People and Culture Manager

Job Description

Our client, a key alliance for construction development in Auckland, is looking for a People and Culture Manager on a permanent basis. You will be responsible for providing best practice generalist and specialist advice to support and empower managers in attracting, developing and retaining talent, the development and implementation of a HR strategy and projects that enable organisational and individual success!

Key Responsibilities:

• Lead and drive overall People and Culture strategies
• Identify opportunities for performance improvement through undertaking internal diagnosis, process/system reviews in order to understand barriers and possible solutions; conducting external research into good practice and new ideas
• Identify opportunities for improving human resources service delivery by developing, reviewing and ensuring consistency delivery of HR processes
• Planning, implementing and evaluating policies, procedures, programmes and practices
• Contribute research, analysis and ideas to the development of People & Culture strategy
• Design and deliver organisational development and change management strategies, processes and interventions that support the objective to be a high performing organisation
• Support specific performance improvement initiatives
• Commission and manage additional internal or external resources as and when required in order to ensure cost-effective delivery of agreed OD initiatives
• Design and facilitate in-house events (e.g. workshops, away days)
• Work with the Communications Manager to ensure effective communication and consultation processes and to build staff engagement
• Support managers with the full cycle of the recruitment and on-boarding process; including developing recruitment strategies and job design
• Work with managers to ensure informative and comprehensive onboarding occurs
• Manage the performance management process and assist managers in developing performance plans for employees
• Design and deliver people management training courses for managers
• Maintain and improve the remuneration framework and process and provide managers with accurate advice on remuneration and reward practices and trends
• Provide advice to managers in relation to absence and health issues, conduct and capability, grievance matters and organisational change

About you:

• 3 – 5 years HR experience with relevant tertiary qualification
• Great relationship management skills with confidence in dealing with a wide range of people
• Ability to work across multiple IT platforms including Microsoft teams
• HRIS Systems experience
• Flexible, approachable and professional
• Constructive “can do” attitude

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Job type:

Full Time


Auckland City