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3 Sep 2020

Full-Time People and Culture Advisor

Greenpeace –  Auckland City, Auckland

Job Description

Greenpeace New Zealand (GPNZ) is committed to attracting, developing and retaining a diverse and talented pool of candidates, while engaging in recruitment and selection practices that are in compliance with best practice standards and all applicable employment and privacy laws. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity employment for all applicants and employees and to adhere to the recruitment and selection guidelines at all times to ensure that we achieve this.

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced People & Culture Advisor to support the day to day People & Culture needs for Greenpeace New Zealand. We’re looking for someone who is flexible, has a sense of humour, can thrive in an ever changing environment and who can really support the important work of this organisation.

Here at Greenpeace we believe strongly that culture is key. You will be responsible for delivering on the People & Culture objectives which have a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. We need someone who has a passion for this work, who can support managers and the wider team with their learning in this space. Working with the Recruitment Assistant you will ensure that we hire diverse, highly skilled individuals who will contribute to achieving Greenpeace’s overall environmental mission.

The People & Culture Advisor has an essential role in assembling the GPNZ team and caring for our people. This includes supporting managers with coaching, handling employment relations issues, and as they work through the process of inducting new members of their team. You will be experienced working with Applicant Tracking Systems and HR Information Systems. This will be invaluable, as recruitment for our office team and telefundraising team is a significant part of your work.

Ensuring a strong Health, Safety & Wellbeing culture is an important part of Greenpeace’s work environment and alongside the Organisational Support Director, you will support the wider team to understand their personal responsibility.

Your main duties will include (but not limited too):

-Manage and oversee the end to end process for all GPNZ recruitment and induction, working with hiring managers throughout the process.
-Use system data to regularly monitor the effectiveness of the recruitment system.
-Provide clear and supportive leadership of direct reports to enable them to achieve their agreed roles and contribute their full potential to the direction of GPNZ.
-Ensure GPNZ’s People & Culture services are delivered as cost effectively as possible and expenditure is focussed and prioritised.
-Diversity and Inclusion strategy and any other known agreed projects.
-Support the Organisational Support Director in creating and delivering the GPNZ learning and development goals.
-Support the Organisational Support Director in ensuring the GPNZ Health and Safety systems are well understood by all staff.
-Greenpeace New Zealand Diversity & Inclusion Officer.

Competencies:

-A minimum of 4 years relevant NZ HR and recruitment experience.
-Competency in Microsoft programmes and G-Suite.
-Proven experience with Applicant Tracking Systems and HR Information Systems.
-Demonstrated competency in data reporting and analysis.
-Ability to implement strategy.
-Demonstrate clear planning and organisation skills.
-Demonstrate ability to drive and create culture.
-Excellent communication skills.
-Demonstrates high level of integrity.
-High level of resilience and persistence.
-Must be eligible to work in NZ

Job Expired October 3, 2020

Job Category: Human Resources. Job Type: Full-Time. Job Salary: 60,000 - 80,000.

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