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People & Capability Coordinator - Recruitment [fixed term]

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About the Opportunity:

Based in Napier, the People & Capability Team currently has two Advisors, one Coordinator and also includes the Health, Safety and Wellbeing Team, Payroll Team and a Change Manager.  We’re a friendly, collaborative and supportive team with a leader who is truly focussed on developing and building team capability to ensure each team member achieves success!

This busy 12-month fixed-term role will require you to put your outstanding time management skills to use, juggling many tasks and priorities at once. You will be a coordination superstar who can manage the end to end recruitment process from advertising through to onboarding and induction. You will need to be able to keep up in a fast-paced environment, ensuring accuracy is maintained and customer service is prioritised as a positive candidate experience is essential.  Day to day you will work closely with the P&C Advisors, building an in depth understanding of our structure and polices to ensure a great service is provided both internally and externally.  There is also the potential for you to get involved in broader projects as we work to continually improve our service delivery across Council. You will be joining a team who are passionate about the work they do, hardworking and dedicated, but always willing to take a moment to reconnect and have a bit of fun!

About you:

You will be a motivated self-starter with a passion for people, while maintaining a kind, caring, and respectful approach to your work. The ability to take initiative, prioritise a busy workload and produce high quality outcomes will set you up for success in this role. It is vital that you have a strong attention to detail and are confident using MS Office, including MS Teams. You will be a natural at building relationships and have a knack for quickly establishing rapport across all levels of an organisation.

Ideally you will also have:

  • 2 + years’ experience as a HR Coordinator or Administrator.
  • Experience in applying and referencing policies and employment agreements when responding to enquiries or questions from staff.
  • A sound understanding of HR compliance and legislative requirements.
  • Ability to write to a standard suitable for a corporate work environment as well as the ability to proof-read documentation for others in the team.

The salary range for this role will depend on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

View a copy of the full job description here


11 May 2022

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