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People & Culture Lead

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People & Culture Lead


The People & Culture Manager role is part of the Alliance Management Team and plays a key part in the Alliance’s overall people, high performance and culture development strategies. 

Key activities include:

  • Support the Alliance Project Manager;
  • Work with the AMT to provide united and visible leadership across the project;
  • Develop, implement and champion the High Performance Plan;
  • Intervene where unhealthy behaviors or outcomes are evident;
  • Work constructively with the Alliance Coach to facilitate a high performance culture; 
  • Provide insights and assistance to building a high performance team;
  • Facilitate workshops, present training modules and undertake leadership, team and individual coaching as required;
  • Provide oversight and direction into indigenous cultures being included and expressed in the alliance outcomes;
  •  Apply generalist human resource knowledge across all aspects of the Alliance, delivering measurable value to the ALT/AMT and wider project team members;
  • Embed and champion human resource policies, information systems, projects and practices which are aligned and meet the needs of our project team;
  • Put in place and execute on strategies to identify, attract, and retain the right team members;
  • Working closely with the project team to implement available tools & resources across the Alliance.

Duties & Responsibilities

The People & Culture Manager will actively promote the desired culture of the Alliance in a manner that supports the Alliance vision and objectives and abide by the nominated Workplace Policies.  This will be achieved via:

  • Recruitment strategy 
  • Succession Planning
  • Alliance Culture implementation
  • Policies, Procedures and Compliance 
  • Training & Development programs
  • General HR support & counsel
  • Reporting & Compliance measures

The Skills & Experience identified for this role:

Essential Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management (preferred but not essential);
  • 5 years minimum in Human Resource Management;
  • Ability to consult effectively with the project team, key stakeholders, and external agencies;
  • Proven experience in training and development activities;
  • Ability to prepare reports, papers, policies and procedures & training material;
  • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality at all times;
  • A pragmatic approach to business, entrepreneurial attitude.

Personal Competencies 

  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • High level of interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal. 
  • Ability to work effectively with people at all levels, within a team and the ability to understand and build strategic working relationships. 
  • Display a high level of initiative and drive.


  • Vancouver Island ( near Duncan, BC)

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