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Hr Business Partner (See Advertisement)

Victorian Planning Authority - Melbourne, VIC

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA) is a State Government statutory authority governed by the Victorian Planning Authority Act 2017. Our focus is on integrated land use, built form and infrastructure planning outcomes for significant precincts and places in growing Victorian cities, suburbs and regions. We collaborate with key partners and stakeholders to deliver the Victorian Government's planning policies in support of urban growth, housing, jobs and transport options. We pride ourselves on our professionalism and our ability to overcome barriers and deliver great plans for precincts and places. This would not be possible without the best people and we ensure that every person at the VPA feels connected to our outcomes. We are committed to ensuring our entire team is supported, empowered and valued and we actively nurture a culture of continual learning and innovation.

The Victorian Planning Authority are looking for an experienced hands-on, energetic, and self-driven HR Business Partner to join our People and Culture team. You will play a critical role in our small team of four in actively supporting the business with day-to-day operational requirements and in the development and implementation of strategic initiatives from People and Culture Strategic Plan.

Key responsibilities:

  • As a key point of contact for people managers and employees, you will provide daily guidance and advice to the business on matters across the employee lifecycle: recruitment and selection, staff movements, remuneration and benefits, OHS, policies, learning and development, performance management, grievances, disputes, termination, redundancies etc
  • Work closely with the Manager, People & Culture, and other HR team members on a range of HR programs, processes, projects, and strategic initiatives to fulfil on the People and Culture Strategy Plan
  • Ensuring HR policies, processes and practices are compliant with all applicable regulatory and legislative requirements
  • Partnering the business across function and Groups to resolve sensitive and timely people matters
  • Producing a range of high-level written materials such as briefs, letters, checklists, procedures, policies, reports etc
  • Working with multiple systems to extract and manipulate workforce data for periodic reporting

Attributes looking for:

  • Tertiary qualified in Human Resources and experience working with Enterprise Agreements and applying Australian legislation across scope of HR work practices
  • Worked in a small HR team (less than 5) in a role that is busy, applied and hands on
  • Generalist experience across the suite of HR activities within an employee lifecycle
  • Proven ability and background working on a range of employment/industrial relations issues
  • Able to deal with ambiguity, be flexible in approach and pivot directions in a changing environment
  • Demonstrated ability to apply reason, use strong problem-solving skills and manage conflict
  • A high-level attention to detail on tasks, processes, and work practices
  • Enjoys working in Human Resources, People & Culture area

Please see attached the Position description for more details and key selection criteria. Salary for this role is set between $87,640 – $93,536.

How to Apply

To find out more about this opportunity, click the ‘Apply Now' button. As part of your application, you must attach a current resume and a brief covering letter demonstrating that you meet the areas of the key selection criteria found in the Position Description.

Applications close for this position at 11.59 pm on 13 June 2021, previous applicants need not reapply. No agencies directly.

Important Information about your application

The VPA believes in diversity and equality and we are committed to ensuring that our workplace is reflective of the Victorian community. We encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people with a disability.

We will offer reasonable adjustments for persons with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment as part of our commitment to build an inclusive workplace that supports everyone being fully integrated and valued for their contribution.