INGU is a Calgary/Houston based venture-funded, technology company, revolutionizing how oil and gas companies and water utilities maintain and protect their pipeline assets and in return our environment. We are looking for a People & Culture Manager to support our continued growth in the global water utilities and oil & gas markets.
INGU’s Pipers® technology is the most efficient and economical pipeline inspection solution to achieve Net Zero and ESG compliance for the water and oil & gas pipeline infrastructure. The patented self-serve approach gives full control to the pipeline operator and is designed to actively monitor changes in pipeline condition.
By combining inline leak detection, deposit surveys, and wall condition monitoring, the Pipers® technology provides operators full insight in all pipeline assets under all conditions allowing them to make well informed decisions to keep their pipelines safe and efficient.
What we’re looking for
We are a people-driven, ambitious scale-up on a mission to change the global pipeline inspection industry. To support our ambition, we’re looking for a People & Culture Manager, a true people person with an intense passion to help our team grow, develop and thrive: the team’s success is your success.
- Recruiting and onboarding: manage full cycle recruitment, from identifying and addressing talent requirements to onboarding new hires, always looking to further improve the journey from candidate to successful team member
- Learning and people growth: identify training requirements and design & implement development opportunities to enable all team members to grow to the fullest potential in their roles and careers
- Inspire and empower: design and lead engagement initiatives that champion a high-performance culture which supports our mission and business objectives. Establish proactive employee relations with all employees, including acting as a trusted HR advisor to management, in order to build and maintain an engaged team and ensuring an optimal experience at every touch point in the career life cycle
- Programs, policies, processes: identify, design and execute HR programs, policies and processes based on a solid understanding of employment standards and laws
- HR administration: day-to-day HR operations, such as pay-rolling, contracts, compensation management, vacation tracking, administration of benefits, record keeping and maintenance of team member files and other related documents
What you bring to the table
- Experience in setting and operationalizing talent strategies
- Having worked in a high-growth, rapidly changing environment and/or in a highly scaled organization, ideally both
- Excellent at applying strategic thinking and problem structuring to accelerate outcomes in a fast-changing, ambitious environment
- 1-3 years’ experience in a People / HR role across the whole employee life cycle and a solid knowledge of employment law, compliance requirements, HR policies and best practices
- Outstanding communication skills; must be able to comprehend and communicate accurately, clearly and concisely in English