Manager Talent Acquisition and Development, Toronto, Ontario
Tilray is a federally licensed producer of medical cannabis. We are committed to setting the gold standard of care and excellence in our industry. We believe that commitment starts with a great work environment and benefits for our associates.
Looking to develop your career at the forefront of a rapidly expanding industry?
Ready to apply your talents to make a positive difference in the lives of patients across the country?
Reporting to the Director Corporate Services, the Manager, Talent Acquisition & Development (TAD) will lead a team of professionals to design, develop, implement and oversee initiatives and programs to support the talent strategy in the areas of learning and development, training and onboarding, succession planning, employee engagement, organization design and planning, enterprise resource planning, core and leadership competencies/capabilities, and career framework. As a business partner and true collaborator, the TAD will work with Field HR to develop effective sourcing and recruitment strategies that result in client satisfaction and increase Tilray’s community profile in our international locations. The TAD will manage the maintenance and execution of the performance management system, including maintaining current job descriptions, standards of performance and performance evaluation technology and ensures the organization has built bench strength from the front lines up through to the Executive team.
- Build, lead and maintain the international recruitment strategy, focused on attraction and retention and executing via positive and collaborative leadership with both direct and indirect reports
- Provide coaching and mentorship to Field HR and business leaders on strategic workforce planning, sourcing and selection criteria
- Leverage experience to build and evolve a formal talent brand, targeting our critical talent segments
- Review and standardize national recruitment materials, formats, processes and guidelines
- Develop, market and maintain key national recruitment metrics- locally, regionally & nationally
- Develop Employee Value Proposition after visiting our numerous global locations
- Enhance and standardize a positive new hire experience and maintain global Employee Guides
- Update and/or launch recruitment presence on Twitter, Google+, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook
- Partner with select post-secondary educational institutes, developing comprehensive recruiting, co-op and internship relationships
- Create strategy for career fairs globally to build a “ready” talent pool
- Identify and pursue approval for provincial and national government grants and subsidies
- Oversight for the HRIS/ATS systems
- Develop and implement a robust and objective succession planning process and program
- Build and lead the internal high-potential program, identifying and then supporting in the career development and growth of key employees
- Create and implement a global performance management system, working collaboratively with Field HR to implement
- Determine, create and facilitate with stakeholders training programs for leadership development and professional advancement
- Related degree required, coupled with a Professional HR designation
- 3 years of senior talent management experience working in a fast-growing business
- Industry experience in manufacturing or pharmaceutical industry would be ideal
- Deep background in HRIS/ATS system introduction and integration – both at a strategic and tactical level coupled with strong recruitment documentation, process development, and implementation background in a diversified and geographically-dispersed organization
- Demonstrated understanding of field-based operational culture related to recruitment, including the ability to understand and adapt preconceived notions to best meet operational needs
- A strong communicator with strong influencing skills, with the ability to work with people at all levels with ease
- The ideal candidate is an excellent listener, facilitator, is open, honest, and articulate
- Able to work both independently and with minimal direction, combined with the capacity to work well within a team