Director of Human Resources @ Dymon

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Inclusive Working Environment

They invest equally in their facilities and employees, bringing a humble and ambitious mindset to their work

Make an Impact

You will have the opportunity to work across multiple teams and directly impact the success of Dymon through employee engagement and culture development

Critical Role

Your role will largely assist in the continuous development of their team and champion company culture while balancing all aspects of Human Resources functions

Director of Human Resources @ Dymon

Company: Dymon

Position: Director of Human Resources

Location: Toronto, ON

Founded in 1995, Dymon is a privately-owned, rapidly growing organization with a successful track record in property management, commercial building development, and high-end residences. Building upon its reputation as a real estate company that builds and manages their own assets, Dymon has expanded its portfolio of business to include high-end wine cellaration service, custom closets and kitchens, as well as personal or business storage offerings.

Skills & Experience

Education

Post secondary education or graduate certificate in Human Resources and have achieved your CHRP designation or higher

Experience

You have 10 years of experience managing all aspects of Human Resources

Culture Building

Experience with building and implementing workplace culture, which will prove invaluable as you take on stewardship of the Dymon culture and brand

Technical

You are well versed in all workplace legislation, including the ESA, OHSA, and the Canadian Labour Code.

Team Building

Confident in your abilities to build an HR team from the ground up and have led full-cycle recruitment strategies that yield high performing teams

Traits

You describe yourself as a well-rounded, humble and driven individual who is not afraid to work in a hands-on environment

Summary of the Role

As the new Director of Human Resources, your role will largely assist in the continuous development of their team and champion company culture while balancing all aspects of Human Resources functions.

Exponential company growth has been a top priority for the business as they continue to expand in the market and as an organization. Reporting to the Vice President, Dymon Capital, this role will interact with a variety of organizational stakeholders, with a predominant focus on actively navigating and connecting with mid-level management as well as field staff. As a culture driven position, this role will focus on the impact of the field staff throughout the expansion projects and will strive to ensure the team continues to model the company core values and competencies. Across all departments, the Director of Human Resources will spearhead talent acquisition, culture development, employee relations, health benefit administration, employee training and progression, organizational development, as well as company policy and program implementation and evaluation.

Due to the rapid expansion of Dymon, talent acquisition will be a priority. You will develop recruitment strategies and lead a full-cycle recruiting process. Your recruitment efforts will focus on cultivating a team that is continuously able to demonstrate the core values and elevates the Dymon experience. In addition to developing the Dymon team in other departments, this role will also have the opportunity to build out the Human Resources department. Through leading the recruitment process, you will determine analytics of predictive success of each new employee and use this information to update the recruitment strategies implemented at Dymon.

As the organization continues to grow in size, there will need to be a focus placed on employee development and additional training. The Director of Human Resources will work with the Development and Training manager in the creation of internal training, learning and development programs to nurture the ongoing development of the team and assess the effectiveness of each program.This role will have the opportunity to aid in the development of the Dymon University, a full service education offering for all employees of the organization.

In addition to managing organizational development and talent acquisition, you will play a key role in making executive decisions that directly impact the direction and progression of the organization. As the Director of Human Resources, you will work across multiple teams to develop and implement new policies and procedures such as a clear compensation program across all levels of the organization and performance management strategies. You will champion all aspects of employee relations and workplace procedural implementation as a senior leader and will lead in accordance with Ontario employment legislation and Dymon policies. In addition, you will act as a management representative for the Joint Health & Safety Committee and lead Dymon’s Accessibilities for Ontarians with Disabilities program. This role will need to effectively communicate across multiple departments to ensure that all Dymon employees are aware of the organization’s policies, procedures and ongoing programs.

Through implementing a new HRIS, you will build out data insights and use the analytics to inform senior leadership on decisions regarding organizational performance, employee engagement, retention and attrition. You will advise leaders on areas such as organizational design, succession planning and skill-gaps to further build Dymon into a high performing team. Being a more hands on role, the Director of Human Resources will interact with the Dymon team at all levels of the organization. You will have the opportunity to interact with executive level roles but place heavy focus on nurturing the culture and engagement of the client facing team.

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