Regional People and Culture Business Partner

Listed 18 days Ago
Te Pūkenga
HR/Staffing/Employment Agencies

Kaupapa | Purpose

At Te Pūkenga our People Culture and Wellbeing (PCW) team foster the development of values-based culture and aligned leadership. Through our mahi, our PCW strategy will ensure we have the people capability to deliver on our organisational strategy and charter commitments.

Together we create meaningful opportunities that enable kaimahi to be at their best both personally and professionally, so they gain in their own growth, as do we for our organisation and those we are here for.

Our team will build and support safe work and wellbeing practices, empowering values-based leadership that will naturally cultivate a safety culture and protection of kaimahi and ākonga from harm within our workplaces.

We have the opportunity for an experienced full-time people and culture business partner to join our rōhe-rua | region two people and culture team, based in the Bay of Plenty.

The Regional People and Culture Business Partner will:

  • Partner with leaders, provide senior people and culture expertise across all areas of people and culture. 
  • Work alongside leaders and kaimahi to elevate and develop talent, delivering people and culture solutions that improve both individual and organisation capability and performance.
  • Support and coach managers to navigate through change and dispute resolution management applying inclusivity, including facilitating resolutions.
  • Contribute and grow expertise through involvement in people and culture communities of practice and the development of national frameworks, policies and standards (cooperative and virtual teams).
  • Deliver and implement frameworks, policies, and standards as developed through communities of practice at the regional level. Provide insights, guidance, and advice to managers in the use of frameworks, policies, and standards.

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Be a seasoned people and culture partner with strong generalist experience spanning core human resource functions.
  • Have demonstrated capability in delivering pragmatic and values-based people solutions
  • Have experience supporting and advocating the inclusion and application of Te Tiriti o Waitangi and equity practices in a workplace setting.

More information on the specific requirements and expected deliverables for the Regional People and Culture Business Partner can be found in the position description.

Manawa Ora | Manawa Roa | Manawa Nui

At Te Pūkenga, our values inform our behaviours and the expectations of our leaders and kaimahi.  We are inclusive and authentic; embrace the concepts of mauri and mana; value progress over perfection; navigate ourselves and others through change and uncertainty; value lifelong learning and continuous improvement; and lead and support through coaching, developing and growing our Te Pūkenga people.

At Te Pūkenga we are committed to Te Tiriti o Waitangi, ākonga at the centre, equity, and vocational education and training excellence.  As Te Pūkenga kaimahi this role will require you to:

  • Continuously develop and uphold your understanding of our obligations to and connections with Te Tiriti o Waitangi as an individual and as an organisation.
  • Prioritise the experience, wellbeing, and success of our ākonga in decision making.
  • Through recognition, empowerment, and inclusion, give greater acknowledgement to the unmet needs of Māori, Pasifika and disabled ākonga and their whanau.
  • Meet the regional needs of employers and communities through quality provision for all ākonga.

Tono ināianei! | Apply now!

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We value diversity of thought, skills, and experience and we welcome applications from anyone.  If you would like to discuss this opportunity pleased contact