Head of People

Remote; Toronto

The Role

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Head of People will provide human capital leadership to align the company’s strategic priorities with the necessary capabilities to deliver on critical business objectives. They will serve as a key business partner and trusted advisor to the senior leadership team and will lead all talent management efforts as part of the company’s ongoing growth and expansion.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Help define, refine, and drive organizational culture and act as an agent of change as the business continues to grow, scale, and reshape itself
  • Develop and implement HR infrastructure (people, processes, systems) with an eye toward longer term growth expectations
  • Develop comprehensive strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet talent needs
  • Implement effective and innovative talent acquisition and employment marketing/branding strategies that reflect the organization’s culture and attract and retain the best and most appropriate talent while building a continuous talent pipeline
  • Support the design and implementation of appropriate compensation and benefits plans that are adaptable to the changing market
  • Act as the HR leader and support employees accordingly with HR-related issues or questions
  • Support the performance review cycle, and promote a culture of continuous improvement and real time feedback
  • Support the development, implementation and change management of relevant policies


  • 7+ years experience as an experienced HRBP
  • Demonstrated success building out an HR function in a high growth environment
  • Deep expertise in talent management, development, and retention programs.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to establish an HR function as a trusted resource available to staff
  • Ability to understand strategic business objectives, and articulate human capital and human resources needs and plans to the executive leadership team.
  • Possess a high degree of emotional intelligence, exemplified by self-awareness and empathy, to gain the trust and commitment necessary for transformative change.
  • Experience in high growth startup considered an asset


  • Full medical, dental and vision benefits
  • Maternity / paternity policy
  • 4 weeks vacation (3 weeks anytime + 1 week during the holidays)
  • Stock option grant

We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace committed to building a team culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion.

If you’re interested in helping us shape the future of healthcare in Canada, send us your application! We’d love to hear how you think you can make an impact.