Director, People & Organisational Development Kaihautū Pūmanawa Tangata - Rotorua Lakes Council
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Rotorua Lakes Council (RLC) is based in Rotorua and is known as an innovative council forging strong relationships in the community and with local Iwi. The strength of its people is valued as the strength of the Council. The area is known for high quality tourism and activities, culture, shopping, hospitality, sports, and schooling.
Reporting to the Deputy Chief Executive, Organisational Enablement, RLC is seeking the right person to lead and develop its culture, values and people functions. This is a strategic role, requiring a highly experienced people leader who will enable RLC staff to deliver to communities’ objectives. The Director, People & Organisational Development will lead a high performing, collaborative and dynamic team of HR professionals.
Skills and Knowledge
The successful candidate for this role will have a strong HR track record including in IR/ER advice and be strategic in their ability to align people strategies with organisational outcomes. The strengths of this person will be in building sustainable relationships with key stakeholders, outstanding people leadership skills, and bring a strong bicultural capability to HR systems, actively support the organisation in effectively partnering with Iwi partners and broader community stakeholders.
The person appointed to this position will have an excellent track-record in developing a positive and high-performing culture, have an empowering style with staff, will be outcomes focussed and comfortable as a key member of the leadership team. The candidate we are looking for needs to have worked with large and complex organisations.
To apply in strict confidence now, email your cover letter and CV to email@example.com quoting A007476hrnz. Applications close on 26 April 2017. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.
To view the Position Description, please visit www.sheffield.co.nz
For more information please phone David Hammond on +64 27 444 6368.
HR Advisor - Apata Group Limited
InformationDue to internal promotion, we are looking for an experienced HR professional to join our team. This person will have sound employment relations skills to manage the day to day operations of our Katikati site. The role is integral to the operation of our site therefore relationship building skills are paramount. Mentoring and coaching skills are vital as you will work alongside both our managers and a developing HR Assistant. An eye for detail is a must and most importantly a sense of humour is essential.
Who are we?
Apata Group Limited is a long established and highly regarded post-harvest facility, specialising in the packing and cool storage of both Kiwifruit and Avocados.
At the heart of the way we work is respect for each other, a ‘roll your sleeves up and get stuck in’ attitude and a sense of being part of an extended whanau. We believe that no matter what, we need to look after each other.
What we do is in our blood, and we thrive on using our collective experience and passion to make our company the best it can be.
What we offer?
Who are you?
If you have any questions or would like to view a position description please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
HR Advisor - NZ On Air
We are excited to be working alongside NZ On Air, recruiting for a part-time HR Advisor, 24-30 hours per week. This role will suit someone with 2-3 years’ HR experience, who is ready to lead the HR function for the organisation.
As the role is newly created, we are looking for someone who is able to come in and pick up the work that the Leadership team is already doing and start to put frameworks and processes around it. A key focus will be developing and implementing HR strategies and initiatives, including supporting the Leadership team in its work to implement strategies supporting Tikanga Māori in the workplace.
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a close-knit work whānau. Key to this role will be the ability to establish and build close relationships across the organisation with a genuine desire to support and develop those around you.
Ideally you will have:
To submit your application, please send your cover letter and CV to email@example.com. Alternatively, please contact Diane Burborough on (04) 472 0140 and quote reference number 44704.
GBL Personnel is a proud member of Diversity Works and the Recruitment, Consulting and Staffing Association (RCSA). GBL is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion at work. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Para Consultant - McLaren Associates Ltd
We are one of New Zealand’s long established recruitment and HR consulting companies, offering a full range of recruitment and HR services to our clients and candidates nationwide. Over the last 32 years we have built a strong reputation for client and candidate care and have received numerous awards, including “Excellence in Candidate Care” and “Small Recruitment Agency of the Year” at the Seek Annual Recruitment Awards. We constantly receive positive feedback for our prompt, efficient and friendly service and are now seeking a like-minded, customer service oriented professional to join us.
The Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for providing a high level of customer service to all of our valued clients and candidates, and will work closely with our Senior Para Consultant, Georgia, to deliver efficient and effective recruitment support to the team.
Key responsibilities include supporting the consultants with candidate search activity, telephone screening and reference checking for support level roles, and managing the placement of job advertisements on a variety of online job boards. You will also be responsible for acting as the first point of call for candidate enquiries via phone and email, managing and maintaining our database and managing a variety of general and recruitment related administration and office management tasks.
We are a small, busy and collaborative team and we will give you every opportunity to get involved in other areas of business operations as well. The more interest and initiative you display, the more you receive in return.
Applications to: Nikki Walshaw or Kirsty McLaren via mclaren.co.nz
Position description: Available to view at mclaren.co.nz
P: 04 499 1069
Talent Sourcing Advisor - St John
St John is more than just NZ's National Ambulance Service, there are multiple services and product lines we provide in the Community Health Services and Commercial business areas across NZ. We're on a journey towards becoming a truly integral part of New Zealand's community health care solution of the future. The Vision for St John is enhanced health and wellbeing for all New Zealanders.
It can be Auckland or Christchurch based! You will be part of the St John People and Organisational Strategy team.
This role is focused on sourcing and selecting the very best talent for our organisation. The Talent Sourcing team recruit and provide a positive people experience for all paid and volunteer staff across the whole organisation and manage individual portfolios within the business. They are the recruitment subject matter experts in their area.
You will join the Talent Sourcing which fosters an incredible culture, where collaboration is key and a flexible, high-trust working environment is on offer. We make sure we laugh and have fun along the way!
Your primary focus will be working alongside, advising and supporting People Leaders through the end to end recruitment and selection process. You'll utilise your expertise in developing sourcing strategies for applicant attraction, shortlisting talent that aligns to the needs of your people leaders right through to the decision making and hiring process. You may support with interviews and assessments centre style recruitment. We are a very capable and highly engaged and helpful team with many initiatives on the go! There is some really exciting stuff ahead!
St John is a values-based organisation and incorporate these into everyday life. Do our values align with yours?
You will be passionate about people experience and the following will enable you to excel in the role:
Come join us!
Applications close: Sunday 18th April. Follow this link to apply:
We welcome and encourage diversity in our workforce and adhere to best practice equal employment opportunity principles in all aspects of our recruitment and our ways of working.
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