Job Posting 67606

Human Resource Manager
Travel Manitoba
Winnipeg area, Winnipeg
closes in 19 days (Fri, 5 Feb)
part time

Travel Manitoba, a Crown Corporation responsible for stimulating innovative, sustainable tourism growth, is looking for a highly motivated individual to join their team. This newly created role offers an exceptional opportunity to contribute to Manitoba’s tourism industry in a meaningful way.

In partnership with the tourism industry, Travel Manitoba is responsible for tourism marketing, visitor information services, research and public information. Their guiding principles are leadership, innovation, collaboration, visitor-centric, research-based, continuous learning, accountability and sustainability. In addition, Travel Manitoba values a diverse and inclusive workplace.

Travel Manitoba is seeking a part-time Human Resource Manager to join their team. Working three days a week, this role will develop and implement human resource strategies and initiatives aligned with the corporate business plan, manage the employee recruitment and orientation process, ensure compliance with current legislation, organize learning and development programs, and manage a performance review system that drives high performance.

The HR Manager will also analyze current HR programs within the company, prepare and maintain reports related to specific HR projects, and assist with the development and coordination of recommended changes regarding workflow.

 

Please visit https://bit.ly/TMB-HRM for more information!

 

Experience & Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Human Resources
  • Post-secondary education in Human Resources
  • Proven knowledge of Union negotiations/Labour Relations
  • Understanding of employee relations, federal and provincial legislation
  • Experience with and understanding of various HR duties such as performance reviews, recruiting, policies, compensation
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills with ability to multitask, and prioritize
  • Highly developed written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong analytical skills to identify and understand issues and opportunities
  • Strong decision-making skills, ability to work independently and efficiently

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