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Senior Manager, Workforce Planning and Analytics

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    Senior & Expert Level
  • People, HR & Administration
  • Montréal
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  • Education level: A graduate degree in a Quantitative field of study (Finance, Economics, Mathematics, etc.). MBA or Masters in relevant field of study is preferred;
  • Experience: A minimum of 8+ years of experience in HR or consulting with responsibilities in program management leading cross functional teams;
  • Ability to recognize synergies & bridge gaps and to work collaboratively & cultivate meaningful relationships with colleagues;
  • Excellent analytical & problem-solving skills and the ability to simultaneously manage multiple priorities;
  • Ability to synthetize and document ideas and insight for executive level and navigate through ambiguous and evolving environment;
  • Ability to lead a team directly and/or indirectly through managing transversal projects.
  • Bilingualism: English and French (frequent interactions in English with PSP employees based in our offices in Hong Kong, London and New York, and interactions in French with employees in our local offices in Montreal and Ottawa)


  • Workforce Analytics:
  • Lead the data reporting strategy and streamlines all data reporting processes across HR to provide an integrated executive storyline for CHRO, Exco and Board;
  • Supports the business planning cycle across HR and the business by providing data and insights to guide people plans and priorities;
  • ensures the people data roadmap supports people strategies; identifies metrics and provides dashboards for strategic project reporting and governances;
  • Supports cross function people initiatives (Culture, Ei&D, etc.) by providing a clear data strategy, working with HR leaders to define metrics, monitor progress, and support action plans towards achieving the priorities;
  • Leads employee engagement and experience regular survey analysis and reporting including designing questions to measure targeted initiatives;
  • Leads data governances across HR and puts in place processes needed to ensure consistent reporting aligned to data standards and ethics requirements;
  • In collaboration with data owners across HR, enhances HR effectiveness by building a knowledge sharing hub for enabling a more data driven culture;
  • Develop and maintain appropriate benchmarks with other organizations;
  • Workforce Planning:
  • Lead headcount planning in partnership with Finance, HRBPs, to set and manage quarterly headcount targets across the business.
  • Conduct supply and demand analysis, business scenario planning, and forecasting.
  • Understand and advise how external labor market trends (AI, etc.) will stand to change the workforce required in the future.
  • Support the identification of critical future organizational competencies, roles and ways of working.
  • Partner with senior leaders to understand and address the changing nature of work and related capabilities required for the future at PSP.
  • Forecast future talent needs and the availability of right talent to address business needs.
  • Establish a regular cadence and process for refreshing and refining workforce plans; roll-up and share outcomes/action plans with relevant stakeholders.

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The Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) is one of Canada's largest pension investment managers with $230.5 billion of net assets as of March 31, 2022. It manages a diversified global portfolio composed of investments in public financial markets, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, natural resources and private debt. Established in 1999, PSP Investments manages net contributions to the pension funds of the federal Public Service, the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Reserve Force. Headquartered in Ottawa, PSP Investments has its principal business office in Montréal and offices in New York, London and Hong Kong. For more information, visit investpsp.com or follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.