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People & Culture Advisor

Advertiser: Scenic Hotel GroupMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
14 Mar 2019
Location
Canterbury, Christchurch
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR

People & Culture Advisor

Support Office - Christchurch

With a key member of our team leaving we have to reshape our department. We are now seeking a strong generalist to join our team and help shape the way forward. This is a new and exciting role in our team, reporting to the Human Resources Manager, charged with building upon and developing the systems we already have in place while helping us move to the next level.

We are looking for an experienced generalist and a key part of your success will be your ability to deal with a range of stakeholders from across our business. This is hospitality, no two days are the same and the future holds some unique challenges.

 

What will I be doing?

Our People and Culture Advisor will be at the heart of our team, responsible for keeping the Department on track and meeting the needs of our internal client base. A large part of the role will be overseeing general recruitment for the Group and helping navigate through the proposed changes to immigration in New Zealand. Our Advisor will also coach and advise our line managers on Employment Relations, job design, performance management, parental leave, conflict management but to name a few. You will also help back up our payroll function and work closely with our payroll officer. Our Advisor will also provide administrative support for our Corporate Support team and help facilitate training sessions when required.

 

What skills do I need?

Ideally, you will have at least two years of HR Advisory experience and relevant qualifications. An appreciation of the tourism or hospitality industry would be a great asset. You will need the ability to build and maintain relationships at all levels of the organisation, strong communication skills (both written and verbal), proficiency with Microsoft Office 365 and software as a service. You will love a fast-paced environment, be able to reprioritise based on business demands and have outstanding organisational skills.

 

Where will I work?

This role is based in the Corporate Support Office for Scenic Hotel Group located in Burnside, Christchurch. Our Support Office hosts our IT team, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Central Reservations and more so you will be working with a real mix of people from different backgrounds. This is a relaxed, informal environment that prides itself in delivering the best possible results for our clients.

 

What about the company?

Scenic Hotel Group www.scenichotelgroup.co.nz is 100% New Zealand owned and operated. We pride ourselves on offering true Kiwi hospitality at our 18 hotels in New Zealand and most recently our newest hotel opening in Niue. From Paihia to Dunedin to Nuku'alofa, our three brands, Heartland Hotels and Scenic Hotels, plus the Te Waonui Forest Retreat, offer distinct levels of quality, comfort and value.

All candidates must hold the right to work in New Zealand. Sponsorship will not be offered for this role.

Apply online with your current CV and cover letter to:
Craig Binney
HR Manager
Scenic Hotel Group

With a key member of our team leaving we have to reshape our department. We are now seeking a strong generalist to join our team and help shape the way forward. This is a new and exciting role in our team, reporting to the Human Resources Manager, charged with building upon and developing the systems we already have in place while helping us move to the next level.

We are looking for an experienced generalist and a key part of your success will be your ability to deal with a range of stakeholders from across our business. This is hospitality, no two days are the same and the future holds some unique challenges.

 

What will I be doing?

Our People and Culture Advisor will be at the heart of our team, responsible for keeping the Department on track and meeting the needs of our internal client base. A large part of the role will be overseeing general recruitment for the Group and helping navigate through the proposed changes to immigration in New Zealand. Our Advisor will also coach and advise our line managers on Employment Relations, job design, performance management, parental leave, conflict management but to name a few. You will also help back up our payroll function and work closely with our payroll officer. Our Advisor will also provide administrative support for our Corporate Support team and help facilitate training sessions when required.

 

What skills do I need?

Ideally, you will have at least two years of HR Advisory experience and relevant qualifications. An appreciation of the tourism or hospitality industry would be a great asset. You will need the ability to build and maintain relationships at all levels of the organisation, strong communication skills (both written and verbal), proficiency with Microsoft Office 365 and software as a service. You will love a fast-paced environment, be able to reprioritise based on business demands and have outstanding organisational skills.

 

Where will I work?

This role is based in the Corporate Support Office for Scenic Hotel Group located in Burnside, Christchurch. Our Support Office hosts our IT team, Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, Central Reservations and more so you will be working with a real mix of people from different backgrounds. This is a relaxed, informal environment that prides itself in delivering the best possible results for our clients.

 

What about the company?

Scenic Hotel Group www.scenichotelgroup.co.nz is 100% New Zealand owned and operated. We pride ourselves on offering true Kiwi hospitality at our 18 hotels in New Zealand and most recently our newest hotel opening in Niue. From Paihia to Dunedin to Nuku'alofa, our three brands, Heartland Hotels and Scenic Hotels, plus the Te Waonui Forest Retreat, offer distinct levels of quality, comfort and value.

All candidates must hold the right to work in New Zealand. Sponsorship will not be offered for this role.

The application form will include these questions:
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in New Zealand?
  • What's your expected annual base salary?
  • How many years' experience do you have in Human Resources (HR)?
  • How much notice are you required to give your current employer?

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