Job Posting 61621

Advisor, People and Culture
Tides Canada Foundation
Vancouver & Lower Mainland, Vancouver
closed 4 days ago (Fri, 3 Apr)
full time  •  $52,500 - $60,900

Advisor, People + Culture– Gastown, Vancouver – Full Time, Permanent


Are you a skillful HR professional who is looking for fulfilling work in the non-profit sector with a supportive team? Are you a community-inspired individual who cares deeply about creating impact by delivering excellent service to your colleagues?


We are looking for a new team member to join our People + Culture (P+C) team who will provide support for a wide range of human resource functions for 150+ employees across Canada. The Advisor will be the first point of contact for all P+C activities and will act as a key enabler of our culture, purpose and values. You will have a proactive focus on support and employee experience and a commitment to excellence. You take pride in what you do, and no task is too big or too small. You bring strong administrative skills to the team and keep things running smoothly in the department. You are someone who pays attention to the details and are always a few steps ahead of others in planning and organizing. 


The P+C Advisor reports to the Manager, People + Culture and is highly collaborative with the Payroll Specialist, and other peer Finance and Shared Platform teams.


Tides Canada is a leading national charity that enables community-led transformation for a healthy environment, social equity and economic prosperity for all Canadians. Our Shared Platform is home to over 60 projects working on community-led solutions that further our mission. If our values align with yours and you want to learn, grow and develop within a supportive team that shares knowledge and cares, then we want to hear from you!  Join us and make a difference.


What You’ll Do:

  • Collaborate with the P+C team to ensure the department is providing an excellent employee experience
  • Oversee and provide all administrative support for the P+C department including responding to queries and requests, prepare new hire documents, change letters, verification letters, enter and ensure that our systems reflect accurate and up-to-date information, assign training modules etc.
  • Provide timely first line support to employee and manager inquiries on various P+C related topics including assisting to interpret defined P+C policies and procedures
  • Responsible for day-to-day payroll and benefits administration, acting as the back-up to payroll to provide coverage when required
  • Provide support to the recruitment and onboarding processes as needed to provide the best introduction to our team and organization
  • Support P+C team with ongoing delivery of diverse and exciting P+C programs and initiatives


Who You Are:

  • A collaborative team player - You are able to balance autonomy and collaboration
  • Reliable – You are able to follow through issues to resolution with meticulous attention to detail and know when to escalate issues
  • A great communicator: You naturally orient towards customer service and can translate complex information into clear and simple language. You are helpful and friendly on the phone, and your emails are clear and informative
  • You are extremely organized, with an ability to anticipate, plan and deliver exceptional support
  • You are able to manage a high volume of requests in a timely manner and remain flexible to changing priorities


Experience You Bring:

  • 3+ years’ generalist experience
  • A degree or diploma in HR and a CHPR designation
  • Strong understanding of relevant provincial laws and regulations


It would be a bonus if you have:

  • Experience processing Payroll
  • Experience with Ceridian Dayforce
  • Non-profit experience with a mid-size not for profit/Charitable organization
  • Experience supporting human resources for a national organization


What We Offer:

  • The opportunity to have a real impact on the community
  • Salary of $52,500 - $60,900 (dependent on experience you bring)
  • Competitive benefits package including generous RRSP contribution
  • Three weeks’ vacation
  • Flexible work environment with remote working
  • Committed colleagues
  • Our Gastown office provides a fun and collaborate work environment
  • High level of responsibility and autonomy
  • Opportunities and support for professional learning and growth
  • Dog friendly office so bring your pup or meet our current canine team


How to Apply:


Please send us your resume to . In your cover letter please share what makes you an idea fit for this position and why you want to join the Tides Canada team. This position will stay open until filled.


Tides Canada is strongly committed to creating a diverse workplace community and we encourage all qualified applicants to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the selection process, please contact us.


Only those applicants invited for an interview will be contacted. No recruiters please!

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