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• Business partner
• Org-design, culture and change experience
|Applications close:||5 p.m. on 25 June 2018|
Massey University is a dynamic and outward-looking organisation with campuses in Auckland, Palmerston North and Wellington, making a lasting different in the lives of the many thousands of students (here in NZ and internationally) that study at Massey.
As a Senior HR Advisor you’ll be the trusted business partner to several Senior Leadership Team members and their management teams, and their primary point of contact with the HR team.
A key focus will be on supporting managers to optimise their organisational culture; build the capabilities of staff; and achieve high levels of staff engagement. Supported by accomplished HR peers, you will identify strategic and operational people issues in your client groups and broker solutions, drawing on a range of frameworks and specialist colleagues in the wider HR team. You will be supported to contribute as part of your client group’s executive team and expected to manage a portfolio of proactive people initiatives.
Reporting to the GMHR (Assistant Vice-Chancellor People and Organisational Development), you will join a dedicated and experienced team of HR Advisors and specialist colleagues across the full-range of HR disciplines. We particularly invite interest from practitioners with experience in organisation design and leadership of cultural and organisational change. You will have opportunity to contribute to a range of developments across the HR group.
Massey offers a flexible and enabling environment, with superior superannuation employer contribution, additional University holidays, study fee concessions, and a commitment to being treaty-led. Consideration will given to highly experienced HR practitioners who may prefer a substantial part-time role.
Achieving success in this role will require you to be –
• Proactive in establishing trusted relationships
• Visible to and actively engaged with your client group
• Focused on solutions and results and with a project orientation
• Have affinity with the te Tiriti o Waitangi-led direction of the University
• Thrive on juggling competing priorities and operating with a high level of autonomy
• Initiative and ability to operate with a level of independence while keeping connected with colleagues
For a confidential discussion or for more information regarding this exciting opportunity contact Alan Davis A.Davis@massey.ac.nz , Assistant Vice-Chancellor People and Organisational Development.
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