The Dunedin CityCouncil is the local authority for the wider Dunedin area, which covers 3340square kilometers from north of Waikouaiti to the Taieri River in the South andinland to Hyde.
We provide a rangeof facilities, including playgrounds, reserves, pools, libraries, an artgallery and a museum. Our services range from registering dogs to urban design,collecting rubbish to funding community groups and plenty in between meaning notwo days in HR are the same!
This position is aone-year fixed term parental leave cover, providing leadership to the HROperations team which acts as the engine house of Human Resources.
This role iscritical to the successful delivery of core HR operations for the Councilincluding project delivery, HR administration, talent acquisition, analyticsand support to the wider HR team and organisation.
Working within a newoperating model, this is a great chance to help shape the future of how HR isdelivered to the organisation and flex your leadership and problem solvingskills with a view of continuous improvement across systems and processes.
With a growing listof opportunities to improve how the organisation operates its people processes,you'll never be short of interesting and varied work to do, with a dedicatedand experienced team behind you to help deliver, this is an opportunity toreally make your mark.
Bringing yourwealth of generalist HR or business experience with you, as well as yourability to build relationships at all levels of the organisation the rolefocuses on building strong and appropriate levels of organisational capabilitythrough systems, processes, data and support.
Supporting ahealthy work life balance within a supportive and collegial team, this is afantastic opportunity for someone to come on board and continue to deliver ofthe work already underway, develop the team further and help shape the futuredirection of our HR functions.
For a confidentialchat regarding this opportunity, please call Katie Logue on 027 289 0931
Applications forthis role will be considered as they are received, and suitable applicationsmay be progressed prior to the closing date of 2 November 2021.