Greater Toronto Area

Leader of People and Culture

Summary

You are a highly motivated individual who is dynamic, has a passion for people, and can roll up your sleeves and roll with it. The Leader of People and Culture has an uplifting attitude, a strong sense of self, and is always looking to develop and grow both personally and professionally. You have a strong respect for yourself and by example equally strong respect for others. You are in essence, personable and people centric.

Our client is creating a new business, acquiring independently run companies, and merging them to create a national footprint, focused on providing a world class client experience. This is a newly created role with lots of room to make your mark.

What you’ll be doing

As Leader of People and Culture reporting to the Vice President, Operations you will:

  • Develop the company’s cultural foundation using their values as a basis to raise a positive, constructive, competitive, safe, and inclusive culture
  • Create recruitment and onboarding campaign
  • Perform staff onboarding procedures including new hire orientation, payroll, and benefits setup, introduction to talent tools, and creation of accounts and office access
  • Perform staff offboarding procedures including management of terminations and resignations, termination of accounts, collection of company assets, and exit interviews
  • Assist in developing, rolling out, and evolving the company’s learning management system as it relates to the material creation, training, and updating
  • Support Management with handling and tracking staff probation, compensation, and performance reviews
  • Support the enrollment and cancellation of employee benefits, and support staff with inquiries and change processing
  • Create and distribute internal HR communications as needed
  • Monitor staff morale and company culture and propose and implement appropriate programs and training
  • Respond to HR-related inquiries and provide HR-related training
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of provincial and federal employment laws
  • Support employee engagement and perks programs
Is this you? Here’s how you’ll know:
  • You love making connections with people and you know how to put others at ease
  • You believe the only constant in life is change and know how to contextualize it
  • You believe confidence and discretion is at the forefront of your role
  • You have an ability to inspire a positive and collaborative environment
  • You know how to use the right words to say the tough things
  • You are “the North” and have experience with Province-wide legislation
  • You are an “on the spot thinker” who can problem solve efficiently
  • You have a creative mind and you are solution oriented
  • Your interviews are conversational, not questionable
  • You get frustrated when systems and processes are not efficient
  • You do not sweat the small stuff and can see the big picture clearly
  • You’re goal oriented. You like planning and forecasting. But you’re agile as well, recognizing that things change and that flexibility is key in a new business.
  • You work with a purpose and a sense of urgency
  • You are definitely not shy. Your voice is heard. Your smile is contagious
We’d love to meet you if you have:
  • Contemporary knowledge of the latest organizational change practices
  • Experience with (ATS) applicant tracking systems
  • Experience hiring for technical, consulting, and sales roles
  • Flexible and self-driven for success
  • Passionate and knowledgeable about all things Health and Safety
  • Ideally, a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field and CHRP designation with 5+ years of experience in an HR role
Please send your resume and an overview of why you are a fit for the role to opportunities@myivy.co