Superintendent, Human Resources

Mount Milligan, BC, Canada
Jan 13, 2021
Feb 12, 2021
Work Term
Work Load
Full Time

Reporting to the Director, Human Resources (BC) the Superintendent, Human Resources will be responsible for the following.

  • Management and coordination of the Human Resources functions for the Mt Milligan operations, ensuring that policies and procedures are implemented and adhered to in compliance with current legislation and aligned with corporate standards, policies and procedures.
  • Management of and overseeing the maintenance of the organizational structure ensuring that all approved structural changes and labour movements are accurately updated in a timely manner.
  • Provide guidance, coaching and support to supervisors and managers in dealing with employee relations issues by ensuring that programs are established to support managers in managing a diverse workforce.
  • Assist in the development of learning initiatives to meet the needs of the workforce.
  • Develop and monitor strategies and opportunities to improve the attraction, retention and engagement of employees, with particular attention being paid to the attraction and retention of First Nations employees.
  • Ensure an effective reward and recognition program is in place to promote a high- performance culture by appropriately rewarding and recognizing employees for length of service and employees who proactively promote a safe, healthy and productive workplace through exceptional performance and commitment.
  • Manage and coordinate the compensation practices and policies for the Mount Milligan Mine, maintaining reviews within the guidelines provided by the Company and ensuring that reportable timeframes and deadlines are met.
  • Develop an annual budget for the HR Department ensuring that all operational and capital needs are properly accounted for.
  • Develop and foster strategic onsite working relationships to facilitate the accomplishments of goals.
  • Develop and maintain a culture within the HR team that fosters teamwork, high performance and personal growth and development.

  • A university degree in a field related to Human Resources coupled with no less than ten (10) years of related experience, preferably in a mining or resource setting.
  • Strong knowledge of British Columbia employment, labour and Health & Safety legislation.
  • Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written.
  • Excellent strategic planning skills and abilities.
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications plus familiarity with HRIS systems.
  • Strong leadership and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work on several complex tasks simultaneously.
  • Team oriented and adopts a collaborative approach to problem solving.
  • Ability to relate and communicate at all levels of the organization and with external groups.
  • Ability to engage and influence senior leaders of the organization and other key stakeholders.

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