Reporting both into the Plant Manager for business alignment and into the Vice President of Human Resources, Belden Canada functionally, the Human Resources Manager oversees all employee relations activities, and employment functions for the location including, hiring, terminations, disciplinary actions, employee services, employee health and safety and environmental safety. HR Manager also coordinates, develops and/or delivers required training to employees. HR Manager works to ensure the location complies with Federal, Provincial and Corporate goals, objectives and policies for human resources and safety functions. Responsibilities
Labour Relations: grievance administration, preparation of materials to support arbitration, collective bargaining, fostering relationship with the union, manages all legal responsibilities on labour relations
Performance Evaluations: Administer performance evaluations and salary review procedures, train others on same
Health & Safety: Administers day to day safety program, evaluates safety record keeping for accuracy and compliance with government regulations, update procedures, conduct incident investigations and reports, ensure compliance with corporate safety standards, oversight and participation as joint chair of the JHSC, conduct monthly safety audits, coordinate safety program items such as hearing conservation. Prepare and deliver safety site specific safety training. WSIB administration. Interface with external agencies such as Ministry of Labour.
Environmental Safety: conduct environmental auditing, coordinate and complete reports for annual environmental reporting (NPRI, emissions etc.), ensure plant is in compliance with environmental legislation, Interface with external agencies such as Ministry of the Environment and waste management company.
Employee Engagement: oversight of employee engagement activities, monitor employee engagement and climate survey results and put in place corrective actions when necessary. Coordinate employee events such as BBQ.s, Christmas activities, charitable events, and community exposure.
Coordinate Deliver or Develops Training, coordinate on-line company sponsored training for all plant personnel, supervisor and engineering training, and required provincial training, coordinate and schedule training for hourly employees consistent with the collective agreement and skills broadening, deliver new employee orientation training. Maintenance of employee training record.
Professional and personalqualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Business Administration or related field
Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Human Resources Business Partner, preferably in an Unionized and/or Manufacturing environment.
Ability to work in a continuous improvements environment.
Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities across a matrix organization
Strong experience in handling complex Employee Relations issues and strong knowledge of employment legislation.
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills (written & spoken) with a proven track record for building and sustaining relationships at all levels
Strong initiative and a solid business judgment
Self-motivated, team oriented with a client focused mindset
Member of a recognized Human Resources association an asset (ie ORHI)