Project specialist - People and culture

Are you a driven people and culture professional looking for your next exciting career step?  Have you got proven experience leading and influencing change?

We are looking for a project specialist to join our national people and culture team based in Auckland.  You will be a key member of our team helping us to bring together talented, diverse and collaborative people, nurture a culture that brings out the best in them, and work together with the firm to bring about successful results for our clients and Aotearoa.  You will be leading (and supporting where appropriate) our planning and implementation of some major and exciting projects.  You'll be in in close contact with our stakeholders - creating buy-in and interest, presenting findings, developing metrics and sharing these results back into the firm.

By working in this team, you will have true opportunity to add value.  Our team is busy, motivated, making impact and well-respected across the organisation – we need to keep building on this and this role is an important part of doing that.

What matters to us

We value people who bring a different perspective, who are passionate, curious and innovative.  To be successful in this role, you would also ideally have:

  • Proven experience in delivering on people and culture projects and leading and influencing change
  • Ability to coach, mentor and utilise effectively within the team
  • Strong communication skills – having the ability to convey sometimes tricky ideas to a broad range of people
  • Preference to thrive in a collaborative and supportive team who work together effortlessly
  • Inclusive and approachable working style.
What we offer

A career with us gives you the opportunity to work alongside some of New Zealand's leading talent to shape the future of business in NZ.  We offer a range of benefits, wellbeing, community, and flexible working initiatives, enabling you to be the best you can be:

  • An extensive professional development programme (courses, seminars, CPD and more)
  • A range of leave benefits (parental, study, long service leave, and a Buddle Findlay day)
  • Flexible working practices
  • Regular social, sports and wellness events, charity initiatives, and opportunities to join various committees within the firm (eg diversity and inclusion committee, environment committee)
  • Competitive salary, health insurance benefits and an employee assistance programme.
Apply

Harri (Talent Attraction Specialist from our people and culture team) is keen to talk with anyone interested in this opportunity – reach out to him for a confidential conversation at 09 363 0607 or at harrison.deiongh@buddlefindlay.com or connect with him on LinkedIn.

We look forward to you joining our team and being part of our success.

Together we grow, Ka tipu tahi tatau.