Human Resources Business Partner

We are looking for a suitably qualified Human Resources Business Partner to join the team. You will be responsible for providing high level expertise on a range of complex, strategic and operational human resources activities, programs, and projects. The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) will deliver significant support to Council business units and contribute to the achievement of their goals, thereby improving organisational performance.The successful applicant will have:Supervision experience of a small team delivering HR functions, including, Recruitment, Employee and Industrial Relations and generalist human resources services.Experience providing specialist advice and support to managers and employees on a range of HR matters including but not limited to employee experience, performance management, workforce planning, management and resolution of disputes and grievances, change management, workforce planning and leadership coaching.Experience in job design, job analysis, development of Position Description documents, job evaluation and role reclassification.The ability to administer and undertake the development, review and implementation of HR policies, procedures, guidelines, and templates to meet legislative requirements and support business requirements (Including stakeholder engagement and consultation).Highly developed analytical, conceptual, and reasoning skills with the ability to interpret employment legislation, awards, and agreements, provide accurate advice across the organisation, identify options, make recommendations, and support managers with HR issues.Experience interpreting an Enterprise Agreement and knowledge of the bargaining process.Qualifications required:Degree qualifications in HR management or a related field, or equivalent demonstrated experience in a HR generalist role (minimum 5 years) and completed a Return to Work Coordinator approved course of training.Position Hours: Full-time, 75 hours fortnight with RDO.Salary range: $97,581.03 to $112,608.67 pro rata plus superannuationFor further information on this position, contact Rachel Cooper, Manager Human Resources on (03) 6216 6800.GCC Employee benefits:15% superannuation (OTE)9 day fortnight (Rostered Day Off) with full time positionsGlenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021Free parkingCorporate Banking BenefitsCorporate discounts on gym membershipCorporate offers on Private Health InsuranceFlexible Working ArrangementsPaid Paternity LeaveLearning & Development opportunitiesAnnual wage increasesMind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions)Access to Employee Assistance Program servicesHow to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. To be considered for this role, all applicants must:Address the key selection criteria in the Position DescriptionProvide a current ResumeA national Police check, WWVP, health assessment and reference checks will be requested and organised by Council prior to employment.Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 30 June 2024Position Description AUD Glenorchy 7010

Human Resources Business Partner

We are looking for a suitably qualified Human Resources Business Partner to join the team. You will be responsible for providing high level expertise on a range of complex, strategic and operational human resources activities, programs, and projects. The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) will deliver significant support to Council business units and contribute to the achievement of their goals, thereby improving organisational performance.

The successful applicant will have:

  • Supervision experience of a small team delivering HR functions, including, Recruitment, Employee and Industrial Relations and generalist human resources services.
  • Experience providing specialist advice and support to managers and employees on a range of HR matters including but not limited to employee experience, performance management, workforce planning, management and resolution of disputes and grievances, change management, workforce planning and leadership coaching.
  • Experience in job design, job analysis, development of Position Description documents, job evaluation and role reclassification.
  • The ability to administer and undertake the development, review and implementation of HR policies, procedures, guidelines, and templates to meet legislative requirements and support business requirements (Including stakeholder engagement and consultation).
  • Highly developed analytical, conceptual, and reasoning skills with the ability to interpret employment legislation, awards, and agreements, provide accurate advice across the organisation, identify options, make recommendations, and support managers with HR issues.
  • Experience interpreting an Enterprise Agreement and knowledge of the bargaining process.

Qualifications required:

  • Degree qualifications in HR management or a related field, or equivalent demonstrated experience in a HR generalist role (minimum 5 years) and completed a Return to Work Coordinator approved course of training.

Position Hours: Full-time, 75 hours fortnight with RDO.

Salary range: $97,581.03 to $112,608.67 pro rata plus superannuation

For further information on this position, contact Rachel Cooper, Manager Human Resources on (03) 6216 6800.

GCC Employee benefits:

  • 15% superannuation (OTE)
  • 9 day fortnight (Rostered Day Off) with full time positions
  • Glenorchy City Council’s Enterprise Agreement 2021
  • Free parking
  • Corporate Banking Benefits
  • Corporate discounts on gym membership
  • Corporate offers on Private Health Insurance
  • Flexible Working Arrangements
  • Paid Paternity Leave
  • Learning & Development opportunities
  • Annual wage increases
  • Mind Body Spirit Committee (Values, Health & Wellbeing, Social functions)
  • Access to Employee Assistance Program services

How to apply: Applications for this position must be lodged on this site or on the Glenorchy City Council website www.gcc.tas.gov.au - Careers page. 

To be considered for this role, all applicants must:

  • Address the key selection criteria in the Position Description
  • Provide a current Resume
  • A national Police check, WWVP, health assessment and reference checks will be requested and organised by Council prior to employment.

Applications close at 8pm on Sunday, 30 June 2024