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Manager of Workplace Culture and People

Christian Agricultural Business  

Darling Downs QLD
Remote / WFH?
Applications Close
07 April 2023
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Name: Katrina Hobbs
Role: Managing Director
Email: click to email
Phone: 0407 736 299

Manager of Workplace Culture and People

  • Christian Agricultural Business based in Darling Downs, QLD
  • Permanent, Full Time Position.

Do you have a heart for people?
Do you believe your ministry is in the marketplace?
Do you have a passion for seeing people reach their full potential?
Are you self-motivated and are you able to encourage others to achieve?
Do you have proven people management skills?

Then apply today!

An exciting opportunity exists to develop a role in a progressive business owned by a Christian Family that recognises that operating a business is a God given calling and gifting.  The role will be one of providing support, encouragement, good systems and have a significant focus on people and culture.  The successful applicant will bring a positive, proactive attitude, have an eye for process and detail but will be a "people person".

If you have either Pastoral or Human Resources experience and qualifications, this would be a great chance to expand on these skills with a new challenge in the workplace in a multifaceted/multilocation organisation.   

Success in this varied and exciting role will look like:

  • You will thrive as our People and Culture Manager if you have a heart for people and seeing them achieve and better themselves.
  • It is imperative that you act with integrity, displaying a high level of discretion and confidentiality.
  • The ability to demonstrate sound communication skills including sound public speaking ability.
  • The ability to display initiative, problem-solve and prioritise work needs will be pivotal to success in this role. 
  • Becoming a trusted People & Culture manager will include the need to support supervisors and managers with accurate and timely support/advice including administration on a diverse range of relevant people and HR topics across the employee life cycle whilst maintaining HR practices that comply with legislative requirements.
  • Assisting managers on recruitment matters; supporting recruitment, selection and induction of employees.
  • Foster and develop the safety culture including adherence to workplace WHS policies and procedures and current legislation, as well as assisting in the management of WHS policies and procedures including their currency and effectiveness.
  • Being a key contributor to a culture of engagement, collaboration and high performance.
  • Committed to operational excellence and training and supporting others to reach this objective.
  • Possessing an attention for detail and an ability to drive People and Culture improvements.
  • Self-motivation and an ability to think outside the box.
  • An attitude of continuous improvement with the ability to see the bigger picture, solving issues and making things happen.
  • Involved with evaluation and feedback processes and supporting professional development and self-improvement objectives of team members.


The Position:

You will play a key part in developing and coordinating initiatives that enhance a positive workplace culture, encouraging individual employees to develop, grow and even to take on new opportunities of self-development and training.   The role will have a significant focus on building workforce capacity and resilience and work ethic amongst the team.  

  • Supporting and developing good systems, policies, and procedures.
  • Being an intentional, positive and encouraging influence upon the workplace.
  • Managing and supporting apprenticeships, traineeship programs and work experience.
  • Supporting sick or injured workers and supporting their return to work.
  • Organising staff training programs and other organisational workforce programs.
  • Demonstrated, good understanding of the key functions of human resource management functions.
  • Involvement with recruitment, selection, induction, WHS, training and record keeping.


Why should you apply?

This is a rewarding and interesting role that will make a positive impact on current and future employees within the family group of companies.  You will enjoy the autonomy to develop the role using your pastoral / human resources knowledge and experience, as well as being part of a friendly and professional team who are dedicated to service excellence and continuous improvement.  



For more information or to apply, contact: Katrina Hobbs, Managing Director on

0407 736 299 OR .

Applications by close of business:  7th April 2023


Important disclaimer: CMA does not represent the organisations who place these listings, we do not guarantee that they are licensed or authorised to offer the positions, and we encourage readers to make their own inquiries to satisfy themselves that all is in order.
Christian Ministry Advancement Ltd. is a registered charity, incorporating the ministry of Christian Management Australia, CMA Standards Council, and Q4Connection. ABN 63 157 713 534
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