Executive Director, People and Culture

Location: Brisbane
Job Type: Permanent
Discipline: Human Resources, Talent & WHS
Reference: 1256943
Posted: 11 days ago
About The Organisation:   
Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC) is Queensland’s central financing authority and provides financial, risk management and advisory services for the State of QLD. With a statutory role to advance the financial interests and development of the State, QTC works in partnership with Queensland Treasury and its clients to solve complex commercial, policy and economic issues. This includes helping to deliver innovative, long-term solutions that contribute to the growth of Queensland’s economy.  
  
QTC has been recognised as one of Australia’s best places to work, winning multiple ‘Employer of Choice’ awards in recent years reflecting QTC’s dynamic culture, high levels of employee engagement and offerings including exceptional professional development and employee benefits. QTC is committed to protecting and advancing the financial interests of Queensland for future generations, and this is an exciting time to join the team and be a part of the future of QTC.  
                     
Values – Client focus | Team spirit | Excellence | Respect | Integrity 
  
About the role: 
As QTC embarks on a new and exciting organisational journey, the Executive Director, People and Culture will play the lead role in embedding the HR strategy across the organisation. This position will be a trusted partner to the QTC Executive Leadership team, Executive Directors, and Board, and will work to deliver on operational business priorities through a contemporary, robust, and fit for purpose people and culture strategy.  
  
Reporting to the Managing Director, Culture and Performance, and Company Secretary you will proactively lead the broader people and culture function including strategic human resources, organisational development and leadership, talent, business partnering, employee relations, HR analytics, performance, and health, safety and wellbeing. Partnering closely with the ELT and Board you will provide high level advice around governance and risk to inform decision making that will ensure organisational wide priorities are being supported.  
   
Key responsibilities include: 
  • Leading the end-to-end People and Culture function across the organisation.
  • Partnering closely with the QTC Executive Leadership Team and Board to provide strategic advice and guidance on all people matters.
  • Working to align QTC’s HR strategy with broader organisational objectives. 
  • Supporting annual cyclical processes across the organisation. 
  • Forming strong and trusted relationships with key leaders across QTC to help them achieve divisional outcomes. 
  • Providing business partnering to a number of QTC’s Divisions.
  • Representing the organisation on committees and forums internally and externally.
  • Engaging subject matter experts within your team to lead strategic HR initiatives.
  • Working to retain QTC’s position as an employer of choice within the market. 
About you: 
You will be an experienced strategic and operational HR leader with the ability to build and foster trusted and collaborative relationships. You will have previous experience partnering at the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and Board level, driving organisational development and culture programs, along with the ability to influence and support broader company priorities.  
  
Integrity, including upholding strong professional and ethical standards, will be at the core of everything you do as you work to align strategic HR objectives to the organisational strategy. Working within high-performance environments will be where you thrive as you lead by example to role model culture and leadership behaviours within organisations.  

You will have demonstrated ability in building and fostering high performing teams that positively contribute to broader organisational culture. Ideally, you will be Tertiary qualified in human resource management and/or organisational psychology or will have significant equivalent contribution. What is important is that you demonstrate strong partnering and stakeholder engagement skills with an ability to deliver results within the complex and fluid environments you have previously worked in. 
   
This is an exceptional opportunity to join a high-profile Queensland organisation in a key, influential Leadership role. 

For a strictly confidential discussion about this role, please contact
Liana Callaghan, Founding Director and Jessica O’Neill, Director - HR, Talent & WHS division at Troocoo on 0431132 206.

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