- Regional VIC > Warrnambool
- $85,047 - $94,682 (pro rata)
- Job posted on: 6th May 2022
- Applications close:
An exciting opportunity exists to join Glenelg Hopkins CMA in the position of People & Culture Advisor. This 12-month parental leave position is being offered with bases in Hamilton/Warrnambool, Victoria, or remotely. This part-time position is being offered at 0.6-0.8 FTE.
The Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority (CMA) was established in 1997 to effectively and efficiently deliver land, water and biodiversity programs that protect and enhance landscapes as well as support thriving communities.
We connect individuals and interest groups who live on, work with, and enjoy our land and waterways with reliable information, valuable opportunities, and inspirational motivation so that the community is informed, empowered, and enabled to create a sustainable South West Victoria.
We achieve this by employing passionate people who deliver our projects through the entire catchment area.
The People and Culture (P&C) Advisor sits within the Corporate Services team and partners the program areas to enable and deliver effective strategies and programs relating to;
The position is a key provider of authoritative advice and services to Executive and Managers on all facets of human resources management and proactively participates in and contributes to the Corporate Services leadership team.
The purpose of this position is to provide operational and strategic support within all facets of human resources, and to be the first point of contact for employees and external parties regarding employment matters.
The successful applicant will hold tertiary qualifications in Human Resources Management (HRM), Organisational Development or Business Management and a thorough understanding of the political, legal and social environment.
This role requires well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and experience in providing thorough advice and guidance on all facets of wellbeing, health and safety matters.
The successful applicant will have knowledge and experience in HRM and WHS strategies, policies and programs as well as experience with interpretation, application and negotiation of Enterprise Agreements.
Our organisation is committed to our three key values of 'Pro‐active, Professional and Innovative' that underpin our workplace culture. Employees are provided with a range of challenging, rewarding and diverse work, with access to flexible working arrangements, health and wellbeing initiatives and professional development opportunities.
To learn more about this opportunity visit our website.
For further information please contact Laura Haeusler, People, Culture & Wellbeing Advisor on 5571 2526 or firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line: People & Culture Advisor - Warrnambool / Hamilton enquiry via EthicalJobs.
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A position description is attached.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.