OverviewDelta Hotels and Resorts Human Resources Director (8-month contract) Temporary in Toronto, ON
Delta Hotels and Resorts
Branch Toronto ON CA
Human Resources Director (8-month contract)
A responsible individual with 5 years of senior Human Resources Management and Supervisory experience in a hotel or hospitality related environment….
About Delta Toronto:
Located in the heart of Toronto’s new Southcore neighbourhood, Delta Toronto connects people with the financial and entertainment districts through direct access to the PATH, Union Station and Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The hotel will also act as a stepping stone to neighbouring cultural and sporting events, attractions and a revitalized waterfront.
Delta Hotels and Resorts is in the midst of a major transformation to better serve Canadian and international travelers. Designed to exceed the evolving expectations of the modern traveler, Delta Toronto serves as the flagship for Delta’s growing portfolio of hotels and resorts across Canada.
Most importantly, the successful candidate will demonstrate Delta’s Values in all aspects of their job. These include:
We are one team.
We respect each other.
We always act with integrity.
We are passionate about what we do.
We are active leaders in our local communities.
The primary responsibility of the Human Resources Director is to oversee the day-to-day operations of the People Resources Department and fostering a culture of collaboration. Please note this role is an 8-month contract, covering a maternity leave for the period of mid-October to end of June 2016.
This position requires exceptionally strong communication and a collaborative approach with all hotel leadership and departmental colleagues.
The Human Resources Director’s responsibilities also includes:
Working with the Hotel Leadership team in fostering a workplace culture that exemplifies Delta’s Values and service culture of being Welcoming, Engaging and Exceeding!
A member of the Leadership Team who contributes information and a balanced opinion/judgment on colleague relations initiatives and/or opportunities.
Maintains professional internal guest service and acts as a resource while building and maintaining confidence and credibility with colleagues and leaders.
Act as an objective third party in highly charged coaching, problem solving or conflict situations.
Administers all employment labour issues and acts as a facilitator or mediator to support resolutions and minimize future disputes in coaching, problem solving or conflict situations.
Facilitates the development of the annual Employee Engagement Survey action plan, People Resources Plan and Hotel Goals Plan.
With the support of the Recruitment & Colleague Relations Specialist oversees and provides guidance of the Recruitment and Selection process. Monitors absenteeism and turnover of colleagues to evaluate recruitment effectiveness.
Responsible for all aspects of administration and organization of the Human Resources office and maintains confidential files. Ensures all Human Resources reporting is well maintained and accurately recorded.
Prepare budgets, forecasts and monitor financial performance.
A member of the compensation committee, the Human Resources Director works with the Compensation & Wellness Specialist to review compensation and salary benefits annually.
Plans and organizes short and long-term Human Resources strategies in regards to communication, recruitment, succession planning, health & safety, colleague wellness, learning & development, reward and recognition programs and maintaining a non-union status. Ensures human resources practices align with Hotel’s strategic direction, its philosophies and values.
Works closely with the Compensation & Wellness Specialist and the Payroll office to ensure colleagues are paid correctly and that the systems in place continue to be compliant and effective.
Works with the Recruitment & Colleague Relations Specialist to coordinates all celebratory and social functions at the hotel.
Assist in the facilitation of in-house training, development of special sessions and supporting a learning culture at the Delta Toronto.
Working with the People Resources team to ensure communication is clear, concise and relevant throughout the hotel.
A responsible individual with 5 years of senior Human Resources Management and Supervisory experience in a hotel or hospitality related environment.
University/College education in Human Resources. Working towards or achievement of CHRP designation is an asset.
Knowledge of Human Rights, Ontario Labour Law Legislation and WSIB Legislation required.
Training, coaching and public speaking experience.
Detail and deadline oriented, able to prioritize in a very busy environment
Proven computer literacy (Microsoft Office, Excel, and Word). Knowledge of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) an asset.
Possess conflict resolution, mediation and strategic planning skills.
Must exhibit excellent communication and listening skills. Must be a very approachable, team-oriented and cooperative
Must be analytical with proven problem solving skills with the ability to be very resourceful.
Must be a self-starter who is organized and demonstrates good time-management skills.
Must be legally authorized to work in Canada. Please note that the hotel is unable to assist candidates in obtaining a Canadian work authorization.
This position requires a highly motivated, energetic, super organized hands-on professional with exceptionally strong leadership and collaboration skills who can guide and motivate colleagues, as well as consult and influence internal and external partners and collaborate with cross-functional teams. The Assistant Director of People Resources must have strong communication and presentation skills with the ability to interact with a diverse group of executives, managers and subject matter experts. Key interpersonal skills required include listening, advocating, negotiating and communicating straightforward and complex information. The position requires professional level interpersonal skills to interact and communicate effectively with stakeholders from different origins and cultures.
The following competencies will be critical to the success of the Assistant Director of People Resources role:
Decision Maker – Results Orientation: Exhibits a decisive approach with a determined focus on objectives and achieving results. Demonstrates a clear sense of urgency.
Business Acumen: Must possess a proven strategic understanding of hotel and human resources operations as it relates to the overall financial success of the property. Demonstrated ability to assess current situations in the context of the business opportunities and threats, and has a track record of developing and evaluating options against anticipated trends in order to reshape the business.
Leadership: Is able to lead and/or influence others in order to have a specific impact or effect. Builds trusting relationships with key stakeholders inside and outside of the Company.
Strategic Planning, Analysis and Implementation: In collaboration with senior management, develops short-term tactical and longer-term strategic plans that create the necessary business platforms, systems and innovative brand products to better enable the entity by deploying high, efficient performance standards and meet company objectives of its brand essence.
Proven Negotiator: Demonstrated ability to negotiate favorable agreements, pragmatically assessing alternatives and trade-offs to reach agreements that all parties believe address their needs.
Effective Communicator: Is an effective communicator in all mediums to all types of audiences ensuring that he/she gets their message across to the audience with a high level of understanding. As an effective communicator, will have distilled complex issues to their essence and articulated a compelling case in support of the required decisions.
Managerial Courage: Has the courage to make tough decisions and has the self-confidence to take ‘unpopular’ decisions to the top when it is in the best interests of the business.
About Delta Hotels and Resorts
A leading Canadian hotel management company, Delta Hotels and Resorts owns, operates and franchises a diversified portfolio with 46 full-service, city centre and airport hotels and resorts under the Delta brand. Widely regarded as Canada’s “brand of choice” by guests and owners, Delta also distinguishes itself as an exemplary employer. It is the only hotel company to have been recognized for its sustained focus on business excellence by the prestigious National Quality Institute with three Canada Awards for Excellence, including the award program’s highest honor, the Order of Excellence (2007). The company has also consistently ranked as one of the country’s 50 Best Employers for 11 years, and has been named to the Green 30 since 2010. Its Corporate Social Responsibility platform, Delta Helps, includes a chain-wide commitment to the communities it serves through a national partnership with Habitat for Humanity Canada, participation in the Hotel Association of Canada’s Green Key Eco-Rating program, and work with various other charitable groups.
Employment Type: Temporary
Location: Toronto, ON, CA
Posted on: 2015-08-18