Runnymede Healthcare Centre
May 26, 2021Full time
We believe that outstanding care starts with outstanding people. At Runnymede Healthcare Centre, we actively cultivate work-life balance and invest in the resources our staff need to do their best work. Our award-winning, fully accredited hospital takes an inter-professional team approach to care. We provide comprehensive clinical services to patients who require expert treatment, extended rehabilitation and daily care beyond what can be provided at home or in the community. At Runnymede we have a single, clear purpose: improve the quality of life of every patient, every day. Director, People and Culture – Permanent Full-Time The Director, People and Culture is responsible for delivering full HR services and strategic initiatives in support of HR and organizational business objectives that support optimum patient care. The Director will ensure that there is consistent application, implementation, and improvement of approved HR practices, processes and strategies within Runnymede Health Centre. This role provides leadership, guidance on complex and diverse labour relations matters, as well as coaching and mentoring to a number of HR professionals. Primary Responsibilities: Support Runnymede Healthcare Centre’s corporate strategy by coordinating required supports for project leads/groups Use expert knowledge of human resources practices, relevant legislation, labour/employment law and collective agreement administration to support a strategically aligned, diverse and engaged workforce, where staff are challenged, recognized and valued Collaborate with hospital partners to review, design and implement policies to help support and sustain HR best practices Ensure the talent acquisition function, including tools and processes, are designed to deliver a positive candidate and hiring manager experience Work proactively and responsively with program area leaders to deliver advice and recommendations through the use of research, trends and analytics Demonstrate exceptional leadership to solidify the department’s reputation as a trusted and credible business partner capable of helping to achieve key strategic objectives and outcomes Lead the review, re-design and maintenance of a modernized recruitment program that aligns our processes with industry best practices Effectively manage the hospital’s compensation, benefits and pension programs, including job evaluation and pay equity programs Engage with third party vendors for the effective management of contracts and services responsible to support organizational recruitment activity and analysis of compensation and benefits programs The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications/experience: University degree in human resources, business administration or related field combined with minimum 10 years’ experience as a human resources generalist Human resources professional designation (CHRL or CHRE) preferred Minimum 5 years’ experience managing or leading a team of professionals with expertise in recruitment, HR data management/administration, and any combination of workforce planning, benefits and pension administration or talent management Excellent knowledge of human resources practices in a unionized environment or public sector/broader public sector organization Exceptional leader – builds effective teams, inspires excellence in service delivery and develops talent through positive coaching and mentoring approaches Ability to influence and build consensus with hospital leaders, including senior management, to effectively integrate HR programs and services Strong business acumen and application of critical-thinking skills to manage complex issues Ability to multi-task effectively and to adapt to change in direction to meet timelines and quality of service While we thank all applicants, only those under consideration for the position will be contacted. If you require accommodation during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources. Runnymede Healthcare Centre values inclusivity and diversity in the workplace. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to employment equity and providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA). Any information obtained during the course of recruitment will be used for employment purposes only and not for any other purpose.