G4S is the world’s leading global, integrated security company specialising in the delivery of security and related services to customers across Australia and New Zealand. As a service business, people are at the heart of their business. The values and standards G4S set for themselves are reflected in the culture of the organization and their everyday behaviours – they provide a guide for each member of the G4S team. The vision of G4S is to be a high performing integrated security company working in partnership with their customers to create safer communities. To achieve this, they pledge to focus on their core values and deliver on their strategic priorities.
This is a key role in contributing to the delivery of the objectives of G4S’s Reconciliation Action Plan, leading and managing business development activities for First Nations Employment, Supplier and Education programs. Reporting to the Director, Human Resources and Safety, the position will work across the business, forming strong working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to enable the organisation to attract, retain and develop First Nations Islander talent and partnerships. This role also has responsibility for advising, coaching, and developing managers, leaders and staff on talent acquisition and building internal capability. It will also monitor, review, and help to improve and promote diversity and inclusion, and specific First Nation programs. Key Responsibilities: • Lead and manage business development activities for First Nations Employment and Education programs • Lead and manage First Nations programs strategy, development, and business planning. • Lead and manage Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. Key objectives: • Provide strategic and operational advice which is formed around contemporary Talent Acquisition practices • Work in partnership with senior management teams to identify and plan strategic and talent acquisition objectives • Contribute to the development of Talent acquisition strategies and projects and their effective alignment with the objectives of the business • Coaching and up-skilling of managers in talent acquisition
The position has been identified as a First Nations position in accordance with the provisions of Section 14a of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977. Only people who identify as having First Nations heritage are eligible to apply for this position. To be successful in this role you will have: Experience: 1. Demonstrated extensive experience in a role leading employment and/or education programs 2. Demonstrated extensive experience working collaboratively within a matrixed organisation with cross functional business groups and programs 3. Experience and knowledge of First Nations Education and Employment programs and services 4. A track record in setting and achieving business targets with a commitment to quality customer service 5. Demonstrated experience in leading RAP, D&I or other HR strategies through to successful implementation and monitoring 6. Experience engaging with First Nations community and organisations and extensive networks and community connections. Skills and Abilities: 7. Excellent interpersonal and stakeholder engagement skills 8. Excellent verbal skills, public speaking and presentation capabilities 9. Capacity to envision, articulate and operationalise strategy and plans 10. Proven organisational skills, ability to multi-task, prioritise workloads and meet deadlines and targets.
• An on-going senior appointment • An attractive base salary of $120,000 plus 9.5% super • $10k car allowance • $12k at-risk bonus • A supportive learning environment • Flexible working conditions
The role is Melbourne based. How to apply: Applications should be submitted to [email protected] with the subject line “G4S – First Engagement Lead” Your application should include: o an up-to-date resume of no more than 5 pages which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role o a cover letter (maximum 4 pages) outlining your claims against the capabilities listed above (numbers 1-10). These should be clearly and specifically addressed. Applications must be received by midnight March 16, 2021. Late submissions will not be accepted. How to get more information: Additional information is available in the role description or by contacting the team at Pipeline Talent. Lesina Gibbs-Manuatu | Talent Acquisition Specialist, Pipeline Talent Email: [email protected] Ph: 0408 027 880 or 02 8001 6603