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POSTED 14th May, 2020 REF NO. BBBH11176
APS6 Performance Management / Code of Conduct Officer
Our client is a high-profile federal government organisation at the centre of policy development and service delivery. They aim to deliver innovative ways to assist the development and implementation of government policies as well as provide advice on how to solve the issues facing Australia.
This is an opportunity to work at a high profile organisation within a high performing team to undertake case management and code of conduct investigations.
You will be a crucial member of the team working collaboratively with each other to achieve the team’s objectives which will provide you with variety and the ability to broaden and diversify your skills.
As the performance and code of conduct officer you will play an important role in contributing to the development and implementation of tailored initiatives, tools and resources to conduct performance management and code of conduct investigations
Responsibilities will include:
- Liaise and engage and collaborate with managers and staff at all levels to assess, resolve and finalise matters relating performance and /or conduct related matters
- Deliver sensitive and complex written material and presentations, including reports, briefs and policies
- Develop and deliver strategies or methodologies relating to performance and / or conduct related policies and procedures
- Providing strategic advice to managers and Senior Executive Staff
- Manage stakeholder engagement including the ability to effectively communicate with senior leaders involving issues of political and other sensitivities.
The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a positive can-do attitude with the technical expertise in employee relations matters.
You will have experience and knowledge of public service HR management processes such as reviews of action, formal underperformance and code of conduct with the ability to support and guide managers through people management processes.
Ideally you will have a strong understanding of relevant employment legislation with the ability to research, interpret and apply legislation, policies and guidance material
You will have strong communication skills to effectively communicate with a range of stakeholders including the ability to build productive working relationships with internal and external clients.
$80K – $90K + Super.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Sarah Fowler on 02 6108 4878, quoting Ref No. 11176