People and Culture Manager

CORE Community Services Ltd

Applications Closing: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 - 17:00

The position is responsible for providing leadership for the organisation’s people and culture strategies. The role will identify and implement initiatives, which positions CORE as an employer of choice leading to improved outcomes in the wellbeing of the communities we support. The positions will work with a continuous improvement approach reporting against the strategic plan of the organisation.

The position will influence the Human Resources practices in the organisation to ensure that all matters are handled in a confidential, timely and professional manner. The People and Culture Manager will actively assist the CEO, managers and staff across the full range of HR matters including: recruitment and selection, Induction, employee relations, Work Health Safety, return to work and workers compensation, training and development, policy and performance management including disciplinary matters.

 

We are looking for someone who will ensure the organisation’s people and culture initiatives are engaged, collaborated in design and of a high standard for CORE to attract, retain and build the capabilities of employees.

Details
Category: Administration & Support, Executive & Senior Management, HR & Employment Services
Field: Advocacy, Information & Campaigns, Aged Care, Corporate Social Responsibility, Disability, Early Childhood, Education & Training, Employment and Financial Support, Family, Children and Youth, Health, Housing & Homelessness, Mental Health & Counselling, Legal, Multiculturalism & Diversity, Residential Care, Policy and Research, Policy and Advocacy, Community, Management and Operations
Employment basis: Full-time
Salary Range: $80,000-$90,000
Job Location: South West Sydney
About us

CORE Community Services (CCS) - we are a not-for-profit community organisation which has been operating in South West Sydney for 40 years. We deliver a wide range of services, activities and programs across five key service areas - Children's Services, Youth Services, Multicultural Communities, Aged and Disability Care and Community Engagement.

Position details
Essential Selection Criteria:
  • Degree level qualifications in Human Resources or in a related discipline.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in progressively senior Human Resource Management roles
  • Interpersonal skills to positively build effective working relationships, drive engagement, motivate staff, and influence culture.
  • Applied knowledge of Australian employment law and related regulatory and statutory requirements
  • Demonstrated experience in organisational and leadership development
  • Ability to develop and facilitate effective learning initiatives that meet business requirements.
  • Proven experience in a multi-faceted organisational context, with an emphasis on quality service delivery and results
  • Sound project management, planning and organisational skills with the ability to manage competing priorities
  • Demonstrated skills in development, management, maintenance and review of human resources strategy, policies and practices to meet organisational priorities
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a broad range of people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
  • Demonstrated experience in supporting organisations meet standards against industry accreditation schemes
  • Current Driver’s Licence
Desirable Selection Criteria:
  • Experience in a not for profit organisation
  • Experience in staff development and training
  • Experience in delivering Return To Work programs
  • Demonstrated knowledge in implementing and managing HR Information Systems an advantage
Contact details
Contact Name: Human Resources
Contact Email: recruitment@corecs.org.au
Contact Phone: 0297270477
How to apply

If this sounds like you please submit a cover letter addressing the above selection criteria, current resume and details of three professional referees to recruitment@corecs.org.au

Date posted: 13 March 2019

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