The Senior Human Resources (HR) Consultant is responsible for the provision of advice and support to the Local Ambulance Service Network (LASN) in relation to a broad range of contemporary HR management issues, activities and processes; contributing to the effective management and development of the LASN workforce.
The role provides a high level of support to the LASN accountable manager in delivering organisational reform outcomes and ensuring that local LASN HR practices are conducted in accordance with relevant legislation and QAS policy; contributing to the overall future direction of the QAS and ensuring quality, timely and appropriate pre-hospital care and transport services are provided to the Queensland community within the LASN.
**Applications limited to current Queensland Government employees only**
The following mandatory requirements, special conditions and/or other requirements apply to this role:
The incumbent may be required to travel on official business and the possession of a C class driver’s licence may be required.
Whilst not mandatory, possession of tertiary or postgraduate qualifications in human resource management or another relevant discipline will be highly regarded.
We are seeking applicants who, within the context of the role responsibilities, possess the following key attributes:
Proven effective capabilities in managing and delivering contemporary, best practice human resource and workplace health and safety services, including the ability to provide high level advice and expertise to management in order to achieve human resource and workplace health and safety performance excellence.
Demonstrated comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework governing human resource management, workplace health and safety and workers’ compensation in Queensland, and the ability to apply that knowledge in a public sector workplace. Proven success in the development and implementation of practical, efficient and effective governance arrangements in respect to a wide range of human resource and workplace health and safety functions.
Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal, consultation, negotiation and collaboration skills and the proven ability to build and maintain productive relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders. Highly developed conceptual, analytical and problem solving skills including a demonstrated ability to generate and interpret performance data to drive performance improvement.
Demonstrated commitment to implement practices which promote a fair and ethical workplace, employment equity, cultural diversity and occupational health and safety.
Applications to remain current for 12 months.