This is an exciting opportunity for an innovative and experienced HR Advisor to join our team on a temporary, full-time basis until August 2023.
Based in West Perth, with regular travel to the beautiful South West, the HR Advisor will report to the Head of HR. The successful candidate will be leading the Australian HR team to support the business on all matters across the employee life cycle.
Little Green Pharma (LGP:ASX) is a leading global medicinal cannabis business with key production assets in Australia and Denmark (EU). To date, our success has been driven by our first-mover status – we were the first Australian producer and exporter of cannabis medicines – and our rapid, early entry into key global markets. Our operations are vertically integrated, extending from cultivation and production to manufacturing and distribution.
Our Little Green team is made up of ~130 employees across Australia, Denmark, Germany and the UK. We are driven by a strong belief that everybody deserves good health, and our goal is to provide targeted education and natural therapeutic solutions that transform the lives of patients globally. Since our first product launch in 2018, we have helped over 30,000 patients around the world and are leaders in advocating for increased accessibility of medicinal cannabis products.
- Guiding and coaching people leaders and employees across all elements of the employee life cycle
- Providing employees and people leaders with an available first point of contact for questions and guidance on fundamental people/HR topics and issues
- Driving our culture by role modelling and coaching employees and leaders on our values and defined leadership behaviours
- Ensuring rigour on HR operational tasks, incl. end-to-end employee life cycle, reporting, analytics, HR data management etc.
- Partnering with the Head of HR to execute business-specific HR strategies within given deadlines
- Developing training programs as needed to support the continuous professional development of employees
- Ensuring that all employee relations issues are properly identified, reported, investigated, and resolved
- Ensuring the company is compliant with local/country HR legislation
- Leading and/or contributing to other HR projects or initiatives as needed in conjunction with the Global HR team
- Tertiary level qualification in HR Management, Business Administration or similar
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in Human Resources, preferably as HR Business Partner or HR Generalist
- Sound understanding of core HR processes, concepts and principles
- Strong problem-solving skills: ability to make independent decisions, manage conflicting priorities
- Strong business / commercial understanding; enabling good judgment and participation and influencer in senior leadership decision-making activities.
- Passionate, employee advocate who wants to make a difference in the organisation by helping employees and people leaders succeed
- Approachable and responsive, able to connect and communicate with employees and leaders at all levels
- Supportive team player with a strong drive to create a positive work environment
- Applies solid judgment ensuring integrity, compliance & confidentiality
- Strong executioner with attention to detail
Why Little Green Pharma?
- We are a leading global medicinal cannabis company amassing ~20% of market share in Australia and continually leveraging international growth opportunities. Our products are prescribed to over 30,000 patients around the world.
- Be rewarded by a meaningful career working towards a clear vision; transforming the lives of patients globally.
- We have a strong R&D focus and ability to develop and commercialise new products.
- Our progressive workplace culture values inclusivity, innovation and collaboration.
- We are committed to the continual professional development of our employees.
COVID-19 Vaccination Status
In accordance with the current public health orders in Western Australia, the successful candidate must be able to provide a copy of their vaccination certificate or a medical exemption.
LGP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified applications regardless of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, age, religion or pregnancy. We are committed to supporting a workplace culture where diversity is valued.