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General Information

Job Type
Permanent
Category
Human Resources
Business
Firth Industries
Location
Auckland
Job Reference
36375
Posted Date
26-Mar-2024
Closing Date
30-Apr-2024

Description

At Firth, we believe in the power of diversity, inclusion, and the unique strengths each individual brings to the table. We are excited to welcome a dynamic and experienced professional to join us as a People & Performance Business Partner


Nōu te rourou | What's in it for you?

A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion
Opportunities for professional development and growth
A collaborative and supportive team culture
Employer Benefits - Discounts (Placemakers, Mico, Southern Cross to name a few)
Access to Employer Funded Study support

Ko tā mātou mahi | Our Role

Our People & Performance Business Partners, are key members of the business and you will play a crucial role in shaping our workplace culture, ensuring it remains inclusive, supportive, and aligned with our core values.

Your responsibilities will include but limited to:

  • Contribute to the development of the BU People Strategy, priorities and plans that align to divisional and group strategies
  • Manage remuneration, job analysis and evaluation, remuneration changes, annual review
  • Industrial Relations execution; represent the BU in dealings with union and employer organisations and industrial courts
  • Communicate and coach line managers and employees on People processes and ensure information and resources are accessible
  • Day to day management of ER problems, disputes or issues including IR/ER negotiations, disciplinary, termination, restricting and grievances.

Ngā Pūmanawa | What You Will Bring

  • Demonstrated experience developing and implementing people strategy.
  • Proven track record in generalist Human Resources management, operating effectively with teams within an organisation  
  • Tertiary qualification in People or related field
  • Project management experience with the ability to manage projects from inception to completion
  • Proven experience in managing relationships and developing and maintaining personal credibility with stakeholders
  • Demonstrable experience and understanding of core People processes (e.g., performance management; talent management) and their application / use as levers for driving business performance
  • Practical knowledge of employment legislation, employment relations and industrial relations experience, including, sound knowledge of country specific employment legislation

Research shows that females and minority groups don’t apply for roles unless they match 100% the job description.

We are proud of your diversity and see it as one of the things that make us stronger. We welcome your individuality and encourage you to bring your true self to work, so if this role is of interest but you feel you don’t fit it, we would still love you to apply.