Rubin Thomlinson Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug 06, 2023Part time
Rubin Thomlinson LLP (RT) is the preeminent Canadian law firm specializing in workplace investigations and assessments. RT’s expertise in investigations, workplace harassment, and a wide range of misconduct is diverse, national in scope, and decades deep. RT is currently recruiting for an experienced HR/PR professional (on a part-time basis) to provide strategic and organizational leadership to enhance the experience and development of its legal talent. As a member of the Senior Leadership Team, the Talent Management Specialist will report to the Firm’s partners and provide direct support to the partner responsible for People and Practice. Scope of Role Optimize the organizational design and effectiveness of RT by collaborating and providing recommendations to the partners on the vision and strategy to build impactful and long-lasting people initiatives that create an exceptional and inclusive talent experience. Act as an internal consultant and resource to the partners, investigators, and administrative staff, and will be responsive to the needs of the various stakeholders. Work closely with and collaborate with the People and Practice Partner, particularly with respect to recruitment and integration of new talent, monitoring of productivity, and the staffing and allocation of work. Provide ongoing proactive and advisory services in relation to the recruitment, onboarding, and integration of new talent, and the overall management, engagement development, and retention of its professional talent. Become a trusted support and advisor to investigators by identifying new initiatives and team building events that will improve the development and retention of investigators. Exercise change management project planning skills, including the ability to motivate and empower individuals and teams during periods of change. Successfully execute on priorities within budgets and deadlines. Required Experience and Skills A minimum of 7 years of people management experience, preferably in a law firm setting. Strong knowledge of the Ontario legal marketplace and trends in legal recruitment and professional development. CHRP/SHRP designation is an asset as is a professional coaching certification. A track record for building trust and engagement throughout an organization. The ability to work well independently and as a member of a collaborative team with colleagues at all levels. Possess outstanding interpersonal skills, excellent judgment, a strong work ethic, and the ability to deal with challenging situations. Exceptional executive functioning skills, including the ability to organize and multi-task, work with minimal supervision and manage competing priorities, pay attention to detail, exercise discretion, and manage projects to meet budgets and deadlines. Exceptional interpersonal and client service skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Please send your cover letter and resume via email in confidence to email@example.com. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. If you require accommodation during the recruitment process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org We thank all applicants for their interest in joining our team of professionals; however, only selected applicants who apply on the clear legal job board will be contacted. No agencies please.