Organizational Development Manager

Blainville, QC, Canada Req #805
Tuesday, May 10, 2022

WHO WE ARE

With over 50 years of success in Canada, we are defined by our team's passion for growing and expanding the business.

We are people with GRIP: Go-Getter, Renders Service, Innovative, and Passionate for succeeding.

The well-being of people is the purpose of SPI Health and Safety and involves three fundamental components:

Our Employees: Offer an employee journey where people grow personally and professionally

Our Community: Make this world a better place

Our Clients: Help customers’ employees go home safely


Our employees have spoken! SPI is officially certified as a GREAT PLACE TO WORK®!


INTERESTING LINKS 

SPI Health and Safety / Our History

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SPI Health and Safety / Careers

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OUR OFFER

Work for an organization with a meaningful mission, a corporate culture that is engaging and innovative, and an excellent work ethic in a highly competitive industry. 

 

  • Group RRSP (matched by the employer)
  • Flexible group insurance plan
  • Access to a gym on the worksite
  • Reimbursement for physical activity
  • Employee discount on all our products
  • Access to a telehealth program (100% provided by the company)
  • Program offering support to employees in need (SPI Connection Committee)
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) gives you access to professional advice in all health matters
  • Volunteer program (time paid for a cause that matters to you)
  • Referral program with a $1000 bonus
  • Continuous training and career opportunities
  • A stimulating work environment filled with exciting challenges

  And the possibility of working in an environment where YOU matter!


* Working from home 4 days per week - 1 day per week in the office


 

YOUR CHALLENGE

  • Implement programs and tools to help promote employee attraction, development and mobilization.


YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Support the company in implementing key initiatives to promote talent retention and development according to the short- and long-term needs of the organization;
  • Use the Dayforce talent management analysis to determine opportunities and risks and ensure the efficiency of the company’s competency development programs;
  • Help the top management in managing the succession planning for key positions as well as leadership development;
  • Optimize current talent management and succession plan practices and propose innovative solutions;
  • Support the organization in developing and deploying initiatives focused on establishing a performance culture (ROWE);
  • Responsible for managing our annual employee engagement survey to measure the impact of our interventions on the organizational objectives such as performance, efficiency, employee retention and satisfaction at work, and propose initiatives;
  • Analyze the needs of internal customers and ensure the change transition and organizational improvements;
  • Bring advisory expertise and organization development support in all strategic projects of the company that aim at developing corporate culture, competency development, employee retention and strategic ambition achievement;
  • Support organizational culture and employee engagement, be responsible for defining and executing the internal communication strategy (in collaboration with various teams within the organization);
  • Create and implement team-building exercises and organizational development workshops;
  • Help the company develop initiatives to mobilize its employees.


YOUR MEASURES OF SUCCESS  

 

  • Optimize and implement a strong competency development process (internal and external) aligned with the company’s strategy.
  • Improve employee engagement through change management initiatives and an internal communication strategy.
  • Improve the company’s retention rate by proposing initiatives stemming from the annual survey.


WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

  • Undergraduate university degree in human resources management or equivalent related training in organizational development;
  • Minimum of one to three years of experience in a pertinent position in organization development and change management;
  • Master’s degree in organizational development or an equivalent certification will be considered an asset;
  • Having implemented and participated in projects leading to various changes, such as restructuring, acquisition, technological changes, process re-engineering, etc.;
  • Experience and skills related to an advisory role to managers at all levels;
  • Capacity to better define the organizational needs and challenges and propose winning solutions;
  • Recognized for its ability to analyze and resolve complex situations;
  • Interpersonal communication skills, political savvy and influential force;
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite;
  • Mastery of the French language and good knowledge of the English language, both spoken and written.

Every day, our values guide our conduct to live in a respectful, honest, transparent and fair workplace. Choose to make a difference!  

You want to work for a growing organization with a meaningful mission and excellent work ethic? We want to know you!  

SPI Health and Safety is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. To be eligible for this position, you must legally be permitted to work in Canada, without any additional sponsorship support from SPI Heath and Safety.

Other details

  • Job Family 4.Employee Success
  • Job Function HOA
  • Pay Type Salary
Location on Google Maps
  • Blainville, QC, Canada