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Job Req ID:  950

Title:  Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Manager

Company: Canada Lands  
Location:
 Toronto, Montreal or Ottawa 
Employment Status:
Employee (Contract- 24 months)

 

 

Short Summary

Reporting to the Vice President, Human Resources, the Corporate Culture Manager  for Canada Lands Company CLC Limited (“CLC” or the “Company”) is responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing organizational design, diversity, equity and inclusion, accessibility and psychological health and safety  strategies, policies, programs and services within all divisions and affiliates of the Company including Real Estate & Corporate (“REC”), CN Tower (“CNT”), Downsview Park Inc. (“PDP”),  and the Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc. (“OPMC”).

As a member of the HR Department, the Corporate Culture Manager will lead internally and externally facing initiatives, working closely with the HR teams in each division. The incumbent’s key responsibilities will include planning, organizing, and implementing various programs consistently across all divisions, with the overall goal of strengthening the Company’s corporate culture. Key focus areas will include organizational design, diversity, equity and inclusion, accessibility and psychological health and safety.

The Corporate Culture Manager works collaboratively with the with the Human Resources leaders in each division to propose and implement comprehensive programs and initiatives that support respective business units and fulfill corporate mandates. 

Job Description

ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN: 

  • Translate Company strategy into organizational structure and governance models.
  • Analyze and propose organizational design frameworks for the Company that deliver improvements in productivity and organizational efficiencies.
  • Partner with Human Resources leaders in each division to facilitate the approval of new job design or significant departmental / structural changes.


DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION (“DEI”)

  • Act as subject matter expert, change agent and key enabler of the Company’s commitment to fostering a culture and environment that is diverse, inclusive, and equitable while instilling a sense of employee belonging.
  • Develop and maintain a comprehensive DEI strategy that can be applied consistently across all divisions and addresses DEI in multiple areas across the Company, including but not limited to recruitment strategies, retention and development of diverse talent, training and learning opportunities, corporate initiatives, and community engagement.


ACCESSIBILITY

  •  Act as the subject matter expert on provincial and federal accessibility obligations; ensure all divisions are compliant with relevant Accessibility legislation.
  • Develop and maintain short- and medium-term accessibility plans.

 

PSYCOLOGICAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • Lead the development and implementation of psychological health and safety policies, procedures, programs, and services across all divisions.
  • Develop and enhance Healthy Workplace initiatives across the Company.
  • Lead the development of effective processes and systems to identify, triage, assess, and respond to psychological safety matters arising in the workplace.

Qualifications

  • Post-secondary diploma or certificate in Human Resources required.
  • Seven to ten years of experience in a Human Resources role required, including specialized HR knowledge in one or more of the key focus areas: OD, DEI, Accessibility, Psychological H&S.
  • Lived experience as a member of the Black, Indigenous or other racialized communities a strong asset
  • Experience working within both provincially and federally regulated industries an asset.
  • Ability to effectively research, synthesize and present data and recommendations in a variety of formats including reports, presentations, web-based applications, charts, project plans, etc.
  • Excellent communication skills (presentations, public speaking, verbal, written) 
  • Knowledge of Human Resources legislation and principles is required. This includes, but is not limited to, ESA, PIPEDA, WSIB, OHSA, AODA, Pay Equity Act, Human Rights Code and Regulations.
  • Bilingualism (English/French) required.

WHAT WE DO

Canada Lands Company is a self-financing, federal Crown corporation that specializes in real estate, development and attractions management. The company’s goal in all it does is to produce the best possible benefit for Canadian communities and the Government of Canada. Canada Lands Company works to achieve its mandate with industry leading expertise; the company prides itself on its consultation based approach to pursuing community-oriented goals, environmental stewardship and heritage commemoration with all its projects across Canada.

The company’s activities ensure that former government properties are redeveloped or managed in accordance with their highest and best use, and that they are harmoniously reintegrated into local communities. Our goal is to help transform surplus parcels and reshape them to meet the needs of Canadians with inspiring and sustainable new neighbourhoods in which they can live, work and play.

 

Canada Lands Company CLC Limited is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code, Canada Lands Company is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment, selection and/or assessment processes. Should you require an accommodation, please inform us as soon as possible and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs.