Career Opportunities at MiHR

Join our team! MiHR is currently hiring for the following positions:

Director HR Research and Labour Market Intelligence

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director HR Research and Labour Market Intelligence is responsible to plan and provide strategic direction to various labour market programs and research related activities of the Council. As a member of the senior management team, the Director contributes to the strategic objectives of the Council and provides leadership to a team of professionals who carry out programs and projects in the area of labour market information, HR related research and human capital policy analysis. As a member of the Council’s management team, the Director provides leadership and strategic direction in accordance with the Council’s mission, vision and values. 


  • directs a team of Economists and Researchers in the establishment, monitoring and successful achievement of unit goals and performance objectives;
  • oversees project/program management including: committee engagement, budget oversight and quality control
  • leads the development of research reports
  • provides performance and development management to the team
  • develops and supports the implementation of programs that align with the Council’s corporate goals and objectives
  • monitors and remains informed of current external labour market, policy and industry-related data, indicators, press coverage and publications
  • develops partnerships with key industry stakeholder groups to further the interests of the Council
  • leads the business development activities of the council with respect to custom labour market / HR research including developing funding proposals and concepts in collaboration with members of the senior management team and other MiHR staff
  • represents the Council with external stakeholders and governments including representation on various external governing  committees
  • supports the quality and accuracy of MiHR labour market reports, analysis and research


  • University degree in economics, social sciences or business preferably at the Master’s degree
  • 8-10 years of experience working on projects/programs management (PMP considered an asset)
  • experience in conducting qualitative and quantitative research
  • experience writing research reports, policy statements, white papers and presenting research findings
  • experience in building partnerships and strategic relationships
  • ability to lead, motivate and engage a team of professionals
  • experience working on issues relating to workforce development, labour market information, aboriginal inclusion, worker certification, and/or industry-education partnerships
  • exceptional written, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills
  • ability to work individually and within a team environment
  • ability to manage large budgets, multiple stakeholders, consultants and staff
  • experience in proposal development and management of government contribution agreements
  • knowledge of the mining industry is considered an asset


  • Salary: $75,000 - 100,000 per annum
  • Excellent Group Benefits &  GRSP program

Email with your cover letter and resume.