About the company
4 U Care pride themselves on being a person-centred care organisation first and foremost. They are constantly looking for ways to improve their service to better support their team and most importantly, the people they support in the community. Their aim is to be the preferred choice of support for people with a disability throughout Australia and they aim to be unparalleled in their quality of care.
The organisation currently services Newcastle, the Hunter and Lake Macquarie. They are unapologetic in their quest to be people centred and the best they can be. The leadership team are supportive, inclusive and participant-focused in everything that they do. With a growing team and a commitment to being the best in the industry, this has resulted in the opportunity for a People and Culture professional to join the team and really make a difference in the organisation.
About the role
This newly created role will take on the responsibility of the development and delivery of the strategic People and Culture plan. With a focus on career development and being the people champion within the business, you will be responsible for translating the strategic plan into a companywide purpose that is aligned with 4 U Care's aim to deliver exceptional support care for people with a disability and to continue to build the capability of the team that delivers this important service.
This is a full-time role based in the Newcastle and will report to the Corporate Governance Manager, and will manage the following responsibilities:
Development and execution of the People & Culture plan
Coaching and supporting leaders to build high performance teams
Facilitate, drive and oversee all People & Culture initiatives across the business
Review, develop and implement People and Culture policies, procedures, guidelines and processes
Provide advice, guidance and support to the business on employee relations matters and ensure compliance with industrial/employment law and regulations.
Provide day to day guidance to leaders and team members within the organisation in accordance with company policy and procedures
Manage a small team, consisting of training and development and rostering professionals
We are looking for a genuine "people" person, someone who wants to make a difference in the work that they do every day. Ideally you will have:
A minimum of 5 years' experience in a Human Resources leadership role, ideally in a community services-based organisation
Excellent communication and influencing skills including strong assessment and judgement skills and the ability to think outside the square
A passion for and experience in implementing career and capability development programs
Broad HR generalist experience, with a well-rounded background in people strategy, career development, and leadership capability development
Demonstrated experience developing and delivering key people programs of work
Strong commercial acumen and proven experience in undertaking activities that contribute to meeting the business's objective and plans
Ability to deal with multiple and conflicting priorities with ease
Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or Business
How to apply
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