Company: Shell
Skills: HR - General, HR - Recruitment
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Position Purpose

If you are looking for a great opportunity to deepen your HR policy expertise, gain exposure to global policy projects, and take on exciting projects to improve/update policies that impact all employees across Shell Canada, this role may be for you!

The Shell Canada HR team is seeking a HR Policy Advisor to join us in Calgary, Alberta. As a member of the HR Canada Policy & Benefits team, you will play a key role in assuring and safeguarding our license to operate within Canada. You will play a key role in providing a great user experience for our employees and leaders through ensuring our policies are clear, easy to access and apply, and cost efficient to administer. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with teams across different geographies within this capacity.

Shell Canada HR supports a hybrid work model, where employees can work from both home and the office basis business need.

  • Act as a proactive, strategic partner to the broader HR Community through solving business challenges within the policy and benefit scope
  • Consult with HR Operations, Global HR Policy team and other internal and external stakeholders
  • Manage contracts and relationships with 3rd party service providers for the programs within subject matter expertise areas
  • Stay abreast of external best practices
  • Contribute to global & local Policy and archetype development through providing local legislative insights, analysis, and benchmarking
  • Support the roll out of global & local policies, archetypes and continuous improvement initiatives including providing local insights and requirements, developing change and engage plans and supporting leader/HR engagements
  • Provide support for the application and administration of policies and programs in collaboration with global and local HR teams
  • Provide guidance and support on complex and challenging requests on policy related activities through consulting with other HR counterparts and legal teams

  • Must have legal authorization to work in Canada on a full-time basis for anyone other than the current employer
  • 5 + years of experience in policy/generalist related capacity
  • Interest in growing into more senior level roles in the area of policy and benefits
  • Possess competencies in the areas of Project Management, Change management, and Stakeholder Management