Location: Oakville, ON
Salary: $75k-$85k /yr
Our client, a leader in the manufacturing industry, has engaged ESF Careers to source candidates for a position as Human Resources, Development and Training Manager for its plant in the Hamilton area.
- Promote and provide a safe workplace, seek improvements, and champion the Health & Safety Program;
- Support compliance with the collective agreement and sound union/management/employee relations;
- Provide site management with HR expertise and counsel aligned with business, production and workforce objectives;
- Promote and provide talent development and training programs to ensure maximum employee performance;
- Apply and ensure effective implementation of HR policies and procedures in compliance with the requirements of the applicable legislation (e.g. Pay Equity, Health & Safety, Labour Standards, etc.);
- Maintain a site-wide communications program to inform, motivate and engage all concerned;
- Contribute to the site’s leadership team as a well-rounded manager and participate in special projects as assigned;
- Prepare and implement a yearly human resources plan aligned with the site’s objectives;
- Direct the performance management, talent development and succession planning processes to meet current and long-term needs for competence and continuity across the site workforce;
- Align administration of compensation and benefits with policy to ensure consistency;
- Ensure a systematic approach to training, coaching and mentoring;
- Manage the collective agreement renewal process;
- Manage the recruitment and hiring process;
- Serve as the site’s communications officer, and manage related internal and external communications;
- Administer the Employee Assistance Program (EAP);
- Prepare budgets, manage costs, and seek efficiencies;
- Collect/analyze data to identify trends and target improvements;
- Enhance HR policies, procedures and processes.
- Graduate university degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience;
- 8+ years in an industrial unionized environment, with proven management experience;
- A solid background of employee development and training;
- Knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and best practices;
- Leadership, interpersonal and communications skills;
- Certification: Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation is an asset;
- Excellent spoken and written English communication skills are a must.
To apply for this position, please use the form on our application page.