Talent Management Business Partner

Jan 23, 2024

We’re looking for an experienced Business Partner in Talent Management who will support the attraction, development, and mobilization of talent, while advising managers on best practices.

The company’s growth and diverse projects offer an exceptional opportunity for professional development and the implementation of the best modern human-management practices.

Are you the right person?

Reporting to the Vice President, Talent, the main responsibilities are as follows:

Management support and advice

  • Offer an advisory role and support to managers at all levels to ensure their development and that of their teams (talent identification, progression plan, etc.).

  • Help prevent and resolve personnel management and organizational-climate problems.

  • Act as an agent of change and represent the Talent function on certain committees.

Organizational development

  • Participate in the development of all talent-management programs (recruitment and staffing, onboarding and integration, evaluation and development, compensation).

  • Structure and administer internal processes linked to the annual management cycle for all teams (skills improvement, performance management, salary review and bonuses, employee survey, etc.).

  • Support the development and implementation of information systems, including the adoption of modern data-management practices.

  • Collaborate with management to align and develop talent-management strategies.

Internal communication and employee experience

  • Develop and implement an internal communications plan that promotes mobilization and collaboration.

  • Collaborate in promoting the internal culture.

  • Participate in the development and promotion of the employer brand.

  • Collaborate in the development of an exceptional employee experience and the organization of events.

Recruitment and integration

  • Be responsible for the entire recruitment and hiring process, primarily for highly qualified or high-potential profiles.

  • Participate in welcoming new employees.

  • Organize initial training and integration activities.

The position is set to evolve, and the incumbent may assume other responsibilities related to the role.

The characteristics that set you apart

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources management, administration, psychology or a combination of relevant and related training and experience.

  • Member of the Order of CRHA, with 5 to 10 years of experience.

  • Fluency in oral and written French and English.

  • Comfort in a teleworking management mode.

  • Rigor, entrepreneurship, team spirit, humility, communication skills and a great ability to have fun at work are all essential!

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