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People & Culture Manager

Rosny Park, Hobart TAS
Management - Internal (Human Resources & Recruitment)
Full time
$105,000 – $120,000 per year

About the Business

Care Consultancy is a Tasmanian owned and operated company providing management services to in home aged care service providers and assessment organisations.

Location of Role

The role is based in our Rosny Park Office.

Employment Status

Full Time

About You

You are an enthusiastic and dedicated Individual with a real passion for what you do. With the ability to work in and contribute to a dynamic and professional team you will thrive in this environment.

Key Purpose

The People & Culture Manager will:

  • Proactively lead the People & Culture Team in the delivery of quality human resource, learning and payroll services to achieve the organisational goals of the strategic plan and the budget objectives of Care Consultancy and its clients.
  • Work to guide and manage the development and implementation of an effective human resource framework, policies, and procedures across all areas of the organisation and for its clients, that ensures focus on the ability to attract, retain, develop, and manage a highly engaged workforce. 

Core Functions

Contribute to the development of a collaborative high performing organisational culture, building employee and organisational capability by:

  • Manage Work Health and Safety (WHS) and Injury Management services including reviewing and recommending improvements to WHS and risk management strategies to facilitate compliance with organisational objectives. Manage the workers compensation process.
  • Provide leadership and supervise the performance of the People and Culture team. 
  • Manage workplace people issues including grievances, performance improvement. 
  • Identify, analyse, and review emerging people and culture policy issues and trends. 
  • Keep up to date with Fair Work, NES, Modern award structures, interpret changes and implications for the organisation.
  • Support the development and scheduling of a learning and development program.
  • Prepare, analyse and report on People and Culture metrics.
  • Support culture and workplace activities.
  • Support key strategic initiatives including a new Diversity and Inclusion plan and flexible employment framework

Organisational Development

  • Collaboratively develop, review, and implement organisational human resources policies. 

Employee Relations

  • Provide, guidance and support regarding current industrial award provisions, legislative matters, and change management processes relating to internal structural reforms.
  • Provide high level, timely and professional advice to managers in relation to all HR matters.

Workforce Planning 

  • Facilitates the coordination of the employment process, including the development of position descriptions, recruitment, selection, contract development, induction, training and exit interviews..


  • Manage all aspects in the engagement and ongoing matters for the subcontractors, independent contractors and brokerage organisations of Care Consultancy clients. 

Essential Requirements

  • Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources or a related field plus substantial HR generalist experience, preferably in a non-for-profit environment, at a senior level with direct accountability for significant HR deliverables. 
  • An ability to interpret legislation, regulations, Awards, Industrial Agreements together with ability to draft and implement policy and procedure. This includes a sound understanding and working knowledge of the federal industrial relations system.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including interviewing, counselling, negotiating and report writing.
  • An ability to interact proactively with managers and employees at all levels.
  • Demonstrated competence in conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills.  This includes experience in research, and policy and program development.
  • Proven success in the development and implementation of human resource programs and initiatives, including review and improvement of work practices.
  • Well-developed organisational and administrative skills, including strong attention to detail and the ability to prioritise and control own workload.
  • Well-developed computer literacy skills within a Microsoft Office environment this includes working knowledge of computerised human resource information system.
  • Two (2) professional referee checks, preferably from most recent employment or education institution.
  • Evidence of visa conditions (if applicable).
  • National Police Certificate within the last 3 months.
  • Current Motor Vehicle Drivers Licence.

How to Apply

Provide a letter (2 page maximum) outlining your suitability for the position with consideration to the Core Functions and Essential Requirements listed above and why you are interested in applying for this opportunity.  This should include what you would bring to the role. Please also provide your current Curriculum Vitae/Resume.

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