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HR Manager

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    Your challenge!

     

    As the Human Resources Manager, you will support a wide scope of the Human Resources function. The HR Manager is a business partner, in support of the division’s strategic business objectives. This individual will maintain a key role in the leadership team, while placing an emphasis strong employee relations and engagement.

     

     

    Job responsibilities

     

    Under the supervision of the Plant Manager, the Human Resources Manager will have the following responsibilities:

    • Key member of the local management team as a business partner to align and support business strategy and objectives.
    • Implement and manage all Human Resources management strategies, practices and processes at the respective division.
    • Maintain the commitment of the divisions personnel in accordance with our values and business strategy.
    • Responsible for employee engagement and satisfaction initiatives.
    • Ability to lead and influence change.
    • Identify the Human resources needs of their unit and propose action plans for workforce planning
    • Support other managers in the coaching of their staff and all employee relations matters
    • Lead and support talent development and succession strategy
    • Ensure and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for all employees of its units
    • Track and follow up with Key Performance Indicators pertaining to Human Resources

     

     

    Desired Education & Experience

     

    • Bachelors Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations or Business Administration
    • A minimum of 5 years in Human Resources Management (preferably in a similar manufacturing industry)
    • Experience in a corporate environment
    • CHRP/CHRL or other equivalent industry recognized certifications are assets

     

     

    Technical Competencies:

     

    • Exemplary leadership and coaching competencies
    • Proven track record of employee engagement
    • Strong understanding of Ontario Labor Laws and Health and Safety regulations
    • Strong change management skills
    • Ability to work with all levels of the organization and maintain positive working relationships
    • Ability to develop or read and understand reports
    • Strategic planning
    • Organized and efficient
    • Proficient in various HR platforms -HRIS, payroll, time and attendance (Ultipro or similar system)
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office

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    Your challenge!

     

    As the Human Resources Manager, you will support a wide scope of the Human Resources function. The HR Manager is a business partner, in support of the division’s strategic business objectives. This individual will maintain a key role in the leadership team, while placing an emphasis strong employee relations and engagement.

     

     

    Job responsibilities

     

    Under the supervision of the Plant Manager, the Human Resources Manager will have the following responsibilities:

    • Key member of the local management team as a business partner to align and support business strategy and objectives.
    • Implement and manage all Human Resources management strategies, practices and processes at the respective division.
    • Maintain the commitment of the divisions personnel in accordance with our values and business strategy.
    • Responsible for employee engagement and satisfaction initiatives.
    • Ability to lead and influence change.
    • Identify the Human resources needs of their unit and propose action plans for workforce planning
    • Support other managers in the coaching of their staff and all employee relations matters
    • Lead and support talent development and succession strategy
    • Ensure and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for all employees of its units
    • Track and follow up with Key Performance Indicators pertaining to Human Resources

     

     

    Desired Education & Experience

     

    • Bachelors Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations or Business Administration
    • A minimum of 5 years in Human Resources Management (preferably in a similar manufacturing industry)
    • Experience in a corporate environment
    • CHRP/CHRL or other equivalent industry recognized certifications are assets

     

     

    Technical Competencies:

     

    • Exemplary leadership and coaching competencies
    • Proven track record of employee engagement
    • Strong understanding of Ontario Labor Laws and Health and Safety regulations
    • Strong change management skills
    • Ability to work with all levels of the organization and maintain positive working relationships
    • Ability to develop or read and understand reports
    • Strategic planning
    • Organized and efficient
    • Proficient in various HR platforms -HRIS, payroll, time and attendance (Ultipro or similar system)
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office

    Hide