Job Details
  • Reference383808B_1637634694
  • LocationPyrmont
  • Salaryplus 15% super
  • Job TypeContract
  • Posted16 days ago
  • ConsultantZoe Eagles

Chandler Macleod are recruiting a Senior People and Culture Business Partner

Position Overview
Manage and/or contribute at a senior level to a team responsible for a range of workforce and workplace activities directed at improving employees' experience of work, the performance of teams, brand and the capability of the organisation. Responsible for sourcing, attracting and retaining emerging talent as well as representing the Brand at all times.
Provides generalist People and Culture (PAC) services, expert advice and PAC operational and Strategic support executive and internal customers. Establish, facilitate and maintain linkage between the business areas.
The Senior People and Culture Business Partner collaborates with the Head of People and Culture and other stakeholders to develop and implement People and Culture strategies, processes, procedures, systems, compliance frameworks and services for the organisations workforce, and to provide information and reports to key stakeholders in line with legislative and organisational objectives.

Key Responsibilities
 Provide a PAC consultancy service with internal client groups through a business partner arrangement. By establishing and maintaining partnerships with internal stakeholders through the delivery of information, advice and assistance to executives on specific people management issues having regard to legal and policy framework, and strategic direction.
 Assists management and leadership in resolving employee relation issues, conducting effective investigations, and recommending action for sensitive and complex situations.
 Work and collaborate with PAC colleagues who have functional responsibilities to facilitate deliverables. The functional responsibilities to collaborate with PAC expertise include workforce planning, recruitment, employee relations, Work Health and Safety, Learning and Development and performance management
 Deliver strategic insights from the client group's operations and environment to align PAC service offering across the organisation.
 Lead and provide support to agency and PAC initiated projects that deliver high quality People and Culture solutions, which support strategic vision.
 Develop, review and implement policies, guidelines and processes that underpin relevant legislation, industrial instruments, contemporary HR management practices and government policy.
 Participate in networks and manage relationships with external stakeholders such as unions or with other APS agencies, where they relate to employment matters
 Develop high quality reports, analysis and recommendations relating to workforce and workplace activities, so as to contribute to informed, strategic decision making
 Develop and implement PAC related information including training sessions, intranet and internal communications to employees and managers
 Manage, drive and support the end-to-end recruitment and talent management process for the workforce including APS employees, third party labour hire, volunteers, interns and work experience placements.
 Identify continuous improvement opportunities in relation to timeliness, quality of selections and organisational capability.
 Ensure recruitment campaigns are tailored to meet business requirements and attract talented candidates, candidate management is efficient and effective and delivers a positive candidate user experience, and effective candidate sourcing and talent identification and selection practices are in place.
 Deliver a responsive and consultative approach to managing the recruitment needs and experiences of Hiring Managers and Candidates.
 Support line managers as required in updating and developing role descriptions.
 Ensure work level standards are completed for all positions recruited for.
 Ensure Labour Hire vendor's contracts are managed in line with C0007 Contingent Workforce Scheme.
 Ensure e-recruit vendor relationship is maintained and contract reviewed yearly prior to end date.
 Reporting on PAC activities and workforce data as required by Management, APS Act and related legislative requirements.
 Accountable for other tasks and projects as required and assigned from time to time.
 Support other PAC team member's responsibilities as required.
 As part of the PAC team contribute to the innovation and improvement of people management practice.
 Understand and comply with the agency risk management framework and relevant legislation, and contribute to the achievement of appropriate risk strategies. Guide others to identify and mitigate foreseeable risks.