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WorkSafeBC hiring Senior Employee Experience Specialist

WorkSafeBC is hiring for the Senior Employee Experience Specialist role which combines strong analytical and research skills and experience design chops […]

WorkSafeBC is trying to find that special someone for the Senior Employee Experience Specialist role. They are looking for a person with strong analytical and research skills, but who also has experience design chops when it comes to applying those insights to existing and new programs for our staff. Bonus if they’re passionate about employee experience!

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Position Overview

Are you passionate about understanding and supporting the employee experience? Do you want to apply your background in research and cognitive or behavioural psychology to help team members from across WorkSafeBC understand the perspectives, needs, and experiences of our employees and stakeholders? Our Experience, Marketing and Insights team is looking for a Senior Employee Experience Specialist to enable employee experience design that makes a difference to our people. In this role you will lead and execute initiatives that maximize market and behavioural research and leverage business knowledge to help us understand the needs and perceptions of employees. This strategic role is critical in creating positive internal employee experiences that will result in consistent outreach, programs and services that meet and exceed the needs of the workers and employers in our province.

Reporting to the Manager, Employee Experience, you will work cross-functionally to identify opportunities to improve employee and stakeholder experiences, design new and improved experiences and evaluate the impact of those efforts while ensuring alignment to our strategic direction, brand, and Experience framework.

This is a hybrid position that will primarily work from home and occasionally attend our Richmond office.

Relocation assistance may be available. The position will be posted until December 9, 2022.

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