HR Manager

Job Description

Would you like to be a part of something positive and make an impact on your community by helping others? RNS Health Care Services Inc. is committed to being a great place to work where people are inspired to be the best they can be while making a difference, one person at a time. In the role of Human Resource Manager, you will be a part of an amazing team that provides compassion and high quality health care to enable client’s to live independently.


The Human Resources Manager, under the direction of the President/CEO, will primarily be responsible for planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and evaluating the human resources department. The Human Resources Manager will be responsible for overseeing personnel management, including wage increases, promotions, and disciplinary actions in compliance with company policies. This position will also determine staffing requirements and oversee the recruitment process.


• Contributes to the development of the organization’s strategic plan
• Contributes and participates in the company’s accreditation process and is responsible for ensuring compliance with accreditation standards
• Promotes the mission and values of the organization both internally and externally, as well as oversee the adherence to mission and values
• Plan, organize, direct, control, and evaluate the human resources department
• Sustain and develop knowledge and understanding of existing and proposed laws and regulations affecting human resources management
• Plan human resources requirements in conjunction with other departmental managers
• Oversee personnel management, including wage increases, promotions, and disciplinary actions in compliance with company policies
• Administer progressive disciplinary action in accordance with established procedures
• Conduct employee performance evaluations and provide employees with performance feedback
• Determine areas of improvement for employees, providing/arranging additional training as needed
• Develop training programs that are based on regulatory requirements and best practices
• Ensure employees adhere to all health and safety regulations, including company policies
• Act as Chair of the JH&SC meetings and participate in site and workplace inspections
• Develop and maintain an Employee Recognition Program
• Ensure employees have clear goals and are aware of expectations
• Ensure that all employees comply with company policies, procedures, and ethical standards
• Handle employee complaints and incidents, including conflict resolution, accidents, health and safety concerns, work refusals, and investigations
• Provide leadership and coaching to managers and employees on key workplace matters such as performance management, difficult conversations, employee relations, and employee development
• Determine staffing requirements and oversee the recruitment process
• Develop and maintain a workplace Succession Plan
• Develop performance goals, metrics, and targets that are consistent with company goals
• Develop strategic performance metrics and targets that are consistent with company goals
• Establish and maintain relationships with strategic business partners and key stakeholders
• Develop and analyze measurable reports providing fiscal justification for personnel activities in regards to benefit costs, staffing levels/deployment, turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, applicant tracking, compensation, promotions and employee productivity
• Research and prepare occupational classifications, job descriptions, salary scales, and competency appraisal measures and systems
• Maintain accurate and up-to-date employee records that are in compliance with legislative requirements
• Lead the organization’s Employee Privacy Program – act as Privacy Officer for Employee Relations


• University Degree in business administration, human resources management, or a related field required
• Certification in human resources management by a provincial governing body preferred (CHRP and/or CHRL)
• Joint Health and Safety Certification in good standing
• Minimum of 5 years of work experience in human resources management position
• Demonstrated ability to meet strategic objectives for HR and the organization
• Demonstrated ability to manage HR core processes such as talent management, succession planning, and employee relations
• Maintain current knowledge in Privacy Law and “best practices” associated with information management
• Able to make sound business decisions and evidence based recommendations to senior management
• Effective communication skills with individuals at all levels of the organization
• Effective written and verbal communication skills as well as presentation skills
• Sound leadership, staff management, and teambuilding skills
• Computer literacy, including effective working skills with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook required
• Able to interpret and implement personnel related legislation
• Demonstrated strong knowledge of labour laws
• Clean police vulnerable sector screening

Job Type: Full-time