Human Resources Business Partner
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) is a full-time position, within the Corporate Services business unit of the organization. Reporting to the Vice President Corporate Services, this is a brand new role that will serve as a consultant to management on human resource-related issues and act as an employee champion and change agent. This position will regularly liaise with the THP’s Human Resources & Payroll Departments and will build on the services they already provide, i.e. payroll, benefits, HR advisory services and learning & organizational development.
The position will formulate partnerships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflects the business objectives of the Foundation. The HRBP will maintain an effective level of business literacy about each business unit’s goals, plans and objectives.
Development Officer, Philanthropy
With a high level of enthusiasm, the incumbent is eager to contribute to an inspiring organization that makes significant impact within our community. Third party initiatives (community events) are vital in the building of relationships with our donors and the external community. They play an integral role in nurturing the profile of the Foundation and generating significant revenue. Last year our third party events raised $1.5 million through 150 events.
The incumbent will be self-motivated and driven to succeed with an “even better if” attitude. In covering a broad range of duties this position is responsible for recruiting individuals, groups (service clubs and cultural groups) and companies to raise funds for Trillium Health Partners Foundation.
Reporting to the Vice President, Philanthropy and leading a team comprised of a Manager, Senior Development Officer and two Development Officers. The Director, Philanthropy will focus on growth, donor engagement, and fundraising performance. This role holds a large degree of accountability for campaign fundraising for the strategic priorities of THP. Identifying support from individuals, corporations, and community groups, the successful Director will grow the pipeline and secure support from a variety of newly engaged donors.