Head of People & Culture

Job Details
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Department: State Trustees Limited
Work Type: Ongoing - full time
Job Function: Human Resources (HR)
Classification: See Advertisement
Work Location: Melbourne - Western Metro
Reference: VG/PBAC/1393624ES
Closing Date: 10-Jun-2019
Salary Range: See Advertisement
Job Duration: N/A
Attachments: No File Attached
Contact: Karen Starr at SHK
+61 3 8620 8013 / applymel@shk.com.au

Position Details

  • Influence organisational change
  • Execute cultural transformation
  • Footscray location

State Trustees has a long history of administering deceased estates and managing the financial and legal affairs of people who are unable to do so due to disability, mental illness or other circumstances. It provides clients with financial and legal assistance for every stage of their lives. The Board of State Trustees and new CEO have commenced an ambitious change strategy, including workplace reforms, complemented by new executive positions.

The Head of People & Culture role is critical in providing leadership for the organisation's strategies to grow capability and effectiveness, and ensure quality service delivery. Guided by State Trustees' ‘Client First' initiative, the focus of the role is to ‘change the way we work around here' by building a constructive culture, creating a better employee experience, developing careers and embedding a high-performance mindset. The role will entail leading the delivery of best-practice human resources services in a recently introduced business partnering model.

You are a highly regarded, experienced and hands-on human resources leader with the technical capability to deliver on a progressive organisational and cultural change agenda. Your track record of providing strategic and operational advice has been gained in government agencies, local government, higher education, health or similar environments. This is a unique opportunity to partner with a progressive CEO and executive team to deliver an outstanding client experience and positive community outcomes.

To apply for this position, email applymel@shk.com.au quoting JO-1904-26771, or for more information please contact Karen Starr at SHK on +61 3 8620 8013. Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK.


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