Full-Time People (HR) Advisor
In this People Advisor role, you will provide best practice people management (HR) advice to leaders and managers, with a key focus on employment relations, systems, recruitment and enhancing processes for a workforce of over 500 staff.
As part of the Human Resources team within the Organisational Capability & Development service, you will be supported by a collaborative group of proactive professionals. They enjoy working hard, making a difference and supporting the organisation’s vision – supporting disabled people to thrive as part of the community. Fun is no stranger to this team – they know how to celebrate success and enjoy their day-to-day delivery of quality work.
The ideal candidate will be a collaborative worker with strong communication skills and meeting deadlines will be a key motivator.
- At least one years’ experience providing employment relations and people management advice and support to leaders and managers
- Well-developed planning and organising skills
- Strong communication and influencing skills with an eye for detail
- Proven business systems and software skills
- Ability to work as part of a dynamic team
- Understanding and upholding the Articles and Principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- A tertiary qualification
- A full, clean NZ driver licence and ability to meet Ministry of Justice security checks.
- COVID-19 vaccinated, in line with the COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021
In return for your energy and commitment we offer a great environment with plenty of variety and career development opportunities.
The health and wellbeing of our employees and the people we support is very important to us and as such, Community Living is a smoke-free environment, and operates a drug and alcohol free workplace where we have a random testing programme for all employees.
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