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  • Current vacancy for Manager Human Resources

    Playing a lead role in driving strategic workforce initiatives, the Manager Human Resources has a key leadership role in developing and assisting to promote the strategic direction of the organisation.

    Appealing to an energetic and capable HR professional, this senior management position leads a small team in the delivery of a comprehensive range of professional HR advisory services across the organisation, including Learning and Development, Recruitment, Industrial Relations, including renegotiation of new EBAs', Occupational Safety and Health, and Payroll. Importantly, you will ethically lead from the front and be driven to ensure the team delivers its service with honesty, integrity and in confidentiality.

    Demonstrated ability to advise at a senior executive level and at all levels across the organisation, along with the ability to critically analyse information, develop strategies and communicate these plans is essential.

    An attractive remuneration package between $120k to $140k per annum, plus superannuation is offered. This position will be primarily located in Tom Price.

    An Application Package along with the Position Description can be obtained via email employment@walga.asn.au quoting 'Manager Human Resources' in the subject line. Further information about the position is available by contacting Lydia Highfield on 9213 2079.

    Applications which take account of the position's accountabilities should be sent to: applications@walga.asn.au or mailed to Lydia Highfield, Recruitment Services Resources, WALGA Recruitment, PO Box 1544, WEST PERTH WA 6872 marked "P & C Manager Human Resources" by 4.00pm Monday 25th February 2019.

    Please Note:  All shortlisted applicants will be required to complete an on-line psychometric assessment. The preferred applicant is required to obtain a National Police clearance and undergo a pre-employment medical including a drug and alcohol screening. Also provide evidence of all claimed qualifications prior to commencing employment

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