Our client is looking for a Senior Human Resource Business Partner to support their Richmond, BC location. This is an exciting opportunity for you to join their Human Resources to deliver a wide range of consultative and HR support services to business leaders and employees. In this role, you will be a key member of the local Leadership team for the business and will partner with the Senior Managers and their Leadership Teams to provide advice and deliver value-add interventions in all areas of people management and business strategy. You will be responsible for designing and delivering a people agenda/strategy that is fit for purpose in order to achieve the Business Plan and Company objectives. AdvantagesThey are looking for a motivated Human Resources professional who has a demonstrated ability to advance the success of HR collaboratively. The role requires a “roll-up-your-sleeves” attitude in combination with being a trusted advisor to the business leaders at the strategic and operational level. You will have a proven track record in identifying opportunities for change and being able to successfully influence Leadership Teams to enable change. You will ensure the culture and behaviours are continually reinforced and developed, and Managers are fully equipped and up skilled to meet the people management aspects of their role. You will be responsible for overall delivery of HR-related projects, initiatives, synergies and transitions liaising and working closely with the broader HR teams across Canada and internationally for IIS global operations. Responsibilities•Guide and advise management by participating in the development and deployment of the following human resource strategies: recruitment, workforce and succession planning, compensation, performance management, management training and development, HR metrics, organizational change and employee mobilization.•Work with senior management to assess staffing plans with key groups for the Business Plan and review of areas of risk.•Guide and advise Managers on how to solve work-related problems by assisting Managers with coaching and performance management. •Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, employment law, reducing legal risks, and ensuring regulatory compliance and act as the local Ethics Officer. •Work closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase productivity and retention.•Identify gaps in HR and Company policy, provide recommendations and a business case where applicable to improve policies and procedures. •Participate in various HR local and country projects.•Implement best practices and drive change management initiatives to meet business imperatives•Create a high performing culture through inclusion, diversity and dialogue•Enhance employee experience and drive initiatives to reduce attrition rates Qualifications•Degree in Human Resources or a related field.•5-8 years relevant human resources experience in a human resources business partner or related capacity with a demonstrated working knowledge in key Human Resources functions including performance management, compensation, recruitment, and employee relations.•Professional Designation in Human Resources and experience in a manufacturing environment would be an asset. •Consultative style and trusted advisor who can effectively influence, coach and consult with key stakeholders, peers and team members.•Demonstrated agility and the ability to pivot in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple priorities. •Strong knowledge of Labour law, Employment law, Human Rights legislation and Occupational Health & Safety Act. •Experience working in an international environment and the ability to work within a matrix organization structure.•Proficient computer skills and competent with Microsoft Office programs.SummaryIf you are interested in applying for this opportunity, please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.