Oceania Football Confederation are looking to recruit an HR coordinator to join their team at their Auckland headquarters.
OFC is charged with the task of servicing and administering football in the Oceania region while also using the sport as a tool for social development.
The full-time role is based at OFC’s offices in Stonefields, Auckland.
The HR coordinator will be the onsite internal HR resource responsible for managing HR administration queries, driving HR projects and supporting HR activity in the business.
“As the key point of contact for anything HR, you will provide day-to-day support to employees as well as driving OFC’s program of work on employee engagement and effective onboarding,” OFC says.
- HR administration including employment agreements, letters of offer and all HR documentation.
- Providing end-to-end recruitment support including reviewing position descriptions, candidate screening, interview coordination, completion of pre-employment checks, onboarding and reviews.
- Tracking and collecting HR data for reports to ensure compliance and monitor trends.
- Supporting the legal and compliance department to review and update HR policies maintaining appropriate guidelines and procedures.
- Implementing and driving ongoing engagement activities and being actively involved in wellbeing support.
- Project support and management of HR projects as required.
Skills and experience
- The incumbent will ideally have an HR qualification or be studying towards this, plus;
- At least 2 years in an HR administration role.
- Experience developing employees and cultivating effective teams.
- The ability to work autonomously with exceptional attention to detail and time management skills.
- Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage culturally diverse stakeholder relationships.
- The ability to liaise at executive level and work under pressure.
How to apply
Applications need to apply online, with a cover letter and resume.
The cover letter should highlight specific qualifications and recent experiences relevant to the role and answer the following questions:
- Do you have the right to work in New Zealand?
- What is your expected base salary?
- What is your favourite part of working in HR?
- What do you like least about working in HR?