An exciting opportunity has opened up to work as a Manager People, Culture and Learning for a leading disability service organisation based in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne, who through care and support work tirelessly to provide quality services to people living with disability. Previous experience in disability, community service, health or the not-for-profit sector ideally sought.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and with the support of a small team you will be part of the senior leadership team and will provide strategic and operational support to the organisation. Experience gained in the disability, community services, health and/or not for profit sectors and knowledge and experience in delivering and coordinating human resources functions and tasks is sought for this broad role.
- Planning and establishing a forward-thinking talent acquisition strategy that meets the organisation's current and future demands.
- Developing, maintaining and implementing human resource systems, processes, procedures and infrastructure.
- Supporting line managers with recruitment activities and managing end to end recruitment process.
- Collaborating with line managers to deliver a learning plan aligned to strategic plans with matching budget allocation.
- Chairing committees including the Living a Shared Culture Committee the Occupational Health and Safety Committee.
- Assisting managers and staff with the interpretation of Enterprise Agreements and related company policies and procedures.
- Coaching and supporting managers and employees on all areas of performance management, performance development, recruitment and retention, engagement, position description development, workforce planning and succession planning.
- A relevant tertiary qualification with significant and high-level generalist people, culture and learning experience.
- Previous experience in a Disability or Age Care Sector environment.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Experience in managing workplace change.
- Strong knowledge of and experience working with industrial relations instruments and employment legislation.
- Experience in the delivery of staff training and development.
- A respect for and commitment to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
- Knowledge or awareness of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
What in it for you:
This is a key role for the organisation and you will be will enjoy working with people whose values are truly aligned, there is plenty of on-site parking and the office is located within close proximity to shops and a train station.
If you take pride in the work you do every day, and want to make a difference then we want to talk to you! Please click APPLY now and send through your resume and cover letter outlining relevant experience. Or if you would like some further information please call Ashleigh Nicholls on 9535 9500.