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Human Resource Manager

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Rotary Athletics Field, Lane Cove North NSW 2066, Australia


Workplace Safety Officer

The Diamantina Shire, located in the channel country of central west Queensland is home to the famous Birdsville Races, the iconic Birdsville Hotel and vast outback landscapes. Working with us allows you to explore our wilderness areas and truly experience our renowned events only as locals can. Its an opportunity that you cant go past Applications are invited from experienced Workplace Safety Officers. We are looking for an experienced hands-on person with extensive experience in safety and risk management systems. You will need to be able to work across all levels within Council and have excellent communication and training skills. The position is based in Bedourie which is a small but vital town with fantastic modern facilities including 247 health services, schools, sporting facilities and twice weekly flights tofrom Brisbane and Mount Isa. A competitive remuneration package is offered (61,500 to 65,200 per annum depending on allowances and overtime) including above award wages and 6 weeks annual leave. A comfortable home is available in Bedourie with subsidised rent. Experienced applicants who are self-starters, team players and enjoy adventure are encouraged to apply. This is position is offered as a fulltime permanent position. The position description is available at Diamantina Shire Website or for more information please telephone Cassie White, Deputy Chief Executive Officer on (07) 4746 1600. Applications will close on 07 June 2018.

Queensland 4482, Australia


Human Resources Advisor

Why work for Progress Rail? Progress Rail Services Corporation, a Caterpillar company, is one of the largest integrated and diversified suppliers of railroad and transit system products and services worldwide. Since its acquisition by Caterpillar Inc. in 2006, Progress Rail has used the Caterpillar international footprint to gain quick and widespread notice and approval across the globe. Progress Rail has grown to over 600 employees in 5 states over the last few years and continues to grow. Product technology, reliability and durability, along with legendary aftermarket parts and service support, have been our keys to success In support of the HR Manager “ this position will have a day to day operational responsibility to provide HR advice and support to Progress Rail Sites across Southern NSW and Sydney metropolitan. Job tasks and responsibilities Provide line managers with advice and support in formulating people related objectives and practices directed towards achieving required business outcomes. Assist in the maintenance and review of workforce plans. Assist and support facility managers and line managers with regard to organisational change, including restructuring of employee resources and communicating change throughout the organisation. Ensure the on-boarding and induction process is effectively delivered in conjunction with site induction administrators, including outlining Progress Rail policies and procedures to new staff and collection of all relevant signed HR documentation. Monitor Industrial relations developments to prevent and settle disputes. Assist in facilitating negotiations with unions, industry groups and industrial authorities to determine agreements and minimise the possibility of industrial disputes. Assist in the co-ordination of the annual performance and development reviews. Co-ordinate the recruitment, selection and training of staff (taking account of the operating environment) to meet agreed business needs. Provide Human Resources support and guidance with regard to employee grievances and disciplinary matters. Ensure all Facility HR activities comply with relevant Acts, legal demands and ethical standards. Actively listen to and build positively on others ideas. Consult and communicate pro-actively. Display fairness, exhibit trust and foster real teamwork and sharing. Undertake formal and informal development opportunities for professional growth. Pro-actively seek and maintain collaborative working relationships with peers, management and customers to deliver results. Share information widely with others through verbal and written communication. Model high standard of behaviour for others through own actions. Assist in creating networks within the industry to share knowledge and leverage relationships to enhance the Progress Rail program design. Create and maintain strong relationships with employees, internal clients and other key stakeholders. Provide accurate and timely advice and support to employees surrounding human resources related policies and procedures. Skills and experience 5+ Years experience working within a HR or business environment. A track record of success in delivering HR related projects and initiatives Degree qualified in Human Resources or other relevant discipline Demonstrate initiative, a commitment to excellence, strong analytical and problem solving capabilities. Ability to communicate effectively with stakeholders at all levels, and to work within a team environment. Excellent written and oral communication skills, as well as highly developed interpersonal, coaching, negotiation and consultative skills. Intermediate MS office skills (Excel, PowerPoint and Word) Excellent knowledge and understanding of HR matters in a siteoperational environment. Understanding of NES, workplace relations legislation, employment contracts and general industrial relations requirements. Acute attention to details Must demonstrate the ability of effective time management and organisational skills Team player, a self-starter with a strong work ethic Ability to work under pressure achieve work deadlines Job benefits and perks Progress Rail prides its self in offering great training and development programs to give its employee the opportunity to enhance their qualification

Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia


Human Resource Manager Transmission

Bring your energy APA Group is one of Australia™s leading energy infrastructure businesses. As a part of the APA team, you™ll join a group of passionate professionals who work safely, and responsibly to deliver Australia™s energy. As one of Australia™s ASX top 50 organisations we offer career and personal development opportunities, work-life balance, discounts, incentives and wellbeing programs. Best of all, we are a bunch of great people to work with We now have an exciting opportunity available for a HR Manager to join our People, Safety Culture team in Brisbane on a full time permanent basis. Reporting to the Head of HR Partnering you will play a key role in partnering with our leaders whilst leading a small team of partners in the provision of HR support and advice enabling our business to offer improved services and solutions for our customers on a daily basis. Using your superior consulting skills you will be working closely with senior leaders to assist our business to make sustained enhancements to our culture, performance, capability and productivity. Your core responsibilities will include Act as the main conduit between the Division and People, Safety Culture function, ensuring business leaders, people managers and staff have access to best practice HR services and solutions that drive business results Work with Division senior leadership team as a trusted advisor with the ability to understand and influence the business strategy and goals and translate these into actionable business aligned people strategies Provide expert coaching and strategic advice to Division Leaders in relation to their operational business strategy and strategy implementation risks relating to people, culture and workplace relations applying change management principles and approaches where necessary to effect both continuous improvement and transformational change Lead, engage and manage the HR Business Partners including providing feedback and coaching on a regular basis, setting annual goalsKPIs and clear performance expectations, and proactively enhancing performance through development planning and active performance monitoring and management Represent the People, Safety Culture expertise and initiatives to leaders, managers and staff within the Division so that people understand and engage with People, Safety Culture products and services To excel in this position you will have the following skills, experience, qualifications and attributes Degree in HRM, Organisational Development, Behavioural Sciences, Business Administration or a related field Minimum 8 - 10 years™ experience in a HR Business Partnering HR Manager or related role Experience in leading the development and implementation of HR plans and programmes across a large group Strong stakeholder management skills, natural capabilities to build trusted relationships, ability to influence senior management and make strategic decisions Experience deploying effective HR services to remote and geographically distant locations Experience managing remote teams With a strong focus on achieving results, a collaborative working style and a values-based culture, APA offers you a career opportunity like no other If this sounds like a company and team that you™d like to be a part of we™d love to hear from you Submit your application (covering letter and CV) by pressing the œApply button below before the closing date of 16 June 2018. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia to be considered. APA Group is not accepting submissions from recruitment agencies for this role.

Queensland Performing Arts Centre, Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia


Change Manager

Change Manager required to lead significant change initiatives within high-profile projects at this top tier Financial Services organisation. Opportunity to join a dynamic, top tier Financial Services organisation in the CBD Pivotal and impactful role managing cultural, process and technology change initiatives Longer-term contract role - circa 900 to 1000 per day Working closely with multiple stakeholders you will communicate effectively to minimise change resistance and maximise stakeholder engagement. Utilising your exceptional influencing skills you will ensure stakeholders are fully prepared and willing to receive and embed change. This includes building a case for change, executing a change strategy, enabling and assessing readiness of the organisation and providing support, including the provision of any training. Key skills and experience As an experienced Change Manager you will demonstrate your ability to influence and embed change with mindfulness of the impact on an organisation and its people. You will have a proven background in delivering change within large, enterprise, Financial Services organisations and the following Relevant Tertiary qualification(s) in Business, HR andor Change Management certification “ ProsciCMI accreditation Proven Change Management experience within large, enterprise Financial Services organisations (essential) Experience of Change Management methodologies Ability to negotiate and influence at all levels with tact and diplomacy Confidence and the ability to handle difficult conversations and resistance to change Assertiveness and the ability to hit the ground running High levels of emotional intelligence, relationship-building and interpersonal skills Experience in training and workshop facilitation Exceptional communication and presentation skills This is an exciting and varied role that will be highly visible in this prestigious organisation. If you have the above experience please apply or send your resume to Zena Phillips at zenapfinite.com.au or call 02 8243 6821 for a confidential discussion.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


LPG Training & Competency Business Partner

Training solution design, development and delivery Identifying training needs and reviewing current material Part-time 8-month contract opportunity Location Melbourne, VIC or Brisbane, QLD Application close date 1st June 2018 Origin - Australias Leading Integrated Energy Company An integral part of Australia™s energy future, we explore, produce, generate and sell energy to power millions of Australian homes and businesses every day, keeping them going and growing. Origin is the largest energy retailer in Australia, and with 4.3 million customers we™re constantly evolving and changing to better suit their needs. Our activities include power generation, energy trading, the sale of LPG, electricity, natural gas and solar as well as the development of new and emerging technologies. Consider your possibilities with Australia™s leading integrated energy company. The Role This is a unique opportunity to join the LPG - HSE Energy Markets team. Reporting to the Senior LPG Training Competency Development Business Partner youll be responsible for Provide advice on workplace training assessment instructional design and reviewing re-brand existing material Conducting Needs Analysis to determine specific training requirements Design, develop, deliver and maintain identified training solutions Design and develop and or source learning and assessment solutions to complement client competency frameworks in line with the Origin Learning Development model Project manage rollout of client competency and training initiatives Is This You? An experienced Learning and Development professional with outstanding interpersonal and stakeholder management skills, it is expected that our successful candidate will demonstrate an ability to think outside the square to understand business needs and deliver robust, creative and innovative training solutions. It is expected you will have Tertiary andor VET qualifications in Learning DevelopmentAdult Education. You have experience in Designing and developing competency-based training strategies, policies, procedures and packages in a large organisation (Ideally) experience in developing eLearning materials using Articulate Storyline software Collaborating with and influencing people across an organisation Experience in developing material in line with corporate brand requirements Strong written and verbal communication skills Interpersonal, negotiation and relationship building skills Computer literacy We embrace the diversity of our people and flexible working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are encouraged to apply. Make an impact on Australias energy future If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently. For more information contact Cham Jayaweera via email cham.jayaweeraoriginenergy.com.au Job Requisition 64676

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Human Resources Manager

About the business Electro Optic Systems (EOS) is an ASX listed Australian technology company with leading positions in the application of advanced electro-optic technologies for the global Defence and Aerospace markets. With our headquarters in Canberra, and a growing global workforce, we are experiencing exponential growth and are placed to become Australias leading defence and aerospace exporter. About the role Due to significant growth across the organisation and the need for consistent and streamlined corporate management, we are looking for a highly qualified person to fill the new role of Human Resources Manager (HRM) who is operationally and strategically minded. Our new HRM will be a highly people-focused individual, with strong communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills, and one who can work across a broad range of specialities within the HR environment. We are a diverse workplace, operating in a unique environment where specialised skills are required and highly regarded. Our HRM will work closely with our Executive and Senior Managers to define, embed and drive a culture of engagement, collaboration and teamwork. Providing senior management support to the Chief Operating Officer, the HRM will take ownership of a range of critical functions commencing with but not limited to Develop and implement HR specific policies and procedures Manage recruitment and facilitate the on-boarding processes Performance management, dispute resolution and risk mitigation Define, embed and drive company culture Attract and retain staff and introduce reward and recognition programs Manage compliance based workplace training and management of online training resources Prepare reports for senior management Manage internal staff communications Maintain up-to-date staff records Ensure legal compliance with State, Federal and international HR requirements This permanent role is a senior management position offering competitive remuneration circa 130,000 plus statutory superannuation. Given our continued strong growth EOS offers excellent career development pathway opportunities to further develop this role to an executive level position. How to Apply If you think you have what it takes to grow this exciting new role please forward your CV, and a covering letter outlining your experience and why you are the right fit for our organisation, to Marguerite Wilson at mwilsoneos-aus.com. Or call Marguerite on (02) 6222 7902 for further information. Applications close at midnight on Monday 11 June 2018, and only short-listed applicants will be contacted. Skills and experience Tertiary degree in Human Resources 10+ years senior manager experience working in a global corporate environment Ability to identify strategic and operational issues Capacity to provide expertise across a range of HR and organisational change programs Experience working within a secure environment and an understanding of ITAR requirements specific to HR Certificate in Workplace Training and Assessment would be advantageous

Tharwa ACT 2620, Australia


L&D Coordinator

WHAT WE DO Ampcontrol delivers integrated electrical, electronic and control solutions to improve safety and efficiency in mining, renewable, infrastructure and industrial applications. What sets us apart is our ability to engineer unique solutions that deliver on both performance and reliability. To achieve this, we work in partnership with our customers, lending our electrical engineering expertise to their operational challenges. From the most complex electrical infrastructure to the most hazardous industrial environments, we engineer solutions which focus on whole of life optimisation. THE OPPORTUNITY Due to an increased focus on developing our people our Learning and Development (LD) function is expanding, as a result we have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and positive individual that will thrive on the challenge of supporting the development of our employees. Based at our Tomago head office, reporting to our LD Specialist, you will be a key part of the Ampcontrol People team that provides HRIR, Recruitment and LD support to the broader business. WHAT YOU™LL DO You will be central to the administration and coordination of a range of formative programs including graduates, apprentices, trainees, internships and work experience as well as the coordination of varied training coursesprograms. You will have responsibility for a diverse range of functions such as Coordinating and administering training coursesprograms Coordinating, compiling and maintaining training records and reports Management of training systems (calendar and LMS) Coordination of our formative programs Creating online learning content and training packages Assisting with the creation and update of LD templates, tools and systems Key challenges of this role will include Development and maintenance of the graduate, apprentice and trainee programs Coordinating and administering solutions that meet the businesses needs Identifying, coordinating and facilitating key training initiatives Achieving all the above in a fast moving environment In addition, if you have an interest in broader HR elements we can support your further exposure and development in this field. WHAT WE™RE LOOKING FOR Your drive to get hands on and support learning pathways in a fast-paced electrical projects, design and manufacturing environment will be complemented by the following A genuine interest in supporting the development of our people Being highly customer oriented and solutions focused Well-developed administrative and computer skills (MS suiteLMS packages) Possess an interest in the development of competency requirements in job profiles, training plans and training packages A willingness to learn about the national training system, classifications, competencies and learning practices EDUCATION Diploma (or higher) qualifications in HR, OD, Business Admin or similar Cert IV in Training Assessment - advantageous

Hunter Pl, Beresfield NSW 2322, Australia


Safety System Administrator

About The Role An exciting opportunity for an Administrator has become available in the Group Safety Team. If you are passionate about people and excited to have a positive impact on the lives of our 202,000 team members and millions of customers - this may be the role for you. In this role you will Be the subject matter expert for the Incident Management System and be responsible for the day to day management of the system Ensure that the system is available, working correctly, and interfaces with upstream systems. This will be achieved by monitoring the system and operating a ˜helpdesk™ role, that resolves queries escalated by business units Support upport the Group Safety Health Senior Business Analyst in developing and communicating monthly and quarterly performance reports and supporting other systems as required Analyse user feedback and use it to inform minor improvements to the incident management system About You WOW people are great people. Whether we™re learning new things, seizing the initiative, or winning together our customers are at the heart of everything we do. If you™re the sort of individual who takes accountability and strives to always do the right thing for each other, our communities, our customers, and our business then we ought to connect. To be successful in this role you will Have excellent stakeholder management and customer engagement skills Have an understanding of principles of IT systems Have experience and working knowledge of the Pulse Safety Incident Management System or similar Have an ability to multi-task, manage and prioritise own activities Be able to document, analyse and verbally communicate user and stakeholder requirements Have excellent writing skills, including the ability to write concise and accurate communications Be able to act as a system administrator for applications, maintain and document processes Have a solid working background with a commitment to your career (Retail or other service sector preferred) Be able to work under pressure About Us Woolworths Group Limited is a proud, home-grown Australian business, employer of more than 200,000 people and committed business partner of many thousand local farmers, producers and manufacturers. The Group manages some of Australia™s most recognized and trusted brands including Woolworths, Caltex Woolworths, Dan Murphy™s, BWS, Cellarmasters, Big W, Countdown and ALH. We value diversity and aim to create a vibrant and inclusive workforce which is reflective of the communities in which we operate. Want to connect? We™re social - connect with us at WOWcareers through LinkedIn LI, Facebook or Instagram.

Windsor Rd, Winston Hills NSW 2153, Australia


Technology Trainer

About Ashurst Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and commitment to providing exceptional standards of service have seen us become a trusted adviser to local and global corporates, financial institutions and governments in all areas of commercial law. To find out more please visit here link removed. The Opportunity Our Learning Development team is looking for an experienced Technology Trainer to join our APAC team based in Melbourne. This role will provide comprehensive technology training and support to partners, legal staff, secretarial and support staff in all offices across APAC. It will be responsible for developing and maintaining quality training materials A full job description including a breakdown of responsibilities can be found attached to the role on our careers page httpcareers.ashurst.comexa Essential Skills and Experience 3+ years experience in an IT trainingdocumentation role Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Experience and knowledge of Practice Management Systems (ideally Elite 3e), Document Management Systems (ideally WorkSite) and Client Relationship Management systems Proven track record of delivering MS Office 2010 to an advanced level Ability to design and create training materials with an understanding of instructional design and best practice Experience in designing and administering competency based training and assessment Design and create professional e-learning courses Have a good understanding and knowledge of Articulate 360 Knowledge of learning methodologies and learning styles Experience of training needs analysis and evaluation methods Experienced in and able to deliver in a variety of training styles including instructor led, 1-2-1 coaching, remote training and webinars Have the credibility, presence and presentation skills to influence at all levels Ability to maintain focus under pressure and to work to deadlines whilst continuing to pay attention to detail Ability to build effective team relationships Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent time management, organisation and prioritisation skills Exceptional customer service and analytical skills Willingness and ability to work from interstate and international offices as required At Ashurst, youll have the opportunity to work in an environment that encourages learning and excellence with a highly professional global team. You will also have a range of social, sporting and health benefits available to you.

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Learning Consultant - Sydney

About Us At Bankwest we are transforming the way we deliver learning solutions so that we can help our colleagues deliver amazing customer experiences that matter. To meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world, requires significantly different capabilities and higher levels of proficiency from our colleagues. The Capability Development team is key to enabling Bankwest to meet its business challenges both now and in the future. We have new opportunities that can either be Perth or Sydney based. The Learning Consultant will be a learning professional who can collaborate effectively with key stakeholders to deliver effective and meaningful solutions. The role supports Learning Managers and Learning Principals to plan and execute high quality learning experiences. This is your chance to put your stamp on our Learning Transformation journey. If youre forward-thinking, creative, innovative and this role speaks to you then apply today. Your key responsibilities will also include Work with the Learning Managers and the Business to define learning needs of specified teams Create relevant learning experiences with SMEs, applying adult learning principles and a wide range of blended delivery methods (e.g. face to face, virtual reality, social, web conferencing, eLearning, etc.) Take ownership of assigned development experiences and ensure the quality of learning outcomes Work with SMEs andor External Vendors in the design and delivery of learning Facilitate new and existing learning initiatives for colleagues using a wide variety of techniques What you will bring to the team Experience in the needs identification, planning and execution of workplace learning A strength of facilitation using a variety of techniques Ability to show initiative and role model contribution to wider team deliverables Desirable Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Financial Services background Whats on offer We promote flexibility to balance your work and home life and ensure you achieve your career goals and personal needs. Making a difference in the community is important to Bankwest and colleagues have the opportunity to volunteer two days per year for a cause that matters to them. The successful applicant will enjoy an attractive salary package plus bonus in conjunction with the opportunity to access a range of market leading employee benefits.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Learning Principal- Perth or Sydney based

About Us At Bankwest we are transforming the way we deliver learning solutions so that we can help our colleagues deliver amazing customer experiences that matter. To meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world, requires significantly different capabilities and higher levels of proficiency from our colleagues. The Capability Development team is key to enabling Bankwest to meet its business challenges both now and in the future. Based in either Perth or Sydney , the Learning Principal will partner effectively with key stakeholders, providing them with the insight and learning expertise to deliver the future workforce needs. The role works with Learning Managers and Subject Matter Experts across the full development cycle to ensure high quality learning has a truly positive impact on the experience our colleagues provide customers. Â As well as ownership of large scale programs and initiatives the Learning Principal will be expected to act as mentor and coach to colleagues across the business. This is your chance to significantly contribute to the future of Bankwest. If youre commercial, innovative, ambitious and this role speaks to you then apply today. Your key responsibilities will also include Partnering with Business Leaders to define learning needs and business outcomes across all functions within Bankwest Create relevant individual and team development solutions with SMEs, applying adult learning principles and a wide range of blended delivery methods (e.g. face to face, virtual reality, social, web conferencing, eLearning, etc.) Take ownership and ensure quality of the end to end learning experience for all assigned portfolios Manage SMEs andor External Vendors in the design and delivery of learning Facilitate new and existing learning initiatives for colleagues and leaders experimenting with variety of innovative techniques Mentor, coach and assist Leaders in relation to learning and development of their people What you bring to the team Expertise in the needs identification, planning and execution of contemporary workplace learning Ability to consult with and influence decision makers in a complex, changing environment Experience coaching and mentoring Proven technical leadership Desirable Experience shaping learning in a transforming business Accreditations in diagnostics, learning andor coaching Whats on offer We promote flexibility to balance your work and home life and ensure you achieve your career goals and personal needs. Making a difference in the community is important to Bankwest and colleagues have the opportunity to volunteer two days per year for a cause that matters to them. The successful applicant will enjoy an attractive salary package plus bonus in conjunction with the opportunity to access a range of market leading employee benefits.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Learning Consultant

About Us At Bankwest we are transforming the way we deliver learning solutions so that we can help our colleagues deliver amazing customer experiences that matter. To meet the challenges of a rapidly changing world, requires significantly different capabilities and higher levels of proficiency from our colleagues. The Capability Development team is key to enabling Bankwest to meet its business challenges both now and in the future. We have new opportunities that can either be Perth or Sydney based. The Learning Consultant will be a learning professional who can collaborate effectively with key stakeholders to deliver effective and meaningful solutions. The role supports Learning Managers and Learning Principals to plan and execute high quality learning experiences. This is your chance to put your stamp on our Learning Transformation journey. If youre forward-thinking, creative, innovative and this role speaks to you then apply today. Your key responsibilities will also include Work with the Learning Managers and the Business to define learning needs of specified teams Create relevant learning experiences with SMEs, applying adult learning principles and a wide range of blended delivery methods (e.g. face to face, virtual reality, social, web conferencing, eLearning, etc.) Take ownership of assigned development experiences and ensure the quality of learning outcomes Work with SMEs andor External Vendors in the design and delivery of learning Facilitate new and existing learning initiatives for colleagues using a wide variety of techniques What you will bring to the team Experience in the needs identification, planning and execution of workplace learning A strength of facilitation using a variety of techniques Ability to show initiative and role model contribution to wider team deliverables Desirable Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Financial Services background Whats on offer We promote flexibility to balance your work and home life and ensure you achieve your career goals and personal needs. Making a difference in the community is important to Bankwest and colleagues have the opportunity to volunteer two days per year for a cause that matters to them. The successful applicant will enjoy an attractive salary package plus bonus in conjunction with the opportunity to access a range of market leading employee benefits.

Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Recruitment Consultant- Development

Are you ready to join a high performing desk of 500k plus? Do you want to be a part of a dynamic, exciting and supportive team? The Low Down Are you a lively and curious DevelopmentDigital recruiter looking for an opportunity as incredible as you are? Well, youve come to the right place Precision Sourcing is a top recruitment business - and right now were on the hunt for an extraordinary recruiter to join our Development Recruitment team. Be warned¦.this opportunity can seriously transform your life Intrigued? Well what are you waiting for? Read on to find out more¦. Who are we? We are a great technology data recruitment business. Our talented, knowledgeable and highly specialised recruiters continuously strive to understand both candidates and clients, with the purpose of Helping Talent Achieve. We promote fun, innovation and collaboration The Gig We are offering a lucky Digital Recruitment professional the opportunity to advance their career in the world of recruiting. We offer a warm desk with a portfolio of high profile clients to ensure your future as a recruiting star. We™ll train you on a heap of exciting stuff to make you an even better modern recruiter, including Social Media -How to become the most well known expert within the Development market Flexibility - Early Friday finishes, manage your own day Training - Continual Development and training. Professional and personal Incentives - Monthly Incentives, Paid for Trips away, Melbourne Cup Christmas events Commission - Events- Curate innovative events to propel your brand Career Development- How to plan, set goals for your personal life and a pathway to achieve them using Precision as a vehicle Stuff You™ll Need A degree in CommunicationsBusiness or relevant field A desire for sales, sales targets and the trappings it brings 6 months experience as a Development recruiter Fantastic people and interpersonal skills Ability to dream big Confident, Articulate and Enthusiastic What is in it for you? Realistic OTE 120,000 in first year... expect this to grow with time A brilliant career path which can include leadership A tailored training program, adapted to you and your learning A fantastic incentive package which includes overseas trips, birthday, monthly team incentives, weekly personal training and more Want to find out more? Apply using the link and we™ll be in touch soon. Contact Jaden on 0421932483 if you have any questions.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Safety Wellbeing Co-ordinator

The Glen Cameron Group is a well-known and respected Transport and Logistics business with over 40 years of success in the industry. The Company is inclusive and recognised as an Employer of choice. We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a dynamic and passionate Safety and Wellbeing Co-ordinator to join our friendly operations team in a fast paced and agile environment located at our Gepps Cross depot. This role will be reporting to the Group Manager of Health, Safety Wellbeing where you will be an integral part of the broader national safety team and support the SA operations teams across multiple metropolitan sites. Key Accountabilities of the position are, but not limited to Champion our Drive to ZERO safety leadership journey to achieve a best practice safety culture. Co-ordinate day to day safety management systems requirements related to inductions, risks and hazards and safety documentation. Incident reporting and investigation Safety toolbox meetings KPI reporting Chain of Responsibility requirements Advice and issue resolution on all Australian WHS regulatory matters. Key skills and requirements Transport Health and Safety knowledge an advantage Tertiary level qualifications in WHS (OHS, minimum Diploma level) Able to coach in safety leadership and culture on improved safety performance Strong attention to detail and meeting deadlines Self-starter, able to work autonomously Ability to communicate to all levels Current Drivers Licence Willingness to travel locally In return, we offer you a very competitive salary package, training and career development opportunities based on experience. This is an opportunity not to be missed with ongoing career development and progression. If you think you have the right skills for this position then please submit your application here or alternatively email your cover letter and CV addressing the above criteria to careerscamerons.com.au.

Dry Creek SA, Australia


National Organisational Capability Manager

At Kmart, we are where families come first for the lowest prices on everyday items and our vision is to make everyday living brighter for all our customers, every time and everywhere they shop with us. As Australia™s brightest retail star, we have experienced strong success in recent times and have bold plans to significantly expand our business and deliver our vision through new store openings, growth of our online business and expansion into new markets, it™s an exciting time to be part of the Kmart team. Critical to our operations and growth is the role of National Organisational Capability Manager. Based at our National Office in Mulgrave and reporting to the General Manager of Human Resources this opportunity is now available for a senior, transformational leader who excels at driving business capability and cultural change across a large and complex organisation. The Role In this high impact, strategic position you will be responsible for building leadership capability, accountable for our learning and development program, lead team member engagement and cultural interventions, develop and execute our talent management strategy as well as our diversity and inclusion initiatives enterprise wide to deliver our Kmart strategy, consistent with our values and desired culture. With a strong focus on strategy change and execution, you will be leading and managing a large team responsible for the development and delivery of a range of organisational and learning capability strategies, frameworks, models, tools, programs and projects. Key areas include Develop and implement the organisational capability, leadership development, talent management and diversity strategy for Kmart and deliver an organisational capability framework for our team members, leaders and key talent across the Kmart group. Lead and drive Kmart culture enhancement strategies and engagement programs and drive strategic output and action plans from activity diagnostics, including engagement surveys to support and sustainably build our desired organisational culture. Design, develop and implement with key operational stakeholders the LD strategy and leadership frameworks across stores, distribution centres and national office. Engage with senior leaders and HR Partners to support processes for workforce planning, talent and succession management and change management. About You As a highly capable, senior organisational capability professional you will have demonstrated experience in the design and delivery of a range of innovative strategies, frameworks and initiatives across LD, leadership, talent, DI and cultural change. With a continuous improvement mindset, you will have proven outcomes that have driven high performance, engagement and positive transformation. Having worked in large, fast-paced organisations you will be both highly strategic and capable of hands on execution in a practical and pragmatic manner. With the ability to integrate strategy at scale you can make the complex simple and cost effective. You will excel at senior stakeholder management, communicate with influence and effect change whilst being an engaging presenter and facilitator. You will be a motivating and inspiring leader who excels at building their own team™s capability and maximising performance with experience leading large teams. About Kmart As the National Organisational Capability Manager, you will have the opportunity to contribute strongly to the overall direction and achievements of Kmart. You will be joining a dynamic business with a clear strategy, vision and purpose and be part of a HR Leadership team who are committed to the successful delivery of our people plan. Our values “ Think Customer, Take Care, Live Integrity, Grow Together and Reach Higher will resonate with you deeply and you™ll enjoy being part of a growing, iconic business with an empowering culture that is non-hierarchical, flexible, diverse and inclusive. You will be afforded autonomy and accountability in your role and have access to development opportunities across both Kmart and the Wesfarmers Group, competitive remuneration, an uncapped bonus scheme and access to Wesfarmers employee share plan and benefits program. To apply please upload your resume and complete the online application form. At Kmart we aim to ensure our teams reflect the diversity of the communities in which we operate.

Waverley Park Dr, Mulgrave VIC 3170, Australia


Employment Relations Specialist

Do you want to have fun at work, in a job that guarantees something new everyday? Do you want to work in a contemporary office with vibrant and engaged colleagues? If youre an employment relations or HR practitioner whos answered yes to the above, then this may be the job for you CCER is a unique organisation with responsibility for advising Catholic employers on a broad range of employment relations, employment law and human resource matters. CCER is looking for an experienced employment relations or HR practitioner to join its team of specialists. This role is responsible for providing a range of services including advice to members on a broad range of HR and IR issues, enterprise agreement negotiations and delivering training on workplace issues. You will be an integral part of a small, dedicated team of energetic and driven professionals at our offices in the heart of Sydney CBD. Applicants must have Relevant tertiary qualifications andor demonstrable experience in providing advice in the field of human resources or employment and industrial relations Expert knowledge of principles and practices of human resource management Well developed written and verbal communication, interpersonal and time management skills Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively Be willing to travel to and work from our clients offices as required Initiative, drive and enthusiasm If you want to work for an organisation that has a broad client group provides variety and exposure to all areas of ER HR - no two days are the same promotes a highly collaborative working environment provides an activity-based workspace offers a remuneration package commensurate with experience promotes continuing professional development offers a friendly and supportive working environment and you fit the requirements identified above, then we would welcome an application from you. To apply please forward a covering letter and your resume to jobsccer.catholic.org.au Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


HR System Administrator

Part Time (0.58 FTE) Fixed Term Position until 30 June 2019 Barwon Child, Youth Family (BCYF) is an independent, not-for-profit community service organisation that provides, delivers and develops services, where the need exists, that advance the rights and well-being of children, young people and their families. BCYF has a breadth of services ranging from prevention and early intervention, to complex care, which are delivered via a significant client services platform. BCYF is also the parent company of its subsidiary BAYSA, a registered housing provider of a range of accommodation and community support programs. Governed by a Board of Directors and supported by an experienced leadership team, BCYF employs more than 300 staff and is committed to achieving its strategic priorities of service excellence, social impact and organisational sustainability. About the Role This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Administrator, preferably with demonstrated experience in the implementation of a Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Reporting to the Human Resources Coordinator, this newly created position is a fixed term contract role until 30 June 2019, to facilitate the phase 1 implementation of a HRIS that will support BCYF in the management of our recruitment and onboarding processes. The key objectives of this role are Support the configuration and implementation of the HRIS (ConnX). Lead the creation and continuous improvement of HR processes and workflows. Ensure adequate training, support and communication is provided to end users on systems and processes as required. About You To be successful in the role you will have Extensive experience in an administrative focused role, preferably in the development and implementation of a new system. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to build and foster positive stakeholder relationships. Knowledge and understanding of system processes and workflows “ preferably in relation to recruitment, onboarding, learning management and performance management or similar. Previous experience in developing and delivering training for end users. Demonstrated ability to plan and prioritise workload. Understanding of the purpose and expectations of the Victorian Child Safe Standards and demonstrated commitment to contributing to a child safe organisation in both practice and culture. The Application Process You must address the Key Selection Criteria to be considered for this position. You will find the Position Description and the Application Process in the Work for Us section of our website www.bcyf.org.au BCYF is committed to providing a safe and friendly environment for children and young people. BCYF is an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities or applicants with a lived experience of disability to apply. Reasonable adjustments will be made for people with disabilities where operationally viable. Applications close 500pm on 5th June 2018 (VID No. 1800379)

Geelong VIC 3220, Australia


HR Coordinator

This global company manufactures and supplies equipment for the food, chemical and industrial industries. They are seeking an HR Coordinator to join the team to manage the HR function for their Australian and New Zealand offices. Reporting to the Region Director and with support from the Global HR team, you will carry responsibility for all HR services, policies and programs across Australia and New Zealand. You will be responsible for Managing employee relations and communications Ensuring professional recruitment, selection and induction processes are adopted Assisting with performance review processes Implementing, training and running HR processes and programs Ensuring an effective and proactive HR service is provided to all employees Managing, implementing and coordinating office safety processes and Workers Compensation Fostering and managing employee engagement Shaping and developing a professional HR environment across the region To be successful in this role you will have A tertiary qualification in HR or Business Administration Experience working in an HR generalist role with functional knowledge of HR best practices Knowledge of the labor and employment laws and regulations across Australia and New Zealand Experience working with SAP or similar HR IT tools A current passport is required for this position as some overseas travel is required. If this sounds like you, apply now or email Caroline Arnoul for more information on carolinedigecom.com.au

Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


HR Advisor

About CITIC Pacific Mining (CPM) CPM is the company behind Sino Iron, already Australia™s largest magnetite operation, located on Western Australia™s Pilbara coast, south of Karratha. We™re spearheading a new downstream processing industry for the nation, transforming magnetite iron ore into a high-grade, premium export product. Sino Iron is a fully integrated operation “ featuring a mine serviced by the biggest haul trucks in the world, a six-line concentrator and port terminal facilities at nearby Cape Preston. Our state-of-the-art power station and desalination plant are among the largest in the State. We™re looking for people at the top of their game, who want to become part of Western Australia™s iron ore future. The opportunity We™re seeking a driven HR Advisor to support our site based Human Resources team. In this role you™ll be responsible for Provision of day to day HR advice, guidance and support to onsite management and employees. Interpretation and application of HR policies, procedures and relevant legislation. Assist with the identification, developmentupdate and implementation of HR policy and procedures. Provide advice and support on remuneration procedures. Provide advice, coaching and support to line managers on performance management counselling and disciplinary action. Provide guidance on employee relations issues, EEO matters and bullying and, where required, participate in lead investigations. Assist line managers in maintaining employee and position data. Conduct separation interviews for onsite staff Assistance in and delivery of scheduled HR activities i.e. annual performance reviews, annual remuneration reviews, headcount planning. We are seeking a resilient HR professional with solid HR generalist experience (minimum 5 years) and a relevant tertiary qualification who enjoys working autonomously and has the ability to adapt to the changing needs of a new and growing business. A good knowledge and understanding of employment legislation is an essential requirement. You will have excellent communicationinterpersonal skills with a proven ability to build strong relationships at all levels and the ability to operate in both a team environment and independently. You will also be highly organised, with strong analytical and interpretative skills and have worked extensively with an industry standard HRIS (preferably SAP). Experience in a FIFO role in the resources (or similar) sector is desirable. What we offer The chance to work at an innovative, world-class project Competitive salary A home-away-from-home environment Career progression and training To apply Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately. We reserve the right to close the position earlier than stated Please note it is a requirement that all internal applicants advise their immediate line manager of their application. Candidates represented by agencies will not be considered for this position. As an employee of CPM you™ll be part of a culturally and gender diverse organisation, committed to providing equal opportunities for all staff. To learn more about Sino Iron, please visit www.citicpacificmining.com and www.betterpartnerships.com.au.

Western Australia 6714, Australia