A look at a range of positions 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
Marriott International in Toronto is looking for a human resources manager who will support a departmental orientation program for employees to receive the appropriate new hire training to successfully perform their job. The manager will also manage workers’ compensation claims to ensure appropriate employee care and manage costs, and oversee the selection/non-selection and offer processes to ensure proper procedures are followed. Full details are available here.
Human resources specialist
Jones Healthcare Group in London, Ont. is looking for a human resources specialist who will develop and post position profiles, and then source, screen and interview candidates. The specialist will also oversee the onboarding process for new colleagues, including new hire documentation, preparing onboarding schedules and leading orientation sessions, and organize and participate in job fairs. Candidates must have a college diploma or a bachelor’s degree with a focus on HR along with one to three years of HR generalist experience with involvement in recruitment. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
Marriott International in Quebec City is looking for a human resources generalist who will assist and support management and the leadership team with handling and resolving human resources issues. The generalist will also assist employees with internal and external transfer requests and procedures, and monitor and assist managers/supervisors with hiring processes and issues. Full details are available here.
Human resources generalist
Jim Keay Ford Lincoln in Orleans, Ont. is looking for a human resources generalist who will plan, develop, implement and evaluate human resources policies and programs, and advise managers and employees on the interpretation of human resources policies, benefit programs and collective agreements. The generalist will also hire, train and supervise staff. Candidates must have efficient interpersonal skills and excellent oral and written communication skills. Full details are available here.
Human resources assistant
The University of British Columbia in Vancouver is looking for a human resources assistant who will work with the assistant HR manager in resolving issues related to appointment transactions. The assistant will also enter, update and submit job descriptions in Workday for classification, and assist with the recruitment process, including creating job postings on the UBC Careers website and external websites. Full details are available here.