Human Resources Business Partner

Location
North York
Salary
Competitive Salary + Benefits & Pension
Posted
January 21, 2019
Closes
March 22, 2019
Ref
18-0667
Employment Type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Designations Required/Preferred
CHRL

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Reporting to the Executive Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Business Partner is a proven subject matter expert, and has the ability to contribute to the organization as a valued business partner
  • Works in partnership with a diverse portfolio of internal clients understanding their operations in order to integrate strategic human resources into their business.
  • Leverages human capital measures to support management decision-making, short- and long-range planning and strategy development.
  • Supporting managers in addressing complex labour and employee relations issues with the intention of supporting the business unit to achieve its operating and clinical objectives.
  • With advanced experience in Human Resources and Labour Relations act as a mentor and professional practice leader for other members of the human resources business partner team
  • Liaising heavily with key union leadership with a view to developing highly functional relationships that advance the objectives of the organization and contribute to Baycrest being a workplace of choice.
  • Lead both formal and informal labour relations processes including grievance administration and Labour Management Committees.
  • Participate in the development and implementation of HR policies, procedures and programs
  • Provide leadership, coaching and mentorship to all members of the HR team  

 

Qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • A minimum of 5-7 years of previous experience in a human resources generalist role
  • A degree in Human Resources, Labour Relations or a related field
  • Certified Human Resource Leader (CHRL) designation preferred
  • Skilled and forward thinking labour relations professional
  • Models excellence in client service, dependable and focused on finding solutions to advance organizational goals and objectives
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, problem solving, conflict resolution skills and judgment
  • Establish positive relationships within the organization
  • Coaching, counseling and facilitation skills needed to lead managers/directors in developing effective employee/labour relation practices
  • Direct health care, long term care, or public sector in an unionized environment preferred
  • Full understanding and demonstrated working knowledge of relevant Employee and Labour Legislation including Employment Standards, Ontario Labour Relations Act, Human Rights Code
  • Demonstrated commitment to on-going learning and professional development  

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