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Interested applicants may forward their resumes to:

Mount Pleasant Group
Human Resources
500-65 Overlea Boulevard
Toronto, ON M4H 1P1


The Mount Pleasant Group is committed to providing equitable opportunities to all applicants and welcomes applications from all qualified persons. We will provide accommodation in recruitment as needed. If you require an accommodation, please notify us and we will work with you to meet your needs.

We are currently looking for:


Business Risk and Compliance Analyst - Contract Full-time (12 months)

Location: Overlea


The Successful Candidate will be Required to:

Risk Analysis

  • Evaluate and document current systems, processes and procedures for Finance, IT and Purchasing departments;

  • Identify and assess areas of significant risk;

  • Report deficiencies and work with affected departments on an action plan;

  • Recommend best audit, internal control and business practices;

  • Conduct ad hoc investigations into identified or reported internal risks.

Compliance Analysis

  • Monitor and ensure PCI and PIPEDA compliance;

  • Monitor and ensure compliance with MPG business controls;

  • Amend existing compliance policies and related documentation to ensure conformance with regulations.

Project Work

  • Assist in evaluating and documenting training needs related to projects or enhancements, as required; may prepare training documentation or assist in training of users;

  • Work with project teams to prepare test plans and cases and perform preliminary testing on software;

  • Ensure the user testing process is within acceptable risk levels and recommends implementation to project management team.

Sundry Duties

  • Other duties as assigned by CFO or Director, Corporate Financial Services.


Days and Hours of Work:

  • 37.5 hours per week – Monday to Friday;

  • Occasional overtime may be required due to business needs.



  • Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Information Technology or other related disciplines; or equivalent combination of work experience, training and education;

  • At least five years of progressive accounting and financial management experience (exposure to the not-for-profit sector preferred);

  • At least five years of progressive experience in business analysis, quality assurance, process improvement and/or risk management roles;

  • Professional certification/certificate in Business Analysis, Risk Analysis, Quality Assurance or Lean Six Sigma;

  • Working knowledge of Financial and ERP systems;

  • Intermediate proficiency of Windows and MS Excel, Word, and Outlook;

  • bility to gather relevant information about internal processes, procedures and practices through research and discussions, analyse such data and prepare accurate and detailed documentation;

  • Strong critical thinking skills;

  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, a collaborative style and the ability to communicate effectively (written and verbal) across all levels within, as well as, outside the organisation;

  • Ability to work effectively within time constraints;

  • Excellent organisation and analytical skills with meticulous attention to detail and accuracy;

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team;

  • Ability to translate business requirements into programming requirements;

  • Effective problem solving skills as well as the ability to plan and prioritise work activities.


The deadline for internal applications is Wednesday, August 9, 2023.

Applications may be forwarded to:


Employee and Labour Relations Specialist

Location: Overlea Boulevard, Toronto


The Successful Candidate will be Required to:

  • Perform fact finding investigation activities (interviews, document review, consultation) and assist managers with responses to grievances and/or complaints for both unionised and non-union employees;

  • Provide a link between labour and management in terms of interpretations of the collective agreements and maintain information communications with the business agent for the union;

  • Identify chronic labour relation issues and recommend solutions;

  • Assist in negotiating the collective agreement upon renewal;

  • Represent the corporation at arbitration hearings;

  • Advise managers on how to handle specific situations such as discipline and clarify the potential impacts on the workplace;

  • Partner with managers to formulate, document, and offer plans related to employee performance issues, including performance improvement plans and accommodation plans;

  • Provide expertise and facilitate employment terminations and off boarding activities;

  • Prepare the annual Health and Safety Plan and ensure the Health and Safety program is meeting the Ontario Health and Safety Act requirements;

  • Confirm compliance with legislation such as Human Rights, Pay/Employment Equity, Employment Standards and the Labour Act, the Occupational Health and Safety Act, as well as the Collective Agreement and other relevant internal policies/procedures;

  • Interpret and apply labour/employee rights legislation governing the workplace;

  • Partner and leverage external counsel as required;

  • Research, write and communicate corporate policies;

  • Participate in projects as required;

  • Perform other sundry duties as assigned.


Days and Hours of Work:

  • 37.5 hours per week – Monday to Friday;

  • Occasional overtime may be required due to business needs.



  • Degree / Diploma / Certificate in Human Resources, Labour/Industrial Relations or other related disciplines; or equivalent combination of work experience, training and education;

  • At least three years’ experience in a comparable role;

  • A valid Ontario “G” driver’s licence, acceptable driver’s abstract and vehicle for site visits;

  • Experience working with ADP Workforce Now is an asset;

  • Extensive knowledge of various employment laws and practices such as the Employment Standards Act, Labour Relations Act, Ontario Human Rights Code, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act;

  • Proven ability to coach, mentor, advise, and partner with stakeholders at various levels of the organisation;

  • Demonstrated ability to collect, analyse, interpret, and make recommendations on employee/labour relations related data;

  • Strong interpersonal and decision-making skills, especially in relation to conflict resolution;

  • Ability to negotiate and influence diverse stakeholders regarding challenging organisational issues;

  • Adaptability, flexibility and agility to multi-task and prioritise;

  • Strong team player with the ability to work with various departments;

  • Analytical and problem-solving skills;

  • Ability to maintain the highly confidential nature of human resources work;

  • Intermediate proficiency of Windows and MS Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook.


The deadline for internal applications is Friday, June 30, 2023.

Applications may be forwarded to: