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The Whitsunday Regional Council seeks a senior and influential Human Resources leader to take a leading role in the development of a workplace culture that is focused high performance and customer service.
The council has recently appointed a new CEO, and the MHR will be a key counsel on all HR matters and will be an advocate and implementer of his vision for the organisation.
The Manager Human Resources reports to the Council's Chief Executive and works very closely with the Council's Executive Leadership Team.
This role has a mix of high-level strategic contribution and management responsibilities. The Manager is a key adviser to the Council's CEO and executive leadership team and works across council's functional areas on both operational and strategic human resources challenges.
The role leads a team of professional human resources staff, fulfilling the functions of employee relations, reward and recognition, recruitment, and succession planning. There are significant opportunities for improvement of the HR team's systems and processes and improving service through the HR Business Partner model.
The Whitsunday Regional Council
The Whitsunday Regional Council is a progressive and professionally enriching organisation, where you will be challenged to provide expertise and leadership of programmes that create a focus on high performance and a customer service.
The Whitsunday Regional Council is located in one of Queensland's key tourism, agriculture and trade regions, with key assets including Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday Islands, a thriving horticultural sector, and significant trade-supporting transport infrastructure.
The Council serves a community of 35500, located in the major community centres of Bowen, Proserpine, Collinsville, Cannonvale and Airlie Beach. Council employs approximately 350 staff and has an annual budget of $102M.
Apply with covering letter addressing the Position section of this information pack.
Applications close: 5.00pm Monday 8th July 2019.