Position Summary:Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Human Resources Generalist is accountable for administering and advising on HR programs, policies, and procedures and for meeting the Plant’s staffing needs for hourly and salary positions to support business priorities. This position will include, but not limited to, assisting in the development of safe work procedures, training, claims management,and assessing and recommended controls for risk reduction for the plant operations as well as providing guidance and advice to employees and responding to a variety of Human Resources related questions. This role will also carry out administrative work involving the human resources functions including WCB, STD, and health and safety paperwork.Key Accountabilities: Leads the recruitment and selection processes for hourly/salaried employees in accordance with set standards. Including posting the positions, screen applications, interviewing, reference checks, preparation of offer letters, and conducting new hire Orientations.Track, analyze and report on key HR metrics and make recommendations on action, if required. Monitor all aspects of inventory, including but not limited to receiving, production reporting and transactions including all aspects of month end procedures.Administers policies and practices, implements corporate-wide and local initiatives. Organize training sessions, company events and assist with corporate initiatives; Partner with the Plant Health & Safety Manager and Operations Managementto provide guidance and technical support regarding specific issues relative to health & safety programs, initiatives and policies; Monitor and assist in the delivery or coordination of health & safety training requirements for the facility; Provide administrative support as required. Requirements:Diploma or Certificate in Human Resource Management or equivalent experience in Human Resources;3-5 years working experience with H&S management within the manufacturing industry is preferredKnowledge of applicable Provincial/Federal safety legislation and regulation, Occupational Health and Safety standards is required;Knowledge and understanding of recruitment and selection methodologies and practices, provincial employment and human rights legislation required;Good communication, conflict resolution and analytical skills;Experience in a unionized workplace an asset;Strong skills in Microsoft Office applications.Sofina Foods Inc. is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). Applicants are asked to make their needs/requirements, for the purpose of accommodation under AODA, known to Human Resources when they are contacted for an interview.