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Harbour West Consulting

Manager, Human Resources

Posted 6 days ago

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dollar sign142,797 to 167,997 per year

Job Description

Organizational Profile

Surrey Police Service (SPS) is Surrey’s new municipal police agency. The transition from the RCMP to SPS is well underway and SPS has spent the past three years building a local, modern, accountable police service for Surrey residents. On November 29, 2024, SPS will become the police of jurisdiction, assuming responsibility for policing and law enforcement in Surrey.

SPS is working to redefine policing with innovative new approaches and community-based solutions. It’s an exciting time as SPS continues to expand our team with talented people who want to help shape the future of policing in Surrey. We have already hired over 400 employees and will grow to be one of the largest independent police services in Canada. Since day one, SPS has been intentional about building a culture that is inclusive, respectful, and supportive, with a strong focus on employee wellness and career development.

About the Role

Reporting to the Superintendent Employee Services, the Manager, Human Resources is responsible for defining, developing, and implementing strategic human resources initiatives, including the development and implementation of comprehensive policies and procedures, change management initiatives and resource planning and deployment for civilian staff. Specific responsibilities include ensuring effective OHS, employee relations, recruitment, and selection (civilian), labour relations, training, and development programs (civilian), and HR services (compensation, benefits administration, pension, payroll, scheduling, etc.).

This is a challenging and dynamic opportunity for an experienced human resources manager and excellent people leader, who is committed to community service and human resources best practice. The ideal candidate will have a post-secondary degree and/or training (in a related field) with a minimum of ten (10) years of progressive human resources experience, including at least three (3) years in a management role. The ideal candidate will bring a demonstrated understanding of labour and employee relations, people practices and programs, policy development, and HR reporting while advancing employee wellness and engagement.

The salary range for this position is $142,797 - $167,997, in combination with a competitive total compensation package.

Application closing date is 2024-08-06

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