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You will work closely with the executive leadership team to discuss and provide strategic recommendations on how to progress and enhance the people and culture at Osgoode Properties.
Human Resources Experience
You will use your in-depth knowledge of human resources to effectively support, guide and mentor your team, and other managers and employees across the organization.
You will oversee the recruitment process to attract, screen, and validate qualified candidates for diverse positions and departments.
Director, Human Resources @ Osgoode Properties
Company: Osgoode Properties
Position: Director, Human Resources
Location: Ottawa, ON
Established in 1982, Osgoode Properties is one of eastern Canada’s largest residential property management companies. They provide day-to-day property management and asset management services for approximately 10,000 apartment units in Canada and the United States. In addition to their property management activities, Osgoode Properties has also seen substantial success through acquisitions, financing and disposition of apartment communities. Through Island Park Ventures, the Greenberg family invests in land and passive real estate developments, venture capital and private equity deals, and publicly traded stocks, hedge funds and other limited partnerships.
Skills & Experience
Leadership & Mentorship
As a leader, you are adaptable and naturally curious in nature and bring a coaching and mentoring approach to leadership. You will bring a hands-on approach as a leader with the ability to roll up your sleeves and execute on day-to-day tasks while still supporting strategic thinking at a leadership level.
Strategic & Communication
You equally enjoy discussions about what could be in the future as you do planning the detailed execution of these ideas. You are a strong problem solver and forward thinker who can look at challenges as an opportunity for growth backed by an ability to communicate effectively as change occurs.
HR & Employment Law
You bring in-depth knowledge of employment law from your proven track record in managing employee investigations, disciplinary actions and conflict resolution, likely across different Canadian geographies.
Experience & Bilingualism
You are a bilingual human resources leader with generalist experience and direct exposure to employee supervision, mentorship and coaching.
Summary of the Role
Reporting to the Vice President of Asset Management, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for ensuring legal compliance and overseeing the maintenance of workforce planning, recruitment and retention, compensation and benefits, health and safety, employee engagement, performance management, professional development, policy, and coaching to help influence and execute business objectives across its locations in Ontario, Québec, and Alberta.
Building on the strong foundation that already exists, you will work closely with the executive leadership team to discuss and provide strategic recommendations on how to progress and enhance the people and culture at Osgoode Properties. As a proactive, energetic and hands-on leader, you will utilize your expertise to execute the strategy of the human resources department, mitigating HR and employee relations issues as they arise. You will use your in-depth knowledge of human resources to effectively support, guide and mentor your team, and other managers and employees across the organization. Through your approachable leadership style, you will create a safe and open environment where employees can comfortably come to you for your counsel.
You will oversee and ensure appropriate policies, procedures and best practices are in place to drive high performance across the organization. You will continuously evaluate the effectiveness of the HR function and advocate for potential opportunities for enhancement. You will oversee the recruitment process to attract, screen, and validate qualified candidates for diverse positions and departments.
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