Report to a Manager who is brimming with enthusiasm, intelligence, understanding, and support.
The Deputy CE of People is highly supportive, inclusive, empowering, and passionate – creating the perfect conditions for strong, cohesive and successful People platforms and practice.
This role offers spaciousness and scope to do your best work. You will be fully supported to offer new innovations and solutions. You will be able to achieve high levels of fulfilment in your professional life and enjoy working symbiotically with your manager and the wider group.
This role sits within the Employment Relations function and is responsible for the provision of proactive, top quality employment relations advice. You will collaborate across this punchy newly formed People Group to assist with the delivery of strategy, policy and programmes of work that support an excellent employment relationship. Developing strong partnerships with a range of stakeholders, in this diverse and complex environment will provide enormous scope and ability to learn.
You will ideally be tertiary qualified in Law and be admitted to the Bar and hold a New Zealand Practicing Certificate and have demonstrated relevant work experience.
If you are currently a Solicitor in a law firm, with a broad client base, and looking to make your move in-house, then this could be a perfect move for you!! Or perhaps you’re an Employment Advisor in a commercial or public sector environment and looking for your next challenge to work with the coolest People Group.
There is also scope for flexible working arrangements in this role, and to have work life balance.
Please note that only people with the right to work in New Zealand may apply for this position. For advice on obtaining a New Zealand work or residence visa visit www.immigration.govt.nz.
For further information please feel free to contact
Jacquie Duffin on 04 472 9903 or Jo Moynihan on 04 472 9900.
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