People & Culture Business Partner
Advertiser: Exponential Impact ConsultingMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 8 Nov 2019
- Auckland, Waitakere & West Auckland
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Human Resources & Recruitment, Consulting & Generalist HR
Our client is a purpose and mission-driven organisation. This global company is seeking an experienced, passionate and 'hands-on' P&C business partner to join their New Zealand team.
This is an opportunity for you to work for a global organisation and will open doors to opportunities abroad.
The P&C Business Partner will report to the Global P&C lead and will be working closely with the CEO. You will be the trusted advisor of the local management team, so you need to be quick to think on your feet in dealing with employment-related matters. You have the eye in identifying opportunities in creating proactive and solutions-based approach in ensuring that staff are engaged and the people leaders are equipped to lead their teams. This is a generalist and a sole charge role that will support the organisation in delivering the global P&C strategy locally.
To be successful
You will need to have the following under your sleeves
- Solid generalist experience
- Strong understanding of employee relations
- 5 years' related experience with at least 3 years working closely with leadership on a consultative and partnering basis
- Experience in advising managers on a range of people matters (e.g. discipline, grievance, performance management, sickness absence, recruitment, etc)
- Experience implementing new initiatives and rolling out new ways of working
- Team Player, Strong influencing and communication skills
- Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills
If you are looking for a role that allows you to be in control of how you define your role and with great levels of flexibility to make your mark in this newly created position, we want to hear from you!
- 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?
- Have you completed a qualification in human resources (HR)?