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Human Resources and Health, Safety and Environment Manager

DriverCheck is a national provider of workplace medical testing and assessments based in Ayr, Ontario. DriverCheck has about 140 employees primarily located in Ontario and Alberta. This position is based out of our Ayr, Ontario (Head Office location). Visit

Nature and Scope of Work:

The primary focus of this role is to manage the HR and HSE functions for the company. The Manager of HR and HSE will promote a safe workplace, promote a performance based culture and promote a positive work environment with high staff morale. The Manager of HR and HSE will uphold the DriverCheck Qualities of a Manager and will appropriately embody the DriverCheck Difference.

The specific duties and accountabilities of the manager include but are not limited to:

Department-specific role and function for the management of medical clinics:

• Responsible for overseeing all human resources services for the company
• Be the lead on recruiting, interviewing, and hiring all staff and handle terminations
• Liaise with recruiting agencies
• Create and maintain all policies and procedures related to the human resources of the company
• Create various types of correspondence (letters, performance plans, newsletters, etc.)
• Provide and assist with financial analysis of items related to human resources
• Oversee internal equity and pay equity processes
• Be responsible for the wage review and compensation policy
• Act as lead on annual performance review process
• Ensure the “DriverCheck culture” is incorporated into all human resource services and assist in creating positive morale in the workplace
• Act as a liaise with the DriverCheck social committee
• Liaise with legal counsel to carry out department duties as needed
• Ensure policies and practices are compliant with all applicable legislation;
• Act as a neutral party and link between employees and management as required
• Manage the group benefit and EAP programs
• Lead, complete and participate in key projects as assigned
• Liaise with payroll staff as required
• Responsible for maintaining accurate employee files and related documentation

Health and Safety role and functions:

• Manage HSE policies and procedures
• Act as management representative on Joint Health and Safety Committee
• Conduct hazard assessments, and eliminate or reduce associated risks
• Ensure incidents are reported and investigated, and that corrective actions are taken
• Set a standard of performance and behaviour (lead by example)
• Communicate expectations for health and safety to co-workers
• Promote health and safety awareness and education
• Work with all managers on health, safety and environment related processes
• Ensure training needs are identified and met
• Establish and instruct workers in safe procedures and practices
• Ensure workers are aware of hazards and are trained to perform their job safely
• Ensure proper maintenance of equipment, tools, and PPE
• Manage company certifications (e.g. COR, ISNetworld)

Required Skills and Qualifications:

• Must be in good standing as a Certified Human Resources Professional or actively working towards that designation
• Working experience with provincial occupational health regulations
• Minimum 5-10 years of human resources and health, safety and environment work experience
• Possess superior competence in Excel
• Have the ability to chair meetings and presentations
• Must have excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with proven ability to work effectively across multiple functional areas and various professional disciplines
• Have superior interpersonal, communication and public relations skills
• Demonstrate excellent critical thinking, decision-making and problem-solving skills
• Payroll experience is an asset


• 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday
• Occasional travel may be required, mostly within Alberta

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