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Human Resource Officer PT - NFP Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation

Advertiser: Kurbingui Youth Development LtdMore jobs from this company

Job Information

Job Listing Date
8 Dec 2018
Location
Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Salary
$26.99 - $30.04 ph + 17.5% Super+ Salary Sacrifice
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR
  • Make a difference supporting management and staff of Kurbingui to deliver community services to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community members.

  • Zillmere and outreach locations, onsite parking, train line next door, salary sacrifice options available 

  • NFP Aboriginal community controlled - community service organisation

Are you looking for a job that can support our Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community members to make a difference in their lives.  This role is to contribute to the overall management and support to staff delivering support services.

Kurbingui programs are targeted specifically to the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander community to provide support and assistance that is culturally safe and responsive, reflect community and family strengths, local needs, leadership and cultural knowledge.

If you think that this job is for you and you can meet the criteria for the role  then this could be the job for you. There is a competitive remuneration and benefits package available as well as the provision of ongoing training and  professional development?

Do you want to make a difference?

Kurbingui Youth Development Ltd (KYD) is a not-for-profit Aboriginal community-controlled organisation that offers support to around 13,600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people – approximately seven per cent of Queensland's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population – living in the Greater Brisbane, Moreton Bay and South East regions. Kurbingui has a sound established and maintained footprint throughout the regions which began in 2001. Kurbingui currently delivers various community services covering area such as employment and training, family support, domestic and family violence, alcohol and substance abuse, cultural education and engagement programs, education support for families and children from preschool to tertiary, recreation and sports, early years, youth, women's and men's programs and cultural group activities, and health and nutrition.

The Role

The Human Resources (HR) Officer is responsible for providing professional, timely and culturally appropriate HR advice and support to managers and staff in line with operational objectives, organisational policies and procedures, and legislation. The role has a generalist focus and supports all aspects of HR including (but not limited to) recruitment and selection, learning and development, HR administration, performance management, remuneration, risk management, health and well being, workplace safety, and HR reporting. The position also supports the finance and administration team with other activities as directed.

To be successful in the role, you will have:

  • Experience in a similar HR Officer or HR Administrator role. Desirable – within a community service or NFP environment; within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
  • Computer literacy in a variety of software packages. For example, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and other Microsoft Software programs. Desirable – exposure to payroll and/or HRIS software.
  • High level of communication skills; written, verbal, report-writing (desirable).
  • High level of attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Demonstrated experience in and the ability to motivate and mentor staff and build an effective team with a culture of high performance.
  • Experience in quality and risk management systems and reporting.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively plan, organise and coordinate own workload and time management skills; as well as the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Willing and able to work within a cultural competent context and Kurbingui Youth Development’s mission, vision and values.
  • Effective communication skills – written, verbal, interpersonal, as well as submission and report-writing experience.
  • Demonstrated core competencies, attributes and capabilities as listed in the Position Description.
  • Demonstrated intermediate ability to use computer IT systems including MS Word, Excel and data base programs.
  • Qualifications: Tertiary qualification in human resources, business, management or similar
  • Current first aid and CPR certificate.
  • Open Queensland Drivers Licence.
  • Have, or be able to acquire, a positive notice in the Working with Children Check (Blue Card),
  • Have or willing to undergo a Police Check.

This .3 FTE position offers a competitive remuneration package in line with the 'Fisher' & '316 Regulation' pay scale and Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010.

Address your application to Glenda Jones-Terare, Executive Officer gjonesterare@kurbingui.org.au. Your application must include a resume and a two-page cover letter that includes a response to the Key Selection Criteria as listed above. To request a copy of the position description please email Lisa Russell on lrussell@kurbingui.org.au. Applications who do not address the Key Selection Criteria will not be considered.

Employment is conditional upon maintaining a clear personal history screening checks prior to and throughout employment.

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