About UsLuther College is a faith-based coeducational secondary school located in the Melbourne suburb of Croydon Hills, just minutes from the picturesque Yarra Valley. Set on 30 acres, our lush, beautiful grounds together with an extensive range of modern facilities offers students the ideal place to learn, grow and achieve their personal best.Driving innovative, contemporary teaching and learning, our college is committed to providing rich, personalised learning experiences that encourage student agency and develop the essential knowledge, skills and attributes young people need to contribute confidently to community.Luther College is proud to offer a values-based, Lutheran educational service that promotes a culture of inclusivity and equal opportunity.An OpportunityLuther College seeks to appoint a talented human resource (HR) professional to fulfill the role of People and Culture Officer, providing HR support to the Director of People and Culture and assisting in delivering the college’s people strategy in a fast-paced environment. This an ongoing, full-time position where no two days are the same, commencing ASAP.The People and Culture Officer will work collaboratively with all members of the People and Culture team and Principal’s office, performing HR activities across the employee lifecycle, with a particular focus on the administration of recruitment, selection and onboarding, employment correspondence and payroll, data and records management, systems maintenance, employee compliance, performance appraisal, professional development and maintaining training records. In addition to these duties the People and Culture Officer will provide general employee and industrial relations advice and answer payroll queries under the guidance of the Director of People and Culture.This is an exciting opportunity to join a supportive team and environment in a role that provides plenty of variety and scope for growth and professional development.Hours of work are Monday to Thursday 8.15am – 4.30pm and Friday 8.15am – 4.00pm.About YouYou are an aspiring HR professional seeking the next step in your developing career. A strong communicator with great interpersonal skills, you are aware of your impact on all community members and intuitively adjust your style to meet cultural and stakeholder needs.You are recognised as an outstanding HR administrator and generalist with an exceptional eye for detail and a desire to learn through hands on experience. You are self-motivated and energetic by nature with an adaptive and flexible work style, demonstrating that you can prioritise work with ease in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. Your working knowledge of the Fair Work Act 2009 is developing, as is your ability to interpret and apply enterprise agreement and modern award frameworks.Ideally you hold an undergraduate qualification in business, HR or a related discipline, or are on your way to attaining the qualification.Benefits You Can ExpectOur people are the backbone of our enviable community and culture, and together produce high quality teaching and learning experiences for our students. We offer a range of general and role specific benefits in recognition of the ongoing valuable contributions our staff make. Examples include:An additional 5 days of gifted leave per year in addition to 4 weeks annual leaveEligibility to receive gifted leave in recognition of performanceFlexibility to work from home (on application) during the non-term weeks15 days personal carer’s leave per yearAccess to 14 weeks paid parental leave (some conditions apply)Fee relief for student tuition fees (some conditions apply)Approximately 5 days paid professional development per yearGenuine opportunities for growth and development through mentoring and professional developmentCoffee lover? Enjoy coffee prepared onsite by our friendly Baristas at heavily subsidised pricesThe Application ProcessPlease apply via the college employment webpage, addressing your application to Cara Haverkamp, Director of People and Culture, including the following information:A cover letter addressing the key selection criteria (please refer to the Position Description)ResumeReferencesEvidence of a current employer Working with Children Check (WWCC), which will need to be transferred to Luther College if successfully appointedEvidence of a current, satisfactory national police check (within 12 months of issue)Evidence of your right to work in Australia (copy of your passport or birth certificate)Applications close: Friday 30 September 2022.For recruitment and role enquiries, please contact the People and Culture Team on 9724 2085.The college reserves the right to make an appointment at any stage of the recruitment process, including prior to the closing date for applications. We thank you for your understanding.Applicants must be willing to support the college’s approach to excellence in Christian co-education.Our Commitment to Child SafetyAll students who attend Luther College have a right to feel and to be safe. The wellbeing and safety of all students in our care is our first priority and we have zero tolerance to child abuse. The college has a commitment to child safety and all staff will be responsible for understanding, applying and promoting the college’s commitment to child safety, and it’s related policies and procedures.Luther College requires all applicants to undergo a screening process prior to appointment and comply with the college’s Child Protection Program as a prerequisite condition of employment.Visit our website for more information and for a copy of our Child Safety and Wellbeing Policy and Child Safe Program – Child Safety Adult Code of Conduct (www.luther.vic.edu.au).P&C Officer Position Description 70000 AUD Croydon Hills 3136