Information Sessions: Manager, Dispute Resolution

May 03, 2024

The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission is currently seeking applications from qualified candidates interested in contributing to the protection and advancement of the human rights of Nova Scotians. You can learn more during two upcoming online information sessions.

The Manager, Dispute Resolution leads the Commission’s efforts to remove barriers to social justice through inclusive practices and provides leadership, oversight, guidance, and management to the dispute resolution division of the Human Rights Commission. The Manager provides strategic and organizational support to the CEO with respect to the development and implementation of new Commission programs and initiatives.

The Manager ensures dispute resolution services (intake, investigation, resolution, case management) reflect trauma-informed practice, cultural competency, restorative approaches, and accountability to the public. The Manager ensures the accurate, consistent, and efficient administration of the Human Rights Act in relation to all inquiries and complaints to the Human Rights Commission. 

This opportunity is designated to applicants that identify as an Indigenous Person, African/Black Nova Scotian and other Racialized Persons, Person with a Disability, Women in Occupations or Positions where they are Under-represented.

We encourage applicants from historically underserved communities to apply and ask that you share this opportunity broadly within your network.

Two information sessions focussed on the dispute resolution function of the Commission and  the role and responsibilities of the Manager, Dispute Resolution are scheduled for May 8 & 9. If you or someone you know are interested in learning more please share this invitation or register below.

Session 1

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Register now.

Session 2

Thursday, May 9, 2024
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. via Zoom
Register now.