Camp Quality believes kids impacted by cancer should have every opportunity to thrive. They do this by providing innovative programs and services to develop life skills and strengthen the wellbeing of children aged 0 -13 growing up with cancer, and their families, at every stage of the cancer experience.
Camp Quality is passionate about their work and the real-life benefits they create for their families, employees, volunteers and communities. Optimism, Integrity, Celebrating Life, Accountability and Excellence are the Camp Quality values that create a shared understanding of what they believe, how they behave and what they aspire to as an organisation.
About the role
Working closely with and in support of the CEO and Leadership Team you are responsible for all people-based activities from both an operational and strategic perspective. Leading a small team your core responsibilities include:
- Implement and execute a company HR strategy that supports a culture reinforcing the company values of optimism, integrity, celebrating life, accountability and excellence.
- Develop and implement effective HR systems that sustain a positive work culture (Performance Reviews/Reward & Recognition/Information System etc)
- Work in collaboration with the Leadership Team and managers to provide coaching and support in leadership and management development
- Ensure processes and procedures are in place to support compliance with WH&S, Workers Compensation, IR and EEO legislation
- Oversee and manage the HR budget
A lateral thinker with the ability to manage a multitude of complex tasks and projects simultaneously you will have:
- Tertiary qualifications in People & Culture management, business or related discipline. Post graduate qualifications such as an MHRM or MBA highly regarded
- Previous demonstrated experience in a Human Resources Leadership role
- Demonstrated ability to drive and communicate change across an organisation
- Extensive knowledge and evidence of application of contemporary HR practices and strategies including an in-depth knowledge of employment law and practices
- Demonstrated business acumen and experience of aligning HR strategy with business goals
- Superior influencing, negotiation and conflict resolution skills with a commitment to problem solving
- Experience with talent development and identification
- Previous experience within the not-for-profit sector will be highly regarded
We are excited to hear from you. To request a full position description please email Liska Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org
To submit an application please click APPLY including your resume and a response to the essential criteria.
Applications will be assessed on receipt and shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Applications will be reviewed on receipt.
The closing date is 19 August 2018.
Beaumont Not-for-Profit has been retained to recruit this position so please direct all enquiries to Beaumont People.