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People & Culture Officer

Advertiser: Montrose Therapy & Respite ServicesMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
1 Mar 2019
Location
Brisbane, CBD & Inner Suburbs
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR
People & Culture Officer


With more than 80 years of experience behind us, Montrose has evolved into a modern, customer focused service provider supporting children and young people with a disability throughout Queensland. We offer a diverse range of high quality therapy and support services to children and young people at home, in the community or at one of our Service Centres.

 

What sets us apart is the amazing team of people working with our customers and their families. Being part of the Montrose community means you’re making a positive difference to so many lives. We think you’ll love working here!

 

We are currently seeking a switched on and experienced People & Culture Officer on a permanent full-time basis. Reporting to the Director - People & Culture you will provide daily P&C support across the business and be actively involved in many continuous improvement projects.

 

This key role incorporates a diverse range of tasks including:  

  • Recruitment and selection of staff across the organisation
  • Developing and facilitating learning and development programs including the employee orientation program
  • Actively involved in policy and procedure updates based on relevant legislation and contemporary practices 
  • Maintain the organisation chart and relevant position descriptions
  • Assist with the implementation of many new programs across the organisation including performance feedback processes, workforce planning, values integration and onboarding.

 

To be considered for this role, you will ideally have:

  • Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Business, Management, Psychology, Leadership or other relevant field.
  • Experience developing and or administering workforce planning processes.
  • Experience in a generalist HR Coordinator level role, with some business partnering experience.
  • Experience developing and running on-boarding/induction programs and other training programs.
  • Sound experience in general administration.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously.
  • Current ‘C’ class driver’s license.
  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office Suite with an excellent working knowledge of Excel.
  • Be eligible to apply for a working with children check (blue card) and an exemption notice (yellow card) through The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
  • Be an Australian or NZ Citizen or Permanent Resident, or have a relevant visa.

 

Your next question is probably “what it’s like working for Montrose?”

  • There’s so many good things to tell you that we've put them together into a brochure! You can download it here. 
  • The highlights include:
  • Great salary and packaging options.
  • Assistance to keep you happy and healthy.
  • Flexible working arrangements and a family friendly environment.
  • Modern, high quality workplaces.

 

To find out more about Montrose and the services we offer, please visit our website montrose.org.au or jump onto our Facebook page.

 

If you think this is the right fit for you and would like to know more about the role, please click here for the position description.

 

Montrose is committed to diversity in the workplace. We welcome applications from people of all cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are supported through the goals of our Reconciliation Action Plan.

 

To apply for this role please submit your resume and a covering letter via Seek.



To apply online please click on the "Apply Now" button. Phone 1800 193 362 or visit montrose.org.au

With more than 80 years of experience behind us, Montrose has evolved into a modern, customer focused service provider supporting children and young people with a disability throughout Queensland. We offer a diverse range of high quality therapy and support services to children and young people at home, in the community or at one of our Service Centres.

 

What sets us apart is the amazing team of people working with our customers and their families. Being part of the Montrose community means you’re making a positive difference to so many lives. We think you’ll love working here!

 

We are currently seeking a switched on and experienced People & Culture Officer on a permanent full-time basis. Reporting to the Director - People & Culture you will provide daily P&C support across the business and be actively involved in many continuous improvement projects.

 

This key role incorporates a diverse range of tasks including:  

  • Recruitment and selection of staff across the organisation
  • Developing and facilitating learning and development programs including the employee orientation program
  • Actively involved in policy and procedure updates based on relevant legislation and contemporary practices 
  • Maintain the organisation chart and relevant position descriptions
  • Assist with the implementation of many new programs across the organisation including performance feedback processes, workforce planning, values integration and onboarding.

 

To be considered for this role, you will ideally have:

  • Tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Business, Management, Psychology, Leadership or other relevant field.
  • Experience developing and or administering workforce planning processes.
  • Experience in a generalist HR Coordinator level role, with some business partnering experience.
  • Experience developing and running on-boarding/induction programs and other training programs.
  • Sound experience in general administration.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Self-motivated and able to work autonomously.
  • Current ‘C’ class driver’s license.
  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office Suite with an excellent working knowledge of Excel.
  • Be eligible to apply for a working with children check (blue card) and an exemption notice (yellow card) through The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
  • Be an Australian or NZ Citizen or Permanent Resident, or have a relevant visa.

 

Your next question is probably “what it’s like working for Montrose?”

  • There’s so many good things to tell you that we've put them together into a brochure! You can download it here. 
  • The highlights include:
  • Great salary and packaging options.
  • Assistance to keep you happy and healthy.
  • Flexible working arrangements and a family friendly environment.
  • Modern, high quality workplaces.

 

To find out more about Montrose and the services we offer, please visit our website montrose.org.au or jump onto our Facebook page.

 

If you think this is the right fit for you and would like to know more about the role, please click here for the position description.

 

Montrose is committed to diversity in the workplace. We welcome applications from people of all cultural backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are supported through the goals of our Reconciliation Action Plan.

 

To apply for this role please submit your resume and a covering letter via Seek.

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?
  • Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?
  • How many years' experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)?
  • How many years of in house recruitment experience do you have?

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