Human Resources Advisor (Whabouchi)
Centre-du-Québec | Mauricie | Northern Quebec
Day, Permanent, Full time
Under the supervision of the Human Resources Director, in the context of the start-up and production of a major mining project, the Human Resources Advisor will act as a business partner with the mine’s managers and employees in matters of human resources management and labour relations.
- Participate in the coordination of activities related to staffing, integration, compensation, skills development and employee competencies;
- Provide advice and guidance on a variety of HR and labor relations topics (HR practices, talent acquisition, employee development, employee relations and other HR best practices) ;
- Collaborate in the drafting, implementation and interpretation of the company’s policies and procedures and ensure compliance;
- Contribute to HR analysis, strategic plan and HR projects.
For the first year, the main work site will be located either remotely or at the Bécancour office, with regular travel to the Whabouchi mine site in Nemaska, Eeyou Istchee – James Bay. Thereafter, the position will be in FIFO mode 14-14.
- University education in industrial relations, human resources management or equivalent;
- Five (5) years of relevant experience in similar functions;
- Demonstrate knowledge of labour laws and regulations (federal and provincial) and key standards relevant to the industry;
- Knowledge of the usual computer applications (Office suite);
- Bilingualism (oral and written).
- Asset : experience in the mining sector
Energetic and easy to learn, the person we are looking for is agile in a context of constant and rapid transformation.
She is autonomous and proactive, enthusiastic, and demonstrates leadership as well as excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Results-oriented, she has a keen sense of organization, time management and priorities. In addition, she knows how to positively influence change. With sound judgment, she has a strong capacity for analysis and synthesis as well as a strong concern for internal clients. Finally, it is essential that she be sensitive to cross-cultural environments and the values of promoting diversity.