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Case Manager- Human Rights and Harassment


Whitby, ON, CA, L1W 3J2

Req ID:  42354

Status: Regular Full Time
Working Conditions: Hybrid 
Education Level: Degree in Law, Human Resources or Industrial Relations, or equivalent
Location: Toronto or Whitby, ON
Travel: Yes - 10%
Deadline to Apply: March 31, 2023
OPG continues to set the bar for environmental protection, community involvement and economic impact—all while safely keeping the lights on. Now we’ve set our sights on being a net-zero carbon company by 2040 and a catalyst to help the economies where we operate achieve net-zero by 2050.

OPG operates a diverse portfolio of generation assets including nuclear, hydroelectric, biomass and solar. We are also a clean tech leader and innovator, offering challenging and unique work opportunities. Help us use our power to change the world. 

NEW CAMPUS In 2025 Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is establishing a new corporate headquarters on a campus setting in Oshawa located within the Durham Region.
BE THE GENERATION to help build a brighter tomorrow.
Ontario Power Generation Inc. (OPG) is looking for a skilled and dynamic professional to join our brand-new team in the role of Case Manager- Human Rights and Harassment. Reporting to the Sr. Manager, Ethics & Equity, the Case Manager will facilitate case management services for complaints of discrimination or harassment across OPG. 
This is an exciting opportunity to work closely with an exceptional team of supportive and passionate professionals to promote respectful, healthy and inclusive workplace culture. The successful candidate can look forward to a high degree of professional autonomy and the potential to work from home twice per week.  


The Case Manager will provide impartial and trauma-informed management of harassment, discrimination and misconduct allegations across OPG. Duties will include:

  • Provide strategy and guidance on human rights matters while ensuring fair work practices in accordance with the Code, values, behaviours and human rights legislation.
  • Provide expert support for complex human rights, labour relations, employment, ethics and compliance matters
  • Provide advice and guidance to business units and employees at the site level on governance implementation
  • Provide case management and investigative support to inquiries, incidents and/or complaints raised under the Code and human rights program
  • Function as a subject matter expert for inquiries related to human rights and harassment
  • Review, analyze and document all matters in the centralized i-Sight database of alleged Code violations
  • Develop and strengthen partnerships with business units to promote collaborative approaches (e.g. Code compliance/monitoring systems, Code awareness & training)
  • Liaise on human rights and harassment matters with internal stakeholders including Accountable Managers and senior management across OPG
  • Provide support and guidance on issue identification, the investigative process and/or proposed resolution (alternative dispute resolution, assessment etc.) to the Manager, Human Rights and/or Sr. Manager, Ethics & Equity
  • Provide a neutral, objective, confidential channel for employees to address work related human rights concerns
  • Provide advice and recommend proactive solutions to address common work-related issues raised
  • Other Duties as Required


  • Degree in law, human resources, industrial relations or equivalent
  • CHRL designation considered an asset


  • A minimum of five or more years of progressive experience in law, HR or industrial relations handling human rights and harassment complaints
  • Experience working in a unionized environment considered an asset
  • Effective written and oral communication skills; ability to communicate with a wide audience clearly and concisely
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to tactfully address difficult, controversial topics.
  • Expert understanding of workplace law including human rights, labour and employment, harassment and sexual harassment etc 
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills to effectively manage multiple conflicting priorities
  • University or equivalent education in Human Resources or Law

The successful candidate will exhibit uncompromising integrity and commitment to upholding OPG’s corporate values and Code of Business Conduct.
As Ontario’s largest clean energy generator, OPG offers an exciting combination of challenging opportunities and career diversity in a fast-paced work environment. Being an OPG employee means you can apply your knowledge, broaden your skills and make a valuable contribution to an organization that is vital to the province’s wellbeing.
At OPG, our values are our strengths.  They are fundamental truths about our organization that don’t change.  Safety. Integrity. Excellence. People and Citizenship.  
Here's why OPG might just be the ideal workplace for you:

  • Exceptional range of opportunities province-wide
  • Long-term career growth and development opportunities
  • Electricity is vital to the province and OPG’s clean electricity is helping decarbonize other sectors.

If you are looking to learn from others and be part of something important, and you are excited about the future of power generation, you will find the right fit at OPG.
Our promise to you:

  • We care about the safety and the well-being of our employees. It is our utmost priority.
  • A supportive work environment where you can be your best every day.
  • Opportunities to stretch and develop.
  • Offer different ways for you to give back to communities where we operate.
  • Partner with Indigenous communities and support local businesses.
  • We support employment equity, diversity and inclusion.

Please submit your application online at by 11:59 PM E.S.T., March 31, 2023. OPG thanks all those who apply; however, only candidates considered for an interview will be contacted.
OPG is committed to advancing employment equity and welcomes candidates who would contribute to the diversification of our workforce including but not limited to women, racialized people, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQIA+ community members.  
OPG is also committed to providing an inclusive and accessible environment where all employees feel valued, respected, and supported. If you require accommodation during the application or interview process, please advise us as soon as possible so appropriate arrangements can be made. If you require information in a format that is accessible to you, please contact