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HR Manager

Location:
Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia
Posted:
19th April 2021
Advertiser:
Bridges Health & Community Care Ltd - 134609
  • Are you an experienced HR professional looking to step into a rewarding leadership position?
  • Support a growing organisation that helps improve the health, social and economic outcomes for people of all ages and communities.
  • Enjoy an attractive remuneration package ranging from $94,000 to $104,000, and a host of great benefits including ongoing professional development opportunities!

About the Organisation

Since 1997, Bridges Health & Community Care Ltd. (BHCC) has assisted thousands of people to move beyond the isolation and stigma of mental illness and addictions to live a meaningful existence with a sense of purpose. We have delivered support to countless others facing disadvantage, early signs of mental ill-health, at-risk individuals and families and risk of relapse after prison services.

Bridges offer mental health and drug and alcohol services, Psychology Practice, Allied Health, Child, Family & Youth Services, Disability Employment Services, program for offenders and NDIS services. We deliver a range of programs throughout rural and regional Qld, supported by professional staff committed to our practice principles of recovery, “No Wrong Door” and exceptional customer service.

About the Opportunity

Bridges Health & Community Care now have an exciting opportunity for a full-time Human Resources Manager to join their team in Bundaberg. In addition to overseeing the recruitment of new staff, this role is responsible for strategic business planning in collaboration with business leaders.

Core duties:

  • Plan and coordinate BHCC’s workforce to best use employee talents;
  • Draw up, negotiate, and administer staff contracts that cover issues such as remuneration, benefits, compliance, and management practices;
  • Oversee BHCC’s recruitment, interview, selection, and onboarding process;
  • Design and implement innovative policies promoting a healthy work environment;
  • Ensure HR policies and procedures comply with labour regulations;
  • Review departmental budgets in partnership with the Finance and Corporate Services Manager; and
  • Handle staffing issues, such as mediating disputes and directing disciplinary procedures.

This role requires frequent problem solving and decision making, taking into account the strengths and weaknesses of different options to decide the best course of action, while minimising the impact on staff well-being and the operations of BHCC.

Additionally, this role will be part of the executive leadership team and will frequently be responsible for overseeing departmental operations as well as coordinating work activities to ensure that workers complete their duties and fulfil their responsibilities.

About You

This role would be ideal for an established HR professional looking to step into a new challenge, and take on a leadership role in a supportive and cooperative environment.

To be successful in this role, you will need a relevant qualification, such as a BSc degree in Human Resources Management or Organisational Psychology, an MSc degree in HR, or relevant certification.

You will also need experience in Human Resources, and a solid understanding of current workplace legislation. Hands-on experience with Human Resources Management Software (including payroll systems and ATS) will also help you hit the ground running in your new role.

You will also need to display strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to interact with a diverse group of people, collaborate with teams and develop positive working relationships with colleagues. Clear communication and speaking skills are also essential.

This role is varied in nature, and you will be doing something different every day. Because of this, you will need to have strong organisational skills, and the ability to manage several projects at once and prioritise tasks.

Experience in the health or NPF sector would be beneficial, but not essential as BHCC is committed to giving you all the tools you need to succeed. Additionally, leadership experience will be highly valued and will help you hit the ground running in your new role.

About the Benefits

Bridges Health & Community Care Ltd understand the critical importance of their employees in the success of the organisation and as such are always on the lookout for talented, like-minded individuals to join their team.

In return for your hard work and dedication, you'll receive an attractive remuneration package ranging from $94,000 to $104,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications as well as salary sacrificing options to further increase your take-home pay. Relocation assistance may also be negotiated for the right candidate.

You will be joining a culture that is dedicated to helping you succeed. Ongoing training and professional development is available to help you grow, and flexible working arrangements are negotiable to ensure that you maintain a great work-life balance.

About Bundaberg

If you haven’t heard of Bundaberg, imagine the climate of Hawaii, a 15-minute commute to work and affordable housing in the food bowl of Australia.

With Bargara only a 15-minute commute from the CBD of Bundaberg, it is a great place to achieve work/life balance to thrive at work and at home.

With Bridges, you can achieve a better life, as we support flexible workplace options.

If you dream of a tree-change and a sea-change (all in one), combined with career progression with an industry leader, this could be the role for you.

This is a truly rewarding opportunity to support an organisation that assists vulnerable and marginalised members of the community. If you think you have what it takes to join the Bridges team then we want to hear from you - Apply Now!