About This Career
Human Resources (HR) Analysts in the oil and gas industry collect, study and manage data and information related to labour issues and costs that affect their companies. This includes data management and analysis of information such as compensation trends, workforce demographics, pensions and benefits, turnover, training etc. These analysts are responsible for leading and coordinating projects and activities specifically related to the development and administration of an organization's compensation programs as well as workforce planning and recruitment. In large companies the HR Analyst is often responsible for collaborating and supporting the HR team on day-to-day responsibilities in addition to projects. These responsibilities are often related to recruiting, on-boarding/off-boarding, talent management and HR systems. The HR Analyst assists in managing the process flow of all HR related forms and documents.
One of their primary responsibilities is to advise and make recommendations to management on compensation, information which is then incorporated into operations planning and strategies.
Education: A post-secondary diploma or degree in human resources management or a related field is typically required.
Employment: This occupation is found in onshore environments and is typically employed in the exploration and production (E&P), oil sands, oil and gas services, and pipeline sectors of the oil and gas industry.
Example titles: Compensation Research Analyst, Employment Equity Officer, Job Analyst, Labour Relations Analyst, Wage Analyst
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As Canada prepares for the launch of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, this occupation will play a key role in:
- Off-site fabrication
- LNG export facility construction
- LNG export facility operations
- Natural gas pipeline construction
When the LNG industry takes off, you can be a part of the action!
Some Overtime Required
Business and Operations Support
Oil and gas services
Exploration and production
- Post-secondary diploma