Director, People & Culture, Foundation Division

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Closing date
Term
Full-time
Region
Alberta and NWT
British Columbia & Yukon
Manitoba
New Brunswick
Newfoundland & Labrador
Nova Scotia
Ontario
Ontario East
Ontario South (Greater Toronto)
Ontario North
Ontario West
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Location
TBD
Job description

• A thought leader who wants to make a difference in an evolving organization within not-for-profit;
• A culture builder, with a strong work ethic, who makes valued and principle-based decisions;
• Sets clear priorities that are aligned to business goals, and will drive accountability for results and progress;
• Demonstrates a combination of sound business acumen, a consultative and customer focused approach;
• A proven relationship builder, effective coach and leader who can lead a team to achieve professional growth and outstanding business results;
• A leader who demonstrates a high level of curiosity and resourcefulness.
• Develop and deliver The Foundation People & Culture initiatives, programs and services that enhance The Foundation’s ability to attract, retain and advance our human capital to achieve our strategic goals and objectives;
• Build a business partnership culture within the Foundation division;
• Regularly scan and assess People & Culture issues, trends, gaps and opportunities that could impact The Foundation;
• Provide counsel and interpretation relative to best management and People & Culture practices;
• Develop and lead performance management and succession planning programs and initiatives;
• Provide practical advice and counsel to management on all HR and employee relations matters while engaging and building strong relationships with employees and all levels of leadership; and
• A resource and coach for all levels of The Foundation.
 

Qualifications

• A strong HR Manager with 7+ years of leadership experience in all facets of HR Management including developing programs and delivering national HR services;
• Excellent knowledge of employment related legislation;
• In-depth experience of employee relations within a not-for-profit organization;
• Highly proficient communicator with the ability to be clear and concise in all mediums (written and oral);
• Excellent problem-solving, negotiations, conflict resolution and decision-making skills;
• Proven organizational skills with strong focus on prioritization, ability to juggle multiple requirements and meeting deadlines;
• Demonstrated change management leadership;
• University/college degree with business or HR focus (CHRL required); and
• Bilingualism (English/French) an asset.
 

Application and contact information

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Please send cover letter and resume, and mention how you learned of this position.

Please note that the successful candidate will be required to pass a standard Criminal Record Check.

We thank all applicants for their interest in CNIB, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.