Aegion Corporation

Senior Human Resources Business Partner

Location CA-AB-Edmonton
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Aegion Corporation is looking for a Senior Human Resources Business Partner to join our team in Edmonton, AB.


The Senior Human Resources Business Partner is responsible for delivering world class Human Resources services within Aegion’s businesses including Corrpro and United Pipeline Systems. The successful candidate will leverage your expertise as a partner and driver for change to partner with people leaders in the areas of talent acquisition, talent management, employee relations, performance management, compensation & benefits, policy and process development, and change management.


Aegion Corporation and its family of companies shield and protect the world's infrastructure from degradation and corrosion with a variety of technologies. Aegion's businesses comprise sewer, drinking water and energy and mining pipeline rehabilitation and corrosion protection for and strengthening of bridges, tunnels, buildings, waterfront, metal and concrete structures. Our companies provide cost-effective solutions to remediate operational, health, regulatory and environmental problems resulting from aging and defective pipelines and infrastructure. For more information, visit


The successful candidate will understand and live Aegion’s core values:


  • Zero incidents are possible. You deliver best-in-class safety performance at all times.
  • Do what’s right. Your honesty, integrity, and respect guides your decision-making, actions, and relationships, and you act as an employee champion and change agent.
  • We solve problems. You are an expert at assessing the business and anticipating HR-related needs, and will work proactively with the HR team and business leaders to find solutions.
  • Results Matter. You are a business-savvy partner who aligns HR objectives and priorities to deliver value-added services that support the overall business objectives.
  • Be Better. You regard every situation as an opportunity to improve the HR services and strive for personal development, and align to our philosophy of good to great.


Essential Functions:

  • Partner with client group leadership to implement strategies for acquiring, developing and retaining the right talent for organizational success;
  • Deliver Human Resources services including, but not limited to: workforce planning, recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, onboarding, employee relations, employee development, leadership development, succession planning, performance management, coaching, progressive discipline, workplace investigations, leave management, off-boarding and change management;
  • Maintain an informed and proactive posture in all matters pertaining to trends in HR policy and practice including ongoing monitoring of industry, legislative and regulatory environment and the potential impact;
  • As a member of the Human Resources team, lead and support the development, implementation and maintenance of company policies and programs;
  • Compile, analyze, interpret and present on data to support decision making;
  • Establish and maintain collaborative and positive working relationships with management, supervisors and employees by being accessible for consultation, coaching regarding interpersonal, communication and problem-solving skills, policy and practice interpretation; and,
  • Work together with Human Resources Shared Service teams to implement company practices as it relates to compensation and benefits, talent management programing and payroll.
  • This role will some require travel between operational locations in Edmonton as well as occasional travel to regional locations across Canada and the United States.
  • Additional duties as assigned.



Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of 6 years of Human Resources experience.
  • Degree in Human Resources, Business, Psychology or related field.
  • CPHR designation preferred.
  • Extensive experience working with all functional areas of Human Resources.
  • Solid understanding of employment standards and human rights legislation.
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Office.
  • Prior experience supporting employees across Canada, the United States and other International locations would be an asset.
  • Bilingual language skills (English and French) would be an asset.

Additional Requirements:

  • Demonstrated ability to build strong working relationships with others at all levels both internally and externally.
  • Superior writing skills demonstrated by your current success in drafting materials for diverse audiences including management, professional personnel, and external business partners.
  • Outstanding interpersonal communication, consultation, facilitation and coaching skills.
  • A team player with a strong work ethic and the self-confidence, presence and consultative skills to positively influence outcomes.
  • Demonstrated ability to adhere to ethical standards by modeling appropriate behavior to balance the interests of all stakeholders


  • Primarily working in an office environment with some travel between multiple Edmonton locations
  • Occasional travel to regional offices in Canada and the United States

    Our company offers a competitive salary with career growth opportunities and a full benefits package including company paid medical, dental and vision insurance, RRSP matching, tuition assistance, paid vacation and holiday time, and much more.


    We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and we value diversity in our workforce.



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