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HR Manager

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Competitive hourly rate
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Deborah Moreton
12 months ago
About the role:

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.
Key skills and experience:
  • 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.
If you match the selection criteria and are interested in finding out more about the position, please forward your updated resume to Jon McCahon and Miles Murray by clicking the "APPLY NOW' button. For a list of all vacant positions, please see our website

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