Engagement & Culture Advisor

About the Role

Culture and Engagement Advisors design, implement and evaluate programs and initiatives to shape organisational culture, ensuring the business is able to attract, engage, advance and retain a diverse and passionate workforce. They create and analyse employee engagement surveys, listening to staff and identifying key areas for strategic development.

Culture and Engagement Advisors work with senior leaders to develop and oversee rewards and recognition programs, as well as designing and implementing employee wellbeing strategies. They identify and manage best practices in employee communications, sharing compelling stories, providing innovative content to connect employees to the organisations values, culture and brand.

Culture and Engagement Advisors build trust and strong working relationships across the business, with a deep understanding of employee relationships, people management and training.

Key Industries for employment opportunities are: Government, Consulting, Media, Information Technology, Energy, Mining & Resources, Not for Profit.

Salary Expectation: $92,000 – $122,000

Qualifications, Training, Licenses

Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, Psychology, or a related field.

Knowledge & Capabilities

Experience in designing and developing engagement and culture approaches.

Coaching, advising and training employees.

Ability to interpret and provide advice on legislation and policies.

Advanced written and oral communication skills.

Managing multiple strategic initiatives, gaining positive results and reporting on these.

Excellent organisational skills with ability to prioritise.

Exceptional leadership skills, planning and project management skills.

Strong ability in using MS Office and HR databases and systems.

World Capabilities

Change Engager

Customer Centric

World Citizen

Collaborative Connector

Pathway - Formal

Bachelor of Human Resource Management, or related field such as: Bachelor of Business; Bachelor of Psychology; Bachelor of Social Science.