Since 1976, Tarion has provided new home warranty protection to more than 2 million Ontario homes. They serve new home buyers and new home owners by ensuring that one of their life’s biggest investments is protected. Almost every new home in the province is covered by a new home warranty. This warranty protection is provided by Ontario’s builders and lasts up to seven years. It is backstopped by Tarion. More than 375,000 homes are currently enrolled in the
warranty program. Every year about 55,000 new homes are enrolled.
With more than 225 employees, Tarion works hard every day to serve the public interest by, first and foremost, protecting consumers and their new home purchases. They investigate homeowner warranty claims; resolve warranty disputes between homeowners and builders; provide deposit and delayed closing protection for new home buyers; and prosecute illegal builders. They regulate new home builders and ensure they meet a province-wide standard of technical competence and financial capacity. They also manage the Guarantee Fund, an important financial reserve designed to help shield Ontario consumers from possible
catastrophic building events. All of this enhances fairness and confidence in Ontario’s new home building industry.
Tarion requires a self-motivated, adaptable, collaborative leader with strong interpersonal skills, customer service and change management background for their Manager, Human Resources position. The successful candidate will also possess a strong background in compensation, benefits, policy development, employee relations and organizational effectiveness.
You are a dynamic, confident, high energy and engaging leader with strong team building skills, and someone who has demonstrated success as an accomplished Human Resources leader. Your exceptional interpersonal skills have earned you a reputation for building a trustworthy, positive, accountable work culture, as well as developing and inspiring strong management teams and staff.
Having completed your university education and having a CHRP designation, you also have a minimum of 6-10 years of experience working as a Human Resources Generalist within the private or public sector. You would have at least 5 years’ experience in a leadership capacity with a focus on compensation, benefits, policy development, employee relations and organizational effectiveness. You also have strong change management background and experience overseeing large-scale organizational changes with the support of business leaders.
It is anticipated that shortlisting of candidates for interviews will take place around the first week of March and the interviews will be conducted during mid-late March. If interested in exploring this further and for a complete Position Profile, please contact Kartik Kumar, Managing Director at Legacy Executive Search Partners at 416-271-4397 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS IS FEBRUARY 28, 2018.