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Human Resources Business Partner

Calvary - Bruce, SA

HR & Recruitment
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Human Resources Business Partner - Senior Officer Grade C

Calvary Public Hospital Bruce

Permanent Full Time

Salary Range: $110,397 - $118,832 plus super & salary packaging

About Calvary

Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB) is a 265 bed multi-discipline, modern healthcare facility serving the ACT community. At CPHB, our patients and their families expect a highly skilled, compassionate and dedicated workforce. Calvary staff pride themselves on ‘being for others’. The patient journey is at the centre of Calvary’s philosophy within our models of care

About the role

The HR Business Partner will be an experienced operational and strategic human resources practitioner who demonstrates sound leadership, relationship management, communication, and analytical skills. Using these skills the HR Business Partner will provide specialist advice and management through relationship building, conflict resolution, strategic issue management, operational implementation and proactive delivery of a diverse range of workplace relations, employment, policy and procedure, advocacy and business partnering services. Key to the success of the role will be the ability to engage and influence key stakeholders on HRM strategic direction.

The HR Business Partner will adopt a coaching and mentoring approach with a primary goal of building confidence and capability within leaders, managers and employees in support of a people-centred culture.

The duties:
Provide specialist technical and strategic advice to senior managers and employees in relation to a range of people management concerns, workplace relations issues, and clarifying employment policy.
Build a performance development culture in collaboration with colleagues in the HR Division and key stakeholders across the organisation to enhance people management and leadership practice and standards; and drive business improvement.
Facilitate a positive resolution to complex employment relations/industrial issues in collaboration with key stakeholders, with a priority placed on treating every individual with respect and dignity, irrespective of the situation or outcome.
Provide high level support, advice and case management services in the investigation and/or resolution of employee complaints, grievances, misconduct, under performance and other such matters.
Support processes to ensure CPHB employees are responsible and accountable for their own actions, performance and conduct, and remain compliant with relevant policy, legislation and professional standards.
Deal with complex enquiries, conduct research, and prepare reports or advice to management or other interested parties, as appropriate, on a variety of people management and workplace relations related matters, and prepare higher level correspondence.
Represent HR on committees and in other fora, as required.
Write and review relevant policies and procedures.
Actively participate as a member of the HR Leadership Team.

What you bring

Tertiary qualifications in human resource management (HRM), industrial/employment law or a related discipline, and/or substantial experience in these fields, and/or substantial and relevant experience and practice managing an HR function in a medium-sized or larger organisation.
Demonstrated leadership ability in managing and developing a diverse team, including indirect reports and others who may not report directly to you but must follow your direction or advice.
Demonstrated experience in HRM practices, including employee/industrial relations, dispute resolution and relationship building.
High level of business partnership and collaboration skills, including the demonstrated ability to engage and influence key stakeholders.
A key focus on resolving matters through informal processes, relationships, conflict resolution and building productive partnerships, rather than formal processes, investigative or industrial actions.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, and ability to manage personalities and complexity with maturity, respect and integrity.
Demonstrated understanding of relevant employment or HR-related legislation and regulation, including the ability to interpret enterprise agreements and other industrial instruments, and build effective policy and procedural frameworks to support implementation and adherence.

How to apply?

Applicants are expected to respond in writing and include the following:

Cover letter outlining why you believe you are suitable for this role (use the position description as a guide, maximum one page)
Current Resume
Contact details including email address and phone number of 2 professional referees

Closing date for applications: 11:45pm Sunday 11th April 2021

Applications must be submitted online via: http://www.calvary-act.com.au/career-vacancies.html

Note the outcome of this recruitment may be used to appoint two temporary, full time and part time positions within 12 months.

Please note we are unable to accept emailed applications or resumes and phone calls from recruitment agencies.

Contact officer for further information:
Anne-Marie Cassell

Senior Manager, HR Operations

Email: Anne-Marie.cassell@calvary-act.com.au

Selection Criteria Essential: As this is a permanent vacancy, candidates must hold Australian or NZ Citizenship or the right to work permanently in Australia. Do you have this status?
Contact Person Anne-Marie Cassell
Contact Email Anne-Marie.cassell@calvary-act.com.au
Closing Date 11/04/2021

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