Part-Time People and Culture Coordinator
About the College
RANZCR is committed to improving health outcomes for all, by educating and supporting clinical radiologists and radiation oncologists. RANZCR is dedicated to setting standards, professional training, assessment and accreditation, and advocating access to quality care in both professions to create healthier communities. We are a membership organisation led by clinicians who are elected, across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
RANZCR creates a positive impact by driving change, focusing on the professional development of its members and advancing best practice health policy and advocacy, to enable better patient outcomes. RANZCR members are critical to health services: radiation oncology is a vital component in the treatment of cancer; clinical radiology is central to the diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury
About the Position
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) is a non-profit peak body for advancing patient care in the clinical radiology and radiation oncology fields across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. We are seeking a People and Culture Coordinator to join our team in our Wellington office, on a part time basis 3 days a week.
This is a newly created position, providing on the ground support to the team in our Wellington office. The role will also form a part of the People and Culture Team based in Sydney, providing support to all our employees across all of Australia & New Zealand.
The position will be generalist in nature, including providing support to the P&C team in Sydney with any annual project rollouts across the College, monitoring and responding to employee queries through the P&C inbox and also supporting our P&C Advisor with any internal recruitment. We also send out monthly P&C newsletters to our employees, this position would help with the development of creative content and activities across the College.
This would be an excellent opportunity for anyone who might be studying or recently completed studying Human Resources or a similar Business Degree. We are ideally looking for someone with a working understanding of New Zealand employment law and or previous experience in a similar role.
Ideally, you will be familiar with working in a not-for-profit organisation and or have an understanding of membership organisations and/or the healthcare industry.
About the team
We are a small yet, fun and friendly team, and we are looking for another member to join us in the exciting activities we will be launching this year as part of the College’s Strategic plan. This is a great role for someone wanting to develop their skills in the HR field, as we are a close knit team who are very supportive of one another. And we all pitch in to get our projects/tasks finished on time. While we will mostly interact virtually as a team, there will be opportunities for some travel to get the P&C team together from time to time.
Our evidence-based culture focuses on best practice outcomes for patients and equity of access to high quality care, underpinned by an attitude of compassion and empathy. The College’s values include acting with integrity, holding ourselves accountable and leading the way with innovative practices.
As an organisation we are committed to diversity and inclusion, and to the training and professional development of our people.
Some of our benefits, include RDO’s available throughout the year, additional paid leave days at Christmas for our shutdown period, additional Paid Parental Leave, promotion opportunities, EAP and Health and Wellness activities. We also have a hybrid work arrangement where we work from home and the office.
Please apply by clicking on the “Apply for this job” button, with your CV and cover letter.
We encourage all applicants to apply.
This is an excellent opportunity to work with a friendly and accessible team.
Recruitment agencies, we understand your interest, but we plan to fill this position ourselves.
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