Collaborating closely with the executive, leadership and teams, you’ll offer expert guidance and manage general HR queries, playing a vital role in maintaining a positive work environment and ensuring the continuity of impactful initiatives. Primarily responsible for the organisations employee relations policies, processes and procedures, and supporting the development and implementation of workforce planning practices, you’ll assist in embedding organisational development activities. Understanding business needs, drivers and challenges to build, equip and support leaders in delivering strategic priorities, you’ll drive high performance, provide advice, oversee due process and fairness, and ensure the consistent and effective delivery of people related projects and outcomes to the organisation.
There has never been a more exciting time to join this vibrant not-for-profit organisation, with continuous improvement and community at the heart of what they do. Empowering diverse individuals and communities to reach their full potential, they operate solely for community benefit and invest back into the same communities in which their services are delivered.
Benefits On Offer:
Working full time hours, Monday – Friday, remuneration of $110K + super is on offer, in addition to generous salary sacrificing perks in line with a not-for-profit organisation. With support and investment in your professional development, you’ll also be working shoulder to shoulder with some of the brightest professionals and gaining meaningful experience through empowering others, their families and the wider community.
Here you will work with people who are generous, caring, compassionate, and resilient. A team that never stops learning or striving to make tomorrow even better than today. On one hand the environment is relaxed, casual, down to earth and fun, but on the other, business activity is fast paced and agile with an accompanying growth mindset. Here you’ll find loads of well humoured office banter and celebrating success. Everyone is respectful and well intentioned, and there is a genuine focus on internal promotion and continuous learning where self improvement and development is both encouraged and celebrated.
With tertiary qualifications in human resources, psychology, business or any other related field, or with equivalent experience, you’ll ideally be an accomplished human resources professional and have worked in a busy general human resources role. With proven problem solving skills that have led to lasting employee relations solutions in the past, you’ll have a highly developed leadership capacity to influence, lead, coach and develop and motivate others. Skilled in interpreting industrial instruments and legislation, you’ll have experience providing advice relating to performance management and conducting complex investigations and can lead and support change management initiatives in a complex and often challenging work environment. Organised, self motivated, a proficient communicator and a natural influencer, you’ll also demonstrate integrity when dealing with sensitive matters and maintain discretion when dealing with confidential information.
How To Be Considered:
To apply, follow the links or email [email protected] with your CV. For further information on this opportunity or if you have a disability or medical condition and require alternative access application methods or would like to discuss access requirements/ reasonable adjustments for the recruitment process, please contact Lauren Hogan on [email protected] or 0439 351 629 to discuss.
Who Are We:
Fruition Recruitment is a Geelong based, and Geelong exclusive, boutique recruitment firm that specialises in talent acquisition, executive search and talent advisory. With a reputation for providing industry leading results, Fruition works hard to provide a fresh alternative to transactional sales-driven agencies and is a business that clients love working with and candidates trust. We are working on this vacancy on behalf of our client.
Having a workforce that reflects the community we serve is important to both us, and to the businesses with which we partner. Our clients want to attract and retain people of all genders, ages, religions, disability, sexual orientation, family and caring responsibilities, and cultures including people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. If you are interested in a position, we encourage you to apply as we celebrate the benefit that diversity brings to organisations, and to our community.
Please note though, due to the large volume of applications responses we receive to our advertised roles, we’re only able to contact shortlisted candidates. If it has been more than 7 business days since the date of your application and you haven’t heard from us but would like some specific feedback on your application, please feel free to contact us directly and we’d be happy to discuss with you.