Aug 13, 2019

Human Resources Manager - Cardinal

  • Ingredion
  • Cardinal, Ontario, Canada
Full time HR & Talent Management

Job Description

Ingredion is hiring a Human Resources Manager to serve as a trusted advisor to department leaders and to deliver leadership in talent development, culture change, employee relations, training and development, labor relations, performance management, total rewards planning, succession planning and talent acquisition.  The Human Resources Group is focused on promoting employee growth and helping employees in professional development, gaining needed experience for future roles, and expanding the depth of knowledge and expertise.


As a Human Resources Manager, your responsibilities will include:

  • Directing and coordinating all talent acquisition activities, ensuring the recruitment of high quality talent capable of supporting the short and long-term needs of the business
  • Interpreting and applying policies, procedures, and programs, and the local collective bargaining agreement, ensuring consistent application while working with management to provide solutions that balance business and employee needs in compliance with Company policy and the law
  • Partnering with plant management to ensure organizational effectiveness, ensuring the right talent is in place to implement value added business processes and systems and that support the strategic goals of the plant and the Company
  • Deploys change management to support the implementation of new processes, technologies, and programs
  • Leads strategies with plant management team to improve culture


The Human Resources Manager position is well-suited for you if you:

  • Insightfully use functional knowledge and experience to drive delivery of goals
  • Inspire and focus the team to adapt to changing requirements while maintaining momentum
  • Utilize data and facts to articulate the need for change and build commitment from others; as well as consistently engage team members in seeking out opportunities for improvement
  • Build collaboration and trust among team members by delivering on their promises and support others to build relationships and work productively with internal and external partners
  • Provide honest and open feedback on an ongoing basis, guiding and coaching individuals to build their capabilities


Qualified candidates will have:

  • a bachelor’s degree in human resources or related field and seven or more years’ of human resources experience in a manufacturing environment, preferably a union environment
  • strong organizational skills with the ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple projects in a fast paced and demanding environment
  • demonstrated strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively at multiple levels of the organization
  • proven leadership and change management skills and an ability to work effectively with a management team
  • strong knowledge of employment law and knowledge of total rewards practices and administration

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