As part of the Senior Leadership team, the HR Manager is responsible for people capability, through building a high-performing, engaged workforce and developing employees through innovative people management practises.
What the role will offer:
- Coach and provide advice to Managers in relation to case management
- Provide advice on technical aspects of investigations and advise on appropriate outcomes of investigations
- Lead the development of written submission responses for employee claims related to equal employment opportunity, unfair dismissal, unlawful termination and adverse action
- Contribute to the business unit strategy by helping the leadership team identify, prioritise and build organisational behaviours, structures and processes.
- Manage specific HR projects as determined, and drive cultural change and efficiency reforms.
- Support line managers in forecasting and planning their talent pipeline and workforce planning requirements, in line with the function/ business strategy.
- Contribute to constructive culture in the team by demonstrating, modelling, and utilising appropriate leadership behaviour, symbols and systems.
- Improve the performance of direct reports through coaching, mentoring, training, instruction, advice, and direct example; ensuring clarity of purpose and performance measures.
- Develop and map the business training needs, report on training delivery including competency assessments.
- Support the internal communication strategies and plans and coordinate the routine meeting forums ensuring meeting effectiveness.
- Demonstrated experience in HR and, in particular, IR in unionised and sensitive environments.
- Significant experience in managing performance
- Demonstrated success in achieving cultural change through the implementation of structures change programs.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate with all levels of management in an industrially-sensitive environment, and strong negotiation skills.
- Ability to undertake investigative research to obtain, clarify and validate information which may require explanation and interpretation.
- Degree level qualifications in HR, IR or an equivalent discipline.
- Extensive IR and HR Management experience in a complex public or private sector organisation within a capital intensive industry e.g. mining, manufacturing and construction.