Human Resources Generalist

ID:
  • Simcoe Parts Service
  • Alliston
  • Nov 06, 2018
Full time Permanent BUSINESS/FINANCE/ADMIN

Job Description

Human Resources Generalist

Conveniently located 45 minutes north of the Greater Toronto Area in beautiful Alliston, Ontario, Canada, is Simcoe Parts Service - a premier logistics provider and proud member of the Honda Logistics Group.

SPS is seeking a Human Resources Generalist to join our team. This position will have a high level of exposure to all areas of our operations and will include all the aspects of the Human Resources function.

Our Human Resources Generalist role is best suited for a team player, with a positive attitude, who enjoys working with people at all different levels, and departments within our organization, liaising with customers and a has good knowledge of current ESA and MOL standards. In addition to your aptitude with analysis and numbers, the successful candidate must also be comfortable working in a high paced manufacturing environment.

 Responsibilities

  • Dealing with any Employment Standards Act and/or any applicable legislation issues
  • Lead full cycle employee relations investigations including corrective actions
  • Support in full cycle Leave of Absence administration
  • Liaise and guide floor management to support progressive discipline process
  • Support the processing vacation requests and attendance management program.
  • Reporting, including data collection, analysis, conclusion/recommendations
  • Support company programs
  • Support internal audits as required
  • Enforce and update company policies
  • Support of the full cycle recruitment process for both warehouse and corporate associates.
  • Special projects when required by Human Resources Management

Skills

  • Working experience and knowledge of the current Employment Standards Act and all applicable legislation
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Strong administrative skills
  • Experience working with an HRIS system
  • General knowledge of employee benefit and pension plans
  • General knowledge of payroll principles

Qualifications

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Solid experience in the field of human resources
  • Certification in Human Resources Management (Degree or Post-Secondary)
  • CHRP/CHRL in progress or completed (considered an asset)
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills

We thank all candidates for their applications, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

Committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion, SPS encourages applications from all those interested in joining our team, including, those in protected groups: visible minorities, women, aboriginals and persons with disabilities. If you have been contacted by us for an interview, and require accommodation through any aspect of the selection process, please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs.

How to Apply