Overview




Job title: Manager, Culture , Diversity and Inclusion

Company: Rona

Job description: Please note that:

  • Our Hybrid Workplace Policy establishes that associates need to have a reliable transportation to and from our corporate head office located in Boucherville (Quebec), to come to the office on a regular basis.
  • We require all our head office associates to be proficient in French, spoken and written.

At RONA, over 22,000 employees let their passion blossom every day. Our teams are driven by the desire to help people bring their projects to life and are committed to making a difference in the communities we serve.We operate or service some 425 corporate and affiliated dealer stores. With a distinctive product and service offering and complementary store formats ranging from neighbourhood hardware stores to big box stores, our RONA+, RONA, Réno-Dépôt, and Dick’s Lumber banners are well equipped to help meet the needs of all DIYers and contractors.You’ve got the talent? We’ve got the tools! Here, your work and ideas will contribute to building a flourishing organization. Your voice will always be heard and valued. You’ll find career opportunities that live up to your ambitions and be able to further develop your unique set of skills.So, if you’re looking to do what you love, we could be a perfect matchOur expectationsAccountable for bringing the culture, diversity and inclusion strategy to life, the Manager CDI will advise senior business leaders on how to effectively align culture, diversity, and inclusion to achieve business objectives.Guardian of an inclusive culture, the CDI Manager will be integrating the diversity and inclusion plan for onboarding, performance management, engagement, succession planning and development.Your role

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  • Leads a team and/or employees without direct supervision
  • Builds and leads execution of the CDI strategic plan, annual operational plans, and measures against identified OKRs/KPIs to ensure successful achievement.
  • Supports formation and launch of new Business Resource Groups for a successful start up. Acts as coach and guide.
  • Partners with:
  • HR Experts to integrate D&I into HR practices such as, but not limited to talent acquisition, talent management, development, employee engagement, HR policies.
  • Functional business leads such as, but not limited to marketing and merchandising to identify new / deeper diverse business opportunities and practices.
  • Serves as subject matter expert for diverse workforce and business trends, by leveraging external and internal resources and networks.
  • Provides fact-based insights, advice, and counsel to enable leaders to make informed people decisions.
  • Creates material and assets as needed to educate associates, leaders, and HR Business Partners in building strong cultural competencies.
  • Facilitates workshops related to CDI and coaches HRBPs and Leaders to use material as coaching tools.
  • Oversees the listening strategy (annual survey, pulse surveys, exit interviews, stay interviews, focus groups, voice teams) and recommends priorities to foster our culture at the workplace, ensure strong engagement level for our employees and enable Lowe’s Canada to become an Employer of choice.

The qualifications we are looking for

  • University degree in a related field
  • More than 8 years of experience in a related position
  • Experience and history of success with integration of diversity and inclusion strategies within HR processes and business operations
  • Profound awareness and passion to address the diversity and inclusion improvement opportunity in Canada
  • Experience leading and mentoring a team and helping to foster/create a “great place to work.”
  • Ability to influence and educate others to gain buy-in and build knowledge and accountability.
  • Demonstrated ability to navigate a large, complex organization and demonstrated ability to influence in a highly collaborative, cross functional environment.
  • Proven leadership in change management, strategic planning, program design, execution, and sustainability.
  • Understanding of the big picture / vision and develop high quality presentations that tell a story.
  • Our Hybrid Workplace Policy establishes that associates need to have a reliable transportation to and from our corporate head office located in Boucherville (Quebec), to come to the office on a regular basis.
  • We require all our head office associates to be proficient in French, spoken and written.

By joining the RONA family, you’ll enjoy many benefits, such as:

  • A fitness centre, sports activities, and showers
  • A childcare centre that can accommodate up to 78 children
  • A cafeteria with a delicious menu prepared by a dedicated chef, healthy options, as well as FARO Roasting Houses and Tim Hortons coffee stations
  • Exclusive employee discounts, plus a 10% discount on store merchandise (at all RONA locations)
  • Benefits: retirement savings plan, annual bonuses, student incentive program, etc.
  • Electric car charging stations
  • Career growth opportunities within the company
  • An inclusive and safe working environment
  • Promotion of work-life balance
  • An employer that’s involved in the community
  • And much more!

RONA is committed to encouraging diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, gender, nationality, age, disability, or any other protected status.

Location: Boucherville, QC – Faro, YT

Job date: Sat, 04 May 2024 00:17:46 GMT