Full-Time Head of People and Capability
– Unique, challenging and rewarding position; strategic and operational
– Make a meaningful contribution
– Lead a small team of HR professionals
New Zealand Red Cross is proud to be part of the largest humanitarian network in the world. Working behind the scenes and in plain sight, everywhere, every day, they are doing good. Wherever you are, the New Zealand Cross is right there too, providing assistance to vulnerable people both here and overseas.
It is an exciting time to join the New Zealand Red Cross, as they embark on the implementation of Strategy 2030 – an organisation wide strategy that provides clear direction for the next ten years. Its purpose is to build on their successful past to create a strong future, which they will achieve by focussing their services on what they’re great at – where they can have the greatest impact and where they have unique skills and contributions to make.
Under the direction of the National Board, management will plan and execute change in a phased way to ensure the New Zealand Red Cross can continue to support communities whilst they change. The Head of People and Capability will play a pivotal role in this.
You will help guide the organisation through their transformation from a people perspective, and take overall responsibility for ensuring New Zealand Red Cross has the right people with the right skills doing the right things, and that they have the support, tools, training, guidance, remuneration and acknowledgement required to succeed.
Empathetic, consultative and yet firm in your approach, you will know your craft well and will possess a strong understanding of relevant employment legislation and its practical implications. You will also possess superior problem-solving capabilities and have the ability to influence and inspire confidence at all levels.
– Significant experience in a HR role at a senior/strategic level, including experience in planning, managing and leading HR service delivery
– Expertise in successfully delivering change programmes
– Proven leadership capabilities with prior staff management experience
– Proficient in advising and coaching managers on the full range of HR and employment relations issues, including health, safety and wellbeing
– Well-developed knowledge of HR legislation, systems and best practice
– Excellent written and oral communication skills
– Strong relationship management capabilities
– Empathy with humanitarian causes and a desire to make a difference
– A relevant tertiary level qualification
Applications close: 5.00pm Sunday 29 March 2020
Applications to: Kirsty McLaren via mclaren.co.nz
Position description: Available to view at mclaren.co.nz
P: 04 499 1069
E: [email protected]
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