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Human Resources Director (Part-time)

FP Canada

This is a Part-time position in Toronto, ON posted November 9, 2020.

You love working in human resources because every day offers an opportunity to make a real difference in people’s lives.   As an experienced human resources professional and leader, you know better than anyone how strong human resources can take an organization (and its people) from great to amazing.    We’re FP Canada ( , a team of passionate and progressive professionals, dedicated to championing financial wellness for all Canadians by leading the advancement of professional financial planning in Canada.   We are pioneers and leaders in our space, driven by a shared purpose to make a positive societal impact. By providing the financial planning profession with the leadership it needs, we strive to help financial planners ensure their clients achieve financial well-being in the digital era. Now, we’re looking for a Human Resources Director to support us as we grow.If you’re looking for a hands-on leadership role involving all HR functions, where you can truly make your mark by establishing and executing an HR strategy and being the trusted subject matter expert in our business, we have just the opportunity for you.Human Resources Director:In this generalist role, reporting directly to the COO, you will develop and execute HR programs, initiatives and practices to support an employee-oriented, high performing culture emphasizing quality, productivity, results, and an engaged workforce. You will also oversee the payroll and HR administration functions to ensure effective payroll, employee data, benefit and perquisite management and compliance.Practically speaking, you will: * Develop and deliver HR business initiatives aligned with our strategic goals, and build these initiatives into an HR plan with measurable, reportable results* Develop and implement professional development, employee recognition, employee engagement, and diversity and inclusion initiatives and programs* Collaborate with managers on recruitment and hiring and onboarding processes, including creating job descriptions, job evaluations, compensation reviews, and training/coaching business leaders as required* Work with senior leadership on succession planning, promotions and structural job changes, monitor retention/turnover, and oversee the exit interview process* Create new and update existing policies and procedures aligned with best practices to reduce risk and ensure compliance, connecting with experts as needed (e.g., legal counsel)* Oversee payroll and manage HR software programs/tools, create reports, conduct analyses, and make recommendations to senior leadership* Facilitate annual performance management and objective setting processes, and train managers to implement these processes* Support managers in administering performance improvement plans, terminations, coordinating with legal counsel, etc.* Manage business relationships with legal counsel and external providers (e.g., employee benefits firm) to manage programs (e.g., benefits, perquisite, etc.) and respond to general HR inquiriesThis is a unique opportunity to exercise your creativity and build new programs, and to make adjustments to policies and procedures as needed. This role will be critical in shaping human resources, new policies, and contributing to our high-performance culture.To succeed in this role, you must have excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to build strong, trusting working relationships. You’ll also need strong organizational and project management skills as you prioritize needs and implement new initiatives. We’re a small organization with an all-hands-on-deck mentality and are looking for a strong leader who is willing to jump in to truly own the direction of this role. If the opportunity to work in an organization dedicated to championing better financial wellness for all Canadians excites you, then we want to meet you.  Working with FP Canada:This is a permanent, part-time position working approximately 2-3 days per week, during core business hours, with some flexibility required in the number of days worked. You will earn a highly competitive annual salary plus performance-based bonus, paid vacation and personal time, plus will enjoy our employee benefits and RRSP matching program. Our office is in downtown Toronto, but due to the pandemic, you will need to be comfortable working remotely for now.Our team is service-oriented, passionate, and driven to make a societal impact. We are a team of trustworthy, progressive, and principled professionals, who strive for and demand excellence, integrity, and respect from each other as well as our external stakeholders. We value collaboration and flexibility, and together have created a collegial and positive work environment.  Qualifications: * 5-10 years’ experience working as a human resources professional* Ideally 3 or more years’ experience working in a leadership/managerial role within human resources* Strong proficiency with MS Office suite (e.g.,Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.), and applicable HR software/programs* Experience with coaching, management, presenting and facilitating various presentations, training, etc.* Post-secondary degree or diploma in human resources, business, commerce, social sciences, or related field* Either CHRP or CHRL designation completed or in progress would be an asset but is not requiredHow to Apply:Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After submitting, you’ll receive an email inviting you to log in and view your assessment results.  We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities.  We will review applications, with priority given to those who have completed the assessment and look forward to hearing from you.