With a focus on Mobility, Operational Excellence, Value to our Customers and the Electrification of vehicles, you can expect to be part of something exciting. From the sleek design of our vehicles to the unique opportunities we offer around the globe, Nissan exemplifies ingenuity in everything we do. Our people are what drive the business forward.
We are currently looking for a Manager, HR Business Partner to join our team in Mississauga, Ontario Canada.
This role will be responsible for partnering with local and cross-border business functions to establish and drive the Company’s Canadian people strategy, leveraging various talent management initiatives to create a high performance culture. This position will also function as a hands-on and strategic generalist responsible for best-in-class execution of all HR processes and transactional work. Additional responsibilities include managing an HR team consisting of a Sr. Analyst and Analyst in support of the Canadian business teams.
Job functions include but are not limited to:
- Serving as the primary point person for all HR activities and functioning as the HR site leader for the Canadian office
- Develops organization strategies by identifying and researching human resources issues; contributing information, analysis, and recommendations to organization strategic thinking and direction; establishing human resources objectives in line with organizational objectives.
- Actively engages and participates in planning with all levels of client groups to develop trust and credibility.
- Understands functional strategic plans and initiatives to provide value added recommendations for human capital organization planning to function leadership. Participates in functional structure reorganizations and job redesign.
- Monitors turnover rates and identifies related issues. Develops retention action plans, with a focus on key talent, by working with functional management and appropriate HR Centers of Excellence (C.O.E.). Incorporates approved action plans and analyzes results.
- Engage with functional groups to align talent to critical and key roles to meet functional and corporate objectives. Drives succession-planning reviews to assure talent depth at all levels of the organization. Leads career path development planning with functional groups (rotations, development and training) for key talent.
- A minimum University level education in Business Administration, psychology or human resources with a Certificate in Human Resources Management (CHRM) or equivalent experience. CHRP designation preferred.
- Minimum 7 to 10 years H.R. experience with at least 2 years of people management.
- Excellent facilitation, communication, planning, organizational and time management skills.
- Proven record of accomplishment in human capital planning, talent management/succession planning, and employee development.
- Good working knowledge of MS Office and HRIS with experience PeopleSoft and Success Factors and/or Work Day an asset.
Welcome to an open lane of possibility. Drive your career forward and join the company leading the technology and business evolution of the automotive industry by applying today.