We are looking for a bold and collaborative Head of People & Culture who is interested in joining two leading NSW Government agencies focused on creating a living future for the past for Sydney's past and maintaining our states records, collections and archives.
What the opportunity is:
What we doSydney Living Museums (SLM) cares for a group of 12 of the most important historic houses, gardens and museums in NSW on behalf of the people of NSW.
- Employment with Sydney Living Museums, NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet
- Clerk Grade 11/12 - $164,206. Package includes salary ($128,089 - $148,134), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
- Temporary full-time employment (for a period up to 3 years)
- The role will be based at The Mint in Sydney's CBD and Western Sydney Records Centre, Kingswood but will also be required to work across other locations as directed.
Our commitment to our audience is to maintain the museums, landscapes and collections with integrity whilst presenting the narrative of each in contemporary, compelling and relevant ways.
Our purpose is to enrich and revitalise people’s lives with Sydney’s living history, and to hand the precious places in our care and their collections on to future generations to enjoy.
Our partner - The State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales (NSW State Archives and Records) is one of Australia’s pre-eminent Archives and Records Authorities with a vast collection of historical records and archives dating back to the European settlement of Australia in 1788. With responsibilities for the development, preservation and access for the State’s archives, NSW State Archives and Records is also responsible for managing and storing over 650 kilometres of semi-permanent Government records for NSW public sector offices.
What you’ll do with us
This role provides strategic direction and leadership to design, deliver, implement and continuously improve People and Culture services.
For more information on the role contact Martyn Killion on 0411 130 625.
Click here for the role description and candidate information guide.
What you need to do to apply
To apply you will need to submit the following:
- A current resume with two referees
- A covering letter 1-2 pages in length, this should include how your skills and experience meet the role's essential requirements as outlined in the role description.
- And respond to the 2 targeted questions (no more than 20 lines per answer). Your responses to the targeted questions should be submitted online during your application and not included in the covering letter.
Submit your application before the closing date: 11.59pm Monday 6 July 2020.
What else you need to know
We are committed to providing a flexible and inclusive workplace culture that values and supports diversity and inclusion. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, respected, valued and heard regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background or ability. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disability, the LGBTIQ+ communities, from Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, and, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
To be eligible for an ongoing role in the NSW Public Sector you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident. For temporary and casual roles, you need to hold a valid visa giving you permission to work in Australia as required by the role. All successful candidates will be required to undergo a criminal record check with NSW Police.
If you are speech or hearing impaired, have access requirements that require reasonable adjustment in the assessment process, or require access to information about this vacancy in a different format, please call the Head of Human Resources on 02 8239 2366.
A talent pool may be created for future ongoing and temporary roles and is valid for a period of up to 18 months.
Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application.
What the essential requirements of the role are:
What you need to tell us - targeted questions:
- Broad understanding of general public sector management, the machinery of NSW Government, political processes and Ministerial requirements, with a specific knowledge of issues and trends in NSW.
Knowledge of applicable WHS legislation including interpretation and practical application.
Extensive experience in implementing strategic HR plans and solutions, improving organisational performance and productivity in order to meet business objectives.
Current NSW Driver’s licence.
- Please provide an example of where you have led and implemented strategic HR planning including details of any roadblocks or resistance to change. What was the issue, how did you continue to progress the plan and overcome the issue and what was the outcome?
- Please provide the details of a project you have managed including identification of the project, your specific role, stakeholder management and outcome.