People, Culture & Capability Manager
About the role:
Our newly created People, Culture and Capability Manager (PCCM) reports to the Director of Core Business and will be a critical member of the Nursing Council team. You’ll strive to centralise the HR functions, support our leaders with key people and culture practices, and ensure an effective working environment that brings the best out of our team. The PCCM role will provide a proactive, employee-focussed approach across a broad scope of HR related activities, fostering positive working relationships through advice, coaching and leadership across the Nursing Council.
This role has a range of responsibilities operationally and also provides input to the Nursing Council’s strategic initiatives, with the scope to create and deliver day-to-day HR functions and key projects. These projects include the roll out of newly revised policies, reviewing and re-designing on and offboarding practices, strengthening our performance review process, and creating a cohesive employee experience from start to finish. Being a newly created role, you have the ability to make this role your own and lead these key projects.
Our friendly, collaborative organisation is growing and therefore provides a fantastic opportunity for a Senior HR Practitioner to step up and help us set up a top-notch HR function in a professional, logically structured way.
There is some flexibility to work from home; however, this is mostly an office-based role.
You will bring a broad range of generalist HR experience and skills and be comfortable engaging with employees at all levels. You’ll have an understanding of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and feel comfortable representing and articulating the Council’s position on this. You may have held a sole-charge role before or be looking to step into one where you can really take ownership.
We're looking for someone who ideally brings:
- Clearly demonstrated experience working across the full HR remit
- Up to date with current industry trends and tools, and sound knowledge and experience of working with relevant legislation
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- The ability to build and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders both inside and outside of the organisation
- Flexibility to respond effectively to complex situations in a dynamic environment
- Comfortable with tikanga Māori and in situations where Te Reo Māori is being spoken
- Previous experience in a not-for-profit or healthcare organisation is advantageous but not required
If this role sounds like you then apply now with your CV and a cover letter telling us what makes you right for this role. If you have any questions, please contact Nikki Ting at [email protected]
We will be reviewing CVs as we go, so apply now!