Senior Employee Relations Project Officer

Employee Relations & Payroll Team

18-month Temporary Full-Time

$147,583.00 – $165,723.00 per annum (commensurate with experience) + Superannuation + 5 weeks annual leave + 12 RDOs + Christmas shutdown

The New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA) in association with the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation New South Wales Branch (ANMF NSW Branch) seeks a Senior Employee Relations Project Officer to join our Employee Relations & Payroll team on an 18-month temporary full-time contract.

The primary purpose of the role is to partner with stakeholders on a range of employee relations matters, by providing expert employee relations advice, and support, the roll out of contemporary people and culture practices and programs.

The successful candidate will be proficient in project and change management best practice and ensure cooperation and commitment in addressing activities that span the full employee lifecycle, from attraction and recruitment, onboarding, goal setting and staff development, to fundamental compliance activities spanning industrial relations, Work Health and Safety and related legislation.

Key accountabilities

  1. Partner with stakeholders on activities in the employee lifecycle, including provision of timely and accurate advice, and supporting various people processes, to ensure a seamless employee experience.
  2. Provide technical and operational employee relations advice, to ensure the organisation meets legislative and policy requirements across a range of areas such as staff professional development, issue resolution, work health and safety, workers compensation, employee relations policies and procedures.
  3. Review, interpret and monitor changes in industrial relations legislation and proactively provide information and advice on appropriate applications to, and impact on, organisational activities, initiatives, policies and procedures.
  4. Coordinate and oversee all aspects of project planning, development and implementation for allocated projects. This includes working with key stakeholders to scope and plan projects; coordinating project tasks; monitoring and reporting against performance indicators; producing project documentation, reports and presentations; and planning and implementing change management strategies to support successful project implementation.
  5. Provide advice to and be a key member of the project team delivering transformational people and culture projects aimed at increasing the efficiency of people practices and enhancing employee wellbeing.
  6. Build collaborative relationships with various staff groups, to ensure cooperation and commitment in addressing employee relations matters, as well as in the operational implementation of strategic people and culture programs that support the Association’s vision, values and strategic priorities.

Key considerations:

How to apply for this position:

Click here to apply for this position online. In your application, briefly outline your ability to meet the Key Accountabilities and Key Considerations found in the Senior Employee Relations Project Officer position description.

Applications close Sunday, 21 July 2024.  

NSWNMA/ANMF NSW Branch is an Equal Opportunity Employer and fosters a diverse workplace.