People & Culture Coordinator

Part time
Posted 3 weeks ago

About us

We help people understand the values and condition of South East Queensland’s environment so we can ensure the sustainable use of our natural environment long into the future. Healthy Land & Water works with community, industry, Traditional Owners, and government to deliver innovative and science-based solutions to challenges affecting our landscapes, waterways, and biodiversity.

We believe that maintaining healthy landscapes and waterways is not just important for wildlife and ecosystems. A healthy environment also supports a vibrant economy, strong livelihoods, great lifestyles and the happiness and wellbeing of the community. Through our work, we encourage people to examine and change their behaviours for the benefit of the natural world and for the people and places we love.

The opportunity

Reporting to the Principal – People & Culture, the People & Culture Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and administrating key people-related activities across the business, ensuring that employees fully utilise People & Culture processes and systems. The role is part-time (22.8hr per week) and optimises performance and engagement by supporting talent acquisition, onboarding, learning and development, diversity and inclusion, and projects. This position plays an important role in providing a service-orientated approach and is the first point of contact for all People & Culture queries and concerns.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting the delivery of talent acquisition and onboarding through preparation of recruitment briefs, position descriptions, and interview guides.
  • Providing communicating to candidates, communicating our EVP, updates, and outcomes, ensuring a quality candidate experience.
  • Preparing offers of employment and employee change paperwork and administering via DocuSign.
  • Coordinating onboarding and induction processes.
  • Maintaining People & Culture systems and records, ensuring all employee data is correct and confidential.
  • Updating the organisation chart via SharePoint and Employment Hero, ensuring correct reporting lines, titles, FTE, and notifying IT, facilities, or payroll of necessary changes.
  • Supporting data validation, administration, and analysis of employee engagement survey and L&D activities.
  • Building relationships and engaging across the business to build confidence and awareness as the first People & Culture point of contact for employees and managers.
  • Providing support to People & Culture projects and key people initiatives.

About you

Ideally, you will share our vision to support resilient regions and have a desire to connect through science and actions that will preserve and enhance our natural assets. You will be highly motivated and can work autonomously in agreed timeframes. To be successful in this role, you will have all or many of the following key attributes:

  • Relevant tertiary qualifications (or progress towards), ideally in human resources, business, or psychology.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong initiative and ability to apply sound judgement.
  • Ability to handle competing priorities and work autonomously with a high attention to detail.
  • Ideally, previous experience using Employment Hero or SharePoint.
  • Ideally, previous experience in administration or recruitment.

What we offer

We’re a diverse team of experts, who enjoy sharing knowledge and learning. We recognise and celebrate our employees and teams for affecting real and innovative change in our communities. We value integrity, collaboration, care, innovation, and courage. Some of our benefits include:

  • Flexible working arrangements.
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to support your mental health.
  • Novated leasing.
  • Annual professional development allowance.
  • Annual private health insurance reimbursement.
  • Annual wellbeing reimbursement.
  • Additional purchased leave.
  • Salary continuance insurance.

Healthy Land & Water is committed to our Reconciliation Action Plan, and we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to apply. Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait applicants will be highly regarded per affirmative measures under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975.

Applications close 13 May 2022. Please send your CV to