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A leader in sustainable energy, TransAlta has over 100 years of experience generating power and is one of Canada’s top 50 Socially Responsible Companies since 2009, recognized as a global leader for sustainability and corporate responsibility standards.
TransAlta operates 75 facilities in three countries; Australia, Canada, and United States.
TransAlta is committed to fostering a dynamic, productive and safe work environment. Our employees contribute to a diverse, open, and transparent culture with clear accountability, strong leadership and challenging opportunities for personal career growth.
TransAlta is seeking a suitably qualified Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) to join the HR team located in Calgary.
This role will partner with business leaders to deliver tactical and strategic HR solutions to their designated client groups within the Shared Services, Corporate Services and Generations business units.
The HRBP is accountable to develop, implement, and manage strategies designed to support the overall HR business plan. The role is accountable to provide professional HR guidance to client groups with the objective of facilitating successful completion of goals.
This includes all aspects of workforce planning, and people processes (performance, development, employee relations etc.
to enhance business performance.
Providing best in class HR advise and business partnerships for client groups in support of business plans.
Partnering with business leaders on setting related business priorities and resource allocation to address any and all operational challenges and opportunities.
Managing all aspects of the functional human resource programs including planning, organizing and providing direction and control to ensure on-time delivery within budget.
Providing employee and labour relations support which may include supporting the bargaining and negotiating process for collective agreements;
grievance and arbitration preparation; performance and discipline.
Identifying and mitigating risks on initiatives and activities that may impact areas of reputation, legislative compliance and employee or labour relations.
Operating in accordance with company policies, procedures, standards, regulatory and legal requirements; ensuring these requirements are understood and adhered to by the business.
Building organizational alignment (e.g. positions, accountabilities and authorities, people, deliverables, tasks).
Supporting change management and employee engagement plans.
Supporting the development and implementation of strategies, processes and methods to build organizational capability.
Partnering with operations management in forecasting and planning the talent pipeline requirements in line with the function / business strategy.
Providing professional HR guidance within a framework that demonstrates an understanding of business trends and needs.
Skills and Qualifications :
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business or Social Sciences
Current Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation or working towards
Minimum five (5) years’ experience in human resource management with broad based generalist experience.
Experience with collective agreement interpretation, employee relations issues, human rights, and performance management and labour practices
Ability to engage, manage difficult conversations and influence outcomes while maintaining strong trusting relationships
Demonstrates capability to understand the business and create the link between HR strategy and business strategy
Demonstrates the ability to identify potential and existing problems and create effective solutions to address them following appropriate analysis.
Labor Relations experience in a unionized environment is an asset;
Our comprehensive and flexible benefits, competitive compensation, incentive and rewards programs form the foundation of TransAlta’s excellent employment proposition.
Come on board!