For 24 years, Breakfast Club of Canada has been nourishing children’s potential by making sure as many of them as possible have access to a healthy morning meal before school in an environment that allows their self-esteem to grow and flourish. The Club is much more than a breakfast program: we take a broader approach that promotes the core values of engagement, enrichment and empowerment, and we team up with communities and local partners to develop solutions adapted to the specific needs of each program.
Breakfast Club of Canada brings together hundreds of thousands of children and volunteers who connect every morning over breakfast. Thanks to its 24 years of experience, the Club has developed a robust network of national brand partners as well as a roster of inﬂuencers. Recognizing that the days of thinking traditionally are over, the Club is determined to dream big and emerge on the world stage as a disruptive and bold cause brand.
INTERESTED IN GETTING INVOLVED?
The Breakfast Club is looking for a Director, Human Resources who will have the opportunity to apply their passion and expertise in governance and administration in a growing, national, organization. With an authentic leadership style and flawless integrity, the ideal candidate will help us reach new heights. Reporting to the General Director, the Director, Human Resources oversees the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources department.
Oversee the performance management process;
Review, evaluate and update all aspects related to global compensation packages;
Oversee the employee engagement survey process and participate in action plans to address resulting feedback;
Develop and oversee a creative employee and volunteer recognition;
Manage the organization’s policy review process and ensure implementation of policies;
Identify and achieve service goals and performance indicators;
Provide expertise in Human Resources matters in order to support the achievement of organizational strategic directions and attend the direction committee;
Manage training plans for optimal results and for succession purpose;
Oversee recruitment process to ensure the hiring of talentful and competent candidates.
A minimum of 10 years of work experience at a senior level as a generalist in human resources;
Knowledge of the current best managerial practices;
Master of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook);
Fully bilingual in French and English, both verbal and written;
Comply with a security investigation;
Be a member of CHRP;
Adhesion to the Club’s values;
Must satisfy a security check;
Start date: as soon as possible.
Permanent full-time position;
Travel across Canada required (occasionally);
Salary and work conditions according to the current norms of the Club;
Work location: Boucherville, Qc.
To submit your application, please send your CV and letter of intentions to email@example.com before June 3rd, 2019. Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.