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People & Culture Advisor

Advertiser: South West Institute of TAFE2.75 out of 52.8 overall rating (16 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
14 Jan 2021
Location
South West Coast VIC
Work Type
Part Time
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR

People & Culture Advisor

Who is South West TAFE?
South West TAFE is a world-class educator in an idyllic regional setting at the heart of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road region.
  
As the largest education and training provider in the south west and Australia’s Best Large Training Provider for 2020, SWTAFE offers practical and inspiring teaching that prepares students for in-demand jobs now and into the future.
  
Our focus is on delivering courses that give our graduates the skills they need to thrive in their chosen careers.
  
We offer over 150 nationally-recognised qualifications and short courses, and all are delivered by people with practical experience and backed by strong industry connections.
  
Our delivery is flexible, modern and designed to meet the requirements of the workplace, giving students the best skills to succeed.
  
South West TAFE’s campuses are located in Warrnambool, Hamilton, Portland and Colac with training facilities also located at Glenormiston and Sherwood Park (Deakin Warrnambool).
  
Position overview/your opportunity
  • Part-time 19 hours per week, maternity leave Fixed Term Contract (ending 28.02.2022)
  • Warrnambool campus
  • $74,920 per annum (pro rata), plus superannuation
  
Are people your passion? Are you highly adaptable and comfortable in a fast paced and ever changing environment? Do you have a strong desire to make SWTAFE an even greater place to work, by connecting with and supporting managers and employees during the professional and personal moments that matter?

If the answers are “Yes” then with your initiative, people skills and genuine passion for People & Culture, why not consider this exciting role as the perfect career move for you.
  
The People & Culture Advisor actively promotes and champions a positive, approachable and collaborative style and must have an ability to build relationships with Institute staff at all levels while providing a full range of HR generalist functions across South West TAFE. 

As the primary source of expert advice and information within the P&C department, the People & Culture Advisor acts in an advisory and interpretative role providing sound professional advice, confidential direction and ongoing support around recruitment and selection, contract and employment administration, management support, employee relations, and on the review, development and implementation of HR policies and procedures. 
  
The position has a lead role in managing and influencing the recruitment and selection process from start to finish, and also ensures progression of the department by assisting with the delivery of designated HR projects where required.
  
Key Responsibilities
Key Responsibilities for this position may include, but are not limited to:
  • Provide timely operational HR advice, support and consultancy to executives, managers and employees in workforce planning, job design, recruitment and on-boarding, employee relations, performance management, remuneration, conflict resolution and off-boarding.
  • Respond to all staff requests for information relating to terms and conditions of employment, award and agreement entitlements, allowances, leave accruals, staff kiosk and other related matters
  • Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of Institute policies/procedures, employment awards and agreements, legislation, and contemporary human resource issues and engage with HR professionals and organisations to maintain an understanding of current employee/industrial relations issues and legislative changes and ensure the development and maintenance of best practice HR principles.
  • Oversee, coordinate and participate in end to end recruitment processes, including job design and evaluation, recruitment and selection processes, offers of employment.
  • Oversee the on-boarding and probationary tracking of new employees, ensuring compliance within relevant legislative frameworks for on boarding and ongoing employment requirements.
  • Implement talent strategies to attract, recruit, select, develop and retain quality professionals.
  • Conduct end to end investigations into staffing related matters as needed by the organisation
  
Qualification/Requirements
Mandatory requirements
  • A Degree in Human Resources and relevant experience, or a combination of lesser formal qualifications at Diploma level combined with substantial experience and specialist expertise or broad knowledge in technical and administrative fields
  • Substantial experience using Microsoft Office products, HRIS and e-recruitment systems, Internet based applications and database management software
  • Employee Victorian Working with Children and satisfactory Police Check
  
Highly desirable requirements
  • Experience in Vocational Education & Training (VET) Industry
Benefits
We strive to be recognised as an employer of choice by providing staff with excellent working conditions and the opportunity for exciting career, personal and professional development opportunities including:
  • Competitive salaries
  • Community focused employer
  • Extensive Staff Development
  • Staff health & wellbeing programs
  • Staff discount program (Shop'n Save) & social club
  • Convenient campus locations
  
For further information please contact Karen Ellen, Executive Manager – Education Support
on 03 5564 8506
  
Applications close:  Sunday 31st January, 2021
  
How to apply
If this role resonates with you and you have the necessary skills and experience, then we would like to hear from you.

To apply for the role, please click ‘Apply for this job’ and provide a copy of your cover letter containing your responses to the key selection criteria as outlined within the position description along with your current resume.
  
A full position description is available from our Careers at SWTAFE webpage.
  
South West TAFE is an equal opportunity employer; fostering a fair, safe and inclusive environment, embracing all forms of diversity.
We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
Karen Ellen
03 5564 8506
swtafe.edu.au
Who is South West TAFE?
South West TAFE is a world-class educator in an idyllic regional setting at the heart of Victoria’s Great Ocean Road region.
  
As the largest education and training provider in the south west and Australia’s Best Large Training Provider for 2020, SWTAFE offers practical and inspiring teaching that prepares students for in-demand jobs now and into the future.
  
Our focus is on delivering courses that give our graduates the skills they need to thrive in their chosen careers.
  
We offer over 150 nationally-recognised qualifications and short courses, and all are delivered by people with practical experience and backed by strong industry connections.
  
Our delivery is flexible, modern and designed to meet the requirements of the workplace, giving students the best skills to succeed.
  
South West TAFE’s campuses are located in Warrnambool, Hamilton, Portland and Colac with training facilities also located at Glenormiston and Sherwood Park (Deakin Warrnambool).
  
Position overview/your opportunity
  • Part-time 19 hours per week, maternity leave Fixed Term Contract (ending 28.02.2022)
  • Warrnambool campus
  • $74,920 per annum (pro rata), plus superannuation
  
Are people your passion? Are you highly adaptable and comfortable in a fast paced and ever changing environment? Do you have a strong desire to make SWTAFE an even greater place to work, by connecting with and supporting managers and employees during the professional and personal moments that matter?

If the answers are “Yes” then with your initiative, people skills and genuine passion for People & Culture, why not consider this exciting role as the perfect career move for you.
  
The People & Culture Advisor actively promotes and champions a positive, approachable and collaborative style and must have an ability to build relationships with Institute staff at all levels while providing a full range of HR generalist functions across South West TAFE. 

As the primary source of expert advice and information within the P&C department, the People & Culture Advisor acts in an advisory and interpretative role providing sound professional advice, confidential direction and ongoing support around recruitment and selection, contract and employment administration, management support, employee relations, and on the review, development and implementation of HR policies and procedures. 
  
The position has a lead role in managing and influencing the recruitment and selection process from start to finish, and also ensures progression of the department by assisting with the delivery of designated HR projects where required.
  
Key Responsibilities
Key Responsibilities for this position may include, but are not limited to:
  • Provide timely operational HR advice, support and consultancy to executives, managers and employees in workforce planning, job design, recruitment and on-boarding, employee relations, performance management, remuneration, conflict resolution and off-boarding.
  • Respond to all staff requests for information relating to terms and conditions of employment, award and agreement entitlements, allowances, leave accruals, staff kiosk and other related matters
  • Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of Institute policies/procedures, employment awards and agreements, legislation, and contemporary human resource issues and engage with HR professionals and organisations to maintain an understanding of current employee/industrial relations issues and legislative changes and ensure the development and maintenance of best practice HR principles.
  • Oversee, coordinate and participate in end to end recruitment processes, including job design and evaluation, recruitment and selection processes, offers of employment.
  • Oversee the on-boarding and probationary tracking of new employees, ensuring compliance within relevant legislative frameworks for on boarding and ongoing employment requirements.
  • Implement talent strategies to attract, recruit, select, develop and retain quality professionals.
  • Conduct end to end investigations into staffing related matters as needed by the organisation
  
Qualification/Requirements
Mandatory requirements
  • A Degree in Human Resources and relevant experience, or a combination of lesser formal qualifications at Diploma level combined with substantial experience and specialist expertise or broad knowledge in technical and administrative fields
  • Substantial experience using Microsoft Office products, HRIS and e-recruitment systems, Internet based applications and database management software
  • Employee Victorian Working with Children and satisfactory Police Check
  
Highly desirable requirements
  • Experience in Vocational Education & Training (VET) Industry
Benefits
We strive to be recognised as an employer of choice by providing staff with excellent working conditions and the opportunity for exciting career, personal and professional development opportunities including:
  • Competitive salaries
  • Community focused employer
  • Extensive Staff Development
  • Staff health & wellbeing programs
  • Staff discount program (Shop'n Save) & social club
  • Convenient campus locations
  
For further information please contact Karen Ellen, Executive Manager – Education Support
on 03 5564 8506
  
Applications close:  Sunday 31st January, 2021
  
How to apply
If this role resonates with you and you have the necessary skills and experience, then we would like to hear from you.

To apply for the role, please click ‘Apply for this job’ and provide a copy of your cover letter containing your responses to the key selection criteria as outlined within the position description along with your current resume.
  
A full position description is available from our Careers at SWTAFE webpage.
  
South West TAFE is an equal opportunity employer; fostering a fair, safe and inclusive environment, embracing all forms of diversity.
We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.

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