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People and Culture Officer

SNAICC National Voice for our Children

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  • Fixed-term position – 12 months
  • Part- Time – 0.6 FTE
  • Location Melbourne
  • Salary range: $109,960-$114,982 + salary packaging + super.

About the role

The People and Culture Officer plays a key role in supporting the organisation to manage day to day HR and employee relations needs while also contributing to projects focused on process improvement, change management, strategy implementation and organisational development.

This role is connected to our teams and our people, supporting engagement with people from recruitment, onboarding, induction and onwards throughout the entire employee lifecycle including performance, learning and development, wellbeing and engagement.

We are looking for someone who:

  • Has 5 years demonstrated experience in a generalist People and Culture role.
  • Has demonstrated experience in managing and providing sound advice on performance issues, grievances, and other employee relations (ER) issues.
  • Has strong skills in the administration and application of HRIS, training and related HR systems.
  • Has demonstrated experience coaching and building capability of people leaders with a high level of integrity, professionalism, motivation, and energy.
  • Has excellent writing skills, including ability to produce a range of different kinds of high-quality written materials and translate complex information into plain language and actions.
  • Has oral presentation skills, especially in distilling and conveying key messages to different audiences.
  • Has demonstrated skills, knowledge, and behaviour to work alongside people of all cultures, languages, capacities, sexual orientations, gender identities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in a culturally respectful and inclusive way, or the capacity to develop these.
  • Has an understanding and knowledge of Quality, WH&S and Equal Opportunity principles.

About SNAICC

Established in 1981, SNAICC – National Voice for our Children is the national non-government peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. SNAICC’s vision is that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people and families are protected, our communities determine their own futures, and our cultural identity is valued. We work to amplify the voice of community and the sector for the fulfilment of the rights of our children.

SNAICC plays a key role in the following areas:

  • Research and policy development, with high-level leadership, policy and sector representation
  • Training and resource design, development and delivery including topics such as early childhood development, partnerships, family support, trauma, and cultural competency.
  • Support for sector development, membership, and networking.

About the Office of the CEO:

SNAICC’s Office of the CEO oversees the efficient management of all CEO Office operations, administration, initiatives and encompasses the following key business areas:

  • Strategic Engagement & Communications
  • Operations & Planning
  • Governance
  • People and Culture
  • Finance
  • Corporate Services (legal and compliance obligations)
  • Administration.

Why join SNAICC?

  • Inclusive positive team culture
  • Opportunity to make a positive impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
  • Attractive salary
  • Salary Packaging ($15,900 tax free salary component and an additional component of up to $2,650 tax-free to be spent on meals entertainment / accommodation & venue hire – subject to Government regulations)
  • Leave loading
  • Cultural leave provisions
  • Flexible work arrangements

The successful applicant will be required to have or obtain a current Working with Children Check and a National Police Check.

Please click Apply Now to submit your application.

For general information about SNAICC, visit the SNAICC website.

Initial inquiries and specific questions about the role please contact Asia Tomczyk – People and Culture Manager on 0488 342 228.

A position description is attached.

SNAICC reserves the right to commence recruitment proceedings immediately.

SNAICC is committed to everyday practice to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all children. Successful applicants are required to adhere to our Child safe practices and policies.

SNAICC does not require the assistance of recruitment agencies at this time – thank you. Please be advised that SNAICC is not responsible for any fees associated with unsolicited resumes submitted outside of its recruitment process.

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