GM
Progressive Consulting
Dunedin City, NZ
1d ago
source : Jobnos

Dunedin City, Otago

Delivering electricity to approximately 70,000 customers, and with 10 operating sites across Southland and Otago, PowerNet is an industry leader in electricity distribution in New Zealand.

PowerNet’s vision is to provide Safe, Efficient and Reliable Power to Communities, with a key focus on safety and continuous improvement.

PowerNet lives by the values of up front and honest, make a difference, do it once, do it right, back each other and take positive action.

Reporting to the CEO, and managing a team of six, the General Manager People & Culture will provide strategic direction and operational support to PowerNet’s 300 team members.

This role covers the spectrum of human resource management including; planning, payroll, industrial and employment relations, employee engagement and recruitment.

The General Manager People & Culture will also be responsible for internal and external communications, including media management.

This role would suit a highly experienced Human Resource professional who is able to relate to all levels of the business.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) :

  • Lead the execution of the HR strategic plan and recommend improvement initiatives.
  • Assess PowerNet’s capability framework, ensuring competencies are embedded throughout the organisation.
  • Review staff remuneration, benefits and recruitment policies in order to attract top talent to the Southland and Otago region and PowerNet.
  • Assist leaders with performance management and leadership development.
  • Constructively manage relationships with team members, unions, board members and external customers.
  • Ensure all policies and procedures meet statutory requirements and are aligned with PowerNet values and best practice.
  • To be successful in this role, you will :

  • Hold a tertiary level qualification in Human Resources Management (or equivalent).
  • Have demonstrated extensive experience in a Human Resource Management position.
  • Have excellent communication and negotiation skills.
  • Be passionate and diligent about staying up-to-date with current legislation and best practice HR, ideally as a member of HRINZ.
  • A competitive remuneration package is on offer for the successful applicant, including attractive employment benefits. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Human Resource professional to take the next step in their career with a successful and innovative industry leader.

    Please note this role is based in Invercargill.

    For more information please contact Rachel Willis at Findex Human Resources Consulting on 0800 020 002.

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