Poviding oversight for human and financial resources in support of USask's activities as well as promoting a positive, safe, diverse, and inclusive working environment.
The associate vice-president people and resources provides strategic counsel and oversight for human and financial resources in support of the teaching, research, and outreach activities of the university. This role oversees the organizational effectiveness of financial operations, enterprise procurement, total rewards, safety, labour relations, HR and financial services and support, and organizational development and effectiveness across the university. The strategic focus for the avp is medium to long term and is implemented through multi-year planning that is aligned with and supports the university’s vision, mission, and values.
The associate vice-president people and resources oversees human resources and finance related policies and is accountable for policy and regulatory requirements and reporting.
The associate vice-president people and resources identifies and champions organizational change, while developing proactive partnerships that support the success of the university and its people. The associate vice-president people and resources develops and promotes the university as a positive, safe, diverse, and inclusive work and learning environment.
The associate vice-president people and resources reports to the vice-president finance and resources.
Cheryl Carver aspires to the goal that all people at the University of Saskatchewan should have the best experience possible—whether teaching, learning or working—and to facilitate this through the responsible use of public funds.
With almost thirty years as an HR professional and leader, Cheryl’s experience has spanned industries that include manufacturing, health care and higher education. Her expertise includes the professional application, and strategic leadership of labour relations, negotiation, recruitment, compensation, benefits and pension administration, training, communication and organizational effectiveness.
A native of Cape Breton, NS, Cheryl has her Master's degree in Industrial Relations from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Cape Breton University. Cheryl also has her Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation.
The associate vice-president people and resources leads a broad spectrum of activities that are aligned with and support the university's mission and goals.
Office of the AVP, People and Resources
E140-105 Administration Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A2