People & Culture Adviser - (4days/week)
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- Job Listing Date
- 20 Jan 2020
- Sydney, North Shore & Northern Beaches
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR
Why work for The Tax Institute?
Our business is transforming and this drives the need for responsive, innovative and practical people strategies and programs that meet the needs of our people & culture.
As an organisation we are a leading professional organisation and an educator in tax. We pride ourselves on delivering members with products and services that educate, transform and position our members as experts in the tax profession globally.
As we expand our offering to members, we grow, and this impacts how we attract, manage and support people and how we cultivate a culture that reflects our key values and allows us to achieve.
Your role in our business
As our People & Culture partner you will have the opportunity to champion people & culture and employee management strategies, programs and processes in a responsive, innovative and practical way.
The role is accountable for leading efforts to attract and develop engaged and performing employees. This is a hands-on, solutions-focused role that will toggle across operational, tactical and strategic people and culture topics.
Specific outcomes include:
Implement the people and culture strategy successfully across all areas of the business and align to the strategic business plan; people strategy deployment;
Deploy a productive and engaging performance management system;
Deploy a robust learning and development annual plan; learning & development:
Develop and implement an onboarding tool that aligns people with our business; culture & change;
Devise and implement talent acquisition initiatives within agreed budget; talent acquisition & retention
WHS initiatives are agreed and managed within agreed targets; work, health & safety;
Collate HR data, metrics and analytics to provide qualitative and quantitative insights to set priorities and inform people strategy decisions. HR governance.
What we need from you
Formal qualification in Human Resources and at least 7 years experience as a business partner;
Experience across a broad range of human resources BAU issues including performance management, employee relations, workforce planning, employee relations, strategic HR planning and change management.
Experience at partnering with business leaders to implement initiatives, identify risk areas and consult on a range of people issues to drive business outcomes;
An empathetic listener with the ability to manage difficult conversations with a range of employees;
Experience in a change or transformational culture where you have managed HR project would be highly desirable;
The Tax Institute has been around for 75 years supporting the tax profession in Australia.
We can offer you a position where you will have a “hands on” visible role as an HR professional in a small business environment reaching across Australia.
You will directly manage relationships with our leaders and must be able to display a maturity to deal with a range of stakeholders from the leadership team down. If you are a seasoned professional seeking to balance work with other pursuits or an aspiring HR Manager with an ability to analyse and action on people & culture needs we would like to see your application.
All applicants must hold an appropriate visa to work permanently in Australia and be prepared to provide references as part of our recruitment process.
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