Human Resources Business Partner

Toronto, ON

At Field Trip, we are redefining mental health and well-being through ground-breaking work in psychedelics and psychedelic-enhanced psychotherapy. Through Field Trip Health's intentionally designed, technology-empowered clinics providing psychedelic therapies, Field Trip Digital's apps and resources scaling our protocols globally, and Field Trip Discovery, our drug development division developing the next generation of psychedelic molecules, we help people to heal and heighten engagement with the world



Reporting to the Head of People and Culture, Field Trip is currently looking for a Human Resources Business Partner to join our growing teams in Canada, the United States. The ideal candidate can be located either in Toronto, ON or Remote (USA preferred). 


To succeed in the role, you must be tenacious, crave a challenge and love working with people. As one of Field Trip’s HR leaders, you will be responsible for building and shaping HR strategies that directly support business growth, talent acquisition, compensation management, performance management, leadership coaching, organizational design and employee engagement. You will work in partnership with the Clinic Teams as a key partner to the Clinical Operations Leader to proactively identify areas of improvement, advocate for employees and lead the shift from the current transactional/administrative set-up to a transformational strategic way of functioning, which is critical in building a positive, performance-oriented culture across each of our business units and Field Trip Health centers. Equally as importantly, you have a passion for changing the world and helping people live happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives, and don’t accept the status quo. 




  • Set recruitment and hiring strategies, and work with internal teams and hiring managers to support the recruitment efforts and ensure successful execution of our hiring process in the Clinics.
  • Establish, own and lead effective onboarding and off-boarding policies and practices
  • Oversee the administration and maintenance of employee benefit programs and recommend improvements to ensure cost efficiency and competitiveness
  • Support managers and support the Clinic Team in Company’s performance management system, ensuring continuous improvement of employee performance and the development of goals that align with the organizational strategy 
  • Manage and maintain all HRIS systems and processes, ensuring database and changes are timely processed, and accurate reporting of HR metrics, including the maintenance of employee vacation and time-off requests and balances
  • Ensure compliance with federal, provincial/state, and local requirements across each of our business units
  • Additional responsibilities as determined by management




  • You have a minimum of 3-5 years experience as a human resources manager or director in a high-paced environment
  • Bachelor's degree; CHRP designation
  • Working knowledge of Canadian & US employment law, health & safety, and human rights legislations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • You thrive in a dynamic, team-based environment, including coaching others through change
  • Exceptional time management and ability to problem solve under pressure; innovative thinker with ability to operate in fast-paced environment
  • Start-up experience a plus
  • A passion for people!

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