Human Resources Coordinator – Manningham Council

Job Title: Human Resources Coordinator – Manningham Council
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Melbourne
Salary: To be discussed
Start Date: 2019-10-26
Reference: JO-1910-98101
Contact Name: Paris Plompen
Contact Email:
Job Published: October 28, 2019 09:34

Job Description

  • Deliver human resources and safety outcomes
  • Partner with the business and influence change that benefits Manningham Council
  • Develop strategies that build a workforce for the future
About Manningham
Manningham Council are a values based organisation delivering 100 different services to their vibrant and diverse community. With the opportunity to work for an organisation embracing new technology; improving their customers’ experiences and a working environment where your ideas are heard and your achievements acknowledged, now is an exciting time to work at Manningham Council.
What will you do?
Reporting to the Group Manager People and Communications, the Human Resources Generalist Lead is critical role for Manningham Council, charged with developing strategies and an operational roadmap to bring safety and HR together and then working with the team and the broader organisation to embed it. Furthermore you will enhance the HR Business Partnering function across Manningham and entrench this as a valued function.
Who are you?
You are a contemporary leader with proven experience and credibility as a HR generalist. You demonstrate strategic foresight and the ability to identify priorities and opportunities for improvements and then set the strategies (with the Group Manager) and oversee the implementation of these. You are an outstanding people leader with success in empowering and developing high performance. Furthermore, you have proven credibility in your ability to build, influence and maintain collaborative relationships with your stakeholder groups.
To apply for this role please email your resume (cover letter not required) to, quoting reference number JO-1910-98101 in the subject line of your email. For a confidential discussion, please contact Melanie Pecanek (03) 9929 9587 or Seamus Scanlon on (03) 9929 9589. For a copy of the PD, please email Paris Plompen at