Human Resources Manager in Campbell River, British Columbia

Broadstreet Properties LTD


Job Summary:

The Human Resources Manager- Corporate is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of the HR team

that supports the corporate groups within the organization. Reporting directly to the Chief Human Resources

Officer, the Manager of Human Resources – Corporate will assume the responsibility of leading and supervising

the day-to-day functions of the assigned HR department. This includes managing the entire recruitment process,

coordinating employee benefits and leaves, and ensuring compliance with company policies and practices. The

ideal candidate should possess a solid background in HR Generalist affairs, with a comprehensive understanding

of good recruitment processes, HR policies and best practices. As the primary point of contact for employee-

related matters within their assigned work groups, the Human Resources Manager will provide support to

leaders and employees across the organization in various areas, such as HR legislation and policy, employee

relations, performance management, conflict resolution, workplace incident investigation, HR reporting,

compensation and benefits, recruitment and selection, as well as employee development and training.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the full cycle recruitment process for the corporate groups.

    –  Plan, monitor, and appraise HR activities by scheduling management conferences, resolving employee

    grievances, coaching employees and people managers.

    • Champion the onboarding process by ensuring that it’s high-quality and up-to-date and provide clarity and

    connection for employees so their roles serve the overall business vision.

    • Providing HR policy and procedure guidance and interpretation.

    –  Build strong relationships with external suppliers, fostering trust and promoting collaboration.

    • Provide consultation to people managers regarding employee relation issues.

    –  Assist with processing of terminations.

    • Conducting effective, thorough, and objective investigations of employee concerns and ensuring follow-through from beginning to end.

    • Maintaining knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees, reducing

    legal risks, and ensuring regulatory compliance.

    • Develop relationships with local community employment agencies.

    • Identify and address issues that affect the overall health of the company, morale, effectiveness, turnover,

    absenteeism, and productivity.

    • Provide training for people managers on performance management, conflict resolution, employee

    disciplinary actions processes, and procedures.

    • Support and at times, lead, employee engagement program initiatives.

–  Design, facilitate and manage training programs for all soft and technical skills.

  • Collaborate with management staff to assess employee training needs.

    –  Maintain confidentiality in handling sensitive information.

    • HR Reporting

    • Other duties assigned by the CHRO

Job Requirements:

  • Post-secondary education in Human Resources, Business Management, or equivalent

  • Minimum six years’ experience in a Human Resources role, a strong background in HR Generalist affairs an

    asset including at least 3 years of supervisory experience.

  • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.

  • Strong background in event planning and employee engagement an asset

    –  Experience with the building blocks that are necessary for creating amazing workplace cultures.

  • Strong interpersonal, communication and collaboration skills

  • Have proven ability to effectively influence, communicate, and drive change.

  • Ability to inspire, engage, and motivate teams to achieve results and success.

  • Self-motivated, focused, and detail-oriented with an ability to prioritize tasks when given clearly defined

    goals.

  • Adept at problem-solving and conflict resolution

  • Strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills

  • Proficiency in HR Reporting

  • Familiarity with HR software – ADP Workforce, Dayforce, Jazz HR.

  • HR Certification preferred.

    Why Broadstreet?

    Broadstreet Properties Ltd. is a family-owned and operated property management company, partnered with Seymour Pacific Developments, that manages multi-family residential communities. We are a growing organization made up of diverse team members who are motivated to continuously innovate our approach to asset management. We consider employee wellbeing a priority and are dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our teams while ensuring a workplace that is respectful of everyone.

    Broadstreet Properties Ltd. practices equal opportunity hiring and onboarding processes to ensure equal access and participation for everyone. We understand that we have a responsibility to ensure a safe, dignified, and welcoming environment and we are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees irrespective of race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other status protected by law. We believe in integrating people with disabilities into our workforce by removing barriers and meeting accessibility needs.

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