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The Human Resources Institute of New Zealand

Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ) is the professional body for those involved in Human Resource Management and the development of people.

HRINZ represents the interests of 3,400+ individual members who make up around 45% of the known New Zealand HR market. Read More

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OD leadership role



Date Posted

27 Feb 2012

Closing Date

5 Mar 2012


Nicola Campbell from The Treasury

Description of Organisation

Be part of a new of model in developing and delivering high quality HR to the Agencies at the heart of Executive government.
The State Services Commission, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and The Treasury are establishing a shared service in Human Resources, Finance, Information Technology and Information Management.
Hosted within the Treasury the HR team will provide both strategic and operational HR and organisational development to all three agencies. Shared services is a challenging and exciting new initiative for the three agencies and we need talented and high performing HR professionals in both permanent and fixed term positions to help us develop, implement and deliver successfully.
If you are someone who is adaptable and focused, bold and innovative, passionate and collaborative, then we want you as part of our CASS team.

Description of Position

If you are an experienced OD Manager with a great track record in organisational change and development, this new position could be for you. Working closely with the HR Advisory team the OD and Change team will play a key part in supporting change initiatives. In this role you will also support overall organisational performance through a range of projects, strategies and initiatives. Key areas of focus will include culture, leadership and talent management. The successful applicant will have leadership skills to not only lead a small team but to ensure engagement across HR and the business to deliver on challenging work programmes.
Key areas of accountability for the role include leading sustainable programmes of activity in organisation development, talent management, culture, capability, leadership and change.

Key Areas of Responsibility

People leadership
Organisation development
Change management
Talent management
Leadership development
External engagement

Technical Competencies

Relevant tertiary qualification in organisational development, organisational management, human resources, psychology or a related field
Management experience in the public sector, preferably at senior level
Experience in HR strategy development and deployment
Substantial skills in the application of organisational development, organisational performance at a senior level
Sound experience in strategic management of organisational change

Applicant must have a legal right to work in NZ



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