About the Role
- Highly respected Community not-for-profit organisation,
- Be part of a dynamic & innovative leadership team.
- Flexible hours options considered.
Currently undergoing an exciting period of growth, they are now seeking to appoint a People and Culture Advisor to manage all of their HR generalist activities across People & Culture. Reporting directly to the Director, People and Culture you will be responsible for managing employee lifecycle activities including: end to end recruitment; induction and orientation; supporting performance management in coordination with people managers; supporting the implementation of organisational development initiatives; developing and maintaining effective administrative systems processes; and workflows that are aligned with strategic objectives and ensuring compliance with all legislative, sector and organisational requirements.
The successful candidate will be tertiary qualified in Bus Management or HR and possess generalist HR experience, outstanding people management and mentoring skills and be an effective team player. You will also have:
- Demonstrated recruitment, workplace relations, OHS and legislative compliance knowledge and experience.
- A passion and interest in people, culture and HR best practices.
- An ability to work independently, with initiative, sound judgment, attention to detail and be able to deliver high quality results.
- Credibility and Integrity and be able to influence and work effectively with Senior Management.
- Project management experience;
You will be strongly aligned to the mission and values of this unique organisation and be looking for a role where you can use your talent and abilities to take that next step in your career and really make a difference. Your knowledge of the not-for-profit sector will be highly regarded. A competitive remuneration package will be offered including attractive packaging benefits, salary packaging, flexible working conditions and professional development opportunities.
About the Organisation
Our client CBM Australia is an International Christian Development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world. They partner with government and non-government organisations with the aim of building and promoting an inclusive world in which all persons with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential.
Apply for this Job
To apply for this key role, please forward your CV and application letter to Linton Deane at firstname.lastname@example.org or for an initial discussion about the role please contact Linton directly on 03-9653 9468.
CBM Australia is committed to workplace equity and diversity and encourages applications from Australian Residents with diverse cultural backgrounds and people with a disability. CBM Australia is committed to the safety and best interest of all children accessing CBM supported services, programs and workplace. Relevant background checks including working with children, police and reference checks will be completed prior to the preferred candidate’s employment being confirmed.
Please quote in application: People & Culture Advisor via Pro Bono Australia.