Human Resources Coordinator

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Baptist Housing is looking for a Human Resources Coordinator to join our Team at our Evergreen Baptist Care Community in White Rock, BC.

The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and administering established Human Resources processes for Evergreen Baptist Community of Care. In collaboration with the Human Resources Manager, and working as a member of the Human Resources Team, the Coordinator ensures the accurate and timely delivery of services to managers and Team Members.

The Human Resources Coordinator assists with hiring and onboarding; ensures tracking of all Team Member information; coordinates all internal job postings, pursuant to the respective Collective and changes resulting from these; produces a variety of reports from various data sources; develops and delivers a variety of documents including letters, spreadsheets and forms; provides administrative support and assistance to the Human Resources Manager with a variety of human resources tasks, projects and events; and, leads scheduling duties.

Baptist Housing Values

As Servant Leaders, we focus on serving others in humility and grace, demonstrating the character and values of:

  • Compassion: Showing care, love, and sensitivity in consideration of the unique needs of fellow Team Members, Residents, families, and others.
  • Honesty: Exemplifying fairness, integrity and ethical behaviour.
  • Respect: Treating people with dignity at all times to elevate personhood and person-directed wellness.
  • Innovation: Exercising ingenuity in all endeavours and exemplifying creative courage.
  • Stewardship: Recognizing God’s ownership by using resources wisely to preserve the future viability and longevity of our mission.
  • Teamwork: Working collaboratively to achieve our mission in a culture of safety, continuous learning and work-life balance.
  • Fun: Reminding us that we must take our work seriously, but not ourselves.


As an ambassador of Baptist Housing, you have exceptional interpersonal skills, the ability to foster and maintain relationships, and model our values in all interactions.  You demonstrate a desire to assist, respond to needs with a consistently positive attitude and look for opportunities to serve; able to work effectively, both independently with a high level of autonomy and in collaboration with a team; resolve conflict and preserve relationships in alignment with our values; are a critical thinker with good problem solving ability, and are highly detail-oriented with well-developed organization skills.

Education and Experience

Human Resources degree or diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution or an acceptable equivalent combination of education, training and experience

A minimum of two years’ experience  providing administrative or scheduling support, preferable in a unionized, health care environment.

HR experience in the following is an asset: Collective Agreements; various stages of the selection process; and, scheduling systems in a health care environment.

This is a permanent full-time position.  We offer competitive compensation including a comprehensive benefit package. 

Please forward your resume and cover letter to

Thank you for your interest in working with Baptist Housing.  We are eager to build our team with people who share our mission and vision.  Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  If you are not contacted, we encourage you to apply for our future openings for which you qualify.  We wish you every success in your search for meaningful employment!

Baptist Housing provides Residential Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living, Affordable Rental, and Adult Day Programs to over 2800 seniors in British Columbia. Our communities are located in Greater Vancouver, Victoria, and the Interior. Baptist Housing is affiliated with the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches Pacific, yet our communities welcome people of all faith traditions. We believe our Christian heritage and faith helps us compassionately meet the needs of those living in our communities.