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Human Resources Manager

Employer
Community Living Stormont County
Location
Cornwall, Ontario
Salary
Up to $75.000 with good benefits and bonus and RRSP Plan
Closing date
Mar 12, 2024

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Sector
Business / Professional Services
Function
Administration
Job Level
Manager
Employment Type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Designations Required/Preferred
CHRP

English/French Full-time Human Resources Manager

Summary of Position

 

Community Living-Stormont County is a non-profit charitable organization that provides opportunities and support for adults with a developmental challenge in the Cornwall and surrounding area. 

 

Reporting to the Executive Director the HR Manager will be responsible to manage the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources Department. The Human Resources Manager will cultivate a positive work culture in the organization.

 

Responsibilities

 

Recruitment and selection of staff and students process including all necessary hiring information

 

Oversees staff training and provides reports to management and frontline staff

 

Ensuring necessary correspondence and record keeping is maintained for all Human Resources matters.

 

Develops job descriptions and postings in cooperation with the management team

 

Develops, implements and monitors Human Resources and Health and Safety Policies

 

Lead person in Labour Relations.  i.e. negotiations, labour/management,

 

Conducts investigations and dispute resolution

 

Oversees the Attendance Management Program

 

Administration of employee benefits and compensation programs

 

Ensuring that all necessary documentation relating to Human Resources meets government compliance regulations

 

Administers the Employee Assistant Program

 

Administers and oversees the Human Resources component of the Comvida data base

 

 

 

 Qualifications

 

Graduate of a post secondary degree/programs in Human Resources

 

Experience in a Management role in a not-for-profit sector

 

Knowledge of working with a Collective Agreement, Employment Standards Act and Ministry of Labour guidelines and legislation

 

Experience working with a unionized setting and participating in negotiations/bargaining

 

Computer knowledge in MS Office, Word, Excel and PowerPoint

 

Outstanding communication and writing skills

 

Valid class G driver’s license

 

Salary and Benefits

 

Will be based on qualifications and experience

 

We offer competitive salary and benefits package

 

To Apply

 

This position is full time, 72 hours bi-weekly Monday to Friday with every second Friday off.

 

If interested in this career opportunity, please send a Cover Letter and Resume to:

 

 

 

Michelle Alguire, Executive Director m.alguire@clstormont.ca on or before February 5th, 2024

 

 

 

Starting date can be negotiated.

 

 

 

Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interviewed.

 

 

 

Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) is a key priority, and we actively strive to build a culture of inclusion where employees can be their authentic selves and are valued for their diverse experiences and perspectives.  We welcome and encourage candidates from diverse backgrounds and a variety of lived experiences to apply.

 

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