About the Role
Working closely to support the Assistant Director of Employee Relations and as part of a collaborative team, you will be providing confidential guidance, advice and support to leaders of member schools. Harness your exceptional communication skills to connect and engage with stakeholders allowing you to form strong working partnerships.
Duties & Responsibilities
Provide confidential and strategic guidance, coaching and advice to school leaders across various employee relations matters and people management issues
Manage and promote positive working relationships between schools and relevant unions and employee representatives
Support the Assistant Director and Senior Advisors in the areas of enterprise bargaining. Research industrial trends, attend negotiation meetings, assist with the drafting of negotiated outcomes and prepare submissions
Provide relevant, timely and concise information to member schools in a collaborative and consultative manner
Assist schools with re-structuring processes, including consultation, change management and redundancy processes that all meet industrial and legislative obligations and minimise risk
Support the Assistant Director with various other employee relations related duties
Skills & Experience required
You will possess formal qualifications in either Human Resources, Industrial Relations or Law
Interpersonal and communication skills that will reflect your ability to deliver information and advice over the phone, via written communication as well via face to face consultation
Be able to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of relevant workplace relations legislation
Experienced in enterprise agreements in unionised workplaces
Personal qualities that include emotional intelligence, trust and integrity
The ability to work autonomously on specific projects as well as being a collaborative team member working to support your colleagues and peers
The ability to build capability and coaching on ER/IR matters
High level of motivation and excellent time management and organisational skills
Benefits & Culture
This is an exceptional opportunity to be a key part of a team of consummate professionals who are leaders in their field and are motivated by the work they do and the outcomes they achieve. As a newly established position you will have the opportunity to make this role your own. You will be rewarded with an attractive remuneration package and be provided with plenty of support and encouragement.
About the Company
We have enjoyed a long and rewarding partnership with this organisation and it an immense pleasure to work with them. They are the peak body that represents, advocates, and promotes the independent school sector for our State. They are recognised for their proactiveness and responsiveness to their members and they support choice and diversity in education. They work closely with all political parties, government departments and the community and they promote the policies and interests of independent schools.
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