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Non-Union Level 9 - $73,125 - $87,750 Our Vision

At the Toronto Catholic District School Board, we transform the world through witness, faith, innovation and action. Servant-leadership that is visionary, empowering and inclusive is a fundamental characteristic of our Board. We seek colleagues who demonstrate a powerful personal mission and commitment through action to these principles. We are committed to fairly and objectively recruiting and selecting leaders and staff who are excellent role models, visionary and innovative, student-focused, committed to diversity, inclusion and equity and are also collaborative in building a Catholic community.


CRITERIA FOR AN INTERVIEW ARE AS FOLLOWS: Minimum 3-year community college diploma in Human Resources or related field

Specialized training in disability claims management, dispute resolution or equivalent in actual related experience preferably in a public sector unionized environment

Minimum two (2) years experience in disability management, sick leave and in facilitating safe and early return to work programs in occupational non-occupational disability/disease

Sound knowledge of W.S.I.A., O.H.S.A., Human Rights Code, Ontarians with Disabilities Act, as well as employment and other related legislation

Advanced computer skills in MS applications: Word and Excel

Familiarity with Parklane software an asset

Excellent interpersonal abilities are required to enable effective interaction with employees, management, unions, third party insurance carriers and medical professionals on sensitive and confidential issues

Excellent organization, time management, problem-solving and record-keeping skills are required

Demonstrated ability to deal with constant demands, deadlines and interruptions

Must possess a valid drivers license and own vehicle available to use for travel within the Greater Toronto Area (eligibility for mileage reimbursement) MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Reporting to and under the direction of the Sr. Manager of Sick Leave and Disability, the successful candidate will coordinate and oversee the Boards Short Term Sick Leave and Disability Plan. The successful candidate will ensure compliance with all relevant legislative and medical requirements (Human Rights, WSIB, and Ontarians with Disabilities Act, etc.) Board policies and procedures. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Coordinate the Short Term Sick Leave and Disability Plan for all staff including requesting and reviewing medical documentation to confirm eligibility for sick leave pay and/or early and safe return to work opportunities

In conjunction with supervisory staff, create and monitor appropriate return to work and/or stay at work plans to meet the individual needs of employees and the Board

Provide guidance, interpretation and information to employees on all related SSP matters

Communicate with the employee, the Third Party Provider(s), the employees immediate supervisor and Union representative (where applicable) to facilitate early and safe return to work

Assist in creating appropriate modified job plans for transition back to work

Supervise the processes of all appropriate entries into HR/Payroll system in a timely and accurate manner to ensure appropriate pay for employees

Maintain records, track, analyze and report utilizing statistics to identify general trends

Prepare and facilitate training and other required presentations

Act as resource person for Modified Work Committees, keeping the Committees informed of TCDSBs practices and procedures and the current legislation as well as providing the Committee with necessary statistical reports and expertise on SSP related matters

Prepare and present submissions at grievances and arbitration meetings as well as representing the Board as required

Supervise assigned staff by providing training, guidance, and performance evaluations as required

Provide support in the development and implementation of Policies and Procedures relating to disability management

Assist in other Sick Leave and Disability functions as assigned or required

Perform other duties as assigned or required

Diversity and Inclusion

Consistent with the TCDSBs Employment Equity policy and Multi-Year Strategic Plan, the TCDSB is strongly committed to fostering and creating a diverse and inclusive workplace that reflects the stakeholders and communities we serve. As such, we welcome and encourage applications from candidates who self-identify as visible minorities, persons with disabilities, aboriginal peoples and women. You are invited to voluntarily indicate if you identify as one or more of the aforementioned communities. This information will be kept confidential. Barrier-Free Recruitment and Selection

TCDSB embraces the principles of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and as such, is committed to creating an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process. Please inform the Human Resources department at the time of your application of any requirement for an accommodation. The need for documentation to support the accommodation will be requested as required prior to the implementation of any accommodation measures. Interested applicants are asked to submit a completed rsum, cover letter, and any related educational documents, and reference letters, no later than Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Failure to complete a full package may impact your eligibility for an interview.Applications are to be submitted online through ApplyToEducation.We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Please note, candidates selected for an interview will be required to provide original applicable education documents.