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Director of Human Resources

No. 801
March 13, 2024
Location
Dollard-des-Ormeaux
Salary
Up to $141,289 per year
Job category
Management - Executive
Type of job
Permanent
Schedule
Day shift, 35 hours per week (executive position)
Our client, a major player in the healthcare field, is currently seeking a new Director of Human Resources. Under the supervision of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), you will be responsible for designing, developing, and evaluating strategies, policies, programs, and activities related to human resources management. This key position requires a sharp expertise in all aspects of your area of responsibility. If you aspire to advance within an organization based in the west of Montreal, pursue a career where you can make a significant difference, and enjoy a competitive salary and attractive benefits in line with health and social services sector standards, this opportunity is for you. Join us and contribute to shaping the future of this team!

Tasks

  • Leading and developing the Human Resources Department and managing the team under your supervision:
  • Developing a strategic vision for the HR Department and setting clear objectives.
  • Encouraging the professional and personal development of each team member.
  • Providing strong and inspiring leadership to foster a positive and productive work environment.
  • Leading recruitment programs and planning staffing:
  • Developing effective recruitment strategies to attract and retain top talent.
  • Collaborating with department managers to understand their staffing needs and plan accordingly.
  • Overseeing the recruitment process, including selection, assessment, and onboarding of new employees.
  • Managing labour relations:
  • Establishing and maintaining harmonious relationships with employees, union representatives, and other stakeholders.
  • Resolving conflicts and issues fairly and effectively, ensuring legal compliance and adherence to internal policies.
  • Establishing compensation and benefits:
  • Conducting market analyses to ensure that salaries and benefits remain competitive and aligned with industry practices.
  • Developing fair and transparent compensation policies that motivate and reward performance.
  • Overseeing replacement management:
  • Implementing effective processes to manage absences and personnel replacements.
  • Identifying and training potential replacements to ensure operational continuity.
  • Fostering organizational development:
  • Designing and implementing initiatives to improve corporate culture, internal communication, and collaboration.
  • Identifying staff training and development needs, and proposing suitable solutions.
  • Cultivating skills:
  • Developing individual development plans for employees to strengthen their skills and expertise.
  • Encouraging a culture of continuous learning and sharing of knowledge within the organization.
  • Ensuring occupational health and safety:
  • Ensuring compliance with health and safety standards, in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, and implementing preventive measures and awareness programs.
  • Developing, publishing, and updating human resources policies:
  • Designing, communicating, and maintaining the company's HR policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with current legislation, and supporting organizational goals.
  • Performing other related tasks and manage projects as requested:
  • Participating in various cross-functional projects and taking on additional responsibilities based on the organization's needs.

Advantages

  • Employee benefits aligned with the conditions applicable to executive personnel in the health and social services network.
  • Comprehensive coverage including dental, short and long-term disability, as well as prescription insurance.
  • Pension fund.
  • Opportunity to actively contribute to improving human resources practices, thereby positively impacting the organization's functioning.

Job requirements

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, or Industrial Relations, Law, or a relevant field.
  • At least 10 years of continuous experience in leadership and human resource management.
  • Excellent understanding of the health and social services sector or a multisite environment.
  • Experience managing day-to-day human resources activities.
  • Ability to mobilize and collaborate in changing contexts and complex situations.
  • Excellent proficiency in French, both written and oral.

Desired profile

  • Ability to foster collaboration and employee mobilization.
  • Autonomy, precision, initiative, and innovation.
  • Hands-on with proven planning skills.

Advisor for this position

Isabelle Beaucage
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