Director – People & Culture Business Partnerships
Supply Chain
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Arc'teryx Equipment

1,001-5,000 employees

Designs and manufactures high-performance outdoor apparel and equipment.
Company Overview
Arc'teryx Equipment stands out for its unwavering commitment to design, craftsmanship, and performance, specializing in high-performance outerwear and equipment for a wide range of mountain sports. The company's unique construction process and in-house manufacturing in its own factory allow for meticulous attention to detail, resulting in high-performing, durable products that are field-tested in real-world conditions. With a global presence in over 40 countries, Arc'teryx's industry leadership is demonstrated by its growth from six to over 1000 employees, and its products' distribution through more than 3000 retail locations worldwide.
Consumer Goods

Company Stage

M&A

Total Funding

N/A

Founded

1989

Headquarters

North Vancouver, Canada

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

11%

1 year growth

18%

2 year growth

18%
Locations
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Business Strategy
Management
Communications
CategoriesNew
Operations & Logistics
Requirements
  • You have a degree in Business, Human Resources Management or equivalent
  • You have 13+ years of solid, complex, and professional-level HR experience in apparel or the outdoor industry, including 5+ years in a leadership capacity
  • You have previous experience working for a global company and a proven ability to quickly build an understanding of a complex global business model
  • You are strategic and solutions-focused with a simple and practical approach when executing
  • You are committed to developing and driving a service excellence culture
  • You have superior coaching skills and are experienced in coaching senior leaders
  • You are great at influencing through strong relationships, expertise, and data and can manage a complex group of stakeholders
  • You have excellent interpersonal skills with an approachable personality
  • You have strong presentation and communication skills
  • You have effective project management skills with the ability to adapt to changing priorities
  • You have excellent problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills
  • You have a strong ability to remain objective and exercise good judgment, decision-making, diplomacy and discretion
  • You maintain confidentiality and deal appropriately with sensitive issues
Responsibilities
  • As the Director, People & Culture Business Partnerships, you will lead our strategic partnership with our Supply Chain, Manufacturing and Distribution teams. You will drive business outcomes through the application of people programs and initiatives that align with our long-term business strategy
  • You will provide strategic guidance and expertise in organizational design, performance management, workforce planning, and change leadership to drive employee engagement and success at the individual, team, and business level
  • As a trusted coach and partner to our executive leadership team, you will enable ongoing leadership development across the business through your team's partnership with their respective functional portfolios
  • This role is based out of our North Vancouver office and is open to hybrid remote work. Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada. Intermittent travel to our New Westminster manufacturing and distribution facility is required
  • The People & Culture Business Partnership team operates in strategic partnership with the business, driving the continuous evolution of people and leadership practices and fostering a culture that generates high-performance teams, strengths-based coaching, and values-based leadership
  • You will lead a team of P&C Business Partners and Generalists in their ongoing partnership with the business and in the application of thoughtful, intentional, and innovative people practices