Manager, People and Culture

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Manager, People and Culture

Reporting to the director, administration & culture, the manager, people & culture, is responsible for the management and support of the people and culture area. This includes full cycle personnel management, policy and procedure development, advice and guidance for employment and HR matters, and contributing to the development of a strong organizational culture in partnership with the director, administration & culture.

In addition, the manager, people and culture, will take a leadership role in the creation, management and evaluation of the organization’s diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. This includes acting as co-chair of the Anti-Racism & Equity Committee, developing staff and volunteer training, assessing organizational policy and procedure with a critical lens towards diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, and supporting employees across the organization.

Key Responsibilities

People and Culture:

  • Facilitation of recruitment, onboarding, orientation, performance evaluation, discipline, termination and offboarding processes in partnership with the director, administration & culture.
  • Development, evaluation and coordination of organizational policies and procedures, including maintenance of staff records and signatories on policies.
  • Support the development and management of the people & culture budget, goals and action plans.
  • Ongoing management of new HR initiatives and participation in projects.
  • Development and implementation of HR related organization-wide training plans.
  • Maintain knowledge of collective agreement, and support in the ongoing relationship management between Glenbow and CUPE.
  • Ensure organizational legislative compliance with Alberta Employment Standards and Labour Relations.
  • Liaise with outside organizations, consultant services and lawyers in relation to HR issues.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

  • Lead the development, implementation, and evaluation of organizational diversity, equity and inclusion strategies in collaboration with the senior leadership team and director, administration & culture.
  • Act as co-chair of the Anti-Racism & Equity Committee, ensuring execution of the committee mandate.
  • Research and understanding of legislation, current events and employment trends and how they impact Glenbow’s policies, processes, and culture.
  • Creation, execution, and evaluation of staff training opportunities related to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Provide HR support to employees within the organization, fostering a culture of belonging.


  • Act as primary administrator of the HRIS functions within Glenbow’s payroll system, Dayforce.
  • Maintain all HR and employee files and records, both digital and hardcopy.
  • Support the administration of the employee benefit plans.

Education, Skills & Qualifications


  • Embodies a people-first mindset, understanding the importance of a strong organizational culture.
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and relationship building skills.
  • Exceptional judgement, intuition and critical thinking abilities.
  • A strong acumen of diversity, equity and inclusion concepts, with a proven track record of leading initiatives in this area.
  • Experience in coaching, facilitating, and training staff at all levels within an organization.
  • Excellent conflict resolution and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to manage multiple competing priorities.

Education and Experience

  • 5+ years’ experience within a human resources related field.
  • Experience leading diversity, equity and inclusion strategies.
  • Professional HR certification is considered an asset.
  • Experience working in a union environment is considered an asset.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to by August 9, 2022 at 4:00pm

Compensation: $75,000 – $85,000 annual salary plus vacation, flex days and comprehensive health benefits

Office: Hybrid workplace

All employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19

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