c/o Odgers Berndtson
Jun 17, 2021Full time
Director, Human Resources – Partners Community Health Partners Community Health (PCH) is a new, not-for-profit organization focused on bringing health care services together around the needs of people living in Mississauga and West Toronto. Partners Community Health was formed in response to the growing health care needs in this community, to deliver services that give people access to the care they need, when they need it, right in their own community. It is part of an interconnected system of care, with partnerships across the community, where services are centred around the people that use them. Ultimately this will lead to better health outcomes and a healthier community. The initial focus for Partners Community Health will be the development and operation of a new health centre in Mississauga that will function as an interconnected community for seniors and caregivers, providing a broad range of services and programs that meet the needs of those it serves. The first phase includes two new long-term care homes, which will address the current lack of access to long-term care in this community and create capacity in hospitals where many patients wait for long-term care placement. Future phases of the health centre include a residential hospice (built and operated by Heart House Hospice) and a health services building Reporting to the President, the Director of Human Resources directs the corporate human resources function, and is responsible for developing human resources and organizational development strategies and programs that will attract, retain, develop, and inspire the best people in order to deliver on the organization’s values, vision, mission and strategies. Key responsibilities include serving on senior leadership committee; collaborating with the leadership team in championing a high-performance corporate culture and building capacity in human resources best practices; developing and implementing HR policies and programs; coordinating workforce planning and equity and inclusion initiatives; overseeing talent acquisition, orientation and onboarding programs; ensuring effective total rewards and compensation programs; supporting talent management and leadership development; promoting healthy workplace strategies; fostering effective employee/labour relations; driving corporate employee communications and engagement. The successful candidate will be excited about building teams, establishing policies and procedures and modeling culture and values, with the goal of developing a truly best in class organization. They will hold a Bachelor's degree in Business or Human Resources Management and have a professional human resources designation such as CHRP. They will bring a minimum of 7 years of experience at senior managerial level leading a human resources function. Knowledge and experience in a multi-site for-profit or non-profit Long Term Care Home or Community based long term care services preferred. To explore this opportunity further in confidence, please submit your resume and letter of interest to Sarah Shaikh firstname.lastname@example.org or online to https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/17224 Partners Community Health will accommodate the needs of job applicants throughout its recruitment and selection processes in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Upon request, accommodation will be provided by both Odgers Berndtson and PCH throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.