Chief Human Resources Officer
The University of Queensland (UQ) ranks in the world’s top universities and helps shape the future by bringing together and developing leaders to inspire the next generation and to advance ideas that benefit the world.
UQ Human Resources is responsible for enabling achievement of the University’s strategic ambitions. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Human Resources Officer, leads the people strategy agenda for the University and develops and maintains a culture of continuous improvement. The Chief Human Resources Officer is accountable for all elements of HR planning and delivery, including policy, systems, capability, and reporting. To be successful in this role, you will require significant experience in leading a Human Resources function in a large and complex organisation. Your proven track record of leading transformational change should be coupled with your ability to effectively influence across an organisation. An in-depth understanding of relevant legislation and regulatory requirements and a demonstrated ability to proactively manage risk will be important. Your highly developed analytical, negotiation and conflict resolution skills, and outstanding interpersonal and communication capabilities, are essential.
If you are passionate about providing HR service excellence and have a proven track record of building and leading dynamic HR teams, then this significant leadership opportunity could be your next career move. For a confidential discussion, or to obtain a copy of the Candidate Information Booklet, please contact KPMG Executive Search and Selection’s Janine Fitzgerald on +61 7 3233 9640 or via email@example.com quoting reference number 10625.
Applications close on 25 August 2017.