About CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay
CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay is a faith-based not-for-profit provider of a diverse range of social services. The organisation has been helping people, families and communities since 1987. CatholicCare works towards a world where people are safe, happy, well and connected with each other in inclusive communities, providing critical human services to people regardless of their religion, socio economic status, gender or ability.
Employing more than 600 staff, CatholicCare provides services to more than 20,000 children, young people, individuals and families on the NSW Central Coast, North Sydney and Northern Beaches. Services include family, youth and children, disability, foster care, children's services, services for seniors and out-of-home care.
About the Opportunity
This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced, driven and well-rounded HR professional to contribute to the mission on of the states leading for-purpose community service providers. Reporting to the Executive Manager People and Culture, the Human Resources Business Partner will drive a range of initiatives focused on elevating the efficiency and strategic capability of the function, ultimately enabling the organisation to continue to provide critical services to the community.
Demonstrating a true desire to assist the organisation, the HR Business Partner will provide sound advice and guidance to stakeholders, helping to build the capability of managers and support the delivery of high-quality services to clients. This will be enabled by leading and contributing to a range of initiatives including;
- Workforce Planning: working with operational leaders across the organisation to develop a proactive approach to identifying current and upcoming talent gaps and designing and mobilising strategies to effectively address them.
- Talent attraction and acquisition: partnering with the existing team to provide insights, support and guidance.
- HR Policy and process: The analysis, revision and organisational interpretation of HR policy and procedure in line with developments of law, industrial relations environment or global best practice.
Your background as a HR practitioner will demonstrate:
- Several years' experience as a Human Resources generalist, adviser and/or business partner.
- Experience leading strategic HR initiatives and working with the operational teams to mobilise best practice strategy.
- Experience in workforce planning activities and strategies from within a human services organisation.
- Understanding of the factors that maximise the contribution of the 'human services' workforce, with a passion for improving HR practices and employee experience/engagement.
- Strong stakeholder management and relationship-building skills to people of all roles, interests and backgrounds.
Above all else, you will be passionate about helping the most vulnerable in our communities, possess a friendly, vibrant and positive attitude with a high level of resilience, emotional intelligence and professional maturity.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join a progressive social care provider in an important and influential role. An attractive package of remuneration and benefits will be offered to the successful applicant, including not-for-profit salary packaging.
For a confidential discussion or role related queries, please call Dylan Kovacevich on (02) 9157 6204 or email Dylan@orchardtalent.com.au quoting the role title. To apply, please follow the link.
All applicants must have a legal right to work in Australia.