ACADEMIC
University of Ottawa 1989-1993
Baccalaureate in Arts
Conc. in English Literature /
Conc. French as a Second Langu...
ACADEMIC
University of Ottawa 1989-1993
Baccalaureate in Arts
Double Conc. Degree (English Literature
/French as a Second ...
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NancyHabibButtera_ resume_may2015

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  • 1. ACADEMIC University of Ottawa 1989-1993 Baccalaureate in Arts Conc. in English Literature / Conc. French as a Second Language Algonquin College 2013 – Present Pursuing CHRP designation on a part -time basis (Completed 8 of 10 required courses to date) Other training and workshops attended:  Dealing with Difficult People  Leadership in the Performance Review  Behavioural Interviewing  Performance Improvement  Managing Yourself and Leading Others  Communicating for Results  Skills for Effective Presentations  Practical Time and Workload Management  Communicating for Results  Job Evaluation and Analysis  Interviewing Skills  UN Ethics training  UN Safety and Security in the Field  Prince 2 – Project Cycle Management (Foundations)  Project Management 101  Managing Resources Language Skills English (mother tongue), French, Italian, German REFERENCES Available on request. CONTACT DETAILS Nancy (Habib) Buttera 306-5B Ridgewood Drive P.O. Box 835 Terrace Bay, ON P0T 2W0 Mobile: (807) 823 0953 Email: nancy.buttera@gmail.com NANCY (HABIB) BUTTERA HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONAL Career summary HR Professional with over 12 years experience. Proficient in national and international recruitment, staff development & training, employee relations, and performance management. Experience with employment law and labour relations and proven counselling and coaching expertise at all levels of an organization. Refined training and presentation skills. Proven experience and proficiency in the use of HRIS systems. Extensive experience working in diverse multicultural, as well as, international environments and in establishing internal/external working relationships. Work experience AV Terrace Bay Inc. HR GENERALIST Nov. 2013 – Present Responsible for addressing and responding to employee & labour relations issues, as well as, general administration of day-to-day operations of the human resources functions and duties. This includes:  Clarifying and coaching managers and colleagues on Collective Agreement, HR Policies, Guidelines and practices.  Work with Union and Management towards Grievance resolution and other problem resolution.  Providing support to senior management in regards to staffing, succession planning, labour relations, employment legislation and common law.  Policy and process analysis  Research and monitoring, as well as, preparation and analysis of HR metrics and reports, such as headcount, seniority lists, work rosters, etc..  Contributing to HR projects, policy, guideline and SOP development, and other HR initiatives.  Coordinating and processing of Labour Market Opinions, Work Permits, and Visas for international candidates and experts in consultation with legal partners.  Managing full cycle recruitment, such as: job posting, screening, interviewing, testing, onboarding and orientation of salary, hourly and temporary workers. SPECIFIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Coordinated interview panel at Company’s corporate office in India- Interviewed 56 engineering and trades candidates over 5 days, resulting in 12 offers of employment to highly specialized staff for the Company’s DCS conversion implementation team.  Successful final processing of 3 LMO’s and 6 Work Permits for internationally recruited professional specialized engineers.  Assisted with implementation of Company’s 2012-2013 Annual Compensation Review increases for 82 salaried employees in HR Manager’s absence. Key skills AREAS OF EXPERTISE  Recruitment  HRIS systems  Training & Development  Policy Development  Employee Relations  Performance Management  Orientation  Communications  Analysis  Problem Solving  International Recruitment  Labour Relations Training administered to employees:  Behavioural Interviewing  Performance Improvement  Basic WHMIS and Young Workers Safety Awareness for the Workplace  Staff Orientation  Various Recruitment, Staff Performance and HRIS systems  Halogen eAppraisal for Managers and Employees  Sexual Harrassment and Violence in the Workplace/Bill 168  Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) PERSONAL ABILITIES  Demonstrated professionalism and interpersonal skills  Diplomatic and objective with a high level of confidentiality and integrity.  Strong problem solving, strategic thinking, negotiation, evaluation and analytical skills,  Able to work independently or as part of a team.  Able to cope and work under pressure.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Ability to multitask and manage conflicting demands.  Ability to prioritize tasks.  Customer service focused.  Attention to detail.  Work well under pressure. Language Skills English (mother tongue), French, Italian, German.
  • 2. ACADEMIC University of Ottawa 1989-1993 Baccalaureate in Arts Double Conc. Degree (English Literature /French as a Second Language) Algonquin College 2013 – Present Pursuing CHRP designation on a part -time basis (Completed 9 of 10 required courses to date) Other training and workshops attended:  Dealing with Difficult People  Leadership in the Performance Review  Behavioural Interviewing  Performance Improvement  Managing Yourself and Leading Others  Communicating for Results  Skills for Effective Presentations  Practical Time and Workload Management  Communicating for Results  Job Evaluation and Analysis  Interviewing Skills  UN Ethics training  UN Safety and Security in the Field  Prince 2 – Project Cycle Management (Foundations)  Project Management 101  Managing Resources Computer Skills  Lotus Notes, Outlook  Halogen eAppraisal (Administrator)  HRIS systems (numerous types learned & used)  Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote, etc.)  ADP - People@Work  Internet/intranet REFERENCES Available on request. CONTACT DETAILS Nancy (Habib) Buttera P.O. Box 835 Terrace Bay, ON P0T 2W0 Mobile: (807) 823-0953 Email: nancy.buttera@gmail.com Other Work Experience The Lowe-Martin Group (formerly the Dollco Corporation) HR OFFICER May 2010 – Nov. 2013 SPECIFIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS  Developed, introduced and rolled out training for 76 salaried employees on Halogen eAppraisal process and application as system Administrator.  Conducted internal orientation and processed criminal checks and government security clearances for over 200 Dollco employees as part of the integration process to Lowe-Martin after acquisition of company in Ottawa.  Conducted ADP People@Work HRIS systems administration, training and reporting.  Established and managed Lowe-Martin’s remote Human Resources office at the Company’s Mississauga operation sites.  Remotely assisted with the organization of two open job fairs for the recruitment of regular and temporary production workers for the Ottawa branches while posted in Mississauga. United Nations Development Program (UNDP) SA TO THE COUNTRY DIRECTOR May 2006 – Mar. 2009 United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) PROGRAMME SUPPORT OFFICER Nov. 2005 – May 2006 (USAID Secondary and District Centre Roads Project) United Nations Assistance Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) ASST TO THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER Aug. 2004 – Oct. 2005 United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV)/Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) HR ASST – TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT Nov. 2003 – Jul. 2004 HR ASST - RECRUITMENT AND PLACEMENT Jun. 2000 – Nov. 2003 SECRETARY – INTL NARCOTIC CONTROL BOARD Apr. 2000 – Jun. 2000 Self-employed FREELANCE BUSINESS ESL TEACHER Sept. 1998 – Apr. 2000 Sears Canada Inc. JOB EVALUATION ANALYST Dec. 1997 – Sept. 1998 HR ASSISTANT – ONTARIO OUTLET STORES Nov. 1995 – Dec. 1997 HR COORDINATOR – OTTAWA OUTLET Jul. 1994 – Nov. 1995 SALESPERSON/TRAINER – OTTAWA OUTLET Jun. 1987 – Jul. 1994

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