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Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, this position is a true Human Resources generalist, facilitating all Human Resource functions for the Club’s employee complement. This role is a great fit for a candidate who is driven to get solid HR experience in an array of HR areas and topics, while supporting an exciting and dynamic industry.
This role is a term role to cover for a maternity leave. Tentative term dates would be mid August 2017 to end of October 2018.
Leads the Club through the full life cycles of employees, providing guidance, coaching and support on all employee matters and initiatives
Answer questions, concerns and inquiries regarding Club policies, procedures and practices
Liaises with other Rider work units to receive information and provide timely communication so they can provide information on human resources initiatives to their staff
Liaises with external consultants as needed to ensure quality processes are in place for positive employee relations
Handles all Human Resources administration, tracking, and document preparation
Facilitates all HR and employee support initiatives
Assists in the support of Rider programs and events as assigned, including working all Club home games
Performs other duties as delegated or assigned
Provides recruitment support for all salaried roles including job advertising, screening, and interview facilitation
Supports hourly employee compliment by assisting with job advertising and recruitment strategy
Assist all Club departments in assessing resourcing needs and recruitment strategy for season roles and hiring
Facilitates onboarding practices for all salaried staff including providing salaried staff with HR orientations
Provides continual improvement to our onboarding practices including supporting management of both salaried hourly staff
Leads the facilitation of the annual process of employee performance planning and feedback to ensure completion
Supports management through employee performance improvement processes and potential outplacements by providing counsel and advice while seeking a win-win outcome
Provides administration support for Club benefit and pension plan.
Ensures up to date communication and training to staff regarding all Club benefits and perks
Board Governance Support:
Participates with senior management in the Human Resources Committee meetings by assisting in the agenda development and presenting information for the Committee’s consideration at their quarterly meetings
Provides policy revisions proposals as needed for consideration by management and the Human Resources Committee
Supports the development and updating of the Club’s annual human resources strategy by identifying key issues and trends needing attention
Provides input to the annual business planning cycle by contributing ideas, needs and issues for consideration by management for inclusion on the planning document
Researches industry patterns to identify marketplace trends for human resources planning and Liaises with other Rider work units to obtain future event information and provides timely communication so they can provide information on human resources initiatives to their staff
Liaises with external consultants as needed to ensure quality processes are in place for positive employee relations and developmental initiatives
Completion of a degree or diploma in Human Resources and a minimum of 3-5 years related experience
Participation in post-secondary classes in Human Resources management with an ongoing
Familiarity with contemporary human resources management tools and techniques that can be adapted for the Club’s needs
Knowledge of human resources related legislation and labour standards laws and regulations is required
Demonstrated written and oral communications abilities including presentations to multi-sized groups
Proven organizational skills in managing multiple priorities, attention to details in a fast paced work environment with shifting priorities
Demonstrated professionalism and maturity in responding to staff and the public who raise issues, complaints and demonstrate assertive behaviour
Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, in interacting with co-workers, customers and suppliers
Independent thinking style that demonstrates a willingness to raise issues with management to ensure appropriate resolution of customer concerns
Team oriented style with a “can do” service focus to achieve organizational results
Availability to work irregular hours and a high demand work schedule
When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
1. Are you currently legally entitled to work in Canada? Please note, this role does not qualify for work visa application. 2. What are your annual salary expectation for this role?
1. Are you currently legally entitled to work in Canada? Please note, this role does not qualify for work visa application.
2. What are your annual salary expectation for this role?
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