À propos du Conseil RHiM

Faciliter la collaboration au sein du secteur minier canadien.

Raison d’être

Le Conseil des ressources humaines de l’industrie minière (Conseil RHiM) est un organisme canadien sans but lucratif dont la mission consiste à cibler les occasions et à relever les défis du secteur canadien des minéraux et des métaux sur le plan des ressources humaines et de la main-d’œuvre.

Notre mission

Il stimule la collaboration entre les intervenants de l’industrie pour mieux comprendre les tendances du marché du travail, relever les occasions qui se présentent et trouver des solutions aux problèmes qui touchent les ressources humaines.

Notre vision

Sa vision? Bâtir une main-d’œuvre canadienne diversifiée, durable, fiable et qualifiée qui est reconnue à l’échelle internationale.

Nos valeurs

  • Collaboration
  • Engagement
  • Inclusion
  • Efficacité
  • Respect
  • Intégrité
  • Connaissances

Découvrez quelques-unes des nombreuses réalisations du Conseil RHiM au cours de ses 25 années de collaboration de premier plan dans le secteur minier du Canada.

Notre travail est guidé par nos priorités. Voici un aperçu des priorités stratégiques de notre industrie.

Information sur le marché du travail

À titre d’organisme national visant à faciliter la collaboration dans l’ensemble du secteur minier canadien afin de comprendre les tendances du marché, de cibler les possibilités et d’élaborer des solutions, le Conseil RHiM améliorera :

  • la compréhension des problèmes en matière de RH, de l’offre et de la demande de main-d’œuvre, et des lacunes importantes par région et par profession;
  • l’approche à long terme en matière de gestion des RH, de prise de décisions et de planification de la main-d’œuvre;
  • l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre de stratégies proactives pour s’adapter à l’évolution du marché du travail;
  • la reconnaissance et la visibilité du Conseil RHiM en tant qu’expert principal en recherche sur le marché du travail pour le secteur minier canadien.

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Inclusion, diversité et pefectionnement professionnel

À titre d’organisme national visant à faciliter la collaboration dans l’ensemble du secteur minier canadien afin de comprendre les tendances du marché, de cibler les possibilités et d’élaborer des solutions, le Conseil RHiM améliorera :

  • la capacité de l’industrie à attirer des employés de divers groupes;
  • les mesures prises par l’industrie pour élaborer et mettre en œuvre des stratégies d’inclusion afin de favoriser le maintien en poste de divers groupes d’employés;
  • la sensibilisation, l’intérêt et la perception quant aux carrières dans l’industrie minière;
  • les liens et relations entre les chercheurs d’emploi, les établissements d’enseignement et l’industrie.

TOUS NOS PROGRAMMES IDPP

Normes professionnelles canadiennes et perfectionnement de la main d’œuvre

À titre d’organisme national visant à faciliter la collaboration dans l’ensemble du secteur minier canadien afin de comprendre les tendances du marché, de cibler les possibilités et d’élaborer des solutions, le Conseil RHiM améliorera :

  • la compréhension commune des connaissances, compétences et habiletés actuelles et pertinentes dans certaines professions de l’industrie minière;
  • la reconnaissance des normes professionnelles canadiennes (NPC) du Conseil RHiM par l’ensemble des gouvernements provinciaux et territoriaux et des intervenants de l’industrie minière;
  • l’harmonisation de la formation avec les exigences de l’industrie minière en matière de compétences;
  • la reconnaissance des normes nationales de formation du Conseil RHiM et de leur valeur dans l’harmonisation de la formation avec les NPC;
  • le bassin de travailleurs formés selon les NPC;
  • l’accès à la reconnaissance professionnelle des travailleurs miniers pour toutes les professions au sein du Conseil RHiM liées aux NPC;
  • le bassin de travailleurs possédant des compétences reconnues à l’échelle nationale;
  • l’employabilité et la transition de travailleurs dans certaines professions de l’industrie minière.</

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Engagements et partenariats statégiques

À titre d’organisme national visant à faciliter la collaboration dans l’ensemble du secteur minier canadien afin de comprendre les tendances du marché, de cibler les possibilités et d’élaborer des solutions, le Conseil RHiM améliorera :

  • la coopération et la collaboration entre les intervenants de l’industrie;
  • la connaissance des tendances sectorielles en matière de RH ainsi que la capacité à les aborder;
  • la mobilisation des intervenants;
  • la réponse aux besoins du secteur grâce à des programmes efficaces et représentatifs.

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Gouvernance

La structure de gouvernance du Conseil RHiM reflète notre industrie.

La plus grande partie des membres de notre conseil d’administration et de nos comités de programme sont des représentants des employeurs et des entrepreneurs du secteur minier au Canada. En plus des employeurs, nos conseils ou comités permanents peuvent aussi comprendre des représentants de syndicats, d’établissements d’enseignement, d’associations et de groupes autochtones.

Conseil d’administration

Le Conseil RHiM est régi par un conseil d’administration réunissant 14 personnes qui représentent un échantillon des employeurs, syndicats, associations, groupes d’équité et enseignants du secteur minier de partout au Canada.

Keith Harris-Lowe (Président)

Vice-président, Projets spéciaux

Agnico Eagle

Jenine Ellefson (Vice-présidente)

Vice-présidente, Ressources humaines

Newmont, Amérique du Nord

Dean Winsor (Ancienne président)

Vice-président, Ressources humaines

Teck Resources

Shanyn Bzowey

Directrice, talent et RH

Suncor Energy

Viviane Ajub

Chef des RH pour les opérations en Ontario

Vale

Geoff Smith

Vice-président, Affaires gouvernementales

Association minière du Canada

Jered Heigh

Responsable Acquisition et Développement de Talents

Cameco

Sherry Iskander

Conseillère principale, talent

Rio Tinto

Jan Romo

Représentant national

Unifor

Mario Santos

Représentante national

Unifor

Brian Vaillancourt

Vice-président, développement des affaires

College Boreal

Steve Ball

Chef de projet minier

Hatch

Glenn Nolan

Vice-président, Affaires gouvernementales

Ring of Fire Metals

Myles Sullivan

Directeur – District 6

United Steelworkers

Équipe du Conseil RHiM

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Possibilités de carrière au Conseil RHiM

Merci de votre intérêt pour joindre notre équipe!

Veuillez noter que le Conseil RHiM n’est pas un bureau de placement et n’offre pas de postes autres que ceux énumérés sur cette page. Le Conseil RHiM n’accepte aucun curriculum vitæ relatif à des postes généraux dans l’industrie minière. Veuillez consulter les sites d’emplois et les sites des entreprises pour connaître les possibilités d’emploi dans l’industrie minière.

Le Conseil RHiM s’engage à favoriser l’inclusion et la diversité au sein de son personnel. Veuillez consulter notre politique et nos procédures en matière d’inclusion et de diversité (anglais seulment) pour en savoir plus.

Senior Program Manager – Career Initiatives

About the position

Reporting to the Director of Inclusion, Diversity and Career Development, the Senior Program Manager – Career Initiatives is responsible for overseeing MiHR’s career engagement and wage subsidy programs to support the mining industry’s efforts to attract, recruit and develop a diverse workforce.  The Senior Program Manager will ensure the development and implementation of systems and processes required to effectively administer various programs.  They will engage with key industry stakeholders including employers, universities, colleges and others to advance the adoption and administration of MiHR’s projects, programs and services.  They will also support business development and proposal activities as well as lend cross-functional support and leadership to advance projects within the Inclusion, Diversity and Career Development (IDCD) team.

Responsibilities

  • Manage various projects and programs that help support attracting and recruiting youth, Indigenous peoples and other under-represented groups in the mining sector.
  • Lead the development of systems, processes, resources and materials to ensure effective program administration.
  • Ensure the development of, and adherence to, management systems, workflows and program policies and procedures to support the effective delivery of MiHR’s wage subsidy / co-op / internship programs.
  • Provide guidance, performance and development management to a small team of project managers and coordinators who implement and administer MiHR’s programs.
  • Engage with industry stakeholders and program participants to raise awareness of program opportunities and requirements, ensuring that wage subsidy targets are met and that participant experiences are meaningful and effective.
  • Monitor and report on project objectives, targets and financial progress, calculating and reporting cash and in-kind contributions as well as preparing and delivering project reports, updates, presentations and contributing to related communications.
  • Establish and maintain key performance measurement, evaluation, data management and validation strategies to monitor the effectiveness of projects, initiatives and stakeholder engagement and involvement.
  • Provide cross-functional support and leadership within the Inclusion, Diversity and Career Development team.
  • Contribute to business development activities of the Council.
  • Works collaboratively with MiHR staff, stakeholder and sector proponents to advance MiHR’s strategic goals.

Education/Experience

  • A relevant university degree or equivalent education/experience (social sciences, business, economics, education) and 6+ years of experience in a leadership / management role.
  • Knowledge and/or experience in the areas of coops, work-integrated learning/post-secondary education, retention HR, recruitment.
  • Experience in effectively leading projects and programs, and managing large budgets, multiple stakeholders and consultants.
  • Experience in the identification, development and implementation of public funding proposals.
  • Experience in the implementation, management and monitoring of government grants / contribution agreements / large multi-stakeholder projects.
  • Able to lead, motivate, coach and engage a small team of professionals.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills, with a high level of diplomacy, tact and judgment.
  • Strong administrative, data management, project tracking, evaluation and quality assurance skills
  • Experience working with equity-deserving groups.
  • Knowledge of the minerals and metals industry and bilingualism would be considered assets.
  • Legally eligible to work in Canada

What MiHR has to offer

  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Group RRSP matching
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Kanata, ON
Salary Range: $65,000-$85,000 + Bonus

Schedule

  • 7.5 hour work day
  • Monday-Friday
  • Ability to participate in a hybrid working model with a blend of time working in office and working from home considered an asset, but not a requirement. This can be a fully remote position.

How to apply

Send us your resume and cover letter in a PDF to hr@mihr.ca to tell us why you would like to work with us and why you think we would be a good fit for you!

Manager, Inclusion, Diversity and Career Development

About the position

Reporting to the Director, Inclusion & Career Development, the Project Manager is responsible for managing, delivering and evaluating projects, which support MiHR’s strategic inclusion, diversity and career development/employment-related objectives.  Responsibilities include leading the work planning and implementation of projects/programs, managing stakeholder and partner relations, and identifying strategic opportunities, including supporting business development and proposal activities.

The successful candidate for this position will support wage subsidy and career development programming, infusing the principles of inclusion and diversity into their work as well as lend cross-functional management support to other team projects as needed.

Responsibilities

  • Designs, plans, manages and monitors project execution, activities, data and relationships to ensure high quality deliverables are on time and on budget.
  • Conducts project management including: planning and activity scheduling; procurement, engagement and management of relationships with consulting services/contractors, steering committees, stakeholders and partners; project monitoring, evaluation, data management, reporting; and, identifying/mitigating project risks in accordance with policies and procedures.
  • Supports monitoring and reporting on project financial progress, calculating and reporting cash and in-kind contributions.
  • Engages with industry stakeholders as well as identifies and participates in relevant industry events to promote projects, identify business development opportunities and support MiHR’s strategic workforce objectives.
  • Plans, organizes and facilitates committee meetings, providing support to committee processes and members as needed.
  • Establishes key performance measurement, evaluation, data management and validation strategies to monitor the effectiveness of projects, initiatives and individual activities.
  • Contributes to business development activities and supports the identification and securing of new sources of funding.
  • Contributes to the development of processes, systems, policies, procedures, data and tools related to project identification, design, implementation, evaluation and alignment with strategic objectives related to inclusion, diversity and career/workforce development programming.
  • Coordinates communications (including facilitating Ensemble, MiHR’s online diversity network), in collaboration with internal marketing team and/or contractors ensuring: project participants, stakeholders and committees are informed of project progress; broader sector engagement and awareness; effective development of project-related content, product, tools and engagement strategies.

Education/Experience

  • University degree in Project Management, Business Administration, Social Sciences, Human Resource Management/Business/Commerce or equivalent.
  • 3-5 years of project, data and/or relationship management experience. 
  • 1-3 years of experience with career/workforce development and/or evaluation/monitoring processes.
  • 3-5 years of mining, exploration, oil and gas and/or forestry experience.
  • Knowledge of equity, diversity, inclusion, cooperative education, immigration, Indigenous engagement, wage subsidy programs considered an asset.
  • Strong administrative, data management, project tracking, evaluation and quality assurance skills.
  • Strong communication skills required including written (i.e. reports, social media, day-to-day messaging), verbal (facilitation, presentation, in person, online, large or small groups).
  • Agile, LeanSixSigma and/or Project Management Professional certification an asset.
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office products, data management, Internet research, etc.
  • Ability to work independently and in a collaborative team environment required.
  • Ability to work in English, French considered an asset.
  • Legally eligible to work in Canada

What MiHR has to offer

  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Group RRSP matching
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Kanata, ON
Salary Range: $55,000-$75,000 + Bonus

Schedule

  • 7.5 hour work day
  • Monday-Friday
  • Ability to participate in a hybrid working model with a blend of time working in office and working from home considered an asset, but not a requirement. This can be a fully remote position.

How to apply

Send us your resume and cover letter in a PDF to hr@mihr.ca to tell us why you would like to work with us and why you think we would be a good fit for you!

Labour Market Economist/Analyst

About the position

Reporting to the Director, Labour Market Information, the Labour Market Economist/Analyst contributes to the following labour market trends, intelligence, and research activities:

  • Research, analysis and dissemination of reliable and credible labour market, HR and other related information
  • Labour market public-policy analysis and information to the mining industry
  • Strategic HR management research
  • Thought leadership and industry Labour Market Information (LMI) and HR issues
  • As a member of the Labour Market Information team, the Labour Market Economist/Analyst participates in the establishment of the research methodology and approach for the Council.

Responsibilities

  • Contributes to the development of MiHR’s economic analysis tools and econometric models 
  • Monitors the Canadian labour market and international economic conditions to ensure the relevance and currency of MiHR’s labour market information and forecasts
  • Works with external clients and stakeholders to develop custom research reports on regional labour market conditions
  • Ensures that lessons-learned are incorporated back into MiHR’s LMI and research approaches, forecasts and models
  • Collects and analyzes primary and secondary data on economic and labour market conditions
  • Develops labour market information products that contribute to the research priorities of the Council
  • Maintains MiHR’s databases and other statistical information relevant to MiHR’s analysis
  • Supports the production of accurate, relevant and current communication tools, such as publications, briefing notes and articles

Education/Experience

  • University degree in Economics or a related social science, preferably at the Masters level
  • 3-5 years experience working in a related field
  • Experience in labour market analysis and economic forecasting and modelling
  • Ability to manage external client relationships and provide custom research in a clear and accessible manner
  • Ability to write and communicate effectively
  • Ability to conduct and interpret qualitative and quantitative research
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to present research findings to a wide range of external audiences
  • Familiarity with primary research methods would be an asset
  • Legally eligible to work in Canada

What MiHR has to offer

  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Group RRSP matching
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full time, Contract
Location: Kanata, ON
Salary Range: $55,000 – $75,000 + Bonus

Schedule

  • 7.5 hour work day
  • Monday-Friday
  • Ability to participate in a hybrid working model with a blend of time working in office and working from home considered an asset, but not a requirement. This can be a fully remote position.

How to apply

Send us your resume and cover letter in a PDF to hr@mihr.ca to tell us why you would like to work with us and why you think we would be a good fit for you!

Coordinator, Training & Certification

About the position

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Training & Certification, the Coordinator, Training & Certification, provides ongoing support to the development and delivery of programs based on MiHR’s National Occupational Standards.

In this role, the Coordinator, Training & Certification contributes and supports:

  • The development and maintenance of a suite of National Occupational Standards (NOS) defined and validated by the Canadian mining industry
  • The delivery of the Canadian Mining Certification Program
  • The development and delivery of new initiatives and training programs using MiHR’s suite of National Occupational Standards

Responsibilities

  • Operates as key point of contact and provides assistance and guidance to stakeholders involved in MiHR’s NOS initiatives
  • Supports the development, promotion and uptake of the Canadian Mining Certification Program and the Canadian Mining Training Recognition Program
  • Administers all aspects of the certification program including but not limited to managing logistics, administering candidates’ registrations, monitoring candidates’ progress, processing final records of assessment and dissemination of recognition items
  • Manages the National Skills Registry
  • Monitors and updates relevant information for the NOS initiatives within MiHR’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system.
  • Corporate Secretariat for Standards governance committee, responsible for meeting logistics, documenting proceedings and action items
  • Monitors and brings forward stakeholder recommendations of program enhancements
  • Supports the development of new and enhanced program tools to promote NOS initiatives that contribute to a skilled and knowledgeable workforce
  • Supports the development of new and enhanced industry-led certification and training programs based on MiHR’s National Occupational Standards
  • Contributes to the successful achievement of operational elements such as monitoring objectives, meeting deadlines and completing deliverables 

Education/Experience

  • Degree in Business Administration and/or Certification in Project Management, or equivalent
  • 3-5 years’ experience working with deadlines and communicating with stakeholders
  • A sound understanding of occupational standards, certification and accreditation programs
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Organizational and time management skills
  • Detail oriented
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Excellent computer skills

What MiHR has to offer

  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Group RRSP matching
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Kanata, ON
Salary Range: $45,000-$55,000 + Bonus

Schedule

  • 7.5 hour work day
  • Monday-Friday
  • Hybrid working model with a blend of time working in office and working from home

How to apply

Send us your resume and cover letter in a PDF to hr@mihr.ca to tell us why you would like to work with us and why you think we would be a good fit for you!

Office Coordinator

About the position

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Finance & Administration, the Office Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day functioning of the Council office by planning, leading, coordinating and organizing a wide range of administrative functions that support all Council staff and the effective functioning of the Council office.

Responsibilities

  • Responds to, and/or directs external general program inquiries about the Council (phone, email)
  • Purchases, tracks and maintains inventory of all office supplies (paper, kitchen supplies, etc)
  • Purchases, tracks and maintains all office equipment (ie printer, computers, office furniture, etc)
  • Compiles meeting materials required for Board of Directors and Committee meetings and maintains the Board portal with current and relevant Board materials
  • Ships all materials for conferences, meetings, tradeshows, etc
  • Supports the marketing and communication team in the coordination and execution of all in-house printing (reports, brochures, small posters, training binders, etc)
  • Provides administrative support to all staff including, but not limited to:
    • Booking staff travel
    • Providing expense claim support
    • Making logistical arrangements for meeting and conference (hospitality, meeting rooms, etc)
    • Communicating and ensuring adherence to travel policies and procedures
    • Making bank deposits
    • Processing mail and courier requests
    • Conducting internet searches
  • Main liaison with the property management and cleaning company regarding facilities
  • Maintain the Council’s contact database ensuring it is up to date and relevant
  • Main liaison for day-to-day workstation support and troubleshooting and back-up support to the Finance & IT Officer
  • Lead the Health & Safety team and ensure workplace safety policies and procedures are up to date and adhered to
  • Hold the corporate credit card and is responsible for ensuring purchases and receipts are received, approved, and inputted into the accounting system and reconciled monthly
  • Provides other ad-hoc admin support as required

Education/Experience

  • Two year certificate in Office Administration, or equivalent
  • Minimum five (5) years administrative experience
  • Intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to be adaptable and flexible with changing requirements
  • Legally eligible to work in Canada
  • Valid driver’s license and reliable personal vehicle

What MiHR has to offer

  • Competitive salary + bonus
  • Competitive benefits package
  • Group RRSP matching
  • 3 weeks vacation

Job Type: Full time, Permanent
Location: Kanata, ON
Salary Range: $45,000 – $60,000 + Bonus

Schedule

  • 7.5 hour work day
  • Monday-Friday
  • Full time in office

How to apply

Send us your resume and cover letter in a PDF to hr@mihr.ca to tell us why you would like to work with us and why you think we would be a good fit for you!

MiHR is committed to equal opportunity for all employees and applicants, and are focused on fostering a diverse, equitable and inclusionary workplace. We are committed to equal opportunity and welcome people of any gender identity, race, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, or any underrepresented groups to apply. Please let us know if you require any accommodations throughout the interview process.

We encourage all candidates to apply, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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