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Manager, Human Resources

Queensland Corrective Services - South Townsville, QLD

HR & Recruitment
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Full Job Description
The Manager, Human Resources will lead the human resources team, delivering a range of human resource management policy, advice and consultancy services to senior management within a correctional centre. You will play a significant role in implementing and managing compliance with HR procedures and processes to manage HR service delivery for the correctional centre. In addition, you will be responsible for the effective utilisation of staffing resources across a 24/7 operating environment through the application of Agency rostering guidelines and principles.
Job Type: Permanent
Position Type: Flexible-full-time
Location: Townsville region
Yearly Salary: $98408 - $105087
Contact Name: Dominic McLean
Contact Number: Ph: (07) 4430 5402
Closing Date: 10-JUN-21

In this role you will:
  • Manage the preparation and implementation of the centre's rostering plan.
  • Liaise with staff and line managers to ensure effective rostering.
  • Ensure rostering practices are effective and comply with relevant Awards and policies.
  • Coordinate the provision of staff training for the centre.
  • Liaise with training providers to ensure sufficient resourcing and timing of programs.
  • Liaise with staff and line managers to organise roster and other placements for training purposes.
  • Ensure resources and work environments are properly maintained and meet operational and WH&S requirements.
  • Support managers in implementing WH&S policies and procedures, including imparting accurate information to staff.
  • Administer the WH&S function of the centre including liaison with the head office staff on relevant matters.
  • Perform duties of rehabilitation officer / return-to-work coordinator in consultation with head office staff, line managers and rehabilitation providers.
  • Process local claims for WH&S incidents to ensure that matters are resolved swiftly and in accordance with legislated time-frames and procedures.
  • Supervise and encourage staff I the performance of their duties.
  • Appraise performance and provide feedback for staff.
  • Ensure staff are equipped with skills and resources to effectively undertake their duties.
  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the team.
  • Maintain knowledge, policies and procedures relevant to training staff.
  • Monitor and provide management with reports in relation to WorkCover matters.
  • Implement systems to ensure compliance with departmental procedures and processes for human resource management.
  • Contribute to the preparation and implementation of the centre's workforce plan.
  • Promote and support human resources and industrial relations processes and policies.
  • Provide advice to management on contemporary human resource management issues and on the interpretation and applications of HR initiatives.
  • Undertake analysis of data provided within HR reporting to inform management of trends and risks identified through the HR reporting process.
  • Monitor the human resource reports and provide advice to relevant centre managers of trends and risks associated with the management of staff to meet centre needs.
  • Assist centre management with the preparation of business plans and related documents for changes to establishment.
  • Reconcile HR reporting and data against internal control mechanisms and financial management reports.
Qualifications, professional registration, conditions and other requirements

Formal qualifications in human resource management, psychology, business (or a related discipline) would be highly regarded.

Travel may be a requirement for this position.

Applications to remain current for 12 months.

Job Ad Reference Number: QLD/374424/21

Closing Date: Thursday, 10 June 2021This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.