HR Policy and Performance Analyst

  • Sydney
  • Temporary
  • Fri May 3 07:07:11 2019
  • 200003296

  • Parramatta Location
  • 12 month contract
  • State Government Department

This NSW Government Department is one of the largest organisations and employers in Australia, and manages an annual budget that accounts for approximately one quarter of the State’s total budget.

The Strategy function of Human Resources owns the overarching People Plan for the Department, and translates the Department's corporate strategy into people strategies. This includes defining and setting critical workforce priorities and providing strategic and operational advice on matters relating to Department-wide human resource management. This ensures that the Department continues to evolve and innovate HR strategies which support the achievement of broader organisational objectives, navigating major government reform and managing rapid organisational changes.

In this role you will be responsible for:

  • Guiding the day-to-day work activities of the team, including workload, timelines and expected outcomes. The role is also accountable for ensuring work remains on target, within budget and meets agreed standards of delivery.
  • Adopting and implementing appropriate workflows, supervise and champion the use of new/updated technologies and methodologies to ensure that team members have the necessary skills and experience to deliver efficient and effective service.
  • Monitoring, reviewing and analysing systems and databases to generate reports that provide accurate advice and information for staff, customers, management and external agencies.
  • Working collaboratively with team members to develop innovative policies, programs and documentation, in accordance with legislative and related business reforms.
  • Fostering and building sustainable relationships with internal and external stakeholders to gain support for the implementation of business reforms and to increase staff commitment to service delivery.
  • Supporting, encouraging and mentoring team members to achieve personal and team goals.
  • In consultation with the supervisor, develop an annual work plan that articulates, clarifies and documents the role’s specific responsibilities, key deliverables and indicators of success over a 12 month period.

To be successful for this role you will have:

  • Tertiary qualifications or relevant experience in Human Resource Management, Organisational Psychology or a relevant discipline
  • Expertise across a range of HR functions, with a focus specific to this role on the planning and execution of business strategies
  • Demonstrated history in identifying and analysing issues and preparing and delivering draft policy/briefing advice to stakeholders
  • Developing plans for improved solutions and the delivery of policies, processes, guidelines, tools and training

To apply for this position, please forward your resume and covering letter via the apply button by COB Monday 6th May 2019.