About the Organisation
Key Assets: The Children's Services Provider (Key Assets) is an Australian wide not-for-profit, non-government national children's services provider. Founded in 2007, Key Assets has grown to provide out-of-home care, child protection, family preservation & reunification and disability services in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, Victoria and Norfolk Island. An organisation that strives for continuous improvement, Key Assets partners with statutory bodies, community and carers to provide the best care and outcomes of success for children, young people and families.
Due to growth, an exciting and brand-new role has become available for a Specialist, Organisational Capability to deliver on Key Assets' strategic intent. With oversight of the Learning and Development function, including People and Culture Systems Business Administration, the successful candidate will facilitate the implementation of organisational development strategies relating to culture development and leadership capability uplift.
Reporting to the Chief People Officer, the Specialist, Organisational Capability is responsible for:
- Building a learning framework which outlines Key Assets' national intent;
- Encouraging an organisational learning approach and creation of new ideas based on contemporary best practice and organisational improvement;
- Workforce planning to enable ongoing talent both now and into the future;
- Contributing to the design and implementation of organisational development programs to develop capability across the organisation;
- Partnering with the Leadership Team to identify opportunities and implement strategies that meet short and long-term business strategies;
- Participating and contributing to the Key Assets Senior Leadership team for People and Culture.
For this appointment we are seeking a proactive and hands-on Organisational Capability Specialist with a minimum of 5 years' experience in the Human Resources function. You will demonstrate proven ability to easily build effective partnerships, collaborating with the State Directors to drive a performance- based culture focusing on engagement to achieve results.
As an intuitive leader, you will also possess:
- A tertiary qualification in a relevant field i.e., Human Resources, Organisational Development or Psychology;
- A track record of designing best practice learning applications within an operational environment;
- Excellent communication and facilitation skills within all levels of the organisation;
- Understanding of training processes, theories and methodologies;
- The ability to travel occasionally interstate.
What's on Offer
An opportunity to contribute to leading and continuing to build an award-winning organisation in an influential and critical leadership capacity delivering tangible results. In addition:
- Generous remuneration package
- Car allowance
- Training and professional development incentives
- NFP salary packaging benefits
How to Apply
To apply please submit your current CV via the link. For a confidential discussion or role related queries, please email Dani White of The Orchard Talent Group on firstname.lastname@example.org.