Carlton Football Club Carlton North VIC, Australia
30/07/2019Full or Part Time
About the Carlton Football Club Carlton Football Club is one of Australia’s oldest and most prominent sporting institutions. With 16 Premierships, we are the equal most successful club in the AFL. We are a proud foundation Club of the AFLW and a Grand Finalist for the 2019 AFLW season. Our future is being shaped by a strong vision and underpinned by our core values. We believe that a united football club, relentless in the pursuit of excellence who hold ourselves and each other accountable can achieve anything. This is the Carlton Way. About the position Carlton Football Club is seeking to appoint an outstanding People and Culture practitioner to join their team. Reporting to the General Manager, People and Culture, our ideal candidate will be an exceptional communicator with the passion and drive to deliver successful business outcomes through our most valuable asset – our people. The next People and Culture team member will have 3-5 years’ experience either as a HR Coordinator or HR Advisor and will be looking to join a small team to support this growing priority across the Club. The role will require our successful candidate to manage various HR processes, including but not limited to: HR administration and reporting , including HR metrics and compliance requirements Being the first point of contact for managers and provide sound HR advice in accordance with Club policy and procedures and employment legislation Talent acquisition Management of the HRIS platform through Employment Hero All onboarding/offboarding and staff induction activities Coordination of staff performance and development planning Management of a range of Club wide events to support our Bound By Blue culture The successful candidate will also have the opportunity to grow and develop with the role and will also work on a range of organisational development projects such as culture and engagement surveys and associated action plans, learning and development initiatives and will be a member of the Club’s Occupational Health and Safety Committee . The candidate will be a key point of contact for managers and is required to have proven experience in the application of HR policies and procedures in accordance with legislation and industrial instruments. With an eye for detail and exceptional organisational skills, the successful candidate will be comfortable in rolling up their sleeves in a fast-paced environment where no two days are the same. This position will be offered on a full time and ongoing basis and will be based at Ikon Park in Carlton North. The Club will consider job sharing arrangements for suitable candidates seeking part time arrangements. A competitive remuneration package will be offered for the right candidate and commensurate with relevant skills and experience. About you Essential: Technical skills Qualifications, knowledge and skills Sound understanding and experience in the application of human resource management policies and procedures in accordance with industrial instruments, such as Fair Work Act 2009 , National Employment Standards and the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 Ability to interpret a range of information and apply relevant HR policy advice in a considered and pragmatic manner Sound understanding and experience in managing recruitment procedures including developing job specifications, advertisements, candidate screenings and assessment procedures Demonstrated experience in coordinating a range of HR reporting processes including HR metrics, workforce reporting and internal HR compliance requirements Demonstrated experience in coordinating various HR processes and programs including, but not limited to employee onboarding and offboarding, training and development, performance management, health and well-being and management of a HRIS Relationship management and communication skills Exceptional ability to develop and form genuine relationships with a variety of stakeholders across the Club and with external providers Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to influence and negotiate outcomes where required Demonstrated ability to advise and coach managers on a range of staffing matters and HR policies Ability to handle and maintain sensitive and confidential information Interpersonal skills and behaviours Highly developed levels of attention to detail ; ability to maintain composure and make decisions with due consideration Demonstrated growth mindset , the ability to be solutions focused whilst providing pragmatic advice Demonstrated collaborative approach , can work autonomously and within teams whilst prioritising work commitments High level of initiative, always striving to achieve and maintain a culture of high performance and excellence and ability to work in a fast-paced environment whilst juggling competing priorities Desirable: Tertiary qualifications in Human Resource Management, Psychology or Business/Commerce would be desirable Experience in managing employee relations and change management processes would be desirable How to apply Applications are now open and will be accepted until midnight Sunday 11 August 2019 Apply now with your CV and covering letter (one page) answering the following three questions: What three key skills do you have that has made you a successful HR practitioner? What does a culture of high performance and excellence in a HR team entail? What personal values motivate you and drives you to achieve great business outcomes? For a confidential discussion please contact Anya Podbury , General Manager, People and Culture on 03 9389 6267 . The Carlton Football Club is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer.