Level: Level 5- 6 depending on skill level Total Remuneration: Superannuation and concessional salary sacrifice/FBT arrangements Other Benefits: Generous salary packaging and six weeks’ annual leave Location: Darwin or Alice Springs
The People and Culture Project Officer is part of a team that partners with key stakeholders to support development and implementation of People and Culture RAP change and engagement activity across the business. This role supports the People and Culture Manager and Business Partner, working with key internal stakeholders to support the development and implementation of opportunities for improvement and change with particular focus on deliverables within the NTPHN Reconciliation Action Plan and Cultural Respect Framework. Additionally, this role will focus on Cultural Awareness training across to build Cross-Cultural capacity. NORTHERN TERRITORY PHN Our Vision: People in the Northern Territory enjoy their best health and wellbeing. Our Purpose: Build local partnerships and direct resources towards an integrated, high quality primary health care system. CORPORATE STRUCTURE Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) with its membership including the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT), the Northern Territory Government Department of Health and the Health Providers Alliance Northern Territory. Among other things, NT PHN is focused on improving the patient journey and coordination of care between the hospital and primary health care systems and between the broad range of practitioners within the primary health care domain. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES NT PHN is committed to achieving our vision and purpose through delivery of the following key strategic objectives: • To empower people to take control of their own health and wellbeing. • Address health equity by identifying those with the greatest health needs and improving access to primary health care. • Enable providers to deliver quality health care. • Lead primary health care system integration through effective partnerships. Our strategic objectives are underpinned by corporate governance, an engaged and aligned workforce and stakeholder engagement. More information about NT PHN and our strategic goals and objectives are located at ntphn.org.au COMMITMENT TO RECONCILIATION NT PHN is committed to undertaking all work within a culturally inclusive, sensitive and safe framework that supports Reconciliation. The NT PHN Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan shows our commitment and dedication to embedding reconciliation initiatives into business and our everyday work.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Reporting to the People and Culture Manager, the role is accountable for; • In consultation with the People and Culture Manager, support NT PHN’s human resources function in accordance with best practice, policies, and legislation. • Leading a range of RAP organisational, human resource projects using contemporary project management methodology and in a context of continuous improvement. • Prepare RAP related communications in relation to People and Culture initiatives. • Developing and maintaining human resources and workplace health and safety policies, procedures and associated tools. • Analysing and providing considered and accurate advice regarding complex workplace matters including the importance of cultural sensitivity and confidentiality. • Working collaboratively and effectively with senior management and all internal staff and contributing to NT PHN’s continued development and continuous improvement in relation to People and Cultures RAP deliverables. • Working within a high performing team to ensure effective customer service and partnership with stakeholders. • Other duties as may be required, relevant to the skills and level of the role. • Identify and report/ resolve known, new and emerging risks to support risk control and compliance obligations, in line with NT PHN’s risk management policy, framework and procedures. • Develop strategies, policies and plans and implements risk mitigation actions where required • Compliance with work health and safety act and regulations, ensuring all work is carried out to meet work health and safety objectives and targets to eliminate risk of injury and illness for themselves and others; and adopting and maintaining safe working practices in accordance with procedures, policy and workplace instructions. • Represent the knowledgeable, effective, and professional image of NT PHN in line with organisational values and behaviours. KEY REQUIREMENTS Essential • This role is designated as Indigenous Identified, under s.25 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (Qld), it is a genuine occupational requirement for the incumbent to be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person. • Demonstrated experience in delivery of organizational change or human resource related projects and programs. • Excellent organisational skills and ability to manage projects to achieve contemporary, fit for purpose, innovative and timely outputs. • Well-developed analytical and problem-solving skills and the capacity to work under pressure, prioritising and completing critical tasks accurately and within required timeframes. • Demonstrated comprehensive generalist human resources experience including strong working knowledge of industrial and workplace legislation and procedures. • Superior ability to effectively communicate in a personable and professional manner with a range of customers, both internal and external and to maintain confidentiality as required. • Proven ability to coach and partner with stakeholders to resolve issues and bring about change. • Tertiary qualifications (or working towards) in Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviours or Change Management. Personal attributes • Excellent engagement skills with a proven ability to build collaborative relationships with a wide range of internal and external clients, partners and stakeholders. • Experience working in an environment requiring cultural sensitivity. • Personal qualities of energy, initiative, commitment to teamwork and collaboration and respect for others. • Demonstrates relationship orientation, deliver a high-quality service to stakeholders, with an awareness of the commercial impact of decisions. • Demonstrates responsiveness and accountability, taking necessary actions and decisions to meet objectives. • Demonstrates judgment, to make sound decisions based on business needs, taking action to ensure results meet organisational expectations and measures. • Takes an adaptive approach to innovation, looking for ways to continuously improve. • Strategic thinking, to find and develop opportunities to create value across the organisation and also the best way to achieve this. • Personal accountability and proactive approach to work health and safety, specifically taking responsibility for the health and safety of self and others.
Generous salary packaging and six weeks’ annual leave plus superannuation and concessional salary sacrifice/FBT arrangements.
Darwin or Alice Springs, NT.