University of Toronto

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Talent Managment Advisor

Dec 09, 2018
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Toronto, Ontario
Early Career

Description:  As an ambassador of the University of Toronto, you will be responsible for developing and executing comprehensive recruitment strategies for a wide range of unionized and non-unionized staff positions in the Faculty of Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH). Reporting to the Talent Management Consultant, you will show an unwavering commitment to the University’s mandate of matching highly qualified candidates with enriching career opportunity. Your exceptional relationship building skills will enable you to forge collaborative partnerships with hiring managers and HR staff, and to build and maintain a robust pipeline of candidates.

You will play an integral role in the design and delivery of talent development workshops and programs aimed at driving staff recruitment and retention. With a genuine interest in helping others, you will also support the University community as a trusted coach and advisor to both internal and external applicants.

Our HR office’s goal is to hire and retain top quality talent that is broadly reflective of the community and ensure that the Faculties’ recruitment practices are fair, equitable, proactive and transparent.

Qualifications:  (Minimum)

University degree with a specialization in Human Resources or an equivalent acceptable combination of education and experience.

Three years’ experience in successfully recruiting for a broad range of administrative, managerial and technical positions; experience recruiting in a unionized environment preferred. Highly successful experience sourcing candidates, including the passive job seeker. Experience writing clear and meaningful job postings and effective interview questions. Experience designing and delivering training and development workshops highly desirable. A proven record of accomplishment in developing and managing professional relationships at all levels required.

Advanced skills in MS Office. Working knowledge of applicant tracking systems; knowledge of HRIS systems an asset. Ability mining online databases and leveraging social media networks.

Professional and polished presenter, with exceptional oral, written communication and active listening skills. Highly creative. Self-directed and motivated. Excellent client service orientation. Strong relationship and networking skills. Ability to work independently with a high degree of initiative, discretion and tact. Ability to interact with senior managers and academic administrators in a manner that generates their attention and respect, facilitates cooperation and achieves consensus. Ability to quickly grasp requirements of collective agreements and recruitment policies and practices of the University of Toronto; highly skilled at providing value-added strategic advice aligned with employment legislation and internal policies and procedures. Ability to manage competing demands, accept feedback, and be adaptable and flexible. Strong team player. Attentive to detail. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information appropriately. Ability to manage a high volume of talent management activities including requisition, project and partnership management. Demonstrated commitment to equity and diversity.


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