About the Role
The CreativeHub 1352 Director of Human Resources is a voting member of the Board of
Directors and appointed in a manner consistent with the bylaws of the organization.
CreativeHub 1352’s Director of Human Resources works collaboratively with the Chair,
Board of Directors, volunteers, and staff to support the Board in achieving its human
resources governance and fiduciary responsibilities.
The Director of Human Resources oversees and advises the CreativeHub 1352 Board on all
human resources matters and is responsible for:
● Aligning human resources policies with CreativeHub 1352’s vision, mission, goals,
policies and procedures;
● Work in conjunction with other CreativeHub 1352’s Management Committee Chairs
and program teams to identify Human Resource needs, develop job descriptions and
assist in the recruitment of Human Resources for these activities;
● Provide monthly and annual Human Resource Committee reports including policy
and procedural changes for approval by the CreativeHub 1352 Board;
● Review and revise appropriate forms for the recruitment, orientation and assessment
● Support the Chair and the board’s executive committee on all HR-related matters.
● A commitment to the organization’s mission and strategic directions;
● An understanding of, and experience with, good human resources management and
● A professional human resources designation or equivalent experience;
● An appreciation of the kind and level of human resources information needed by a
non-profit Corporation to support decision making;
● An ability to commit the time required to fulfil the responsibilities described;
● Volunteer Board Experience is an asset.
About CreativeHub 1352
CreativeHub 1352 is looking for a Director of Human Resources to join our Board of
Directors and manage the human resources affairs of the organization.
CreativeHub 1352 is a non-profit, charitable, community-driven organization which exists for
the advancement of community cultural development through the arts, heritage, and
CreativeHub 1352 is one of many groups vital to the reuse of the
Small Arms Inspection Building, a historically significant site, owned and operated by the
City of Mississauga. As a community programming partner, we deliver a mix of programs,
projects, education, and events that foster collaboration, engage the community, and enrich
people's lives. All proceeds are reinvested to support community arts, heritage and
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