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People and Culture Capability Advisor

Employer:
Ara Institute of Canterbury
Job Category:
Education
City/Town:
Canterbury - Christchurch
Region:
Canterbury
Job Type:
Fixed Term Contract
Posted Date:
18-Sep-2019
Closing Date:
30-Sep-2019
File Attachment:
PAC Capability Advisor rf 802 pos 3664.pdf (PDF, 287KB)
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Job Description

People and Culture Capability Advisor

Madras Campus

Fulltime, Fixed term until December 2020

 

  • Lead, coordinate and deliver capability development
  • Employ agile learning approaches to support strategic priorities
  • Work in partnership with Leaders to grow our teams

The People and Culture team comprises People & Culture (HR) services (e.g. administration, HRIS), business partners and specialist functions including Employment Relations, Health and Safety, Health and Wellbeing, Employee Experience and Capability Development.  The mission of the Division is to partner with leaders to continually lift our employees' experience at work and build on our engaging culture so that individuals and the organisation can deliver outcomes beyond their expectations.

The Role

The purpose of this position is to work in partnership with colleagues to build ‘future-focused' people capability at Ara; lead, coordinate and facilitate the delivery of capability development enabling high performance in support of Ara's strategy.  You will partner with your People and Culture peers and leaders to ensure colleagues are highly engaged, professionally developed, future ready and confident in their roles. Our strategic priorities for capability are: 

  • Growing our cultural capability
  • Talent growth and leadership development
  • Implementing digital transformation
  • Enabling the improvement of teaching
  • Diversity and inclusion

Duties

  • Lead, advise, coordinate, support and facilitate high quality professional development and capability activity across the Organisational, Academic and Leadership capability domains
  • Work collaboratively with our Business Partners and leaders to identify needs and priorities and develop plans that improve capability, supporting Ara's strategic direction
  • Ensure the delivery of quality, timely, agile and effective development opportunities
  • Develop and provide capability metrics to evaluate activity and ensure growth and continuous improvement
  • Proactive identification, sourcing, design and development of systems, processes, tools and resources to support quality capability development and improvement at Ara

Skills/Experience

  • Formal qualification(s) in education, academic development or capability development – preferably to master's level
  • Knowledge and depth of experience in leading cutting-edge capability development strategy and activity
  • Expertise in working alongside Business Partners and leaders to support and influence capability assessment, planning, provision and impact evaluation
  • Extensive knowledge of capability development practices and application of technology in modern learning environments
  • Experience in employing, developing and delivering a full range of interventions to build people capability including experiential learning, e-learning, online tools, coaching and mentoring, influencing, capability assessment and impact evaluation
  • Experience employing quality improvement tools for teachers (e.g. teacher/peer observation) and supporting change in teaching practice

Benefits

Ara offers you excellent conditions of employment, and the rewards of working in a progressive education environment, which is responsive to the needs of students and employers.

To Apply

We accept applications via our online application system. For a job description and/or to apply online please visit http://www.ara.ac.nz/about-us/work-at-ara

If you have any queries in relation to the vacancy or application process, please contact the People and Culture team via PeopleandCulture@ara.ac.nz or 03 940 8623. Emailed applications will not be considered.

Internal candidate/s may be applying for this position.

Applications close – Sunday 22 September 2019

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