Pride Montreal is looking for a professional.The Human Resources who wants to play a role of Importance within an organization whose mission is to celebrate diversity and aims to contribute to the achievement of equity.
Exercising an operational and strategic role, the or the Manager, Talent and Culture Works closely with the General Management. Creative, open, empathic, integrity and rigorous person, the owner provides innovative solutions for best practices in human resource management. She or he will be a stakeholder of strategic decision-making within Pride Montreal.
The first two years in office will be marked by:
- The composition of a management team around the new managing director ;
- The accompaniment of the director.rice.s in the constitution of their respective teams (employee and contractual.le.s);
- update and program development , processes and policies, in collaboration with the General Management and with the support of the Human Resources Committee (Board of Directors).
Reporting to the Director General, she or he:
administrative management of human resources
- sets the action plan annual human resources, the fact that it approves by the General Management and ensures the establishment of it.
- develops, suggests improvements, maintains and ensures the application of all general policies and HR Tools: Staffing, Integration and Training, Evaluation of performance, overall compensation, communication, health and safety at work, Code of living, teleworking policy, workplace harassment policy, employee and other manual.
- ensures Mastery of human resources tools by the members of the management team and, if necessary, the form.
- manages the maintenance of pay equity.
- Develops annual payroll scenarios and enforce it after approval.
- administers the group insurance plan and, in the future, the Montreal Pride Pension Fund and formula Recommendations to the Directorate-General for Covers and Supplier to Remember.
- Manages occupational health and safety policies and records.
- deals with various human resource records and , if necessary, act as a representative of Pride Montréal with various external administrative offices.
- recommends and ensures the application of best practices in human resources.
- Act as a resource person with the management team with respect to the interpretation of human resources policies, standards and labor laws, the performance management of their employees and working relationships.
- acts as a HR resource person with employees
- actively participates in maintaining a harmonious and inclusive work climate and management equitable talent.
endowment, integration, evaluation, professional development
- coordinates the process of recruitment, selection and d 'integration of staff in collaboration with the managers concerned.es
- develops and ensures the consistency of the job descriptions of the employees.
- develops evaluation forms andCoordinates the Personnel Performance Assessment Process.
- In line with the strategic directions of the organization, identifies in collaboration with the Director.Rice.S The professional development needs of the staff, research of the Internal / external trainings and trainers and provides logistics and training register.
- maintains the folders employed.es
- advises and supports those responsible for logistics and the coordination of volunteers about the recruitment, integration, management, training and retention of volunteers.
- Supports the programming and logistics teams with respect to contractual relations with artists and craftsmen.
- prepares and presents periodic reports to the Board of Directors' Human Resources Committee.
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management in industrial relations or equivalent;
- a minimum of five years of experience in a position of general, including at least 3 years in a manager position;
- knowledge principles of human resources, labor law, labor relations, remuneration, social benefits, equity, diversity and inclusion, acquisition and development of talents, and health and safety at work.
- Good knowledge and sensitivity to the issues specific to communities 2SLGBTQI +;
- member of the CRHA Order (asset important);
- professional experience within an NPPA;
- experience in the event environment, community, arts or creation (asset);
- knowledge of Organizational Development Methodologies (asset).
Professional skills and skills
- opening, adaptability and emotional intelligence Dévé Loppée.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Integrity, rigor, authenticity, great discretion, sense of ethics.
- Coaching capacities and Influence.
- Ability to work as a team as much as to show autonomy in the advancement of its records.
- Negotiation skills.
- vision overall organization.
- skills in organization, project management and strong sense of responsibilities.
- control of oral and written French (advanced); Intermediate English; Knowledge of other languages is valued.
- Regular full-time position. (probationary period of 3 months)
- competitive salary, according to experience.
- Six weeks of remunerated vacation, including holiday leave.
- Eligibility for the program collective insurance. (50% employer / 50% employee)
- flexible teleworking policy.
- Spacious and bright offices in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve.
- Entrance in position: As soon as possible.
How to apply
Please submit your application by submitting a letter of presentation and a curriculum vitae, to the Attention of Simon Gamache, Executive Director, no later than Sunday, October 17, 2021 At the following email address:
Pride Montréal values diversity in all its forms. Qualified people who identify with one or more communities of sexual and gender diversity, aboriginal people, black and from cultural diversity and immigration persons are invited to apply.
Only candidates..s will be contacted. Pride Montreal thanks all the candidates for their interest in our organization.
Since 2007, at the initiative of the 2SLGBTQI + Montreal communities, the Festival Pride Montreal puts forward their rights and in the famous cultural wealth and social advances. This greater gathering of people in the sexual and gender diversity of the Francophonie works locally on a daily basis and serves as a lighthouse of hope for people living in hostile lands to our communities.
Pride Montreal presents its activities In Tiohtia: KE, on the non-ceded territory of the Kanien'Kehá Nation: Ka. We recognize it as a guardian of the land and waters on which we meet. Tiohtia: KE is historically known as a meeting place for many First Nations, and today a diversified Aboriginal population, as well as other peoples, reside there. It is in line with the bonds with the past, the present and the future we recognize ongoing relations between indigenous peoples and other people from the Montreal community.