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People and Culture Manager

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Posted 16 November 2023 Salary$150k base LocationParramatta Job type Discipline ReferenceBH-14829

Job Description

  • People and Culture Manager in successful business on a path of transformation and growth.
  • Private equity backed company providing sustainable solutions.
  • Greenfield role - roll up sleeves and build out the HR function from scratch.
  • Drive employee engagement and development initiatives

Our Client

A player within the sustainable packaging market, our client is committed to transforming the business from the ground up to drive growth and position as a market leader.

It is an exciting time for the business with fresh eyes on what the future could look like and with that, there is genuine commitment from the top down to achieving those goals.

Sitting on the leadership team with direct reporting line directly into CCO, the People and Culture Lead is critical to this success and to shaping and developing a culture that is collaborative, high performing, and with a growth mindset.

Role Responsibilities

The People and Culture Manager is responsible for the following:

  • Recruitment and on-boarding: key involvement in the recruitment process, including job posting, resume screening, conducting interviews, and selecting candidates. They also oversee the on-boarding process to ensure new employees are set up for success
  • Employee relations: manage employee relations matters, including conflict resolution, disciplinary actions, and grievance procedures. Act as a point of contact for employees, providing guidance and support in various work-related issues.
  • Training and development: Identify training needs and coordinate employee development programs. Co-ordinate development plan structure and career progression frameworks.
  • Performance management: assist in designing and implementing performance management systems, including setting performance goals, conducting performance reviews, and providing feedback to employees. Support managers in addressing performance issues and developing improvement plans.
  • Compensation and benefits: key role in managing the organisations compensation and benefits program. This includes salary administration, benefits administration, and ensuring compliance to legal requirements.
  • Policy development and compliance: develop and implement HR policies and procedures that align with legal requirements and the organisations culture. Ensure that the organisation complies with employment laws and regulations, such as equal employment opportunity, labour laws and health and safety regulations.
  • HR metrics and analytics: collect and analyse HR data to identify trends, patterns, and areas for improvement. Use HR metrics to measure the effectiveness of HR programs and initiatives and make data driven decisions.
  • Champion ESG across the business with a leadership role on social inclusion. Promote equality, diversity, and inclusion initiatives within the organisation. Develop strategies to attract and retain a diverse workforce and implement programs that foster an inclusive culture.
  • Stay up to date with human resources and culture related trends and best practice to identify solutions that drive culture and engagement

Candidate Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration or HR related field.
  • At least five years’ experience in a senior HR/People and culture role with a demonstrable track record in developing and implementing policies, procedures, and initiatives, with a hands-on approach.
  • Experience supporting organisational transformation and with a practical understanding of change management principles relating to employee engagement, employee development, performance management and DEI.
  • A strong leadership style with solid influencing capability. An enthusiastic leader with a high energy to influence and support change.
  • Curious and analytical mindset with the ability to leverage data and insights to drive decisions and optimise campaigns.
  • Developing and implementing policies and programs that foster a diverse and inclusive work environment.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to collaborate cross functionally and with all stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in HR related software and payroll systems
  • FMCG or Food service/Packaging industry experience preferred but not essential

Job Offer

  • Genuinely, this is an exciting opportunity to effect constructive change and build the HR function.
  • A growth opportunity – as the business grows and with more acquisitions, so too will this role.
  • An opportunity to partner with leaders who truly value the importance of HR and the importance of investing in people to achieve greater success for all.
  • A socially conscious organisation committed to sustainability.
  • Hybrid work options

Contact details - ashleyduffy@future-you.com.au
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Location: Parramatta, NSW, Australia
Company: FutureYou

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