Manager, Employee Compensation, Pension and Benefits

Ottawa (City), Ontario
Salary ranges from $89,101 to $118,802 plus competitive benefits and vacation package.
July 11, 2019
August 1, 2019
Job Level
Employment Type
Full time
Designations Required/Preferred

Reporting to the Vice President, Human Resources, the Manager, Employee Compensation, Pension and Benefits is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the pension, compensation and benefit programs for the College.  As a resource to senior management, the incumbent will ensure that these programs are effective, employee experience driven, administered with excellence and with the view to continuous improvement.  Further, the incumbent oversees and develops communication and promotion strategies relating to this portfolio.  The incumbent is responsible for College compliance with relevant legislation and brings a business perspective to College compensation.   The incumbent is responsible for 5 Officers within the department and together they play a key strategic, advisory and management role on behalf of the College and its stakeholders.

Required Qualifications:

  • A minimum of a four (4) year University Degree, preferably in Human Resources or a relevant educational field;
  • CHRP (Certified Human Resources Professional) is required and a CHRL (Certified Human Resources Leader) is an asset; Additional certifications in compensation or benefits is considered an asset (CEBS – Certified Employee Benefits Specialist);
  • A minimum of nine (9) years of related work experience, including significant experience leading and directing Human Resources programs in a unionized environment;
  • Demonstrated strong leadership and team building capabilities;
  • Proven strategic planning, decision making, analytical skills and problem-solving skills;
  • Demonstrated acumen interpreting policies, collective agreements, the Ontario Pension and Benefits Act, Income Tax Act, AODA legislation, Employment Standards Act, Human Rights and Accommodation legislation, Income Security Programs and Compensation regulations;
  • Collaborative work habits and interpersonal relationship skills that lead to constructive relationships and a client service oriented environment;
  • Previous experience establishing and generating developing professional development plans and demonstrated ability to motivate and build morale in the office environment;
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills; Flexible and comfortable working in a changing work environment;
  • Experience interacting with external auditors and government agencies.