People and Culture Manager - Afea Care Services

People and Culture Manager

As Afea Care Services evolves, the business requires a People and Culture Manager to support the growing number of employees. In this role you will lead and support the People and Culture team and work very closely with the CEO to understand business needs and provide strategic people support on a national level. Key to this role will be ensuring the business has the organisational and workforce capacity, capability, and culture to achieve its strategic objectives.

This role is well suited for someone who is looking for the perfect opportunity to enjoy work-life balance while still being challenged in an autonomous and influential role within a company committed to continuous improvement.

Key Responsibilities

  • Managing, leading, engaging, and developing the People and Culture team
  • Develop and implement People and Culture strategies and initiatives in collaboration with CEO
  • Provide successful workforce planning; ensure quality of staffing to meet the requirements of the business
  • Lead the recruitment and selection process for head office employees and casual community support workers
  • Design and deliver strategic and robust training/development plans and initiatives to address specific business needs
  • Delivery of a comprehensive succession plan for all employees
  • Assist people leaders with quality support and advise on managing and leading their team
  • Offer successful solutions to employee relations issues which comply with federal and state employment laws
  • Ensure compliance with internal human resource policies and practices, and with relevant labour and employment legislations
  • Working across our Parramatta and Chatswood Offices

Key Requirements:

  • Minimum of tertiary qualification in Human Resources Management (HRM)
  • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in a similar position and reporting into senior executives/CEOs
  • Ability to work in a face-paced environment with high levels of agility and resilience
  • Be commercially astute with a demonstrated growth mindset
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to influence and negotiate outcomes where required
  • An exceptional ability to develop and form genuine relationships with a variety of internal and external stakeholders
  • Membership with the Australian Human Resource Institute (or similar) is highly regarded
  • Extensive experience and proven track record in overall Human Resources strategy development, execution and delivery
  • Understanding of contemporary Human Resources practices and performance management systems
  • Experience with Employment Hero is desirable

The Benefits

  • Annual Leave loading
  • Great opportunity for professional growth
  • Opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives
  • Modern, purpose-built officed with a positive and nurturing culture
  • Employee Assistance Program, mindfulness sessions and self-care programs

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