Job Details
  • Reference394256A_1655768265
  • LocationNorth Sydney
  • SalaryPlus Super
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Posted9 days ago
  • ConsultantZoe Eagles

Our client who is part of large NSW Government agency has an immediate requirement for a Workforce People and Culture Manager for a full time permanent position.
This organisation is committed in providing services and standards that improve the quality and the excellence of services that the people of NSW recieve.
The Workforce, People & Culture (WPC) Manager will lead and manage the Human Resource (HR) functions of the organisation and provide strategic and operational advice/direction in relation to workforce, people and culture matters.
The role will provide leadership and expertise in HR strategy and workforce development, partner with key stakeholders, provide oversight of the day to day HR operations across the employee life cycle and research and analyse emerging human resource workforce and industry best practice trends in order to strategically prepare the organisation for its future workforce requirements to meet optimal business outcomes.
This includes the development and execution of strategic HR programs, initiatives and projects to build and enhance the workforce capability, workplace culture and staff engagement.
This role is based in North Sydney and offers a Hybrid working arrangement.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Deliver end-to end operational HR services and advice to the organisation ensuring a consistent approach to HR management and compliance with the legislation, internal policies and procedures.
  • Advise and coach managers on managing performance, collaborating on the development of strategies for addressing issues to contribute to building a high performing and accountable workforce.
  • Have oversight for development and implementation of activities and initiatives that sit under the framework of People Development, including tailored learning and development for managers and staff to increase both individual and team performance. An understanding and appreciation of organisation development models and approaches is essential to this role in order to positively impact culture and change.
  • Lead and support workforce planning activities including identifying people and culture talent/expertise across the agency to align with the organisations strategic plan people enablers. Leveraging internal development knowledge through collaborating with the organisation's Capability & Culture Directorate.
  • The role has oversight for the annual People Matters Employee Survey (PMES) including development and implementation of an annual action plan to address results. The role will lead and implement change management activities necessary to create the desired workplace culture.
  • Manage recruitment, on-boarding, exit HR functions. Support flexible work practice, performance, grievance and leave management processes. Create a responsive and accountable customer service culture, with a strong link to improving workforce and performance data/KPIs.
  • Contribute and lead key workforce, people and culture projects and initiatives as required.
  • Provide continuous service improvement and identify opportunities to collaborate across the corporate services directorate and broader organisatio

SELECTION CRITERIA

  • 1. Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Business or other related discipline and relevant extensive work experience. This includes strong operational and strategic Human Resource (HR) experience, preferably in a government context, with a track record in successfully developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives in a complex environment aligned to organisational strategic goals.
    2. Demonstrated experience leading and developing the capability of team/s, coaching and advising managers, whilst fostering a performance based and positive workplace culture.
    3. Demonstrated experience in project management and leading change, with the ability to design, manage and execute multiple HR projects, initiatives and activities.
    4. Strong communication, influencing and negotiation skills with demonstrated experience building relationships to influence and achieve optimal business outcomes. This includes high level interpersonal, written and verbal skills.
    5. Excellent analytical skills including the ability to analyse and interpret complex information from numerous sources, prepare and present analysis and reports, deal with challenges creatively and achieve customer focused solutions.
    6. Excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to critically assess situations and achieve results with a proven capacity to prioritise and multi task in a highly demanding environment.
    7. Demonstrated experience in stakeholder management, including capacity to engage and influence across a broad range of customers to maintain service delivery
    8. Selection for this role will be based up the NSW Public Sector Capability Framework applies to all NSW public sector employees.

    If this is of interest then please apply