People and Culture Coordinator
- Providing administrative support to the People & Culture team, including people processes in the employment life cycle such as recruitment, induction, performance and remuneration, learning and development
- Coordinating and supporting in the implementation of OD initiatives
- Coordinating and supporting in the implementation of learning programmes and initiatives, including the administration of the Learning Management System
- Supporting the administration of the fortnightly payroll as required.
To be successful in this role you need the following:
- Relevant experience in generalist Human Resources coordination work
- Proven exposure to the various HR functions involved in the employment life cycle
- Excellent communications skill – written and verbal, and the ability to tailor communication to the audience and convey information and ideas clearly to a broad range of people
- Adept in the use of technologies and platforms that are commonly used delivering HR projects and initiatives
- High level of computer literacy particularly in the use of Windows based applications such as Microsoft Excel, Visio, PowerPoint and Teams
- Demonstrating an ability to manage multiple requirements from various team members
- Experience and understanding of public sector work and standards would be advantageous
- A relevant tertiary qualification would be advantageous.
Why join the Electoral Commission?
The Commission has an inclusive strength-focused culture where diversity and inclusion are encouraged and valued. We understand how important family is and support a family-friendly work environment. You will be part of a team who are here to promote participation and understanding and is passionate about making people's voices heard.
About the Electoral Commission | Te Kaitiaki Take Kōwhiri
The Electoral Commission wants every New Zealander to trust, value and take part in parliamentary elections. We are an independent Crown Entity who works with and through communities to inform, engage and educate New Zealanders about the value of participation, make it easy for them to enrol and vote, promote understanding of New Zealand's democratic processes, and deliver parliamentary elections and referenda.
To apply for this role please go to jobs.govt.nz and click on the “APPLY ONLINE” button.
Alternatively, a job description and application form are available by emailing email@example.com
Applications close at 5pm on Thursday 29th July 2021.
You must be legally allowed to work in New Zealand.