Human Resources Generalist
Edmonton, AB

Nichols Environmental (Canada) Ltd. (Nichols) is a full-service geo-environmental consulting and remediation firm that provides environmental and engineering solutions to a wide range of industrial, government and public sector clients. Nichols continues to expand our operations throughout western Canada and requires qualified individuals to join our team.

Our core values of growth, respect, accountability, and flexibility guide our business in every decision we make and opportunity we pursue. We are actively seeking individuals that align with these core values to further develop our team and realize our strategic vision. Creating value for great people is what we are all about as there is significant growth potential within our company for the right individual.

Our Edmonton head office is seeking an experienced HR Generalist to develop, implement, and oversee various aspects of human resources management. As the sole HR Generalist, you will play a crucial role in contributing to the growth of the corporation by fostering a positive, dynamic, respectful, and psychologically safe work environment through talent acquisition and retention. The successful candidate should have the following:

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree, Diploma or Certificate in Human Resources or comparable experience.
  • Proven experience as an HR Generalist, Coordinator, Manager, or comparable role within the construction and/or engineering industry experience is an asset.
  • Proven experience and knowledge of HR disciplines including but not limited to recruitment, onboarding, offboarding, engagement, compensation, benefits, training, policies, and payroll.
  • Highly developed emotional intelligence with a successful track record for developing professional relationships.
  • A Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation or working toward designation is a plus.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of HR-related legislation including but not limited to Alberta Employment Standards Code, Saskatchewan Employment Act, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), and Workers Compensation Board (WCB).
  • Exceptional communication skills – both written and verbal, with meticulous attention to detail.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide advice and expertise on best practices, recruitment, conflict resolution, Equality Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) initiatives, legislative requirements, performance management, progressive discipline, and more.
  • Ability to navigate difficult/challenging conversations, demonstrating exceptional interpersonal skills and the capacity to demonstrate neutrality in facilitating constructive resolution.
  • Suggest, create, and update internal policies, processes, and procedures to continually improve efficiency and the employee experience.
  • Partner with leaders to provide guidance in addressing and resolving employee concerns, maintain company culture, and identify when to involve additional stakeholders.
  • Lead the full recruitment cycle including creation/updating of job descriptions, job posts, screening, interviewing, references, and job offers.
  • Handle all administrative tasks for onboarding, new hire orientation, performance management and training, exit interviews, and more.
  • Administer benefits, payroll, compensation changes, and employee data.

Along with a competitive compensation and benefits package, Nichols offers a first-class and engaging corporate culture.  We also provide our employees with the flexibility to work from home on a limited basis, while still being supported by an experienced team.

Nichols is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We recognize that the talent we attract may have unique requests that enable individual success in the interview process. Please let us know how we can support you and we look forward to seeing your application. Fill out the form below to apply:

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