Director of Human Resources
Seymour Pacific Developments & Broadstreet Properties - Campbell River, BC

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Reporting to the President and CEO, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for providing strategic and operational support in relation to human resource functions to the President, CEO and the Senior Management Team. The Director is responsible for leading the organizations human resource planning and practices while demonstrating an understanding of the entire business operations and positioning themselves as a strategic business partner.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Reinforce appropriate applications of Human Resource policies, standards and procedures to ensure alignment with the organizations vision, mission and values
  • Ensure efficiency of Human Resources and Recruiting processes and continuous improvement of the Department service offer
  • Provide support to the different company departments relative to Human Resource matters
  • Develop, implement and promote Human Resources initiatives
  • Build strong partnerships with leaders and managers
  • Manage employee relations issues, communicating with external legal counsel as needed
  • Analyze employee metrics which include employee engagement surveys and exit interviews
  • Assist in defining action plans to drive employee engagement
  • Manage risk and ensure legal compliance
  • Ensure accuracy of employee transactions as well as management and protection of employees information
  • Determine training and development needs
  • Ensure development of team skills and competencies
  • Design unique programs and delivery methods that meet the needs of employees
  • Oversee the talent recruitment process, and manage effective onboarding of new hires
  • Oversee compensation and benefits including external salary surveys, market data benchmarking and plan improvements
  • Manage Human Resources budgets
  • Drive quality Human Resource service and support at all levels


  • Undergraduate Degree in business with specialization in Human Resources or Labour Relations from a recognized university required. A combination of education and experience may be considered
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience Leading a Human Resources department
  • Knowledge of employment legislation as well as current trends and issues relevant to human resources
  • Excellence in promoting and maintaining effective employee and labour relations
  • Excellence in team building, analytical and problem solving abilities
  • Proven ability to diagnose and successfully handle complex employee relations and organizational development issues
  • Strong communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills in order to work effectively with business leaders and partners
  • Ability to manage multiple projects and priorities and to work in a fast paced environment

About this company
A team of dedicated professionals with over 25 years of experience in land development and construction of residential and multi-family...