Job Description & Summary
Kia Ora, With PwC, you’ll belong to a whānau, a community of solvers where inclusivity and diversity are embraced. We empower you with coaching, flexibility, technology and the trust needed to make a meaningful difference.
Through whanaungatanga, manaakitanga, and kotahitanga we support your authentic self each day. As part of our newly launched global strategy - The New Equation, we are responding to the fundamental changes we are seeing in the world today.
We have committed to digitally upskilling our people, uplifting our Diverse & Inclusion culture by creating equal opportunity for people from different backgrounds and investing in areas that are critical to building Aotearoa’s future.
Ngā Kōrero mo tēnei tūranga / About the role We are looking for a motivated and proactive HR Coordinator to join our high performing People & Culture team.
In this highly rewarding role, you will be coordinating day-to-day People and Culture administrative tasks and providing operational support to our Business Partner and Advisors.
Key responsibilities of this role include : Efficient and timely execution of activities related to recruitment, starters and leavers and contract variations Ownership of activities pertaining to new employee induction including coordination of contract documentation, system set ups, liaising with relevant departments, and the creation of an induction plan Building relationships with our business stakeholders and supporting them with HR queries and activities Maintenance of all staff records, meeting statutory requirements and fulfilling reporting requirements Supporting the annual entry level campaign and support with the onboarding of Grads and Interns Contribution to relevant People and Culture initiatives or project teams focused on increasing organisational effectiveness and efficiencies Ngā pūkenga kei a koe / Skills and experience Previous experience working as an HR administrator or coordinator would be an advantage Tertiary qualification in HR or a related discipline desirable Experience working in a professional services or highly knowledge-based environment is preferred Computer literacy and experience with MS Office / Google Suite Ability to establish effective working relationships in an open and approachable manner with a variety of people from different backgrounds A high level of energy and motivation with a desire to achieve.
Ngā āhuatanga hirahira o te mahi ki PwC / Highlights of working at PwC NZ Unrivalled level of access to industry expertise, both locally and through our wider global network of member firms, where you’ll be enabled by cutting-edge technology.
Dress for your day and flex your schedule in alignment with team and client needs Inclusive 18 weeks paid parental leave policy for all parents - mums, dad’s, caregivers with no minimum service! Enhanced leave capabilities - an opportunity to purchase additional leave and two staff recognition days available each year Paid volunteer days available through our PwC Foundation - help to resolve the societal issue of children’s welfare in New Zealand through ToiToi and FliP Digital upskilling through our Digital Academy Mo te aha tāu e tatari ana?
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pwc.co.nz / careers.html To learn more about PwC New Zealand’s response to Covid-19 click here. Education (if blank, degree and / or field of study not specified)Degrees / Field of Study required : Degrees / Field of Study preferred : Certifications (if blank, certifications not specified) Required Skills Optional Skills Desired Languages (If blank, desired languages not specified) Travel RequirementsUp to 20% Available for Work Visa Sponsorship?
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