General manager–human resources (PN 206)

JOB ADVERTISEMENT
Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation

Central Australian Aboriginal Congress Aboriginal Corporation is seeking a dynamic person to be part of the leadership of our service. This position will make a genuine contribution to improving the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people in Central Australia.

Closing date: 

2am, 26 July 2013

Location: 

Alice Springs
Northern Territory

Job category: 

  • Corporate business support

Type of vacancy: 

Full time

Salary and conditions: 

Core salary (base and allowances): $140,563 p.a.

Job description/overview: 

This position is responsible for management of the Human Resources Division which covers the delivery of all areas of contemporary human resources and industrial relations, work health and safety, workers compensation training and development, recruitment and selection advice and services as well as the monitoring and management of HRM systems and processes. The position ensures the development and implementation of policies, procedures and programs in line with current legislation, standards, quality assurance and risk management throughout Congress to ensure best practice and legislative compliance is maintained. The successful applicant will also be required to provide input and contribute to ideas to the CEO and executive management on business strategy and the streamlining of existing HR systems and procedures.

ABORIGINAL PEOPLE ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

Contact person and how to apply: 

All applicants must address the selection criteria. For information on the position please contact Donna Ah Chee, Chief Executive Officer on (08) 8951 4401.

For selection documentation and application process visit www.caac.org.au/hr or contact HR Officer, Darrelle Windsor on (08) 8958 3661, email: vacancies@caac.org.au.

Please send applications to the Human Resources, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress PO Box 1604 Alice Springs NT 0871 or via email above.

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