- $600 - 800 per day + super
- 12 month contract
- Sydney CBD
Work for a large NSW government organisation based in Sydney CBD as an Employee Relations Manager. This role will start working from home.
About the role
- Provide professional advice and support and coach leaders to foster collaborative workplace relations, enhance productivity, employee relations, understanding of industrial instruments and interpreting and meeting requirements identified under the Enterprise Agreement and addressing potential industrial relation requirements.
- Shape and implement Employee Relations frameworks and strategies aimed at enabling the workforce priorities and ensure high levels of engagement and a collaborative approach to issues resolution and change.
- Provide professional industrial relations advice on and input into policies, procedures and systems, and the development and implementation of initiatives to improve management practices across the organisation.
- Ensure the maintenance of appropriate records and represent Transport for NSW before appropriate Industrial Tribunals and other forums.
- Conduct high level negotiations dealing with important industrial matters including Enterprise Bargaining negotiations, promoting interest-based bargaining.
- Liaise with transport industrial organisations and Unions on matters relating to the development and implementation of new and amended policies, strategies or programs, ensuring the organisation responds to current and emerging industrial relations issues given the risks and public perception issues that have potential to arise.
- Provide impetus for change through the provision of data which supports both the purpose of the Transport Cluster, identifies trends and areas of opportunity and the development of customer and employee focused change strategies, programs and initiatives, as well as becoming a key driver of change.
- Demonstrate the five ways of leading behaviours to deliver organisational outcomes for our customers, our people and communities for the greater good.
- Tertiary qualified or relevant experience
- Proven high level strategic thinking, analytical and problem solving skills in an industrial environment.
- Comprehensive knowledge of the industrial relations discipline.
- Strong negotiation skills and proven ability to be innovative in resolving conflict.