The Human Resources Manager is responsible for Human Resources within the overall agency. Working under the guidance of a Director, this position is responsible for ensuring that Human Resources support is being provided in compliance with all applicable regional and provincial laws.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Create an annual Health & Safety Plan for the agency and ensure its implementation by the Joint Health & Safety Committee
- Remains current and informed regarding broader organizational information
- To meet the Organization’s expectations in regard to Quality Assurances, Employee Development and Service Delivery.
- Ensure there is a Recruiting Strategy for the Agency and its implemented
- Apply the Collective Agreement consistently and provide assistance with interpretation.
- Participates in strategically identifying operational trends and responds accordingly
- Works diligently to create strong team based cultures within staffing groups by way of establishing team norms, goal planning, regularly planned meeting, effective communication strategies and conflict resolution skills
- Completion of all staff performance appraisals as per deadlines established and develops strategic plans to support each staff’s development by way of established goals.
- Proactive identification of recruitment needs and assist with hiring of staff.
- Communicate and implement Human Resources initiatives and directions to management and employees
- Coach and assist managers on a day to day basis, providing support and counsel on a broad variety of HR issues
- Provide employee relations support, including internal dispute resolution, policy and procedure interpretation, counselling and employee communications
- Manage the performance management process and deliver training to ensure managers are able to conduct effective and accurate performance reviews with their employees
- Is knowledgeable of all applicable legislation/policies and consistently applies and enforces and seeks assistance where unclear or required from Director of Human Resources Department.
- Establish and maintain partnerships as identified by the organization.
- Participates in budget development and manages budget expenditures of all assigned cost centres to ensure effective use of all resources and fiscal accountability.
- Identifies staff performance issues in a timely manner and utilizes all resources to address
- Performs other duties as assigned
- Chair Joint Health & Safety Committee and spearhead Health & Safety Initiatives
- Demonstrates effective use of technology
- Participate fully in the organizational Emergency Preparedness Plan and emergency on call system as required
- Assume responsibility for training, representing the organization as necessary and participating in agency initiatives
- Promote, educate and ensure compliance to agency policies and procedures
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Post-secondary degree or diploma in Human Resources Management.
- A minimum of 5 years full time progressive work experience in a Human Resources Management role.
- Membership in the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA) and either CHRP or CHRL Professional Designation.
- Strong working knowledge and understanding of OHSA, ESA, AODA, WSIB and Human Rights legislation.
- Demonstrated ability to apply leadership, effective negotiation and delegation skills.
- Excellent analytical, interpersonal, communication (oral and written), and presentation skills.
- Proficient with PC computer environment; MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.).
- Must have a Valid Ontario Driver’s License (Class G) and access to a reliable vehicle and Insurance.
- Payroll experience, experience working in a unionized environment, and previous experience working or volunteering with people who have an intellectual disability an asset
- Part 1 and 2 certification for Joint Health & Safety Committee members an asset
- Fluent in French an asset
This job posting is intended as a guide to reflect the principal functions of the job. However, it is not an all-inclusive listing of the required job functions. Further, the job description is subject to change at the discretion of management.
We provide competitive compensation/benefits packages and paid training opportunities. While we thank everyone for their interest in Community Living Mississauga, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
To apply, please send resume and cover letter by October 28, 2015 to:
Community Living Mississauga Attention: Human Resources Ref #618 1-6695 Millcreek Drive Mississauga ON L5N 5R8 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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