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General Manager Human Resources

Employer:
Department of Corrections
Job Category:
Chief executives & general managers
City/Town:
Wellington - Wellington
Region:
Wellington - Wairarapa
Job Type:
Ongoing - Full Time
Posted Date:
01-Nov-2019
Closing Date:
27-Nov-2019
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Job Description

Tikina te manuka kia tina - Take up the challenge and make a difference!

Ara Poutama Aotearoa, The Department of Corrections (Corrections), is one of New Zealand's largest government agencies. With a mandate to make New Zealand a safer place, the organisation works each week with 10,000 people in prisons, and 30,000 offenders in the community. With over 10,000 staff located across 151 sites, Corrections is committed to supporting offenders to address their offending and gain skills that can lead to a crime-free life.

Currently, Corrections is in the process of implementing its five-year strategy, Hōkai Rangi, which will see a significant transformation to the way Corrections serves its community. To assist in this implementation, they are seeking a new General Manager of Human Resources (GMHR).
Reporting the Deputy Chief Executive, Corporate Services, and in partnership with the Chief Executive and ELT, the GMHR will develop and lead the people and culture strategy across Corrections, ensuring that the support, development and enablement of its people are practically expressed as a key organisational priority. They will lead in an environment where all facets of HR operations will be reviewed through the lens of Hōkai Rangi. As such, the GMHR has the mandate to think differently and creatively about how to utilise HR in the service of Corrections' wider community.

Preferred candidates will have experience in strategic human resources and organisational development, with a background in leading large teams to implement values-led change. Stakeholder engagement is vital: the appointee will be a credible, passionate and empathetic leader, able to influence and partner with stakeholders from all walks of life. A background in public sector leadership is not a requirement for appointment.

For those seeking an exciting opportunity to deliver meaningful strategic change, this role represents a compelling next career step.

APPLY NOW:
To apply in strict confidence now, click 'Apply for this job' or email your cover letter and CV to cvakl@sheffield.co.nz quoting 136708sk.

Applications close on 27 Nov 2019.

Emails will be electronically acknowledged and further correspondence may be by email.

For more information please phone Katy Anquetil on +64 27 512 8193 or Nicholas Buck on +64 27 474 5366.

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