Regional HR Partner

QBE


Our business, our culture

QBE Insurance Group is one of the world's top 20 general insurance and reinsurance companies, with operations in all the key insurance markets. QBE is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and is headquartered in Sydney. We employ more than 12,000 people in 31 countries.

A new and unique part-time opportunity of Regional HR Partner has become available within QBE’s Australia-Pacific operations. Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, this role will contribute to the success of QBE through the provision of local HR support and advice for site leaders and employees alike.

With demonstrated knowledge and experience in building and fostering strong and collaborative relationships with key executive stakeholders, you will be given a fantastic opportunity to drive culture and engagement initiatives, drive the uplift of leadership capability and driving a diverse range of exciting business initiatives at a local level, supporting the success of the broader function and organisation.

Working at QBE, we recognise the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and support a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better family/life/work balance.

We offer you a dynamic workplace culture, one that values and leverages the unique ideas, capabilities and experiences you bring irrespective of where you are in the world. We believe this strengthens our ability to deliver on our business goals, particularly as it relates to innovation, growth and our focus on customers.

The opportunity

  • Contribute as a member of both the HR Business Partnering and site leadership teams to plan and implement a wide range of HR programs and initiatives, including those focused on talent management, engagement, culture change, leadership capability, diversity and process improvement
  • Be a trusted advisor on people and culture within the region, and providing key local insights to assist with future strategic initiatives and support
  • Build and maintain key relationships with local leaders, HR Business Partners, Centres of Excellence, and regional employees
  • Influence and drive a positive culture and employee experience for the region
  • Provide education and guidance around the HR service model
  • Manage the delivery of HR programs of work, including talent programs, annual merit reviews, and employee surveys
  • Deliver day-to-day transactional support to the business, including project coordination

What does success look like?

  • Extensive experience in a dedicated senior HR Business Partner or broad generalist role within a large, complex and fast-paced commercial environment, including multi-site and sales environments
  • Demonstrated experience in business partnering at an executive level across complex business structures
  • Strong resilience and the ability to prioritise different needs in a matrix organisation structure
  • Demonstrated project management, planning and organisational skills
  • Superior stakeholder management skills, including the ability to gain influence across all organisational levels
  • Strong working knowledge of best practice and market trends in organisational development, talent, learning and development, reward and recognition
  • Strong analytical skills, and the ability to translate data into actionable insights
  • Demonstrated experience in driving cultural and behavioural change
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, including Business, HR, Learning and Development or Organisational Development

What’s in it for you?

At QBE, you will be provided with a competitive salary package and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning.

We offer a range of benefits and discounts including:

  • Paid shared leave (inclusive of paid superannuation during this time);
  • Secondment opportunities;
  • Employee assistance programme;
  • Paid volunteer leave;
  • Purchased leave;
  • Product discounts.

QBE recognises the value of diversity in the workplace and supports a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better family/life/work balance.

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. If you are a QBE employee, please inform your Manager before applying.

For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details.

Number of Openings:

1

How to Apply:

To submit your application, click "Apply" and follow the step by step process.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

QBE is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates.

QBE


Our business, our culture

QBE Insurance Group is one of the world's top 20 general insurance and reinsurance companies, with operations in all the key insurance markets. QBE is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and is headquartered in Sydney. We employ more than 12,000 people in 31 countries.

A new and unique part-time opportunity of Regional HR Partner has become available within QBE’s Australia-Pacific operations. Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, this role will contribute to the success of QBE through the provision of local HR support and advice for site leaders and employees alike.

With demonstrated knowledge and experience in building and fostering strong and collaborative relationships with key executive stakeholders, you will be given a fantastic opportunity to drive culture and engagement initiatives, drive the uplift of leadership capability and driving a diverse range of exciting business initiatives at a local level, supporting the success of the broader function and organisation.

Working at QBE, we recognise the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and support a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better family/life/work balance.

We offer you a dynamic workplace culture, one that values and leverages the unique ideas, capabilities and experiences you bring irrespective of where you are in the world. We believe this strengthens our ability to deliver on our business goals, particularly as it relates to innovation, growth and our focus on customers.

The opportunity

  • Contribute as a member of both the HR Business Partnering and site leadership teams to plan and implement a wide range of HR programs and initiatives, including those focused on talent management, engagement, culture change, leadership capability, diversity and process improvement
  • Be a trusted advisor on people and culture within the region, and providing key local insights to assist with future strategic initiatives and support
  • Build and maintain key relationships with local leaders, HR Business Partners, Centres of Excellence, and regional employees
  • Influence and drive a positive culture and employee experience for the region
  • Provide education and guidance around the HR service model
  • Manage the delivery of HR programs of work, including talent programs, annual merit reviews, and employee surveys
  • Deliver day-to-day transactional support to the business, including project coordination

What does success look like?

  • Extensive experience in a dedicated senior HR Business Partner or broad generalist role within a large, complex and fast-paced commercial environment, including multi-site and sales environments
  • Demonstrated experience in business partnering at an executive level across complex business structures
  • Strong resilience and the ability to prioritise different needs in a matrix organisation structure
  • Demonstrated project management, planning and organisational skills
  • Superior stakeholder management skills, including the ability to gain influence across all organisational levels
  • Strong working knowledge of best practice and market trends in organisational development, talent, learning and development, reward and recognition
  • Strong analytical skills, and the ability to translate data into actionable insights
  • Demonstrated experience in driving cultural and behavioural change
  • Relevant tertiary qualifications, including Business, HR, Learning and Development or Organisational Development

What’s in it for you?

At QBE, you will be provided with a competitive salary package and benefits, in an environment that offers support, and encourages career development and learning.

We offer a range of benefits and discounts including:

  • Paid shared leave (inclusive of paid superannuation during this time);
  • Secondment opportunities;
  • Employee assistance programme;
  • Paid volunteer leave;
  • Purchased leave;
  • Product discounts.

QBE recognises the value of diversity in the workplace and supports a range of flexible work arrangements to promote a better family/life/work balance.

Applicants will be required to provide evidence of their eligibility to work in Australia, and at a minimum be required to undertake police and basic credit checks as a condition of employment. If you are a QBE employee, please inform your Manager before applying.

For more information, click the APPLY button to submit your details.

Number of Openings:

1

How to Apply:

To submit your application, click "Apply" and follow the step by step process.

Equal Employment Opportunity:

QBE is an equal opportunity employer and is required to comply with equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction it operates.

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