Human Resources Manager - Infrastructure Division

Job Duties •    Acts as a strategic partner in providing employee and labour relations advice, support and guidance with respect to collective agreement, employee councils, policies and legislation interpretation/compliance to assist all divisions in achieving their operational goals

•    Leads engagement with employee groups and union representatives that focuses on communication, planning and problem solving to ensure excellent employee and labour relations;

•    Implements human resources programs by providing human resources services, including talent acquisition, staffing, employment processing, compensation, health and welfare benefits, training and development, records management, safety and health, succession planning, employee retention and compliance.

•    Provide resolutions to both labour and employee relations issues (e.g. employee complaints and grievances) by conducting thorough and objective investigations.

•    Improves manager and employee performance by identifying and clarifying problems; evaluating potential solutions; implementing selected solution; coaching and counseling managers and employees.

•    Develop and analyze measurable reports providing fiscal justification for personnel activities in regards to benefit costs, staffing levels/deployment, turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, applicant tracking, compensation, promotions and employee productivity.

•    Sustain and develop knowledge and understanding of existing and proposed laws and regulations affecting human resources management.

•    Complete other duties and projects as assigned.

Requirements  

•    Post-Secondary education in business, human resources or a related field. Holds a CHRP designation.

•    At least 7 years of related experience in progressive human resources areas of expertise.

•    Experience working in a large complex multiple stakeholder and unionized environments Strong leadership skills focused on results and teamwork, with a client service orientation.

•    Advanced knowledge and experience of current Canadian labor laws, Human Rights and Employment Standards to resolve matters independently, while using appropriate judgment to seek guidance and counsel as required to navigate complex matters.

•    Excellent negotiation and communication skills (written and verbal).

•    Demonstrated experience in writing professional documentation such as policies, procedures, labour briefings, business cases, disciplinary or corrective action, and corporate communications.

•    A valid G driver’s license, access to a vehicle and the ability to travel to various office locations. 

•    Excellent communication & analytical skills

 

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