Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Human Resources (HRM) manages the department and carries out human resources activities and plays an advisory role to the management team of which he is a member , and from managers and employees. Working in a multi-site company with 375 employees in Quebec and Ontario, the Director of Human Resources ensures that HR priorities are aligned with business objectives in a context of growth.
Leading a team of three HR professionals will be responsible for the following:
- Position the Human Resources Department as a strategic partner to achieve organizational, operational and financial objectives.
- Play a consultative role in all aspects of human resources management: staffing, health and workplace safety, labor relations, training and skills development, compensation and organizational development.
- Develop and ensure the dissemination and respect of the Pont Masson HR policies and guidelines
- Participate in the development of the employer brand and develop strategies to improve employee development and retention attraction.
- Develop and implement creative recruitment strategies to fill positions and ensure market positioning.
- Manage the health program and safety at work.
- Manage health and safety records at work.
- Identify innovative strategies in human resources management to develop skills and know-how
- Bachelor of Human Resource Management.
- Have a minimum of seven to ten years years of experience in human resources management.
- In-depth knowledge of labor laws in Quebec. An asset for labor laws in Ontario.
- Very good command of French and English in oral and written expression.
- Master the MS Office suite.
- Being a member of the Order (CRHA, CRIA) is an asset.
- Be part of a growing company where the team attaches great importance to the strategic role and impact of an HR department.
- A company committed to the well-being of its employees.
- Training and skills development.
- Comprehensive group insurance, paid 50% by the employer.
- Assistance program for employees and their families.
- Leave for work, social and additional holidays
- Social activities paid by the employer