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Human Resources Director - 2 year Fixed Term

The Gisborne District Council is seeking to appoint a fixed term Human Resources Director. The key focus of this position is to transition the current Human Resources function and drive organisational development through excellence in human resource management.

The ideal candidate will have strong human resource leadership and management experience, have the ability to lead and motivate teams to enable them to achieve positive people management solutions, outstanding interpersonal skills, a strong working knowledge of performance, and current and future trends in human resource management.

Reporting to the Chief Executive, the Human Resources Director will have a key role in the overall performance, capability and strategic development of the Gisborne District Council. As a trusted Advisor, you will have a clear vision and commitment to this role and have the experience to introduce new concepts and initiatives by ensuring that the design, development and implementation of best practice in human resources is
a priority.

The breadth of responsibility will be to ensure the effectiveness of operational and strategic human resources practices, by providing sound advice and guidance to the Management team, leading an HR strategy that supports the Council in meeting its objectives and have an understanding of the nature and challenges facing the local government sector.

A pre-requisite is a relevant tertiary qualification.

Contact Judy Campbell for further information.

We prefer that you apply online at Alternatively submit your application form, CV and a covering letter to: or post to Gisborne District Council, "Personal and Confidential", Human Resources Unit,
PO Box 747, Gisborne.
Closes 5pm Monday 28 January 2013

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