About the organisation
About the role
Our client is looking for an experienced People & Culture Manager to join their creative, music-based charitable organisation. This national organisation creates and promotes musical experiences that Australians can enjoy, learn from and appreciate. They partner with artists and musicians to bring music to life for schools, audiences and more, in an immersive and accessible way.
Working closely with the CEO, CFO, senior management and other leaders, the People & Culture Manager role will support the company’s people and resource management functions, managing and implementing all Human Resources services, policies and programs as well as supporting strategy and objectives. This role will provide HR and wellbeing advice and support to staff. They will work closely with payroll staff to ensure efficiency regarding all employees’ rates and salaries. This role will supervise casual HR department team members as needed, and scope requirements to recruit additional resources to support the People and Culture function.
This key role will serve the organisation in various ways. You will manage the recruitment and induction procedures, and identify training requirements and opportunities among staff. You will guide salary and annual reviews as well as ongoing analyses of organisational structure and position descriptions. This role will oversee internships programs, review of policies and ensure compliance in all HR-related areas. You will develop and manage internal communication channels, including an annual staff engagement survey.
The People & Culture Manager will give advice on employee safety, wellness and health, and assist with any workplace grievances. You will be adept at maintaining healthy relationships with volunteers and staff. You will contribute to ongoing improvements and development activities, staying up-to-date in your own skills, knowledge and wellbeing.
- Proven excellent interpersonal skills with a focus on people
- 5 years of experience in an HR-related position, and a familiarity with current legislation and practices. Tertiary qualifications relating to HR management are highly desirable
- Excellent project management and organisational skills
- Able to hold the sole HR role within the senior management team
- Desire to assist all employees in doing their work successfully and with rewarding outcomes •Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 suite (including Teams and SharePoint) and CRM databases
- Able to work flexibly, including some work outside of office hours and a small amount of interstate travel
- Previous experience in the arts sector is desirable
- Fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including booster shots, unless a valid exemption is held Hold a current driver’s licence and a valid Work With Children Check, or the ability to obtain one
APPLY NOW if you are an experienced, organised and people-focused HR professional with a passion for accessible arts, music and creativity for Australians.
For a confidential discussion, contact Jenni D’Orival or Michelle Varcoe at Gembridge on 03 8375 9661 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How to apply
Please quote in application: People & Culture Manager via Pro Bono Australia.