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- HR Director
About our client In the APAC region, PHI was established in 2017 when they acquired HNZ New Zealand Limited (HNZ). The combination of PHI's global footprint and a reputation for excellence in safe, efficient, quality service has enabled them to grow and provide exemplary service to their customers. PHI are leaders in high quality helicopter services who support a range of international businesses across Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Ghana, Cyprus and Saudi Arabia. Their people are technical experts, taking on some of the most challenging assignments in aviation to deliver high quality support for oil and gas exploration and production, marine pilot transfers, and search and rescue (SAR) operations. PHI have an unwavering commitment to safety, above all else. They are leading the helicopter industry in their work to understand the human dimension of safety as they are continually improving their Safety Management System to new levels. Every single flight taken is guided by their core values of Safety, Quality, Efficiency and Customer Service. Each year they go on 20,000 incredible journeys that take them across vast open seas and ever-changing desert plateaus to safely deliver their clients to their places of work and back home again. PHI fly because they love to, and they are proud to be a global leader in helicopter transportation. About the role The Human Resources Director is an integral part of the Senior Leadership team responsible for the development and control of all functions and strategies for human resources, industrial relations and people performance to be aligned with the Company vision and strategic objectives. As the HR Director, you will instill the core values that continue to define the company culture and guide daily interaction and decision making. Each employee has a personal responsibility to recognise the behaviours that support these principles and put them into daily practice. Your role will involve reviewing and implementing strategic objectives for people in line with the organisation's strategy as well as assisting in developing appropriate organisational structures and provide support for the resulting change management process. With the newly created APAC Head Office now in Perth, the HR Director will ensure all HR Policies and Processes are legally compliant in all jurisdictions and followed and utilised throughout PHI. Within Employee Relations, you will be providing advice and support on all ER/IR matters and ensure that PHI complies with employment related legislation. A huge part of the role is Industrial Relations, and you will be developing and updating a sound organisation wide industrial relations strategy, along with leading and managing collective / enterprise bargaining employment negotiation processes. As part of Employee Capability; designing, developing, and executing best-practice initiatives for core human resources policies and programs, including succession and career planning, performance appraisals, recruitment, onboarding and employee retention is a major role requirement. Systems management is a high priority meaning you will manage the development and maintenance of the HRIS and the HR related data available on SharePoint. This also includes ensuring HR policies and process are placed on the intranet for easy access for managers and staff. You will also be a "people person" who will proactively identify other people related areas where PHI could improve and enhance their performance. This includes overseeing and providing strong mentorship to a team of human resources professionals through effective training, coaching and team building. About you You will already be an experienced and accomplished HR Director. You will have a Tertiary qualification in HR or another related field, and be a Generalist HR professional across all or most facets of business, primarily with commercial acumen. You will have a sound knowledge of best practice in HR, bringing both strategic and tactical experience to the table. Your ability to get into the hearts and minds of people will be your forte. You will also have a track record and a strength in Industrial Relations strategy and conducting negotiations. Equally you will have a broad knowledge and experience in employment law, compensation, organisational planning, organisation development, employee relations, safety, and training and development. What's on offer An outstanding base salary and package, coupled with significant future personal and professional development. This is an exclusive and retained assignment being handled by Oceans Group. All direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to Oceans Group for consideration.