Business Unit: Transat A.T. Inc.
Department: Human Resources
Status: Full time
Work location: Montreal
Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, the selected candidate will serve as a business partner for designated sectors and provide guidance and support to managers and employees in HR management.
- Advise managers on good HR practices, specifically regarding engagement, succession planning, and development;
- Support managers by helping them create and monitor action plans to improve employee performance;
- Direct and support the implementation of HR projects and initiatives;
- Act as a change management ambassador and provide guidance on management procedures;
- Act as a resource for managers and employees in the application and enforcement of HR policies, programs, and procedures;
- Lead compensation and job evaluation processes in designated sectors;
- Determine appropriate hiring salaries with internal partners for talent acquisition;
- Help with recruitment in designated sectors;
- Help resolve conflicts and HR issues affecting designated sectors;
- Build solid relationships and earn credibility with all levels of management.
- Bachelor’s degree in labour relations or human resources;
- Six to 10 years of experience, including at least 3 years as a management consultant;
- Operational HR experience, plus the ability to handle strategic issues;
- Ability to adapt to change, including working with different people and in various situations;
- Ability to work in ambiguity;
- Strong organizational skills;
- Ability to make connections and target issues;
- Open mind and emotional intelligence;
- Excellent written and spoken English and French;
- Good knowledge of MS Office Suite.
To apply for this position, please send your resume via this website.
Transat values diversity in the workplace and is committed to employment equity by encouraging applications from the following designated groups: women, aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.
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