I don't mean to flex. But this workplace is totally flex.
The manager works from home on the Sunshine Coast and makes a trip to Newy about once per month. That kind of flex.
So what? Isn't that pretty common these days?
Well, this is a role with Government.
So - not only will you get to bolster your network with a huge number of important internal contacts - not only will you get to impact the lives of people around you - not only will you get the kind of experience that opens the door for a career in Government - you won't need to sacrifice the perks of working in a commercial setting to make it happen.
So, what's the catch?
A blood pact.
Not really. There's no catch.
Well, you'll need to be okay with working in an autonomous environment, where your expertise is respected and not overruled. You'll be supported and accountable. That's not for everyone. Some people like micromanagement. Those people can look away.
Well then, what's the role?
You're an experienced Project Coordinator, so I won't explain that to you. You know more than me on that subject.
We need someone experienced in the implementation of a HRIS. Experience working on HRP module upgrades or implementation is also good, but we prefer HRIS implementation. Current approvals will take the role through to the 31st of December.
This role will be working on the upgrade of key TechnologyOne modules. That's the ideal project experience, but other major HRIS are good too - think ELMO, Frontier, or Workday.
The specific modules being upgraded are eTimesheet, time & attendance, award interpretation and associated workflows, and this is something you'll have hands-on experience with to come into this role.
Implementation means change management. That's important here. This project will require working between the P&C & IT teams as a sort of conduit, so a background in both would be ideal. You'll be the key communicator - translating HR gibberish into IT gibberish and back again.
In terms of structure, the P&C team has 5 people, the IT team has 4, and you'll be reporting to the Workforce Development Manager - with a dotted line to the IT Product Manager for P&C.
If you have a CV, click apply to be immediately considered.
If you don't have an up-to-date CV, get in touch with me, Aliza Huff, via one of the following channels: