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People & Culture Adviser - Wentworth Community Housing

Employer: NGO Recruitment & Consulting
Work Type/s: Full Time
Classification/s: Housing & Homelessness, HR & Employment Services
Sector/s: Not For Profit (NFP)
Location: Sydney

Job posted on: 31 January, 2018.
Applications close: No Deadline – please apply as soon as possible

  • Join an award winning community housing provider – 90 FTE and growing.
  • Best practice people and culture environment
  • Full time permanent role - Penrith based 

The Organisation

Wentworth Community Housing is a Tier 1 community housing provider of affordable rental accommodation and support services for people with limited access to mainstream housing in the Hawkesbury, Nepean and Blue Mountains area.

Wentworth is dedicated to quality service delivery, governance and financial management with its achievements having been recognised nationally for excellence.

Wentworth is also a lead agency in the Specialist Homelessness Service and provides a range of programs that aim to prevent homelessness and provide crisis and transitional housing. 

Benefits and Culture

Wentworth has just begun an exciting organisational development program aimed at developing a best practice people and culture environment. You will be immersed in an energetic and committed work force of highly motivated individuals driven to improve the quality of housing for people living in Western Sydney. You will be working as part of an experienced team that has a focus on mentoring and career development. 

The Role

Your key focus is to provide professional HR support and administrative services to the executive manager and the change manager in a busy environment. You will also be required to:

  • Provide HR information and advice to the leadership team and Wentworth staff
  • Manage the end to end recruitment processes including inductions
  • Coordinate learning and development activities and the wellbeing program
  • Manage the administration of People & Culture projects
  • Assist with the preparation and revision of HR policies and procedures
  • Create and maintain employee personnel files 

Skills Required

Ideally you have a diploma or degree in human resources with at least two years of experience as an advisor or generalist. You flourish in a fast paced environment and possess the following attributes:

  • Ability to interpret and apply employment legislation and awards
  • Capacity to set priorities, plan workload, meet deadlines and achieve objectives
  • Strong communication and an aptitude for innovative and lateral thinking
  • High level written skills including correspondence, reporting and proposals
  • Capability to manage multiple projects with a meticulous attention to detail
  • Commitment to working with a high degree of confidentiality
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