Since 1997, the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) has delivered public safety services on behalf of the government of Ontario. With headquarters in west Toronto, the TSSA is a self-funded, not-for-profit organization that employs approximately 400 staff across Ontario. The roles within the TSSA are as diverse as the Province we serve. It takes all kinds of people with varied skillsets and backgrounds to meet our organizational goals and our employees share a few key traits:
- We are passionate about public safety.
- We are highly skilled, problem-solvers.
- We are collaborators who are invested in the communities we work in.
- We are more than employees; we are serving the greater good.
- We are committed to life-long learning and development.
- We operate with the highest integrity.
TSSA provides employees with competitive compensation & benefits - most importantly our team members have a deep & proud sense of purpose as our work is vital to the success and safety of the Ontarians.
We are currently seeking a Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) to work as an integral part of the Human Resources (HR) Team. The HRBP acts as an internal consultant and HR resource for people leaders and employees. The HRPB is responsible for developing and managing Human Resources strategic and operational programs, activities and partnerships. They support, advise and work with internal client portfolios, as assigned in a collaborative environment. This position partners with clients in a proactive manner which builds and maintains partnerships, while providing guidance in managing workplace programs and initiatives, organizational effectiveness, change management and legislative impacts.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
- Build a strong business relationship with the organizational unit and collaborate with the business leaders to design, implement and monitor HR solutions.
- Engage and contract with Corporate HR to ensure business requirements for HR services are met.
- Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues by providing guidance, advice and coaching to the client.
- Conduct effective, thorough and objective investigations in compliance with corporate policy and procedures, legislation and in partnership with the relevant business leader, legal and HR support.
- Support the business through Talent Management initiatives including succession planning, talent reviews, retention strategies and development planning
- Identify critical business unit needs and emerging strategic requirements. Leverage analytics as well as assess HR risk elements to drive development and implementation of HR solutions.
- Provide advisory services in areas such as recruitment and staffing, classification and compensation management, organization design and the management of pay and benefits to ensure high quality, timely support of human resources decision making for the business unit.
- Develop, implement and evaluate HR programs, practices, services, systems and products to advance corporate human resources policies and strategies and improve decision-making.
- Provide coaching to leaders regarding matters related to performance management, employee engagement and HR process execution
- Respond to general employee inquiries and liaise with Centres of Excellence, as required, to support such inquiries
The ideal candidate will possess the following knowledge, experience, skills and attributes:
- Post-Secondary Degree or diploma in related field of study required (or equivalent).
- Certified Human Resources Leader designation required an asset.
- Minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in Human Resources.
- Demonstrated understanding of Human Resources legislation and governance.
- Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills required with demonstrated ability to handle sensitive issues in a professional manner.
- Ability to handle time sensitive inquiries and working in a deadline-driven environment is required.
- Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
- Strong organization skills and ability to handle multiple priorities.
- Well-developed strategic, analytical and critical thinking skill.
- Experience building a strong business relationship with the organizational units and collaborate with the business leaders to design, implement and monitor HR solutions.
- Ability to manage and resolve complex employee relations issues.
- Experience in conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations in compliance with corporate policy and procedures, legislation and in partnership with the relevant business leader, legal and HR support.
- Experience coaching leaders regarding matters related to performance management, employee engagement and HR process execution.
- Excellent relationship building skills and the ability to work effectively across program and operational units.
345 Carlingview Drive, Toronto
At TSSA, we value the diversity in our workplace and we are committed to employment equity. We encourage all qualified persons to apply. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.Please be advised that your security of your data cannot be guaranteed while it is being transmitted to TSSA.
Please apply by November 15, 2019