First Nations, Metis, and Inuit students, are you looking to join an award-winning People & Culture team? Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment with strong team collaboration? Are you looking to be apart of an organization where we truly believe that our people drive our success?
Then OTPP wants to hear from you!
As a People & Culture Intern, you will have the chance to add value to the P&C team by supporting vital areas of the department and gain an understanding of HR practices at Ontario Teachers'. In this role, you will work with project teams and key partners to identify potential people, process, and technology impacts of a given initiative, and develop a plan with your team to mitigate the associated risks. You will also support Change Management Leads in the initiation and planning of initiatives, including the definition of objectives, scope, and deliverables, ensuring projects are setup for success.
Reporting to the Director, People Transformation, you will work alongside and collaborate with hiring managers from across the organization as well as other members from our People & Culture team, which includes:
What You'll Do
As an Intern in People & Culture, you'll have the opportunity to rotate in 2-3 different areas within the P&C department and work on a variety of different tasks and initiatives across the P&C department.
What We’re Offering
At Ontario Teachers', we are a globally minded organization and take pride ensuring that the people we hire and the culture we create reflects and celebrates diversity of thought, background and experience.
If you require an accommodation for the application, recruitment or interview process, please let us know and we will work with you to meet your needs.
The deadline to apply for this role is October 5, 2021
Please note that as part of our eligibility criteria it is required you are available to begin on or before January 3, 2022 for onboarding and training purposes.
We thank you for applying, however, only those selected for a personal interview will be contacted. Note that candidates must be legally entitled to work in the country where this role is located.
Ontario Teachers' is Canada's largest single-profession pension plan and pays pensions and invests plan assets on behalf of 331,000 working and retired teachers. Since their establishment as an independent organization in 1990, OTPP has built an international reputation for innovation and leadership in investment management and member services. Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan employs roughly 1,200 employees at their head office in Toronto, Canada and investment offices in London, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Our Children's Medicine is building a future Indigenous and diverse job seekers have equal access to, and are properly represented amongst Canadian businesses. Our Children's Medicine (OCM) achieves this through a dual approach focusing on employment systems and job seeker development.
OCM prides itself on holding business accountable as we work towards achieving a workforce brimming with incredible Indigenous talent, and together putting reconciliation into action.