Your green thumb will be thrilled! As will the leader within you! With the opportunity to participate in building a team to your liking, you will ensure the success of the new branch of an already well-established agricultural company. Initially responsible for recruiting the team that will surround you, you will then assume the role of the HR department manager.
Our client is a Canadian agricultural company planning to establish itself in Quebec this fall, just in time for the beautiful colors! They are therefore in search of the person who will build their HR team from scratch. With innovative farming methods that allow operations to continue even during the winter season, you will contribute to their noble mission of providing quality harvests throughout the year.
Collaborating with the HR team to develop policies and procedures in accordance with laws (To have a good understanding of Quebec laws).
Developing and executing HR plans and programs aligned with company goals and strategies.
Managing the full recruitment process alongside the lead recruiter.
Guiding and train new employees and ensure their integration with the extended team.
Managing employee benefits programs.
Conducting performance evaluations, setting goals, and identifying development opportunities.
Coaching managers on employee relations issues and disciplinary measures.
Managing employee engagement initiatives (surveys, social events, and more).
Ensuring compliance with occupational health and safety laws.
Performing any other human resources-related tasks necessary for the team's success.
Competitive compensation, commensurate with your expertise.
Attractive benefits to enhance your work experience.
Remote work: 100% initially! Transitioning to office work starting in October.
Working for a revolutionary, environmentally-conscious, and rapidly growing company.
The opportunity to take your career to the next level.
Discounts on company products to treat yourself a little.
Bachelor's degree in human resources, administration, psychology, or a related field.
At least 5 years of HR experience in a manufacturing environment.
Solid knowledge of human resources laws and regulations for the province of Quebec.
Previous experience in recruiting and placing new hires (hourly and salaried positions).
Previous experience in project management (an asset).
Organized and capable of effective time management.
Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
Great attention to detail and accuracy.
Solid understanding of positive employee experience and value proposition.