accessibility, quality, and optimization;
  • Results-driven management;
  • Client-oriented;
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.



  • Fluent in English and French;
  • Fluency in Cree is an asset.


  • Willing to travel (minimum of 1 week per month);
  • Willing to be on-call, as needed.
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