Manager People and Culture
- 14 Hasler Rd, Osborne Park WA 6017, Australia
As well as controlling thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing in Western Australia, RWWA operates the TAB which has more than 300 off-course retail outlets, a call centre and online betting services. Our motto is Better Your Bet because increasing profits through Western Australia’s own TAB means better returns for the local racing sector and state-wide communities.
Our business is unique, which means we can offer careers which are interesting, challenging and diverse. Our values are important to us so, to be successful, you’ll have to share them. We are honest, real and positive and we pride ourselves on achieving great outcomes for our customers. We work hard but have fun while we’re doing it. Whatever your passion, our success is a team sport.
We are seeking a Manager People and Culture on a full-time basis for a 18-month contract. This is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative, fun and employee focused People & Culture team in a truly unique organisation that is currently undertaking a large number of projects. Reporting into the Head of People and Culture, you will be responsible for:
Providing advice and support to leaders on a broad range of human resources, workplace relations and OSH matters
Developing leadership capability, contributing to the implementation of organisational workforce planning, change management and people analytics
Ensuring implementation and continuous improvement of policies and procedures
Supporting and mentoring your 3 direct reports and the wider People and Culture team to help develop capability in human resources practices
Think you might be up for the challenge? Read on to see what experience we're looking for and how to apply.
Ideally to be successful in this role you will need:
Substantial HR generalist experience at a senior level with experience in the full range of HR functions.
Demonstrated ability to develop relationships, effective partnerships and credibility at all levels of an organisation.
Demonstrated experience coaching and mentoring professionals to deliver people related support across an organisation.
Sound understanding of contemporary business, HR and organisational development theory and practice and track record of successfully developing, implementing and improving human resources programs and initiatives in support of organisational objectives.
Significant knowledge and direct application of employment legislation including the ability to interpret legislation, regulations, Awards, Industrial Agreements together with policies and procedures.
Possession of a relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent relevant experience.
Work at an organisation that is innovative, enthusiastic and highly motivated
Perth based office role with remote working options available
We don’t just talk about our company values – we live them.
We support our employees inside and out with our extensive wellness programs
How to apply
Along with your CV, prepare a one-page cover letter telling us why you’re a perfect fit for the role and RWWA
Submit your application
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