Our client, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, is seeking its next Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Reporting to the President and Chief Executive Officer of the WRHA, the CHRO leads the design, development and implementation of progressive human resource programs and practices, ensuring the recruitment, development and retention of qualified people necessary to achieving excellence in client-centred care, education and research in the WRHA. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team and as part of a provincial health ecosystem, the CHRO advises on a wide range of human resource issues for the organization and provincially, and actively participates in problem solving and decision-making for a variety of strategic and operational issues.
The CHRO is an evolving position and requires strong leadership skills and the ability to build and lead high-performance teams. The CHRO oversees the management of human resource services across several locations while supporting the integration of service delivery and new initiatives throughout the organization. The CHRO also works closely and collaborates with Shared Health and its strategic and operational areas of responsibility that support the WRHA.
A proven strategic change leader, the ideal candidate will bring to this role a masters degree in human resources or business administration complemented by a minimum of 15 years senior experience leading the human resource function in a large, complex, multi-location, multi-disciplinary and unionized organization. The successful candidate must have an in-depth knowledge of the full spectrum of human resource services and programs, how they are interdependent and how they support the successful achievement of organizational goals and objectives. A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation is considered an asset.
Individuals who are invigorated by the opportunity to lead a large, complex people function and who understand how human resource practices support achievement of organizational goals, will want to explore this rare opportunity
Please submit your resume in confidence to Lillian Wong, Senior Manager, MNP at Lillian.Wong@mnp.ca by February 1, 2021. A copy of the full position profile is available at https://www.mnp.ca/en/career-opportunities/chief-human-resources-officer-winnipeg-regional-health-authority.
MNP is one of the largest full-service chartered accountancy and business advisory firms in Canada. MNP's head office is in Calgary, Alberta, and has offices from Vancouver Island to Halifax. With over 4,500 staff, MNP is currently ranked as one of the largest professional service firms in Canada.