Adviser, Workforce Reporting
|Department:||Department of Premier & Cabinet|
|Work Type:||Ongoing - full or part time|
|Job Function:||Human Resources (HR)|
|Work Location:||Melbourne - CBD|
|Salary Range:||$78,773 - $89,375|
|Attachments:||Position Description - VPS4 Adviser, Workforce Reporting P&C.docx (Word, 250KB)|
(03) 9651 1440
The People and Culture Branch works across the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) and its portfolio agencies, to create a high performing workplace that puts people first.
Reporting to the Manager, Recruitment and Employee Experience - this exciting position is responsible for providing expert analysis and application of HR data including the provision of reports to inform strategic decision making.
Key accountabilities include:
- Provide expert analysis of HR data to inform strategic decision making and workforce planning
- Identify, analyse and report on HR trends for client groups
- Develop and improve new reports and applications to meet the business requirements
- Collate and manage data, from multiple sources, to produce high quality reports
- Provide accurate advice and prepare briefs and responses on workforce metrics
This is an exciting and fast paced role which requires a high level of experience in the analysis of workforce metrics, preparation of informed and insightful reports, attention to detail and the ability to think outside the box.
Please refer to the position description for further information.
The closing date for this position is Tuesday, 4 April 2017.
This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia.
How to apply:
All applications should include a resume, and a cover letter (not exceeding 2 pages), addressing the key selection criteria, unless stated otherwise.
Please refer to the contact on the Position Description if you have any questions regarding the job vacancy.
Other relevant information:
Employment of successful candidates will be subject to a National Police Check.
DPC is an equal opportunity employer and our recruitment process focuses on essential skills and abilities. We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and people with disabilities.
DPC values its people and is committed to attracting, developing and retaining diverse talent. DPC actively promotes diversity and inclusion in the workplace and does not discriminate based on age, sex, carer or parental status, disability, race, religious belief, sexual orientation, gender identity or other characteristics.
DPC is committed to supporting our employees balance their work and life commitments. Flexible working arrangements give our employees more control over when, where and how they work. All roles at DPC can be worked flexibly, the types of flexibility may differ from role to role.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet's vision is to be recognised and respected leaders in whole-of-government policy and performance.
We work for the people of Victoria by helping the government achieve its strategic objectives. We do this by supporting the Premier, Deputy Premier, Special Minister of State, the Ministers for Aboriginal Affairs, Equality, Multicultural Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence, Veterans and Women, as well as the Cabinet.
We lead the Victorian Public Service by:
- Setting clear expectations
- Driving the government's objectives
- Providing unifying intelligence within the Victorian Government
- Pursuing excellence in whole-of-government outcomes in delivery and reform.