Director of Human Resources Our client, a luxury iconic property in Vancouver belonging to a renowned international company requires an experienced Director of Human Resources who will be responsible for the leadership and management of all functions of the Human Resources department, in accordance with hotel standards. He/she will plan, direct, implement and maintain a high level of service and adhere to the management philosophy of the company which will serve as a guide to all its staff. The preferred candidate for this role will also be responsible for conducting, monitoring in-house training programs. Key Qualifications . Minimum five to eight years' experience as a Human Resources Manager or Director of Human Resources at a luxury or ultra-luxury property . Must have a good understanding and experience working with unions . Demonstrated ability to interpret and make decisions in accordance with human resources policies and procedures, collective agreements and labor legislation . Demonstrated ability to collect, interpret and summarize data and legal requirements . Strong financial skills, headcount and payroll/cost control . Training and Development background . Fluency in English (written and spoken) . Capacity to work well under pressure . Flexible and adaptable . Strong leadership and managerial skills . Work cohesively with co-workers as part of a team . Work with minimal supervision . Maintain confidentiality of guest information and pertinent hotel data . Solid planning skills . Thorough knowledge of government labor laws and regulations . Thorough knowledge of benefits processing . Proficiency with Microsoft Office products Compensation Highly Competitive Salary & company Benefits will be offered for this role Note: Candidates must be Canadian citizens or residents or have permission to work in Canada in order to apply If you meet the above requirements please send resume to email@example.com Please note only candidates who qualify will receive a reply due to the anticipated high volume of applicants.