Reference Number: 7976aa
About The Role:
Reporting to the Manager Human Resources and Organisational Development, you will work closely with General Managers and teams within your portfolio groups to provide strategic and tactical HR solutions to business needs.
Dunedin City Council are focussed on increasing resource in HR, and this is a great opportunity to join a growing team where you can go on the journey together to implement the new business partner model.
Key responsibilities include:
Skills & Experience:
The successful candidate will be an experienced Human Resources practitioner with an interest in Organisational Development, Learning & Development and Workforce planning. You will:
About the Company:
Dunedin City Council has set a clear vision for Dunedin to be “One of the World’s Great Small Cities”. This is focused on fostering a city with a thriving economy and a healthy environment with an active, creative, resilient and vibrant community. The City of Dunedin is one of New Zealand’s progressive urban centres with a population of 130,000. Renowned for its outstanding quality of life, heritage buildings and international reputation as a centre for tertiary education, it also has strengths in the primary sector, engineering, information technology and tourism.
Kotahitanga: at the Dunedin City Council we work together to be:
To apply in strict confidence now, please complete the ‘apply for this job’ application form, attaching your cover letter and CV. Applications close on 30 January 2022. Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.
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For more information please phone Louise Green on +64 3 353 4359.
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This opportunity that will appeal to an experienced director, who is based in Canterbury. Agribusiness and infrastructure experience.
Exciting opportunity to build on the existing strong team culture & direct significant high-profile projects including the three waters reform
A compelling opportunity to provide strategic leadership in the service of Aotearoa’s counsellor community.
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