Human Resources Business Partner

Full Time


Press Tab to Move to Skip to Content Link DESCRIPTION ROSEN is a leading privately owned company established in 1981. Over the last 4 decades, ROSEN has grown rapidly and is today a worldwide technology group that operates in more than 120 countries with almost 4000 employees. We offer sophisticated and highly innovative products and services to the oil and gas and other engineering industries. ROSEN Canada is the leading provider of Asset Integrity Services to clients throughout Canada.

We work collaboratively to get the job done, recognizing that each person is integral to meet the needs of our clients and to continue to be a leader in what we do. ROSEN Canada is looking for a Human Resources Business Partner that will be based in Calgary, AB. This position reports to the Head of Human Resources for the region. What role will you play in our team?.

The successful candidate will be responsible for aligning ROSEN’s business objectives with employees and management in their designated departments. The Human Resources Business Partner will serve as a consultant to management and employees on Human Resources related matters, activities, policies, programs, processes, etc. The Human Resources Business Partner will work closely together with the Human Resources Team and must have the ability to interact with staff in a fast-paced environment, while remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality that is crucial for this role. Responsibilities: What will you be doing?.

Provide support to Head of Human Resources on all HR related aspects within the area of responsibility; Assess and anticipate HR related needs, communicate needs proactively within the HR department and business management; Provide day-to-day support and expert advice, guidance and recommendations to the local managers and the local management team on all operational and strategic HR issues; Support and drive the implementation of corporate and local HR projects, systems and procedures as needed; Manage the full cycle recruitment and selection process of personnel for their respective departments, including pre-employment (50%); Responsible for employee onboarding/orientation, create, update and manage personnel files and HRIS database; Data entry and maintenance of information within several software programs (SAP HR, MS Office etc.) as well as internal proprietary programs; Ensure and promote management of cyclical HR focal areas like Performance Management, Talent Management, Career Development and Compensation & Benefits projects in line with local and corporate guidelines; Collaborate with management to identify individual development needs and ensure successful development and training of employees in coordination with Talent Management as well as Training and Education department; Collaborate with Managers as a strategic partner to the business to ensure that HR is a strategic partner to management, involved in the decision-making process at an early stage; Provide guidance and input to management on restructures, workforce planning and succession planning; Works closely with management and employees to improve work relationships, build morale, improve our culture and increase retention; Educate, counsel, and coach employees on company policies, procedures, and programs; Build a strong network across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflects the business objectives of the organization; Conduct exit interviews and off-boarding process, analyze data for trends and make recommendations for improvement to Head of Human Resources and/or department manager; Manage and oversee the intercompany transfers including immigration administration within the area of responsibility by coordinating the respective HR duties to ensure all stakeholders are involved; Deal with complex or sensitive day-to day people management issues; Ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations in regards to employment, recruitment and employee relations resolution; Support Human Resources department with various monthly reconciliation and reporting; Company event planning throughout the calendar year. REQUIREMENTS Qualification or Skills: What are we looking for?. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business or related discipline with specialty in Human Resources; 5 years of all-around Human Resources experience is required; Working knowledge of labour, employment laws as well as HR practices; CPHR certification preferred; Experience with SAP (HR, Time and/or Payroll modules) is an asset; Proven computer skills including Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and other Human Resources and Payroll related software; Superior English communication skills, both written and verbal; Ability to provide wide-ranging administrative support to the HR team, employees and management; Strong organizational skills, ability to multi-task, and handle multiple priorities and unexpected changes with professionalism; Ability to proactively problem-solve; Strict attention to detail is required; Excellent internal and external customer relations skills; Work independently, as well as within a team, in a fast paced, customer service driven team environment; Proven ability to maintain confidentiality at all times; Must have valid work authorization in Canada. OUR OFFER ROSEN offers a competitive compensation package, including: Health & Wellness program; RRSP matching; Employee Assistance Program; Generous Vacation and Paid Time Off (PTO); Hybrid working environment; Annual merit increases; A great learning environment; And the opportunity for career advancement.

To apply on this exciting and challenging opportunity, please apply online at Please note only those candidates selected for interview will be contacted – no phone calls please. ROSEN Canada offers an exceptional working environment, salary commensurate with experience and an incredible benefits package.