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We pride ourselves on our dedication to strive for continuous improvement, which cannot be achieved without the insight of our valued employees. It is our commitment to achieving these results and to retain employees by providing a positive and safe work environment. We reward performance and encourage loyalty, honesty and respect in our employees. It's about how well we work together and the image we project to the community, our clients, and our suppliers that sets us aside from the rest. 

Apply today! Please submit your resume to Recruitment@gfxltd.com
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Ground Effects Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer. 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.

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Material Planner

Location: Windsor On Department: Materials Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are:
Ground Effects is currently searching for a Material Planner to join our team in Windsor, Ontario. Our ideal candidate is a self-motivated team player with good communication and organizational skills and would be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Background in Manufacturing Environment as an OEM supplier an asset
  • Minimum Five (5) years previous Material Planning experience preferred, familiar with (Material Requirements Planning, Microsoft applications)
  • Familiarity with IATF/ ISO requirements. Strong computer skills in window applications.
  • Must be Team Oriented.
  • Must have and maintain an appropriate and valid Ontario driver’s license.
  • Must have and maintain legal access/entry to the United States.
  • Must have a minimum grade 12 education. Preference to candidates with post-secondary education, APICS, CPIM, or CSCP designation.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Tracking of all incoming and movement of material between both sub and direct suppliers.
  • Create and ensure all Purchase Order released are supported with precise required information and documentation.
  • All materials used in part manufacture meet with all Governmental compliance legislation (as required).
  • Track and follow up on all receipts supporting GFX ERP system.
  • Plan sub and suppliers’ releases to enable suppliers to meet delivery requirements.
  • Monitor and report departmental measurable as directed.
  • Maintain ERP and tracking systems for order follow up and releasing.
  • Ensure that the O.H.S.A. and internal safe operating principles are adhered to.
  • Other Duties as Assigned.

Receptionist

Location: Windsor On Department: Finance Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:

Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:

Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Ground Effects is looking for a Receptionist in Windsor, Ontario. Ground Effects Ltd. has dedicated itself to excellence since 1986 and has evolved into a multi-faceted supplier of quality interior/exterior accessory components for the automotive industry and more.

The Receptionist is the first person a visitor meets and must be professional, polite and helpful. The incumbent will be responsible for providing administrative assistances in daily office tasks.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Grade 12 education or equivalent College or University degree preferred
  • 3 years in office environment
  • Fluency in English both spoken and written.
  • Team oriented
  • Strong communication and organizational skills
  • Sound interpersonal skills with an ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Computer skills. Familiarity with Excel, Outlook, Word and MS office
  • Maintain neat and professional appearance
  • Familiarity with QS9000

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • The incumbent receives all operator assisted calls and must direct to the appropriate personnel or department.
  • Receives incoming mail, opens general mail, leaves confidential mail unopened, then proceeds to sort and distribute accordingly. With respect to invoices received from vendors, the incumbent stamps the invoices on the date received, checks the computation of the invoice, sorts the invoices in alphabetical order, initials the proper stamped area and forwards the invoices daily to the Administrative Assistant Accounts Payable.
  • Responsible to prepare the bank deposits from the cheques received, type various letters and memos as requested and arranges for courier pick up and deliveries.
  • Arranges for the provision of materials and supplies for meetings which may include refreshments and or food.
  • Keeps the postage meter filled and processes all outgoing mail.
  • Monitors weekly inventory of all plant office supplies, and orders accordingly.
  • In the event of problems with any fax machine or photocopier, the incumbent calls the appropriate Service company and follows up to ensure machine is in good operating condition.
  • For miscellaneous parts which are being exported or imported, the incumbent prepares related custom and courier documentation
  • The incumbent also performs other miscellaneous duties or special projects as assigned by the managers.

 

Human Resources Facility Supervisor

Location: Whitby, ON Department: Human Resources Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a Human Resources Facility Supervisor to join our growing organization in Whitby, ON. The position of HR Facility Supervisor consists of overseeing the HR responsibilities within the assigned facility. Requirements include, supervise recruitment services, HRIS System and headcounts are updated, conduct and oversee internal investigations, policies and processes are adhered to and all tasks are completed in a timely manner by HR and leadership team.

Job Requirements:

  • Secondary education in human resources or related field.
  • Human Resources designation (CHRP/CHRL) preferred.
  • 3 to 5 years of HR Coordinator or Generalist experience, with emphasis in automotive manufacturing
  • Fluent in English
  • Experience with HRIS systems
  • Excellent oral, verbal and written communication skills
  • Good problem-solving skills and critical thinking ability
  • Experience with federal and state employment law requirement
  • Excellent computer skills including MS office
  • Ability to build long term relationships and put effort in earning trust
  • Strong analytical skills, problem-solving and critical thinking abilities
  • Ability to perform well in high pressure situations
  • Familiarity with TS16949 or IATF 16949, Environmental Management System and OSHA Requirements
  • Bilingual in French or Spanish is a plus

Job Description:

  • Support facility Human Resources Department.
  • Oversee employee life cycle process including recruitment, job postings, interview process, prepare employment offer letters, status change, promotion, demotions, corrective actions, terminations and layoff letters.
  • Provides employee services that meet the needs of employees, facilitates problem solving of employee concerns, manages employee information and provides employment related information in a timely manner.
  • Conduct investigations for conflict resolution, harassment and workplace violence claims.
  • Attend management meetings and provide advice on administration of human resources policies, procedures, staff recommendations, employee morale, and departmental improvements to for assigned facility
  • Compile HR metrics, analyzing, reporting and identifying trends with recommendations for management review for assigned facility (recruitment, training, health and safety, etc.)

 

E-Coat Technical Supervisor

Location: Windsor On Department: Production Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario. At GFX, we have created a culture that...

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario. At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a E-Coat Technical Supervisor to join our growing organization in Windsor, ON. The E-Coat Technical Supervisor must manage and assign daily work instructions to each Lab Technician that coordinate with production requirements while consistently complying with the provisions of O.H.S.A and various H&S requirements. In addition, E-Coat Technical Supervisors are required to ensure that all Lab Technician staff are following proper housekeeping and code of conduct.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Grade 12 education required; College or bachelor's degree Preferred.
  • Experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably in a supervisory or managerial role.
  • Must be familiar with IATF 16949 requirements, ISO awareness, 5S and Kaizen policies and significant Environmental aspects such as waste management.
  • Must be familiar with the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Must have and maintain an appropriate and valid Ontario Driver's license.
  • Strong computer skills.

Job Description:

  • Assign Daily work instructions and coordinate production requirements to Lab Tech staff
  • Ensure that 5S and Kaizen Housekeeping practices are adhered to
  • Maintain communication with other roles of responsibility (E-coat Line Technician, E-coat Facility Supervisor, etc...)
  • Investigate documented daily inspections and provide guidance for any appropriate corrective action involving unsafe conditions
  • Ensure that only authorized individuals are operating equipment
  • Initiate progressive discipline actions, according to policy
  • Work closely with the J.H.S.C and assist as required
  • Work closely with the Plant Manager to ensure that production is running effectively and efficiently
  • Provide leadership and direction to Lab Technicians
  • Document and analyze audits pertaining to lab results, 5S and Kaizen, ensuring shop floor cleanliness
  • Ensure daily check sheets and performance appraisals are completed in a timely manner

IT Data Specialist

Location: Windsor On Department: IT Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a IT Data Specialist to join our growing organization in Windsor, ON. The IT Data Specialist will play a crucial role in our ERP, Enterprise Data Management, and Project Management Office (PMO). The Data Specialist will be responsible for supporting and ensuring accurate and complete master data within our ERP (Epicor) that will maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of our Epicor system. It is mandatory for the candidate to have experience collaborating across departments and use of Epicor system.

Job Requirements:

  • 3-5 years as demonstrated user of ERP systems.
  • 3+ years of experience in Automotive
  • Experience using Epicor
  • Strong ability to work in a fast-paced environment and change direction quickly dependent on tasks.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Strong communication and teamwork skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with all organizational levels within the company.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate significant amounts of information with attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Proven experience in eliciting requirements and testing.

Job Description:

  • Data maintenance for main ERP system and for other related systems
  • Part maintenance (including MRP requirements)
  • BOM/ MOM data to ensure accurate operation details
  • Customer and Supplier data
  • Create consistency in data
  • Maintain operations, resource groups, employee access/ records.
  • Engineering change timing
  • Coordinate and pull data across company
  • Requirements for data management.
  • Research information for incomplete data or documentation
  • Respond to queries for relevant information from management, customers, etc.
  • Develop ERP training programs and provide support for new and existing users.
  • Comply with data integrity and security policies.
  • Control Master Data
  • Business Relationship Management, Demand Management and Project Management Office (PMO):
  • Work with key business customers to define project scope and identify and prioritize requirements.
  • Work with PMO to facilitate demand prioritization and other PMO-related processes.
  • Help the Business define reporting and system process requirements.
  • Own and develop a relationship with the business and external partners, working with them to optimize and enhance our systems and integrations.

Plant Manager

Location: Windsor On Department: Production Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a Plant Manager to join our growing organization in Windsor, ON. The Plant Manager is responsible for scheduling manufacturing activities based on customer releases, assigning work to their direct reports, oversee product handling and keeping the customer(s) updated on pertinent information.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Grade 12 education required; College or bachelor's degree Preferred.
  • 5 years’ experience as a Production Manager in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong technical background
  • 5 years’ experience as a Plant Manager in an automotive manufacturing environment of similar size/headcount.
  • Must be familiar with IATF 16949/ISO requirements, Health and Safety legislation and Significant Environmental Aspects including: Propane (Lift Truck Fuel); Surplus Resource Utilization/Energy Use; Waste Management; Use of Hazardous Materials (WHMIS)
  • Must have and maintain an appropriate and valid Ontario Driver's license.
  • Computer skills.
  • Understanding of operational KPI’s to manage a successful facility.
  • Blueprint reading knowledge.
  • General understanding of the function and operation of fabricating equipment.

Job Description:

  • Schedule manufacturing activities based on customer releases so as to minimize inventory while providing the customer with prompt delivery.
  • Ensure that orders are released in the chronological order (FIFO) unless circumstances dictate that the release date is overridden to comply with various customer needs.
  • Assign work to direct reports
  • Maintain communication channels with direct reports so as to ensure efficient daily operations.
  • Assist direct reports with attendance management, performance management and corrective action of production employees.
  • Oversee product handling to ensure products are properly handled so as to prevent damage and stored in designated areas.
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of quality control plans.
  • Receive and review Shift reports from Production Supervisors and address areas of concern/problem.
  • Per the IATF16949 requirements, ensure that production floor is equipped with proper work instructions and procedures to carry out manufacturing activities.
  • Ensure all work in process is properly tagged in accordance with procedures and instructions.
  • Ensure properly maintained equipment and appropriate trained personal are available to carry out these activities.

 

Production Manager

Location: Windsor On Department: Production Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a Production Manager to join our growing organization in Windsor, ON. Production Manager manages the operations of all production areas to ensure that volume, cost, and quality standards are achieved. Plans and establishes work schedules, staffing requirements, and production sequences to maximize productivity and adhere to safety standards.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Grade 12 education required; College or bachelor's degree Preferred.
  • 5 years’ experience as a Production Manager in a manufacturing environment.
  • Must be familiar with quality and automotive certification requirements and Health and Safety Legislation.
  • Must have a strong technical background and have a general understanding of the function and operation of fabricating equipment.
  • Must have blueprint reading knowledge.
  • Must be team oriented and have excellent communication skills.
  • Must have excellent organization skills.
  • Strong Computer Skills

Job Description:

  • Works directly with the Production Scheduler and Production Supervisors to ensure the manufacturing activities are set up and structured based on meeting customer releases so as to minimize inventory while providing the customer with prompt delivery.
  • Customer release are derived from EDI transmissions or whichever transmission platform is used (ie. Excel sheets, email form etc)
  • Maintain communication channels with direct reports so as to ensure efficient daily operations.
  • When and where required, assist direct reports with attendance management, performance management and corrective action of production associates.
  • Responsibilities to ensure the following:
  • Ensure the orders are released in the chronological order (FIFO) unless circumstances dictate that the release date is overridden to comply with various customer needs.
  • Ensure all work in process is properly tagged in accordance with procedures and instructions.
  • Ensure properly maintained equipment and appropriate trained associates are available to carry out manufacturing activities.
  • Ensure that external and internal safe operating principles are in place and adhered to. Comply with provisions of Safety Regulator Governing Bodies and take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of the worker.
  • Be visible, assume leadership, assist in developing and initiating an effective health and safety attitude.
  • Participate and initiate in continuous safety training.
  • Oversee product handling to prevent damage and stored in designated areas.
  • Per certified quality and automotive requirements, ensure that production floor is equipped with proper work instructions and procedures to carry out manufacturing activities.
  • Provide input in continuous improvement and APQP meetings.
  • Provide continuous review of departmental processes to improve overall efficiencies.
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of quality control plans.
  • Receive and review Shift reports from Production Supervisors and address areas of concern/problem.
  • Review daily production entries from FX system orders to ensure accuracy.
  • Review and disposition of nonconforming products and assist in providing solutions in prevent of their reoccurrence.

 

Commodity Buyer

Location: Windsor On Department: Purchasing Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:

Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:

Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Ground Effects is looking for a Commodity Buyer to assist the Purchasing department in Windsor, Ontario. Ground Effects Ltd. has dedicated itself to excellence since 1986 and has evolved into a multi-faceted supplier of quality interior/exterior accessory components for the automotive industry and more.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • 5-10 years' of purchasing experience within a manufacturing industry preference in automotive.
  • Technical college diploma and / or university degree
  • Experience with MRO
  • SCMP designation or equivalent preferred
  • Require highly effective skills in organization, planning and communication and the ability to work in a team environment
  • Detail and goal-oriented
  • Strong business computer skills
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills are mandatory
  • Advanced computer skills with emphasis on MS Office applications, SharePoint, Electronic Project Management Systems, including data base manipulation

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Define, develop and implement strategy for the assigned commodity, including management and optimization of the supplier panel.
  • Lead the negotiations process including timelines and facilitate the decision-making process. Negotiate best contract (commercial and technical package) for Procurement requirements. Ensure commercial gatekeeping during implementation.
  • Work with the engineering team during early stage of design to influence cost and lead time. Promote standardization, modularization, and upstream integration.
  • Drive cross-functional team to perform Supplier capacity/capability assessments.
  • Work with critical and/or challenged suppliers to improve On Time Delivery and First Pass Yield to target levels. Act as an escalation point for the Production Buyers, and manage critical supplier recovery schedules to meet organization’s demand requirements.
  • Understand and track performance of the organizations spend, supply market, costs, and tiers of suppliers.
  • Conduct and evaluate competitive intelligence, market reports, trade periodicals and sales promotion materials and visit trade shows, showrooms, factories and product design events.
  • Support development of business cases and track supplier performance and cost savings.
  • Manage the business review process with suppliers to ensure that market trends, supplier performance and the future business needs of the sectors are aligned

Plant Manager

Location: Whitby, ON Department: Production Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a Plant Manager to join our growing organization in Whitby, ON. The Plant Manager is responsible for overseeing the operations of their entire plant. They must ensure their plant schedule is set based on customer releases, assigning work to their direct reports, and overseeing product handling to prevent damage. They must ensure all activities are done with the upmost attention to safety and quality while meeting budget expectations.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Grade 12 education required; College or bachelor's degree Preferred.
  • 5 years’ experience as a Production Manager in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong technical background
  • Must be familiar with IATF 16949/ISO requirements, Health and Safety legislation and Significant Environmental Aspects including: Propane (Lift Truck Fuel); Surplus Resource Utilization/Energy Use; Waste Management; Use of Hazardous Materials (WHMIS)
  • Must have blueprint reading knowledge.
  • Must have and maintain an appropriate and valid Ontario Driver's license.
  • Computer skills
  • General understanding of the function and operation of fabricating equipment.
  • General understanding of monthly KPI’s of plant management.

Job Description:

  • Schedule manufacturing activities based on customer releases so as to minimize inventory while providing the customer with prompt delivery.
  • Ensure that orders are released in the chronological order (FIFO) unless circumstances dictate that the release date is overridden to comply with various customer needs.
  • Assign work to direct reports
  • Maintain communication channels with direct reports so as to ensure efficient daily operations.
  • Assist direct reports with attendance management, performance management and corrective action of production employees.
  • Oversee inventory control to ensure products are properly handled, stored in designated areas and manage over all costs of goods to ensure budget is maintained.
  • Assist in the creation and implementation of quality control plans.
  • Receive and review Shift reports from Production Supervisors and address areas of concern/problem.
  • Per the IATF16949 requirements, ensure that production floor is equipped with proper work instructions and procedures to carry out manufacturing activities.
  • Ensure all work in process is properly tagged in accordance with procedures and instructions.
  • Ensure properly maintained equipment and appropriate trained personal are available to carry out these activities.

Total Rewards Specialist

Location: Windsor On Department: Human Resources Type: Full Time Show More

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario....

Who We Are:
Established in 1986, Ground Effects has grown to become a multi-faceted supplier of interior and exterior accessory components for the automotive industry. We are a global company, headquartered in Windsor, Ontario.

At GFX, we have created a culture that values long-standing employees and excellence in everything we do. Employees can expect to be a part of a great team that values safety and quality.

Who You Are: Ground Effects is looking for a Total Rewards Specialist to join our growing organization in Windsor, ON. The Total Rewards Specialist will be responsible to assist with the administration of the compensation and rewards programs across the organizations United States and Canadian operations. The position will also assist with, which includes pension plan, wellness programs and insurance policies such as health, life, and disability for Canadian operations.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or equivalent field.
  • Concentration in Human Resources and/or Finance preferred
  • CHRP/CHRL or equivalent
  • 4 years’ experience in human resources with a focus on benefit administration, talent and/or compensation
  • More than 5 years’ experience focusing specifically on total rewards for a multiple location organization.
  • Ability to communicate effective written and verbally with various employees throughout the organization.
  • Knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations regarding the processing of health and retirement benefits.
  • Experience in Microsoft Suite, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • In-depth understanding of provincial and federal pension plan requirements to ensure compliance.
  • The ability to present information clearly and in a manner that is understandable to managers and employees and to answer questions.
  • Fluent in English
  • Familiar with HRIS systems and employment law
  • Excellent communication, organizational, time management and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of benefit programs.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and critical thinking ability
  • Excellent analytical skills to research and evaluate benefits programs to make informed choices.
  • Must stay up-to-date on industry trends and changes to help keep the company competitive in recruitment of top management and employees.
  • Must have good decision-making ability.
  • Ability to build long term relationships and put effort in earning trust.
  • Ability to administer and enforce compliance with company policies and procedure.
  • Ability to perform well in high pressure situations.
  • Sound knowledge of all HR disciplines including recruitment, employee relations, talent management, compensation, Health and Safety policies and procedures including Workers Compensation
  • Able to deal with people sensitively, tactfully, diplomatically, and professionally always.
  • Able to work efficiently as a part of a team as well as independently
  • Advanced computer skills including MS Office.

Job Description:

  • Support day-to-day Compensation Administration
  • Assist with the administration of the annual performance and merit review, bonuses and other compensation processes for Salary and Hourly employees.
  • Maintain job description for all hourly and salary roles.
  • Assist with the job evaluation process for new and/or updated positions for Hourly and Salary employees.
  • Support Rewards and Wellness Programs
  • Coordinate and administer various of employee programs (such as Education Assistance, Professional Development, etc.)
  • Assist with wellness initiatives for all Canadian facilities to help keep health insurance costs down.
  • Assist with educating employees and site HR team members on the impact of current and new wellness initiatives including companywide wellness challenges, initiatives, or new information.
  • Support the administration of the wellness platform by ensuring updated information, communication and/or notifications are provided to employees
  • Support day-to-day Benefits Administration
  • Be the first point of contact for all benefit-related inquiries for Canadian employees.
  • Communicate the details of the benefits program to employees and/or site HR team members.
  • Assist with the employee benefit updates, changes, new hire enrollments, terminations, etc.
  • Assist with annual compliance testing and audits
  • Create information packages to explain changes in benefits to employees and/or site HR team members.
  • Assist with auditing enrollments and invoices; communicate discrepancies to vendors
  • Assist with processing and submitting claims and invoices for payment required weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.
  • Support day-to-day Benefits Administration
  • Be the first point of contact for all benefit-related inquiries for Canadian employees.
  • Communicate the details of the benefits program to employees and/or site HR team members.
  • Assist with the employee benefit updates, changes, new hire enrollments, terminations, etc.
  • Assist with annual compliance testing and audits
  • Create information packages to explain changes in benefits to employees and/or site HR team members.
  • Assist with auditing enrollments and invoices; communicate discrepancies to vendors
  • Assist with processing and submitting claims and invoices for payment required weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.
  • Ensure compliance with all related company and regulatory policies for compensation, benefits, and pension requirements
  • Gather data from various sources (HRIS, excel, etc.), as well as conduct data audits and analyses to identify discrepancies; coordinate with all relevant parties to make corrections.
  • Assist Manager with any additional compliance requirements at the municipal, province and federal level (as applicable) for Canadian benefits and pension programs.
  • Support HR operations, as needed, with various tasks related to talent, development, training, etc.

 

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