Manager, People and Culture
Advertiser: Tim Davies Landscaping4 out of 54.0 overall rating (8 employee reviews) More jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 2 Jan 2021
- Perth, Northern Suburbs & Joondalup
- Work Type
- Part Time
- Human Resources & Recruitment, Management - Internal
About TDL: We are a leading commercial and residential landscape company in Western Australia that has been in the business for nearly 40 years. We have designed, constructed and maintained many of Western Australia’s most iconic gardens. Based on an all-inclusive design, construct and maintenance model, the business has been growing and evolving which has continued to strengthen our unique brand. TDL now employs nearly 120 people on projects in Perth and the North/South West.
Our core values follow a perceptive approach built around people, places and projects and through innovative design that is in harmony with the environment. We pride ourselves in meeting unique demands and delivering exceptional green spaces that stand out through our passion and attention to detail.
Manager People and Culture role
We are looking for a strong yet relaxed hands-on, all-round and influential HR professional who will thrive in a medium sized, diverse, centrally located Landscaping business. This is a fast-paced multi-faceted role, where you will need to juggle conflicting priorities whilst making decisions to meet changing business needs across Design, Construction, Maintenance and Administrative areas. You will be an effective negotiator highly skilled in people management, award interpretation, recruitment and traineeship management, whilst having excellent experience across all key facets of HR policy, procedure and systems management. You need to be a 'real' person ready to get in and do what it takes to make the change. We have grown steadily over recent years and require a technically competent, quick thinker who can review procedures and bring the system into the new phase. Reporting directly to the Managing Director, you will be instrumental in driving cultural change initiatives, whilst positively coaching and mentoring the management team. Performance management, salary banding, researching and implementing best practice workplace initiatives will all be position requirements. Some understanding of safety would be highly advantageous.
You will be a reliable, adaptable, great communicator with a strong work ethic and a ‘can-do’ attitude, who is not afraid to roll up their sleeves, handle all the components of the role from senior to basic tasks, and be a positive leader of change. Ideally you will want to work part-time over 3-5 days/week and establish a long-term career as a key player in our leadership team.
Interested, please forward your resume and cover letter via SEEK.
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