Full-Time Senior HR Advisor
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- Based in Wellington
- Newly created opportunity
- Provide strategic support and deliver operational oversight of HR activities
- Be a part of a small and passionate team working to make a difference in the lives of women and girls in Aotearoa!
Manatū Wāhine is the Government’s principal advisor on improving the lives of New Zealand women and girls. Our vision is that Aotearoa New Zealand is a great place to be a woman or girl, that wāhine Māori succeed as Māori, and gender is not a barrier to wellbeing. It is an exciting time to join Manatū Wāhine with a new Chief Executive having recently come onboard.
This HR role is special because of the breadth of work you will be engaged in. You will have responsibility for delivering strategic and operational HR activities. You will need to be able to easily shift gears between these two spheres, providing true generalist and expert advice to people leaders across the full spectrum of HR. You will be able to quickly establish your credibility with internal customers and build people leadership capability and ownership with managers for the development, performance, and engagement of Ministry staff.
You will provide expertise on employment relations matters and work with the PSA in an open and constructive way. From a strategic perspective, this role will be involved some key people projects focused around building and shaping the Ministry’s culture, for example, embedding a new performance and remuneration framework and supporting the implementation of a cultural capability plan. And, not least, you’ll work within a great team!
You will ideally have public service experience, and be truly passionate about improving outcomes for wāhine.
Alongside your depth of HR experience, you will have as follows:
- Demonstrated experience in the implementation of HR policies, procedures and capability development initiatives
- A strong commitment to growing cultural capability, with a focus on te reo Māori
- High level written and oral communications skills
- Experience managing principled change and employee relations
- Strong relationship management skills with a strong customer focus
- Experience coaching and mentoring others
- The energy and ability to plan and organise a number of priorities
On offer is the opportunity to work alongside like-minded, passionate individuals who are focused on high quality delivery. The Ministry values flexible working and fully embraces principles of equality and diversity in the workplace.
Me pēhea te tuku tono – How to apply
The Ministry is a flexible-by-default organisation and we are open to considering a flexible arrangement for this role. Please let us know how that might best work for you as part of your application.
We value diversity in our workforce and select on capability, not gender, and welcome expressions of interest from a wide range of candidates.
The salary range for this position is $85,595 to $115,805 with a mid-point of $100,700.
A full job description is attached.
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How to ApplyTo apply for this position please send your covering letter, CV and completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, 26 September 2021 at 5.00pm.
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