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        • Calgary, Alberta
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        Our client in Calgary is looking for an Advisor, People and Culture!This key member’s role is to provide service, advice, and support to the team with the goal of fostering a winning culture and high-performance team. The advisor has the opportunity to take the lead in some core HR functions while also contributing to the overall workplace strategy and experience for team members. This requires strong knowledge of processes and practices combined with the ability to be agile and creative using a can-do attitude and a willingness to try new things. The advisor will have the responsibility to lead, with support from the director, in the areas of recruitment and talent management as well as learning and development. Overall, the advisor’s role is to support the team member experience and inspire a high-performance culture through a focus on service, training, coaching, and communications.AdvantagesOur client in Calgary is looking for an Advisor, People and Culture!This key member’s role is to provide service, advice, and support to the team with the goal of fostering a winning culture and high-performance team. The advisor has the opportunity to take the lead in some core HR functions while also contributing to the overall workplace strategy and experience for team members. This requires strong knowledge of processes and practices combined with the ability to be agile and creative using a can-do attitude and a willingness to try new things. The advisor will have the responsibility to lead, with support from the director, in the areas of recruitment and talent management as well as learning and development. Overall, the advisor’s role is to support the team member experience and inspire a high-performance culture through a focus on service, training, coaching, and communications.Responsibilities•Provides timely and high-quality people and culture service to the organization•Develops a rapport with team members to promote trust and open communication in support of People and Culture objectives and employee engagement•Fosters a healthy and respectful workplace•Ensures consistency in the application of all People and Culture policies and practices, in alignment with the organization’s vision, mission, and values•Supports all People and Culture programs, including documentation where required•Provides advice on best practices and guidance on the interpretation and application of HR policies, procedures and legislation•Provides backup on payroll and benefits administration•Leads recruitment activities from start to finish in partnership with hiring managers, including the development of attraction and retention strategies •Supports onboarding and orientation for new team members•Leads management of probationary period and related check-ins with new team members and their leaders; advises senior leadership on insights•Manages exit interview process and provide insights to leadership as appropriate•Identifies, designs, and implements solutions for continuous improvement of recruitment and talent programs and processes•Supports team members and leaders with development of personal development plans•Identifies, recommends and organizes corporate training initiatives that support strategic objectives and team member development needs•Supports individual and organizational development needs in support of succession plan•Supports development, implementation, and reporting for the team member engagement survey and ongoing pulse checks•Participates in planning and implementing initiatives related to survey feedback •Supports recognition programs, both formal and informal•Provides change management support for people initiatives and projects initiated both by HR and the broader organization•Writes, revises, and edits human resources policies, procedures and related documents as needed•Establishes appropriate measures for People and Culture programs and activities and regularly provide reports and interpretations to leadership•Identifies opportunities and proposes solutions for continuous improvement in People and Culture initiatives, policies and overall effectivenessQualifications•Bachelor’s degree or diploma in human resources management, business or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience•3 or more years’ progressive experience in human resources in a generalist role •Demonstrated knowledge of recruitment, selection and retention strategies, employee relations, and training and development•Knowledge of and ability to apply HR-related legislation and best practices•Collaborative with ability and passion to engage with others authentically, establish trust, and maintain effective relationships at all levels•Strong customer service focus•Strong analytical and critical thinking skills•Ability to function independently and as part of a team•Self-directed, motivated, and resourceful•Strong communication skills, both written and verbal•Strong technical skills, with the ability to work in traditional and new applications and digital platformsSummaryIf you feel that this may be the role for you, please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca!Thanks in advance for your application.
        Our client in Calgary is looking for an Advisor, People and Culture!This key member’s role is to provide service, advice, and support to the team with the goal of fostering a winning culture and high-performance team. The advisor has the opportunity to take the lead in some core HR functions while also contributing to the overall workplace strategy and experience for team members. This requires strong knowledge of processes and practices combined with the ability to be agile and creative using a can-do attitude and a willingness to try new things. The advisor will have the responsibility to lead, with support from the director, in the areas of recruitment and talent management as well as learning and development. Overall, the advisor’s role is to support the team member experience and inspire a high-performance culture through a focus on service, training, coaching, and communications.AdvantagesOur client in Calgary is looking for an Advisor, People and Culture!This key member’s role is to provide service, advice, and support to the team with the goal of fostering a winning culture and high-performance team. The advisor has the opportunity to take the lead in some core HR functions while also contributing to the overall workplace strategy and experience for team members. This requires strong knowledge of processes and practices combined with the ability to be agile and creative using a can-do attitude and a willingness to try new things. The advisor will have the responsibility to lead, with support from the director, in the areas of recruitment and talent management as well as learning and development. Overall, the advisor’s role is to support the team member experience and inspire a high-performance culture through a focus on service, training, coaching, and communications.Responsibilities•Provides timely and high-quality people and culture service to the organization•Develops a rapport with team members to promote trust and open communication in support of People and Culture objectives and employee engagement•Fosters a healthy and respectful workplace•Ensures consistency in the application of all People and Culture policies and practices, in alignment with the organization’s vision, mission, and values•Supports all People and Culture programs, including documentation where required•Provides advice on best practices and guidance on the interpretation and application of HR policies, procedures and legislation•Provides backup on payroll and benefits administration•Leads recruitment activities from start to finish in partnership with hiring managers, including the development of attraction and retention strategies •Supports onboarding and orientation for new team members•Leads management of probationary period and related check-ins with new team members and their leaders; advises senior leadership on insights•Manages exit interview process and provide insights to leadership as appropriate•Identifies, designs, and implements solutions for continuous improvement of recruitment and talent programs and processes•Supports team members and leaders with development of personal development plans•Identifies, recommends and organizes corporate training initiatives that support strategic objectives and team member development needs•Supports individual and organizational development needs in support of succession plan•Supports development, implementation, and reporting for the team member engagement survey and ongoing pulse checks•Participates in planning and implementing initiatives related to survey feedback •Supports recognition programs, both formal and informal•Provides change management support for people initiatives and projects initiated both by HR and the broader organization•Writes, revises, and edits human resources policies, procedures and related documents as needed•Establishes appropriate measures for People and Culture programs and activities and regularly provide reports and interpretations to leadership•Identifies opportunities and proposes solutions for continuous improvement in People and Culture initiatives, policies and overall effectivenessQualifications•Bachelor’s degree or diploma in human resources management, business or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience•3 or more years’ progressive experience in human resources in a generalist role •Demonstrated knowledge of recruitment, selection and retention strategies, employee relations, and training and development•Knowledge of and ability to apply HR-related legislation and best practices•Collaborative with ability and passion to engage with others authentically, establish trust, and maintain effective relationships at all levels•Strong customer service focus•Strong analytical and critical thinking skills•Ability to function independently and as part of a team•Self-directed, motivated, and resourceful•Strong communication skills, both written and verbal•Strong technical skills, with the ability to work in traditional and new applications and digital platformsSummaryIf you feel that this may be the role for you, please email your resume to Katelyn.Schoen@randstad.ca!Thanks in advance for your application.

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