We are seeking a Human Resource Officer who has hands-on experience, is passionate about eliminating stigma for people living with mental health issues, and enjoys working in the not-for-profit sector.
Your role will be coordinating and delivering effective and responsive Human Resource services. Areas include: maintenance of HR records, recruitment and selection processes, HR policies and procedures, induction and training of staff, supporting the CEO with performance management processes, and development of a staff well-being program.
This role is a part-time contract with an immediate start, valid until June 2021 (with possible extension).
- Personal experience of living with mental health issues, or experience working with people living with mental health issues.
- Demonstrated experience and understanding of Human Resources practices and procedures, including recruitment, within a small not-for-profit environment.
- Tertiary qualification in Human Resources with related generalist experience, and ability to keep currency with compliance.
- Demonstrated attention to detail and problem solving abilities.
- Ability to take initiative and achieve results with minimal supervision
- Highly organised with good time management capability.
- Ability to work in a team environment and resolve conflicts.
- High level of verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills.
- Demonstrated experience in training and development.
- Ability to present innovative solutions to complex and varied problems.
- Prior experience in community based human resources will be highly regarded.
- Current Cert VI – TAE or working towards completion before June 2020.
- Ability to commence immediately.
How to apply:
Applications with a CV and cover letter (addressing the essential and desirable criteria) must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please place the job title in the subject line of your emailed application.
Please note: Applications that do not address these criteria will not be considered.
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Being is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. This means we apply affirmative action strategies to the employment of people with personal lived/living experience of mental health issues.