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People Business Partner

Santos Ltd - Adelaide, SA

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin


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About Santos

A proudly Australian company, Santos is a leading supplier of natural gas, a fuel for the future, providing clean energy to improve the lives of people in Australia and Asia.

Santos is already Australia’s biggest domestic gas supplier, a leading Asia-Pacific LNG supplier and aims to be a world-leading clean fuels company, achieving net-zero emissions by 2040.

Santos will grow its clean fuels capability as customer demand evolves for zero-emissions LNG, hydrogen and other products through carbon capture and storage, nature-based offsets, energy efficiency and use of renewables in its operations.

Underpinned by a diverse portfolio of high-quality natural gas, oil and strategic infrastructure assets in the Cooper Basin, Western Australia, northern Australia and Timor-Leste, Papua New Guinea, Queensland and New South Wales, Santos seeks to deliver long-term value to shareholders.

Recognised for its disciplined, low-cost operating model, Santos is resilient throughout the commodity price cycle.

For more than 65 years, Santos has been working in partnership with local communities, providing Australian jobs and business opportunities, safely and sustainably developing Australia’s natural gas resources, and powering Australian industries and households.

About the role

Based in our Adelaide office and reporting to the Manager Functional Business Partnering & Advisory, the People Business Partner is responsible for planning and implementing a vast array of generalist HR initiatives. This includes advising and coaching business leaders to achieve maximum workforce commitment and performance within Santos operations. This role contributes and adds value to the business in areas of generalist human resource planning and action, supports change management and organisational development initiatives.

Key responsibilities include:
  • Supporting the business to manage and empower employees to implement the business strategy and ensure role accountabilities are clearly communicated and understood
  • Coaching and developing leaders to optimise performance and commitment
  • Ensuring compliance with and adherence to company standards and processes
  • Understanding the workforce planning requirements of the business and contribute to budgeting and approval processes
  • Providing support to ensure the continuous upgrading of capabilities and commitment associated with building a high performance culture
  • Driving change programs in line with Santos’ vision, values and commercial imperatives
  • Facilitating the implementation of the annual HR process with leaders; talent management, performance planning process, performance review, bonus and salary review, and employee development
  • Working with the Corporate HR Centres of excellence to rollout new or improvement initiatives in these areas
  • Identifying and acting on opportunities to improve team effectiveness, collaboration and information sharing in order to improve business performance
  • Increasing line managers’ understanding and effectiveness in delivering desired people outcomes via HR policy/process while reducing the need for HR intervention
  • Contributing to the overall leadership and strategic development of the division by providing expertise, advice and recommendations on matters pertaining to the people management of the customer group
About you

You will need to have prior extensive experience in a HR generalist delivery role in a medium to large corporate environment. Previous experience in Oil and Gas and/or Resources and/or Construction would be an advantage.

You will need to demonstrate a collaborative and flexible business approach in working with a broader HR team as well as with your client group and utilise your strong written and verbal communication skills to influence and work effectively with senior leaders and internal and external stakeholders.

You enjoy working in a fast paced, complex environment with challenging projects that have significant impact for the business.

Tertiary qualifications in HR, Psychology, Business, or a related discipline is required.

This is a great opportunity to build on your exceptional human resource expertise in the oil & gas industry.

How to apply

Applications must be submitted via the online recruitment system before COB 9th April 2021