Fixed-term Human Resources Projects Consultant – Fixed Term
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Human Resources Projects Consultant – Fixed Term
The University of Auckland is New Zealand’s leading university. We employ more than 5,400 academic and professional staff to support over 41,000 students, making us one of NZ’s largest employers.
The Human Resources team at the University of Auckland contributes to the University’s mission “to be a research led international university recognised for excellence in teaching, research, creative work and administration, for the significance of its contributions to the advancement of knowledge and its commitment to serve its local, national and international communities”.
Our strategic objective is to contribute to the development of an engaged culture, driven from strong leadership, performance, operational excellence and readiness for change. We achieve this by providing professional, innovative and efficient programmes and services. We develop partnerships based on trust and integrity to foster excellence, engagement and fairness as we work to strengthen the University’s ability to recruit and retain high quality staff, and develop a culture that encourages and supports staff to reach their full potential.
Reporting to the HR Design and Change Manager, and working with a small team of professional organisational change and development specialists, this role will support the University as we review multiple aspects of our current structures to ensure we are primed to meet our strategic goals. A key focus of this position is to assist with organisational redesign and development projects, including a review of Technical Services and professional support for Teaching and Learning, in addition to various other function reviews.
This is a period of significant organisational change for the University, therefore the successful applicant will need to have a comprehensive understanding of large and complex organisations and the ability to support managers and staff through organisational change processes.
Our Ideal Candidate
As a seasoned, and highly experienced HR practitioner you will have held a senior Human Resource position in a large and preferably unionised environment. You will be able to demonstrate capability in developing and implementing HR change strategies aligned to strategic objectives, with proven skill in the delivery of complex change programs and projects. We are looking for someone who had a solid understanding of organisational development, change management and who has experience facilitating restructures.
The successful applicant will likely be:
What We Offer
This role would suit a senior HR Advisor or Business Partner looking to move into Organisational Design or Project consultation. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to expand on their existing HR portfolio with New Zealand’s leading University. We also offer a competitive salary, 5 weeks annual leave, subsidised car parking and childcare as well as flexible working and a culture dedicated to work life balance.
If you appreciate the challenge a large and complex environment offers, and value the opportunity to truly influence outcomes, apply online today!
For more information on the role, please view the position description.
Please apply online by the close date 29 04 2018
This is a professional, level 6 position.
This position is fixed term to 03 May 2019
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