Human Resources Business Partner | Fredericton or Moncton NB

Who we are

Bulletproof is a premiere technology company founded in Atlantic Canada in 2000. Driven by innovative, empowered and creative teamwork, we build solutions that solve business challenges and deliver overall business improvement for our global clients. At Bulletproof, we are committed to our customers, our team and our communities..

Bulletproof’s practices include Security and Network Operations Centers, Quality Assurance and Testing, Integration, Consulting, Education and Product Fulfillment; working together to provide true end-to-end business solutions. Our Security Operations Center protects our clients 24 hours a day by providing extensive Infrastructure Services, including best-in-class technology offerings. Our commitment to our Microsoft Practice elevates productivity and collaboration capabilities, and our Learning Solutions allow us to enhance the knowledge and skill sets of all our clients.


We are growing and are building a team to help us achieve our goals; in Atlantic Canada, across the Country, into the USA and Internationally. We have ambitious plans to leverage our depth of experience across our practices and we are building an ambitious team to achieve those goals together. 

 


About the role

We are seeking a talented Human Resources Business Partner who will build relationships with the team and provide direct, full-cycle HR support throughout our Bulletproof division within Canada and a small team in the US. This position works directly with Bulletproof management and our parent Company, Gaming Laboratories International ‘s (GLI) global HR/Legal team.  


Responsibilities

This role will include, but will not be limited to the following:

Employee Relations:
• Pro-actively works with management on employee relations matters including, but not limited to, disciplinary action, demotions, restructuring, lay-offs and terminations
• Acts as the liaison between global HR/Legal and Bulletproof on employee relations that involve negative employment actions (i.e., warnings, demotions, terminations, etc.); makes recommendations based on documentation and observations
• Provides leadership throughout the organization in the implementation and maintenance of highly effective employee engagement strategies; measures effectiveness of these initiatives by working with the global HR team on the rollout and follow up of employee engagement surveys
• Updates/creates HR policies in conjunction with global HR/Legal to ensure that we are in compliance with federal and provincial law
• Works with management to ensure we communicate with employees in a timely and appropriate manner the Company, initiatives, etc.

Talent Acquisition:
• Uses innovative sourcing techniques to find high quality candidates for internal and external candidates to fill job vacancies for administrative, technical and managerial positions within Canada and the US
• Conducts HR interviews and coordinates interviews with hiring managers
• Hires and on-boards new employees

Talent Management:
• Provides direction/guidance to the management team with regard to providing feedback, administering rewards/recognition programs, promotions, etc
• Oversees and administers the annual performance review process

Compensation and Benefits:
• Administers benefit programs
• Acts as point of contact and responds to all employee inquiries/issues regarding benefits coverage
• Creates and maintains job descriptions for all BP positions
• Researches and recommends salary ranges for positions
• Assists management with the salary review and bonus process
• Ensures that extended leaves of absence are handled in accordance with BP policy, local and federal laws

Training and Administrative:
• Delivers and/or coordinates employee training regarding HR policies, procedures and programs
• Acts as systems administrator for our HRIS, ATS, LMS and PMS systems
• Ensures all Bulletproof employee documents/records are uploaded into our electronic personnel files
• All other duties as assigned

Qualifications


Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, or other related discipline required
• Human Resources certification (CPHR) preferred
• Minimum of 5 years of HR Generalist with experience in recruiting, employee relations, benefits and training
• Prior experience starting an HR Department or working as a sole HR practitioner is preferred, as well as, experience with an international company
• Strong Microsoft Word, Outlook Excel and Power Point skills
• Prior experience working with HRIS, HRMS, ATS and LMS is required; experience working with ADP (HRB, Time & Attendance and/or Workforce Now 7) and Cornerstone is preferred
• Excellent oral and written communication skills; able to deliver presentations to employees and Management
• Excellent organization skills including the ability to handle and organize multiple projects and deadlines
• Must demonstrate a high degree of attention to quality, details, correctness and deadlines
• Valid driver’s license
• Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation


Travel Expectations:

• Local, domestic and international travel may be required for this position up to 10% of the time
• Must hold a valid passport and Drivers’ License

We offer excellent paid benefits that include:

• Extended Medical and Dental Health Benefits (Upon completion of 3 months probation)
• 50% RRSP Matching Contribution by Company of up to 5% of gross annual salary (Upon completion of 3 months probation)
• Paid Vacation and Sick Days

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