A look at a range of opportunities available across the country
Each week, Canadian HR Reporter is sharing some of the top HR-related job opportunities from across Canada:
Human resources manager
Haryanvi Brothers in Lloydminster, AB is looking for a human resources manager who will establish and implement policies and procedures, and plan, develop and implement recruitment strategies. The manager will also organize and administer staff consultation and grievance procedures and oversee payroll administration. Candidates must have a college or CEGEP degree with two years to less than three years of work experience. Full details are available here.
Human resources business partner
Choice Properties in Toronto is looking for a human resources business partner who will support the delivery and deployment of HR and cross-functional programs and processes, and work collaboratively with recruitment in developing proactive strategies to attract key talent, as well as retain and develop high potential and high performing colleagues. The business partner will also serve as a coach and confidante to leaders around people and organizational issues. Candidates must post-secondary education in business, HR or a related discipline, preferably with a CHRL designation. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
Home and Community Care Support Services in Barrie, Ont. is looking for a human resources generalist who will coordinate and participate in the full cycle recruitment and selection process. The generalist will also participate in organizational occupational health and safety initiatives, and prepare reports for management and board of directors, as required. Candidates must have a university degree in human resources, industrial relations, business administration or related discipline, along with three to five years of progressive experience in a human resources advisory role and in a unionized environment. Full details are available here.
Human resources specialist
Remote-based ThinkOn is looking for a human resources specialist who will design and update job descriptions, source potential candidates from various online channels and screen incoming resumes. The specialist will also advise the employer and its employees in the interpretation of HR policies, compensation and benefits programs, and coordinate daily benefits processing. Candidates must have a degree or diploma in HR or a relevant field along with more than four years of work experience as an HR specialist or generalist. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
The Toronto Public Library in Ontario is looking for a human resources generalist who will process staffing transactions and conduct recruitment functions, including preparing job postings and completing files and reports. The generalist will also respond to inquiries, requests and concerns from all levels of staff, clients, other government agencies or members of the public regarding H.R. policies and practices. Candidates must have post-secondary education with one to two years of experience in a human resources environment. Full details are available here.