About the role
- Bring your passion to an organisation that makes a real difference
- Enjoy salary packaging in addition to your already competitive take-home pay
- Team player? You’ll love the positive, supportive culture!
You’re empathetic, strong and non-judgemental. You’re intuitive and you’re a fantastic communicator with a collaborative nature, which goes hand in hand with your strong technical and interpersonal skills.
Enthusiastic, capable and with a strong sense of social justice, you’d be an asset to any company. But to an organisation with values as strong, and a mission as ambitious, as ours? You’d be invaluable.
Welcome to Lutheran Community Care. We are an energetic, forward thinking and values driven faith based not for profit organisation, providing support to people who need it most. The wellbeing of our service users and staff is core to our operations and we’re looking for a People and Culture Coordinator to join our team in a part time capacity. There will be the opportunity for the role to grow to full time as the business grows.
About the role
Stepping into this role, you’ll play an essential part in our service by ensuring that everything we do marries up with our contractual obligations and regulations. In consultation with the Executive Manager People and Culture the People & Culture Coordinator (PCC) will contribute to the organisation’s recruitment and selection, learning and development, performance management, compliance, compensation, WHS and other related human resource functions as required.
As well as attention to detail, you’ll need some impressive computer and administrative skills and an equally formidable ability to manage time! You’ll also need to be a great communicator, able to explain sometimes complex regulations to others in a warm and friendly manner, and confident in yourself and your judgement.
You will thrive in this role as you:
- Coordinate organisation-wide learning & development programs for LCC staff and volunteers.
- Assist in the development, implementation, review and maintenance of appropriate policies, procedures and codes of practice in line with the organisation
- Provide generalist HR support across all service lines and branches within the organisation
- Provide support to staff and volunteers to access online learning programs, including co-designing learning programs and adding to the learning library as requested
What you will need
You’ll find yourself drawing upon those 2+ years’ experience in People and Culture role as you join our flourishing HR team. Your ability to manage your own time will prove invaluable: with variety comes multiple deadlines, and sometimes time pressure. Your confidence across the MS Office suite will ensure that you are able to hit the ground running on day one. And, it goes without saying, but your communication skills will be put on full display as you liaise with a huge variety of internal and external stakeholders.
In exchange for your hard work, you’ll be well rewarded. In joining a high-performing organisation. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn, move and grow your career. We’ll also take care of you from day one, with a competitive salary, a supportive environment and the added boost of salary packaging options.
Respect, Integrity, Compassion, Humility, Faithfulness and Trust
If these values are true to you and your passion to help create better lives for those that really need it, then we would love to hear from you!
About the organisation
How to apply
To apply for this job go to: https://lccare.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies
Applications close 14 August 2020
Please quote in application: People and Culture Coordinator via Pro Bono Australia.