Regional Coordinator - Ontario

$118,560 - $133,440 plus $1,554.06 bilingual bonus
Employment type: 
Term up to six months
Closing Date: 
Thu, 20 Aug 2020 15:30 EDT
Employment equity designation: 
Target groups: 
Indigenous people
Racialized persons
Search area: 
Employees of PSAC, Components, and PSAC Holdings Ltd
Members giving PSAC membership number
Competition Number: 
Regional Offices Branch
Band 14
Purpose of position: 


  • The successful candidate for this appointment will be a qualified Indigenous or qualified racially visible person.  
  • Applications from qualified applicants who do not meet the language requirement of the position will be taken into consideration.
  • Position linguistic designation: Bilingual (English and French)
  • Position global linguistic level: Second language CEFR level: B2
  • The selected candidate will be entitled to a car allowance

Under the direction of the Director, Regional Offices Branch (ROB), the Regional Coordinator manages programs and staff in their assigned region; coordinates and supervises staff and, in consultation with the Regional Executive Vice‑President (REVP), ensures the timely and effective delivery of PSAC programs and services in the regions.  As a member of the Management Team, participates in policy setting and strategic planning at both the regional and national level.


Education and Experience:

  • Combination of education and experience in the field of labour relations, knowledge of union practices and programs.


  • Thorough knowledge of the PSAC policies, constitution and objectives of its programs.


  • Demonstrated management skills;
  • Ability to prepare and monitor budgets;
  • Ability to successfully deal with change and to effectively manage organizational, operational and people issues;
  • Ability to contribute to planning and priority setting;
  • Ability to understand and respond strategically to operational issues with innovative solutions and develop and monitor long and short-term goals;
  • Ability to establish trust and co-operation amongst all employees and promote enthusiasm and commitment;
  • Well-developed time management skills to deal effectively with conflicting priorities and time-sensitive issues while remaining focused in the face of multiple distractions;
  • Well-developed communication, negotiating and conflict resolution skills;
  • Second language skills as per the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) level indicated above;
  • Ability to facilitate group discussion and decision-making.

Personal suitability:

  • Understanding and commitment to union and equity principles;
  • Self-confidence, action-oriented, tenacity, good judgment and diplomacy;
  • Political acuity and respect for workers;
  • Availability to travel and work on evening and on week-end.

A detailed job description is available at or on the attached document.

The PSAC is committed to employment equity and is actively seeking to ensure a representative workforce. We encourage applications from members of equity seeking groups.