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People And Culture Advisor

Mosaic Community Care - Mount Lawley, WA

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Our inspirational story is a story of how, from humble beginnings in 1992, we’ve helped hundreds of people with disability take control of their lives and define their own stories. We’re there every step of the way for people with disability and their families, providing whatever support they need to enjoy greater independence and make their dreams and ambitions a reality.

As our People and Culture Advisor, you will partner with the leadership team to provide strategic and operational HR and Industrial Relations support in a dynamic organisation that strives for excellence.

Working at Mosaic, you’ll find we’re committed to supporting you. As we continue to grow, diversify and transform even more lives, so can you.

What You’ll Do

With a broad range of HR responsibilities, you’ll be confident in providing advice on employee relations matters, conducting investigations, leading our annual remuneration and performance review process, overseeing our employee engagement program, and managing the workers compensation and injury management system.

Reporting to the Executive Manager of People and Culture, you’ll also play a crucial role in implementing our strategic People and Culture Strategy, helping our organisation to continue to attract and retain amazing staff.

What You’ll Need

We’re looking for an enthusiastic, creative and experienced Human Resources professional with a tertiary qualification in Human Resources. You’ll need:

  • excellent verbal and writing communication skills
  • strong knowledge of industrial relations landscape and be familiar working with industrial instruments such as the SCHADS Award
  • robust experience conducting investigations and assisting with performance management/disciplinary matters
  • demonstrated experience facilitating annual remuneration reviews
  • experience leading employee engagement initiatives
  • strong workers compensation and injury management knowledge and experience
  • ability to analyse and present data in various formats
  • ability to create/review procedures and provide recommendations
  • demonstrated understanding of current best practice

You Should Also Be Able To
  • ‘manage upwards’ to deliver on our People and Culture strategy
  • build strong relationships inside and outside our organisation
  • be proactive and able to work autonomously at times
  • prioritise and project management work

What You Can Expect In Return

We’ll reward your expertise and commitment with a competitive remuneration package that includes 9.5% superannuation, 17.5% leave loading and the option to salary sacrifice up to $15,900. In addition, you’ll enjoy:
  • flexible working and the support of our accessible leadership team
  • exciting challenges and all the support you need to rise to them
  • the scope to grow and diversify as we continue to.
Join our friendly, close-knit team and use your People and Culture skills and experience to make a life-changing difference in your community.