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Job Title : Workforce Systems & Analytics Manager

STATE GOVERNMENT OF WA - Perth, WA

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Workforce Systems & Analytics Manager

Level 7, $119, 725 pa (with potential for growth) plus 9.5% superannuation.

Position Number: 941991

Work type: Permanent - Full Time

Location: Perth CBD

Closing date: 2021-06-23 4:00 PM

The Insurance Commission is a State owned Government Trading Enterprise that provides motor injury insurance to almost two million Western Australian motorists and manages the self-insurance arrangements of the Western Australian Government.

Generating $1.5 billion in annual revenue and earnings and with total assets of approximately $7 billion, the Insurance Commission is a substantial self-funded statutory authority.

The Insurance Commission's commitment to a high performance corporate culture, having a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and continuous improvement is creating new opportunities for talented people to improve service delivery.

The Role

This is a permanent opportunity to join a high performing, well-established and collaborative human resources team. The Workforce Systems & Analytics Manager leads the development and delivery of an accurate, highly responsive, customer and solutions focused payroll service and oversees the management and administration of the Human Resource Information Management System. This position is also responsible for monitoring, analysing and reporting workforce data and supporting planning for future workforce needs.

The Person

In addition to having extensive experience of Ascender HCM, you will align with our values and have the capability to:

  • Lead a payroll & systems team, with a particular emphasis on service delivery innovation and process improvement;
  • Apply high-level professional knowledge of the relevant Acts, Awards, Agreements, Regulations and government policies, including the ability to apply that knowledge in a HRMIS software context;
  • Report, research and analyse data to identify workforce issues and trends by applying knowledge of data extraction tools to support evidence based decision-making;
  • Organise work to reflect priorities and achieve outcomes within timelines for self and the team; and
  • Show initiative and a commitment to following up on matters, proactively sourcing information and drawing on available resources to provide quality service delivery on a range of human resource matters.

Training, coaching and mentoring will be provided.

Workplace Diversity

The Insurance Commission aims to have a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and encourages applications from women, young people, Indigenous Australians, people from culturally and linguistic diverse backgrounds and people with disability.

We are committed to making reasonable adjustments to prove a positive, barrier-free recruitment process and supportive workplace. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application and throughout the recruitment process. All information provided is private and confidential and will only be used for the purposes of providing reasonable adjustments.

Partnership with the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator

To assist in meeting the objectives outlined in the Human Resource Blueprint, and the Disability Access and Inclusion Plan the Insurance Commission has partnered with the National Disability Recruitment Coordinator (NDRC) to help us work towards building a more inclusive environment, implement processes and strategies to promote the recruitment and retention of people with disability. For information about the NDRC and services they provide refer to their website at https://www.jobaccess.gov.au/employers/about-national-disability-recruitment-coordinator.

Application Requirements

To be considered, applicants are encouraged to provide a detailed resume and a two page response addressing the capabilities for the role. This information should be based on the work related requirements in the job description form.

Appointment Information

In addition to the immediately available position, appointments may be made from this process within a twelve month period to similar positions that may be permanent or contract, including fixed term appointments with the possibility of extension or subsequent permanency.

Please note that we may elect to engage an external recruitment firm to source additional candidates at any stage of this recruitment and selection process.

Any offer of employment is conditional upon the applicant providing a satisfactory National Police Clearance which is no more than six months old.

What You'll Enjoy

Benefits of working with us include flexible working arrangements, career development opportunities and a Perth CBD location close to transport hubs. For more information, refer to our Careers page.

Enquiries

For Further information about the role please contact Grant Edmunds, Head of Human Resources on (08) 9264 3566.

If you have any technical difficulties in applying or access needs that may require adjustments during the application and interview process please contact HR on (08) 9264 3709 or email Human.resources@icwa.wa.gov.au.

Please also contact us if you require alternative documents and language formats or refer to our website for accessibility, alternative formats translation and relay services.

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- applicant information pack.pdf
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