Career Opportunities at MiHR

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Manager, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives

Reporting to the Senior Director, Employment and Diversity Initiatives, the Manager, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives is responsible for implementing projects which support the engagement of all potential sources of labour to develop a diversified workforce.  In the role, the Manager, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives:

  • Manages existing diversity and inclusion (D&I) programming,
  • Manages the development of new D&I programming,
  • Facilitates career outreach to various audiences.

Working closely with the marketing and communications team, the Manager, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives participates in building awareness of careers in mining to various audiences, including immigrants, Indigenous Peoples, women and youth and manages engagement with MiHR’s diversity programming.


  • Manages the development and execution of D&I programming for MiHR.
  • Manages MiHR’s D&I on-line community including content, membership and webinar delivery.
  • Monitors new trends in D&I as they pertain to MiHR’s work.
  • Conducts primary and secondary research related to D&I, as required.
  • Contributes to the development of job and career outreach tools for the mining industry.
  • Identifies key stakeholders and initiatives and maintains relationships with industry stakeholders who are interested in, and supportive of, D&I efforts.
  • Contributes to the development of  D&I program sustainability.
  • Analyses project requirements, project planning, and activity scheduling.
  • Designs, manages and monitors project activities to ensure high quality deliverables on time and on budget.
  • Leads the process of engaging consultant services (through competitive processes) and subsequent management of consultants.
  • Plans, organizes and facilitates project steering committee meetings and provides support to steering committee members as needed.
  • Participates in the monitoring and reporting on the project financial progress, calculating and reporting cash and in-kind contributions.
  • Ensures all parties and stakeholders are informed of project progress.
  • Identifies and mitigates project risks.
  • Establishes key performance measurement strategies to monitor the effectiveness of individual activities.
  • Participates in identifying and securing new sources of funding for workforce diversity initiatives.
  • Represents the Council at the federal/provincial/territorial levels and with other organizations.


  • University degree in Social Sciences or Business or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • 3-5 years of experience managing social science / primary research activities.
  • 3-5 years of experience in D&I programming.
  • Experience in project management (Project Management Professional – PMP designation considered an asset).
  • Strong communication (report writing), facilitation and collaborative skills. (Experience with social media is considered an asset).
  • Ability to present research findings to sophisticated external audiences.
  • Experience in conducting and interpreting qualitative and quantitative research (an asset).
  • Strong computer skills including MS Office products, data management, Internet research, etc.
  • Ability to work individually and in a team environment.
  • Ability to work in English, French is considered an asset.


Salary: $55,000 - $60,000 per annum.
Excellent Group Benefits & GRSP program.
Email with your cover letter and resume.