About the Role
We are seeking an experienced People and Culture Coordinator to work as part of a generalist People and Culture team. This role is responsible for a broad range of administrative duties across the entire employee lifecycle. This position also co-ordinates information flows for all people processes, contributing to the delivery of effective and efficient People and Culture activities and programs. The role assists with payroll and other office services tasks as required.
This role will suit an open communicator who takes a creative approach to problem solving and can ‘think outside the box’. You will be required to work collaboratively across the organisation and identify with our values of Integrity, Accountability, Reliability, Leadership and Respect.
Reporting to the Manager, People and Culture the successful candidate will have:
- Experience in general administration, reporting and document management;
- Experience with end-to-end recruitment;
- Strong administration and written communication skills with excellent attention to detail and passion for delivering work to a high standard;
- Strong organisational and time management skills including the ability to manage competing and/or changing priorities and deliver to deadlines;
- Proven collaborative approach to work, with demonstrated ability to work as part of a team and co-ordinate information flows within the team and with other business areas;
- Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to interact positively with a wide variety of stakeholders with the confidentiality, professionalism and discretion required in a People & Culture function;
- Demonstrated drive and initiative, with a proactive approach to work and willingness to undertake tasks outside of core remit;
- Proactive research, analytical and problem solving abilities;
- Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and preferably Visio, and experience using databases and online
- Tertiary Qualification in Human Resource Management or working towards qualification; and
- Change management experience.
ParaQuad NSW is a not-for-profit organisation with over a 54 year history of being a key service provider for people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities and assists those we care for to live independently in the community. We are a unique charity and believe our strategic plan and business model enables us to operate as a not for loss organisation allowing us to provide the best possible services and products to our customers.
The benefits of working for us include:
- Family friendly flexible workplaces
- Excellent career and learning opportunities
- Up to $15,899 of your income tax-free
- Additional tax benefits available (up to $2650 meal/entertainment benefit plus Novated Leasing, plus a number of available tax benefits each FBT year)
- Conveniently located workplaces with good public transport (bus) access
- Off-street parking
For further enquiries about this role, please contact:
Rashmi Dixit Sharma E: Rashmi.firstname.lastname@example.org P: (02) 87415677
Closing date: COB Monday, 18 January 2021
ParaQuad is an EEO Employer and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Successful applicants will be required to consent to a pre-employment health assessment, reference checks, a police check and an online psychometric test.