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Recruitment Business Partner

Director of Public Prosecutions, Office of the - Sydney, NSW

HR & Recruitment
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Are you an experienced recruiter looking for a change? Bring your enthusiasm and innovative approach to make a difference for this unique and important organisation. 

Prosecution Officer (Admin) Level 6 (Clerk Grade 9/10) 

Recruitment Business Partner

This is a great opportunity for you to improve and manage the end-to-end sourcing and recruitment of legal and administrative professionals in a complex legal agency. 

The Position 

This is an exciting opportunity to proactively partner with senior managers and executives to develop and implement a strategy that identifies talent requirements and attracts and retains high quality talent across the Office. 

The role will be responsible for end to end recruitment support and services providing innovative solutions across the entire attraction and selection process, to include recruitment planning and scheduling, shortlisting, interviews and assessments. 

As the sole recruitment specialist this role will work collaboratively with the broader HR Team to ensure quality talent attraction, selection and assessment solutions are delivered across the Office.

The Office is just about to begin implementing a new recruitment system (Successfactors) and this position will be heavily involved in this project and ensuring the systems effectiveness. 

The Person 

To be successful in this role you will need to: 

  • demonstrate strong experience providing innovative end-to end recruitment services
  • be an excellent communicator with strong influencing, coaching, partnering and negotiation skills
  • have demonstrated experience delivering quality talent attraction, selection and assessment solutions
  • be confident in taking the lead in recruitment discussions, being relied on for your knowledge of recruitment related legislative and regulatory compliance and standards
  • be great at building collaborative relationships, be a pragmatic thinker with sound judgement and have the ability to make prompt reliable decisions.
  • have high energy and resilience and be proactive and collaborative in your approach, ideally with experience in a changing environment.
  • be a highly organised team player, whilst also being able to operate independently.
  • be available to travel to regional offices.
  • have tertiary qualifications or equivalent experience and aware of best practice recruitment initiatives.

A talent pool will be created for future ongoing and temporary, full-time/part-time positions that may arise over the next 18 months.

  • Located in Sydney's CBD near Hyde Park with flexible working opportunities
  • Attractive remuneration package valued up to $135,674 pa including salary ($111,077 - $122,404 pa), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

For more information:

Role Description

For an applicant information guide please click here 

To learn more about the ODPP please visit our website at http://www.odpp.nsw.gov.au/ 

Note: Consent for employment screening (ie National Criminal Record Check) must be given. 

Applications must also include contact details of two relevant referees (who can speak from a supervisory perspective). Applicants must apply for this role online via http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au

Inquiries: John Kemp Manager - HR Business Partners and Projects - (02) 9285 8874 or Nigel Richardson - Director, HR - (02) 9285 2549.

The office welcomes applications from Indigenous Australians, people from diverse and linguistic backgrounds and people with a disability and provides an environment that values diversity and supports all staff to reach their full potential. If you have individual requirements that need to be accommodated in order to participate in the selection process and join the ODPP team, please indicate this in your application. 

Closing date: Sunday 16 May 2021 (midnight)

Interviews

Interviews will be held in our Head Office in Sydney. The interview process will include capability based assessments which may require attendance on more than one day if applicants are shortlisted after each stage

Key Application Responses

Application

Applicants should read the Role Description and consider the key accountabilities and focus capabilities when preparing their resume and cover letter.

1. Applicants must submit a cover letter [maximum three pages] that highlights how their skills and experience address "The Person" success profile above and makes them the best person for the role.

2. Applicants must also submit an updated copy of their resume [maximum four pages] with relevant skills and experience and how these relate to the capabilities of the role.