Coordinator Human Resources at Western Australian Electoral Commission

Western Australian Electoral Commissionis hiring people as Coordinator Human Resources. The Selected person will be earn at least Undisclosed AUD per month. There are also many more opportunities. Read the entire post carefully to know all the details related to this job.
PostingCoordinator Human Resources
Job EmployerWestern Australian Electoral Commission
LocationCBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
SalaryUndisclosed
Job SectorConsulting & Generalist HR

                            Coordinator Human Resources

        Level 5 | Permanent – Full Time | Permanent – Part Time

We are looking for someone who can either work full time, or at .8 FTE. If you would prefer to work part time please still apply, as we are willing to consider a job share arrangement.

  • Are you a HR professional ready to work directly with Executive to deliver organisational outcomes?
  • Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a small agency delivering services to all Western Australians?
  • Can you see yourself driving an innovative and collaborative culture?

The Western Australian Electoral Commission manages election events for the State and local governments and non-parliamentary organisations such as trade unions and others. We are undergoing a period of significant change, and we are looking for a Coordinator, Human Resources to work with us.

This is a readvertised position. Previous applicants are welcome to submit a new application but please follow the instructions in this advertisement, as it has been changed.

What do you do?

As the Coordinator Human Resources, you will develop and implement HR strategies and projects which will support the Commission to achieve its objectives and develop a values driven culture.

You will manage the delivery of human resource and payroll activities throughout the employee lifecycle, and provide services which are both compliant with the relevant frameworks, and focussed on internal and external customers. You will work with managers and employees across the organisation, and provide advice and education regarding corporate policies, procedures and instructions.

What are we looking for?

We are looking for a HR professional who isn’t afraid to drive change. A team player who genuinely wants to work alongside business areas as a partner, and thrives in a small organisation where you can get exposed to a diverse range of HR issues and projects. 

We are looking for someone who can either work full time, or at .8 FTE. If you would prefer to work part time please still apply, as we are willing to consider a job share arrangement.

Selection Criteria: 

Essential:

  • Experience in coordinating a client-focused human resources team, including managing payroll and developing strategic HR plans.
  • Experience in leading and developing a high performing team that can deliver outcomes within strict timeframes.
  • Ability to interpret and apply the relevant legislative, regulatory and industrial frameworks governing employment, ideally in a public sector context.
  • Well developed analytical, research and problem solving skills with the ability to exercise initiative and discretion.
  • Ability to consult, collaborate and negotiate with internal and external clients on a broad range of human resources and change management issues, and to drive continuous improvement in HR processes.

How to apply:

Please provide us with:

  • A resume of no more than three (3) pages; 
  • Contact details for two (2) referees; and
  • A two (2) page cover letter which demonstrates how your skills, knowledge and experience relate to the following Essential Criteria:
    • Experience in coordinating a client-focused human resources team, including managing payroll and developing strategic HR plans
    • Well developed analytical, research and problem solving skills with the ability to exercise initiative and discretion
    • Ability to consult, collaborate and negotiate with internal and external clients on a broad range of human resources and change management issues, and to drive continuous improvement in HR processes

 

Substantive Equality Statement:

WA Electoral Commission is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and encourage applications from a diverse field, including Indigenous Australians, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, youth, and people with a disability which is supported by our workforce planning.

Would you like to know more?

We encourage you to contact the Deputy Electoral Commissioner, Courtney Barron on 0460 292 869  if you have any questions about the position requirements or your suitability.

 

If you have any questions about the application process, please speak to our HR team on 9214 0499.

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