Our ClientThe Westland District is underpinned by tourism, agriculture and mineral industries alongside an awe-inspiring natural environment. The Westland District Council’s motto is "the last best place", with a vision of being a world class tourist destination while fostering industries and businesses that lead through innovation and service. For more information on the Council and district visit: www.westlanddc.govt.nz or www.westcoast.co.nz The RoleReporting to the Chief Executive, you will manage the development and delivery of people, recruitment and health and safety frameworks for the Westland District Council. You will champion the people strategy in order for Westland District Council to be an acknowledged "Employer of Choice" by driving operational priorities and partnering with organisational leads through practical advice and support.You will be responsible for the oversight of recruitment and selection processes, ensuring the appointment of high-quality team members in line with the council’s values. In addition, you will oversee the effective performance management process, employee engagement, remuneration structures and learning and development programmes. You will also be responsible for role modelling a "Safety First" approach by ensuring organisation wide understanding and adherence to safety policies, work practices, and culture. In essence supporting our people from "hire to retire". Skills and ExperienceTo be successful in this role you will be a proactive and experienced HR professional with experience in employee attraction and retention, performance management, and health and safety best practice. Strong interpersonal skills, robust attention to detail, and the ability to relate to all levels within the organisation to drive organisational culture are integral. A tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline is desirable. To ApplyIf you feel you possess the above qualities and are drawn by the opportunity to further develop your career, prepare your cover letter and CV and click the ‘Apply’ button. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Nick Carter on 03 345 8764 or Carole Peterson on 03 345 8751. Applications for this role close 5pm Friday 24 JulyPosition Description 90000 AUD New Zealand - NZ West Coast Rest of West Coast
Job Opportunity | People and Capability Manager | Brannigans

People and Capability Manager

  • Leadership Role
  • West Coast Based
  • Rewarding Role within a Lifestyle Location!

Our Client

The Westland District is underpinned by tourism, agriculture and mineral industries alongside an awe-inspiring natural environment. The Westland District Council’s motto is "the last best place", with a vision of being a world class tourist destination while fostering industries and businesses that lead through innovation and service. For more information on the Council and district visit: www.westlanddc.govt.nz or www.westcoast.co.nz

 

The Role

Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will manage the development and delivery of people, recruitment and health and safety frameworks for the Westland District Council. You will champion the people strategy in order for Westland District Council to be an acknowledged "Employer of Choice" by driving operational priorities and partnering with organisational leads through practical advice and support.

You will be responsible for the oversight of recruitment and selection processes, ensuring the appointment of high-quality team members in line with the council’s values. In addition, you will oversee the effective performance management process, employee engagement, remuneration structures and learning and development programmes. You will also be responsible for role modelling a "Safety First" approach by ensuring organisation wide understanding and adherence to safety policies, work practices, and culture. In essence supporting our people from "hire to retire".

 

Skills and Experience

To be successful in this role you will be a proactive and experienced HR professional with experience in employee attraction and retention, performance management, and health and safety best practice. Strong interpersonal skills, robust attention to detail, and the ability to relate to all levels within the organisation to drive organisational culture are integral. A tertiary qualification in Human Resources or related discipline is desirable.

 

To Apply

If you feel you possess the above qualities and are drawn by the opportunity to further develop your career, prepare your cover letter and CV and click the ‘Apply’ button. Initial enquiries are welcome by phoning Nick Carter on 03 345 8764 or Carole Peterson on 03 345 8751.

 

Applications for this role close 5pm Friday 24 July