MANAGER OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Craigwood is a fully accredited, not-for-profit children's mental health resource providing a full spectrum of innovative treatment and counselling programs. Our spectrum of service includes most Ministry of Health funded Child and Youth Mental health core services; a Secure Youth Justice dedicated female facility and innovative services with Child Welfare involved youth and families.

As a member of our senior management team,  reporting to the Executive Director, the incumbent is responsible and accountable for the overall operation of the Human Resources Department its’ associated programs and functions in support of organizational goals and objectives.  The incumbent works with all groups to provide a progressive approach to the management of human resources.  Your key areas of responsibility include:   labour relations, recruitment, training, performance evaluation system, employee benefits, pay equity and compensation, AODA, workplace injury claims as well as ensuring that HR is licensing and accreditation ready.  The Manager of Human Resources will further contribute to the organization by building positive relationships throughout the organization and developing creative and innovative employee inclusion, equity, engagement and wellness initiatives, aligned with our strategic directions.

Essential qualifications:

  • Post-secondary degree/diploma in HR Management as well as CHRP or CHRL (preferred) designation
  • Minimum of 5 years direct experience as a senior HR professional, with an additional five years as an HR generalist, within a unionized environment.
  • Good understanding of labour relations and Ontario labour laws
  • Demonstrated experience in administering collective agreements, collective bargaining negotiations, conducting investigations, resolving grievances and preparing for arbitrations and mediations.
  • Experience in providing consultation to employees and coaching, mentoring or other assistance as required to the management team
  • Conflict resolutions skills and ability to initiate and conduct difficult conversations
  • Strong initiative, judgment, discretion, self-motivation along with excellent time-management multi-tasking and organizational skills
  • Current member in good standing with HRPA
  • Demonstrated interpersonal, leadership, organization, verbal, written and listening communications skills and computer literacy with Microsoft Office applications
  • Specialized education in any of the HR related disciplines, e.g. labour relations (preferred)
  • Experience in a social/human services environment (preferred)

A comprehensive job description is available upon request. Craigwood Youth Services is dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community in which we live and serve.  We welcome and encourage applications from individuals from all groups as we strive for inclusion, equity and diversity.  London is a designated area in Ontario under the French Language Services Act; bilingual candidates are encouraged to consider this opportunity.

If you require a disability related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process please contact: general@craigwood.on.ca

Craigwood offers a comprehensive salary and benefit package.  Interested candidates are invited to submit their application including a complete resume and references in confidence to:   tpinches@craigwood.on.ca

Craigwood is an ‘essential service’ and as such our organization remains open and fully operational during the current pandemic, with modifications to meet service participant and employees health and safety needs.

We thank all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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