· Play a key role in the review, development and implementation of the H&S Strategy
· Diverse role - perfect for the generalist in H&S & HR
· Exposure to a wide range of projects
Northland Regional Council's vision is for a healthy environment, a strong economy and resilience among our varied communities. We've focused our long-term planning to target priority areas such as; enhancing the environment, building a strong regional economy and communities and effective service delivery.
We offer a professional, challenging and positive working environment for our 200-plus staff within our region covering from Cape Reinga to just south of Kaiwaka.
The H&S and HR Advisor is part of the Human Resources Team that provides support and advice to the organisation. In this role, you will assist in the creation and coordination of people and culture initiatives across the disciplines of health and safety, capability, and well-being and manage key stakeholders, ensuring their engagement. You will help to ensure that the organisation is fully equipped to perform its objectives and comply with relevant legislation and regulations through the development and implementation of effective H&S and HR processes and programmes.
What you will bring
We are seeking a generalist who has a health and safety operational and strategic skillset together with experience and knowledge in human resources. You will have a relevant degree and minimum of 5 years' generalist experience in a combination of H&S and HR experience, with at least 3 years of that in an advisor or specialist role. The successful person must have excellent communication, interpersonal, report writing and data analyst skills and be experienced in guiding our people to achieve results.
We are seeking someone who is passionate about health, safety, well-being and people; someone who wants to be able to look back on each day's work with satisfaction.
If you want to work in a diverse organisation where no day is the same, then review the position description and apply today via www.nrc.govt.nz/jobs. Applications close at 4pm on 12 July 2019.