Talent Propeller New Zealand
Leave agency behind but not the dollars!Full-time role - will consider part-time options for the right personYou live and breathe recruitment!A recruitment revolution is upon us, and Talent Propeller is leading the charge.Combing technology innovations with service and industry expertise, Talent Propeller partners with businesses to provide recruitment services from advertising campaign management, shortlisting to aptitude and skills testing and talent management.If you are tired of the old-school recruitment agency model, and want to work in a fresh, dynamic and entrepreneurial business that is arguably the fastest growing business in our category, we have an opportunity not to be missed!!Working alongside our passionate Head of Division, you will partner with existing clients to provide, factual, hands on recruitment support. Our clients are varied as are the roles we manage, from government departments to SME's to big name corporates. You will support international as well as local clients in a RPO model with autonomy and responsibility.You need to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic and ever changing environment and want to work with a technology focused company. You will be passionate about delivering a great candidate experience and will be able to build your client's employment brand through advertising strategies and recruitment processes.You will need at least 2 years prior recruitment experience in a high volume, fast paced environment and have the ability to provide on-trend, real-world recruitment advice to your clients, yet are still hands on and operational to get the job done, not just provide a shortlist. After all, you are the recruitment expert and clients will look to you for out of the box recruitment strategies. We welcome applications from recruitment professionals looking to return to the workforce on either a full or part-time basis.Your key day to day responsibilities will include:Building and executing digital advertising campaignsReview and screening of applicationsPhone interviews and shortlistingReference checks and background checksFacilitating skills and aptitude testingClient relationship managementIf you can grow a portfolio, a generous bonus structure enables you to increase your base salary by double figures. Couple this with the fact that you'll join a passionate team that enjoy a day off on their birthday, Friday night wines, monthly morning teas and a great company culture, what more could you want?We have newly renovated offices in Auckland's CBD and are expanding rapidly. This is a great role with opportunities to advance your career as we continue to grow.
The Selwyn Foundation
Due to our current Recruitment Manager going on maternity leave, we are seeking a talented and experienced Senior Recruitment Consultant on a fixed term maternity cover contract for approximately 14 months starting early September 2017!This is a defining career opportunity for an experienced Recruiter looking to take the next step in their career with leadership opportunity!The Selwyn Foundation is one of New Zealand's largest not-for-profit providers of services to the older generation. As part of our service offering we provide Integrated Villages catering for Independent Living and Residential Care (Rest Home, Hospital and secure Dementia). Our Villages are home to over 1400 residents and a lively work environment for over 400 staff. The Selwyn Foundation is an innovative charitable trust - take some time to view our website: www.selwynfoundation.org.nzReporting to the HR Manager this position will lead the implementation and delivery of a comprehensive, centralized recruitment service to all areas of The Selwyn Foundation. You will provide advice and support to our people leaders both at Group Office and at our Villages on the end-to-end recruitment and selection function.Primarily this position will be responsible for the successful recruitment of all staff to permanent, fixed-term and casual positions across the organization with the support of a Recruitment Consultant who will be a direct report.You will be accountable for the functional and operation Recruitment Service, driving and influencing hiring decisions whilst coaching managers on best practice, leading strategic initiatives, managing relationships with external agencies, monitoring compliance and reporting and being a member of the People & Performance Leadership Team. Other responsibilities include general administration, preparing and delivery of employment agreements, monthly KPI reporting and supporting the continuous improvement of recruitment strategies and processes.We are looking for a sourcing superstar who is energetic, motivated and passionate about finding the best candidates and providing exceptional service with the following;Minimum of 4 years recruitment experience ideally in an internal recruitment role.Working knowledge of leading recruitment strategies and best practice.Strong influencing and networking skillsExperience and working knowledge of psychometric assessment toolsHighly developed communication and interpersonal skillsLeadership experience is desirableStrong attention to detail, superior time management and ability to prioritise workloadHigh energy, enthusiasm and a team playerAn understanding of the New Zealand employment legislation as it relates to recruitmentQualification in human resources, business or related discipline (desirable)
Based in Grafton, this is a busy and varied full-time permanent role working Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week with flexibility around the working hours. You will also be required to travel to our different sites in Auckland, Waikato and Whangarei, so you must have a full clean NZ driver's license.This role represents a great opportunity to work in a professional, growing organisation and sector where you can make a material difference to the lives of others.If you think you have the skills, experience and attitude needed to excel in this role, APPLY NOW!
Wellington Water Limited
Exciting opportunity to come into an organisation at a pivotal time and make a meaningful impact!Are you looking for an opportunity to champion a positive health and safety culture across an organisation and suppliers? Do you understand the importance of influencing positive behaviour to achieve successful health and safety outcomes? Are you able to communicate health and safety in a way that inspires people to do the right thing? Then read on!People work at Wellington Water because they want to make a difference, and that means you will be helping to look after our most precious assets: water, human health and welfare, and the environment so our communities can prosper.Wellington Water knows that a values-driven organisation like ours supports being a trusted adviser to councils, and delivering great outcomes to customers. A positive health and safety culture is a key factor that contributes to our success. Over the last two years we have built up our health and safety programme; our systems and processes are sound, our people take health and safety seriously and our suppliers and contractors know they can rely on us to do the right thing when it comes to safety and wellbeing. Working with the Manager Health and Safety, you will help to take us even further, supporting a culture aligned with our new health and safety vision which is "People First - Every Time."As Health and Safety Advisor you will take a "Safety vs Emergency" approach. On a daily basis you might be coaching people to change habits of old; using your communication skills to work with stakeholders and suppliers; providing high quality health, safety and wellbeing advice where it is needed; or utilising your ability for analytics and reporting. You will work to engage across the organisation to develop and enhance Health, Safety and Wellbeing systems, policies, processes and procedures. In addition you will have the opportunity to conduct investigations.Your previous Health and Safety experience may have been in the public or private sector. Wherever you have come from you will bring with you a strong foundation of health and safety knowledge, specifically with regards to the new Health & Safety Act. You understand the need to work beyond compliance to achieve positive health and safety outcomes.Visit our website www.wellingtonwater.co.nz to read about the innovative things we get up to and see a video about working here. If you are passionate about Health and Safety and leading positive change then Apply Today. Applications close at 5pm on 28th August 2017.Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to commencing employment with Wellington Water.
HW Richardson Group Limited
Newly created role, Auckland OR Waikato locationTrue relationship building roleBring others along on the H & S journeyExcellent salary package including vehicle'Allied Concrete is part of HW Richardson Group of Companies and has an extensive network of manufacturing plants throughout New Zealand. Supported by an impressive fleet of trucks and an excellent reputation for service and technical expertise they have become the supplier of choice for many customers.Tap into your enthusiasm and passion for health and safety in this pivotal role. Your organisational skills will be key along with your ability to educate and influence team members who work in our offices as well as out in the field.You will be responsible for all aspects of health and safety encompassing systems, training, leadership support and mentoring for management, staff, contractors and suppliers in the prevention of workplace injuries, health and safety best practice, training, engagement and the management and related business risks compliance function.Your role will also include:Overseeing Allied Concrete's online health and safety software programmeManaging compliance activities e.g. inspections, audits, equipment testing requirementsProviding administrative supportSpending time "out in the field" engaging with workersProviding internal training to our staff membersLeading the charge towards better health and safety compliance through nurturing, mentoring and sound advice being given.Ideally you will come from a H & S background, but more important are your influencing, relationships management and stakeholder engagement skills, your personality, ability to lead from the front and by example.You understand the big picture but also have a hands on practical approach and apply that in developing documentation and processes that support our number one goal of getting everyone safe home every night. You are happy to assist wherever needed e.g. in things like health and safety committee meetings, risk assessments and incident investigations, can prioritise when things come out of left field and work effectively with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.We've got lots of change going on at the moment and value people who make a difference within our company. You will be recognised for your involvement in making our organisation safer, how you relate to your colleagues and the effectiveness of your problem solving.If this sounds like you, don't delay, apply now!
Talent Propeller New Zealand
Fast-paced, dynamic companyEntrepreneurial business growing quicklyManage a portfolio of existing clients as their dedicated Recruitment Business PartnerFull time or part time If you are tired of the old-school recruitment agency model, and want to work in a fresh, dynamic and entrepreneurial business that is arguably the fastest growing business in our category, we have an opportunity to join our team.Combing technology innovations with service and industry expertise, Talent Propeller partners with businesses to provide recruitment services from advertising campaign management, shortlisting to aptitude and skills testing and talent management. We are breaking down the traditional "recruitment agency" model and are growing quickly across New Zealand and Australia, with now 30 staff in our team. Our team enjoys a day off on their birthday, Friday night wines, monthly morning teas and a great company culture. We even have regular massages!Working alongside our Head of Division, you will partner with existing clients to provide hands on recruitment support. Our clients are varied as are the roles we manage, from government departments to SME's to big name corporates. You will support international as well as local clients in a RPO model with autonomy and responsibility.You need to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic and ever changing environment and want to work with a technology focused company. You will be passionate about delivering a great candidate experience and will be able to build your client's employment brand through advertising strategies and recruitment processes.You will need the ability to provide on-trend, real-world recruitment advice to your clients, as well as hands on operational support to provide a shortlist.Your key day to day responsibilities will include:Building and executing advertising campaignsReview and screening of applicationsPhone interviews and shortlistingReference checks and background checksFacilitating skills and aptitude testingClient relationship managementThis is a great role with opportunities to advance your career as we continue to grow. We will consider applicants wanting a full time or part time role.
Tegel Foods Limited
Tegel Foods is a fully integrated poultry producer and we are proud to have produced New Zealand's favourite chicken for more than 50 years.An exciting new opportunity has arisen at Tegel for a dynamic and energetic Training Manager based at our Henderson plant.The Training Manager will assist in identifying knowledge and skill gaps and either develop training material to bridge the learning gap or deliver existing training programmes and material.You will be well versed in using a range of learning platforms, and you will provide both practical and innovative and creative solutions to engage our employees.Under the guidance of the National Training Manager, you will facilitate training that effectively develops skills, increases knowledge and understanding of our current and future processes. The role is seen as critical in maintaining our current and evolving SOP and LMS (Learning Management System) to ensure our production, Health and Safety and Quality standards are met.Success in this role means using your previous training experience to effectively embed learning for adults with a broad range of learning needs.Alongside this, your knowledge of the NZQA framework and assessment processes, will enable you to manage the day to day requirements of the training system.You will have plenty of opportunity to be creative in the development of interactive and innovative training material using blended learning and a range of multimedia and software applications.Proven outstanding communication skills including the ability to develop strong working relationships are essential to this role.If you are a skilled and experienced facilitator, comfortable working with a range of learning solutions, who has a passion for growing and developing people, then we look forward to hearing from you. Please email your curriculum vitae to Amanda Clark, National Training Manager at Amanda.Clark@tegel.co.nz
Do you have more people skills than Oprah? Well, check under your chairs, you may find the ticket to being the next Head of People for JUCY!JUCY is on the hunt for an amazing new Head of People. This is a super exciting role, our people are everything at JUCY, so you will need a real passion to deliver awesome leadership and drive for employee engagement, retention and people development. This is definitely not a corporate environment - so put away that navy power suit - we love our vibrant brand and culture, and we are always asking ourselves "how much better can it be?"- and guess what, you could be the answer!As a member of the JUCY Senior Leadership Team, the Head of People will provide business-focused, strategic and operational HR advice and support, delivering on the JUCY strategy.You will be responsible for leading and coaching leaders in best practice health and safety, people management, employment relations, risk management and organisational change processes across JUCY Group. You will also be required to identify and promote new and innovative ways of working and empowering approaches to people engagement supporting the JUCY culture and values.We are looking for someone who has:A passion for people managementAwesome leadership skillsA minimum of 8-10 years' experience as an HR Generalist and/or Business PartnerA relevant tertiary qualification in Human Resources, Business or Organisational DevelopmentAn excellent understanding of Australian and US employment legislation and practices would be awesome, however this is not essential.Proven experience in leading cultural change and building a highly-engaged workforceSignificant experience in employment relations with a sound knowledge of employee relations theory, principles, policies and practicesExcellent knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, organisational planning, recruitment, organisation development, employee relations, health and safety, employee engagement and employee developmentAbility to build and maintain effective strategic relationships and partnerships at a senior levelExcellent influencing and negotiation skillsExcellent written and oral communication skillsRunning man skills, or know the lyrics to "can't touch this"Think this role sounds like you? Hit apply now!
Talent Propeller New Zealand
Ever felt the pressure of the sale? Or felt like your ability to suggest the right candidate was compromised by your responsibility to bring in the dollars? At Talent Propeller, we look at recruitment differently. Instead of following a traditional agency model, we help our clients help themselves.When they join us, they learn how to streamline their own recruitment processes with a combination of cutting-edge technology, tailored strategy and personalised, top-tier customer service.We don't believe that recruitment is a one-size-fits-all situation, so our clients are free to choose which tools they'd like and what level of involvement they want from us at any given time. There're no lock-in contracts and no placement fees - and crucially, we pride ourselves on being unbiased and transparent. Which means no reverse-marketing, no hidden financial agenda, and nothing at all getting between us and our best judgement.Guess what? Right now, we're looking for creative, intuitive individuals who share our vision.As a Recruiter, you're talented by definition. You already have communication and analytical skills beyond most people's wildest dreams. And you have an innate desire to solve problems, find solutions, and approach each challenge afresh with a brand new strategy.Whether or not you were working back in 1990, you'll no doubt be well aware that with a fleet of new technologies and a wealth of analytics at our disposal, recruitment today is a whole new ball game. So if you're tired of applying the same approach to each role, and hungry for more creativity and less bias, then great - please step right this way!We've already said that we do things a little differently. And we don't do anything by halves. So if you've got the passion, the energy and the ambition to continuously innovate and drive change in the recruitment sector, and if you share our commitment to giving clients exactly what they want … then you're going to love it.You'll also love the opportunity to progress and grow professionally with us. We're multi-national and constantly growing, so getting in now puts you in the driver's seat of your career.And you'll definitely enjoy our newly-built office in the heart of the city, team morning teas, wine and gourmet cheese every Friday and the full support of a passionate, motivated team.Simply register your interest below. We'll be in touch.