Coordinator HR Projects and Planning
Permanent full time role based in Alice Springs
- Competitive salary package commencing at $96,925.41 (inclusive of superannuation and leave loading)
- Dynamic role where no two days are the same
- Relocation packages on offer
The MacDonnell region is located in the centre of Australia. Covering 270,000sq km and with an estimated population approaching 7,000, it has a unique beauty with picturesque water holes, magnificent flora and fauna, red desert sands and rugged mountain ranges.
The Coordinator HR Projects and Planning position will be based in our Alice Springs Office, which is the regional headquarters to councils' 13 remote communities and outstation locations. This position forms part of the HR team, which is also responsible for the functions of WHS, HR Operations, and, Learning and Development.
As the Coordinator HR Projects & Planning, you will be responsible for providing specialist HR advice, support and coaching to Department Managers, as well as undertaking case management and investigations of Employee Relations issues. This position is also responsible for leading a range of diverse HR projects.
What do you need?
Ideally you will hold a Degree level qualification and, proven experience in a HR role including providing advice and support to managers. You will have a high level of written and verbal communication skills including the ability to write standard and non-standard reports, and correspondence that complies with legal requirements.
Why Macdonnell Regional Council
This is a unique opportunity to directly contribute to achieving MRC's strategic goals and to further develop your own skills base and career pathways within our supportive organisation.
MRC offers Fantastic employee benefits including 6 weeks annual leave and salary sacrifice options.
For further information on this position please refer to the Position Description or contact Thomas Coelli-Donaghy, Manager Human Resources, By phoning (08) 8958 9600.
Applications close: 19 September 2021
MacDonnell Regional Council recognises and respects the region's unique Aboriginal culture and 78% of our workforce are Aboriginal, therefore an understanding and awareness of cultural impacts and sensitivities is essential. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply and may be preferenced under our Special Measures Policy.